Alien life – humankind has been searching for life beyond our own planet Earth ever since we first looked up to the stars. Researchers just published a study that says aliens may be trying to contact us, and now a new $100 million, multi-year study will focus on Tabby’s star and the intriguing anomalies that some speculate may be signs of alien technology.
Shae Dupuy is aiming to take on the country music scene with a view to climbing to the top, and she’s got what it takes to get there — a great voice, fresh songwriting skills, and Instagram-friendly looks don’t hurt her case either.
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It takes a certain kind of personality to be a true drug lord. Surely, it’s all about the money and the rivers of cash that flow into the pockets of major drug kingpins every single day. Yet, it’s also about having a certain kind of outsized personality, one that combines a hyper-entrepreneurial spirit with a dictatorial edge. It’s about power, money, control, and living outside the edges of straight society. A drug lord has to be able to manage hundreds of henchmen and minions, control inventory everyone wants to steal, and a cash flow that has no paper trail, along with fighting off rival entrepreneurs that may emerge from any angle, to the death if necessary. In other words, it’s not so easy to be a drug lord.
Fans can hardly wait for “Stranger Things“ season two, the follow-up to this summer’s surprise break out #Netflix hit. Series creator Matt Duffer (along with brother Ross) says that season two will be more like a sequel than a typical second season TV show,; in an interview on Moviefone, Matt Duffer said that S2 would be “a little bit different…a little bit darker.”
#Superman is a fascist and #Batman a resistance leader in the “Injustice: Gods Among Us” story line, one that came to an end in typical action packed fashion with the release of the last issue in the comic book series. Released October 19, 2016, DC Comics “Injustice: Gods Among Us Year Five #20” was written by Brian Buccellato, with illustrations by Mike S. Miller, and cover art by David Yardin.
Dubai is a paradise of man-made wonders in the desert filled with glittering ultra-modern architecture, luxury shopping, and a nightlife scene that legends are made of. From the shimmering skyscrapers that create its unique skyline to the Dubai Fountain, whose sparkling water show is choreographed to music, everything seems designed to blow the mind and dazzle the senses. Citizens are outnumbered by foreigners in this cosmopolitan oasis by six to one. Throughout the globe, Dubai is known as a one of a kind destination for travelers, along with the cultural and financial center of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). It’s located on the coast of the Arabian Peninsula and was first settled around 1833 by the Bani Yas tribe, led by the Al Maktoum Family who still rule the city today. Dubai’s growth spurt is relatively recent, however, which is why everything in the sparkling city seems so shiny and new.
I’ve seen the memes, and celebrities are getting in on the trend, which means it has truly arrived. Just the other day, Charlize Theron made headlines for it, and now that Beyoncé is on board, I think we have the makings of a revolution — the braless revolution. Finally!
Since its launch in 1977, the Star Wars movies have gone on to become one of the most popular and lucrative film franchises in history. While the movies have grossed over $30 billion, they’ve also been undeniably expensive and challenging to produce, particularly the original three films made in the 1970s and early 1980s, which are now dubbed Episodes IV to VI. In contrast with the prequel, Star Wars Episodes I to III, and the next-gen, Episode VII, the original Trilogy represents filmmaking of a different era, a time when CGI was in its infancy and the special effects techniques were not nearly as advanced as they are today. It meant the difference between the victory by Ewok of Return of the Jedi vs. the CGI-heavy epic battle and fallout of the same between Anakin/Darth Vader and Obi-Wan on the volcanic planet, Mustafar, of Episode III.
#Marvel is adding magic to the superhero mix with the release of “Doctor Strange” on November 4 in the U.S. and October 25 in the U.K. Audiences have already seen superhuman strength (“The Hulk”), genius scientific abilities (“Iron Man”), and even semi-godlike powers (“Thor”), but early reviews and sneak peeks hint that “Doctor Strange” adds a whole new dimension to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Musicians are showered with money, fame, media attention, and fawning fans, and often at a relatively early age. The big surprise may not be why there seem to be so many douchebags in the music business, but why there aren’t much more. Add the virtually unlimited access to booze and mind-altering substances that kind of money can buy, and it’s a recipe for unsociable behavior from temper tantrums to abusing the help to serious criminal charges. The money and the spotlight can make the elements that would normally result in minor character flaws escalate into full blown dysfunctional behavior. That annoying sense of entitlement becomes a nightmare of diva-like demands. The common office bore becomes a figure with a world stage on which to spew their ill-conceived views and opinions. There’s no one around and no reason apparent to put on the brakes when rich, spoiled pop stars get used to having it all their way.