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June 20, 2012

dredd small Take a Sneak Peak at the First Footage From DreddThe full trailer set to debut online tomorrow, Machinima has the very first footage from the “2000 A.D” adaptation Dredd, which you can check out in the video below (head to 2m40s to check it out).

Dredd takes us to the wild streets of Mega City One, the lone oasis of quasi-civilization on Cursed Earth. Judge Dredd (Karl Urban) is the most

Jessica Biel Is Going to Climb on Mt. Everest

After having climbed to the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro (Africa’ a highest peak), Jessica is all set to do something bigger i.e. climbing to the top of Everest.
She is planning to trek to the Mount Everest base camp. This is a kind of next goal, she declared this in 13th Annual EIF Revlon Run/Walk for Women in [...] Continue reading Jessica Biel Is Going to Climb on Mt. Everest

b26147 260x195 From Alice to Addams Family, Tim Burton decides on his next 3D venture (PHOTOS/VIDEO)

After reaching a career peak with the massive success of 'Alice in Wonderland,' director Tim Burton is bringing another spooky, ooky creation to the screen. Snap your fingers and welcome the return of 'The Addams Family' in 3D animated form.

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SkyTag offers $12.5 mil to Save the Peak

o30383 260x195 SkyTag offers $12.5 mil to Save the Peak

SkyTag, the innovator of large scale Supermurals, will donate $12.5 million to purchase the 138 acres of land surrounding the Hollywood sign, also known as Cahuenga Peak. SkyTag's offer gives the City of Los Angeles the funds needed to protect the landscape of the Peak from real estate development.

On Feb. 11, 2010, national land conservancy the Trust for Public Land (TPL) and councilmember Tom LaBonge launched a massive public fundraising campaign to purchase Cahuenga Peak and prevent real estate development on the land in close proximity to the sign. The Hollywood sign was covered with a 400-ft. supergraphic that read: 'Save the Peak.' Approximately $1 million was raised from that campaign.

TPL needed to raise the full amount of $12.5 million by April 14.

In the last month, Hollywood heavyweights have pitched in, raising a total of $9.45 mil. Supporters include AMPAS, CBS Corporation, The Entertainment Industry Foundation, Kathleen Kennedy and Frank Marshall, the Lucasfilm Foundation, NBC Universal, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Steven Spielberg, Twentieth Century Fox, Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. and Time Warner Inc., the Walt Disney Company Foundation, Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson and Norman Lear.

http://www.variety.com/article/VR1118016386.html?categoryid=13&cs=1