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Sonic and the Black Knight – HD – Part 8 – [Titanic Plain 02 - Deep Woods 02]

www.gameanyone.com Captured by Cyberman65 Starting to get farther into the game. This part mostly contains more missions. You also see another cutscene in the beginning Missions: Give the townspeople 100 rings Reach to the goal System: Nintendo Wii Enjoy!
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Titanic 3D Trailer Official 2012 [HD] – Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet

bit.ly – Click to Subscribe! Facebook.com – Become a Fan! Twitter.com – Follow Us! Titanic 3D hits theaters on April 6th, 2012. Cast: Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet, Billy Zane, Kathy Bates, Frances Fisher, Gloria Stuart, Bill Paxton, Bernard Hill, David Warner, Victor Garber, Jonathan Hyde, Suzy Amis, Lewis Abernathy, Nicholas Cascone 84 years later… Continue reading Titanic 3D Trailer Official 2012 [HD] - Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet

Moviefone’s New Release Pick of the Week“Snow White and the Huntsman”What’s It About? In a mini-twist on the classic “Snow White” fairy tale, the fairest of them all is pursued by the evil Queen, who’s possessed by jealousy over the young woman’s beauty.

See It Because: Besides the beautiful cinematography (which it’s worth seeing for alone), it was a treat to watch Kristen Stewart in a non-”Twilight” role. Also, Charlize… Continue reading New DVD Blu-Ray: 'Snow White & The Huntsman,' 'Titanic 3D'

When it comes to “Titanic,” Kate Winslet — try as she has to “suppress a massive eye roll” — will go on and on.

To celebrate the Blu-Ray release of “Titanic 3D,” Paramount has unearthed Winslet’s screen test from the 1997 blockbuster. But, Leonardo DiCaprio fans may be a hugely disappointed: Rose is reading lines with another Jack. The actor starring opposite Rose Dewitt Bukater is Jeremy Sisto, who plays… Continue reading Kate Winslet 'Titanic' Screen Test: Rose Dewitt Bukater Is Rolling With The Homies (VIDEO)

For “Titanic” fanatics, reliving the biggest cry-fest of your adolescence was kind of a dream come true. But when the film rolled out 14 years later — and in stunning 3D — something was a little off.

Hardly anyone blinked when the 1997 juggernaut raked in another chunk of change. What was new, however, was Kate Winslet, the film’s heroine, sharing her very candid, eye-rolling, vomit inducing-feelings the second time around.

So… Continue reading James Cameron On Kate Winslet's 'Titanic' Comments: 'Get Over It'