Home | Advertising Info87 USERS CURRENTLY ONLINE   
PowerASP
   Site Search Contact Us Sunday, October 22, 2017  




NFL Edits Out Explicit Stones Lyrics (AP)
Mick Jagger performs with the Rolling Stones at halftime of the Super Bowl XL football game Sunday, Feb. 5, 2006, in Detroit. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)AP - They may not have flashed any body parts — except for Mick Jagger's well-toned stomach — but the Rolling Stones made ABC glad editors were on duty for the Super Bowl halftime show.


]]>


Cartoonish Violence Rules Super Bowl Ads (AP)
Seattle Seahawks football fans packed into 'Sluggers,' a sports bar in Seattle across the street from Qwest Field, where the Seahawks play their home games, cheer Sunday, Feb. 5, 2006 as the Seahawks score a field goal in the first half of the Super Bowl against the Pittsburgh Steelers. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)AP - Cartoonish violence ruled the day at the annual knockdown competition among advertisers Sunday, as Bud Light, Diet Pepsi, Michelob and Sprint all used physical gags to hawk their wares at the Super Bowl, the most-watched television broadcast of the year.


]]>


Rhymes' Bodyguard Dies Outside Video Shoot (AP)
AP - A star-studded music video shoot was interrupted by gunfire that killed a bodyguard for rapper Busta Rhymes, police said.

'When a Stranger Calls' Scares Up $22M (AP)
While babysitting, a high school student (Camilla Belle) is terrorized by someone who calls her in 'When a Stranger Calls.'  (AP/Screen Gems)AP - Horror fans remained on the line for "When a Stranger Calls," a remake of the scary movie about a terrorized baby sitter that debuted at No. 1 with $22 million over the typically sluggish Super Bowl weekend.


]]>


Networks' iTunes gamble paying off (Reuters)
Actor Steve Carell (L) and actress Jenna Fischer of the NBC television network series 'The Office' answer questions from television critics in Beverly Hills in this July 24, 2005 file photo. 'The Office' is often at the top of the iTunes download chart for full-length TV programs. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Television networks took a leap into the unknown when they started selling their shows on Apple's iTunes online store, but even in these early days, it's starting to look as if that faith in digital downloads was well placed.


]]>


'Wallace' sweeps animated film awards (Reuters)
Hollywood director Nick Park (C) arrives with the characters of his film, Wallace (L) and Gromit, at the red carpet for the opening of the 18th Tokyo International Film Festival in Tokyo in this October 22, 2005 file photo. 'Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit.' swept the 2006 Annie Awards, which honor animated works. (Yuriko Nakao/Reuters)Reuters - It was a 10-carrot win for "Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit" over the weekend, as the Oscar-nominated claymatian comedy swept the 33rd annual Annie Awards, which honor animated works.


]]>


Rhymes' Bodyguard Dies Outside Video Shoot (AP)
AP - A star-studded music video shoot was interrupted by gunfire that killed a bodyguard for rapper Busta Rhymes, police said.

UPN's "Party' fizzles (Reuters)
Reuters - Seems like a good idea on the surface: Surprise some deserving folks with the posh party of a lifetime. But leave it to reality television to make even a feel-good story feel tainted.

Cartoonish Violence Rules Super Bowl Ads (AP)
Seattle Seahawks football fans packed into 'Sluggers,' a sports bar in Seattle across the street from Qwest Field, where the Seahawks play their home games, cheer Sunday, Feb. 5, 2006 as the Seahawks score a field goal in the first half of the Super Bowl against the Pittsburgh Steelers. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)AP - Cartoonish violence ruled the day at the annual knockdown competition among advertisers Sunday, as Bud Light, Diet Pepsi, Michelob and Sprint all used physical gags to hawk their wares at the Super Bowl, the most-watched television broadcast of the year.


]]>


"Diva" a bitchy comedy set in TV world (Reuters)
Reuters - Howard Michael Gould's satiric showbiz comedy "Diva" -- a scathing behind-the-scenes look at TV production -- might best be subtitled "Swimming With Sharks."

'Wallace' sweeps animated film awards (Reuters)
Hollywood director Nick Park (C) arrives with the characters of his film, Wallace (L) and Gromit, at the red carpet for the opening of the 18th Tokyo International Film Festival in Tokyo in this October 22, 2005 file photo. 'Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit.' swept the 2006 Annie Awards, which honor animated works. (Yuriko Nakao/Reuters)Reuters - It was a 10-carrot win for "Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit" over the weekend, as the Oscar-nominated claymatian comedy swept the 33rd annual Annie Awards, which honor animated works.


]]>


'Brokeback' scribe's friends reluctant to see film (Reuters)
Screenwriters Diana Ossana (L) and Larry McMurtry pose with the award for best adapted screenplay for 'Brokeback Mountain' which they won at the 2006 Writers Guild Awards in Hollywood, California in this February 4, 2006 file photo. Ossana said some of her own friends and family have had a hard time coming to grips with the homosexual love story at the film's center. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - A few nights before their union handed out its annual awards, seven Writers Guild Award nominees adopted tones in keeping with the spirit of their respective films as they gathered at a panel session in Beverly Hills Thursday.


]]>


Full canvas for 'Anamorph' thriller (Reuters)
Scott Speedman attends the world premiere of 'Underworld Evolution' in Los Angeles in this January 11, 2006 file photo. Speedman has joined the cast of the psychological thriller film 'Anamorph' scheduled to finish production in March. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - Scott Speedman, Peter Stormare and Clea DuVall have joined Willem Dafoe in the indie psychological thriller "Anamorph."


]]>


Father's day for Cromwell in 'Spidey 3' (Reuters)
Actor James Cromwell arrives at the premiere of the fifth season of HBO's 'Six Feet Under' in Los Angeles in this May 17, 2005 file photo. Cromwell is set to walk the beat in 'Spider-Man 3' as Captain Stacy, the father of Bryce Dallas Howard's character. (Michael Buckner/Reuters)Reuters - James Cromwell is set to walk the beat in "Spider-Man 3" as Captain Stacy, the father of Bryce Dallas Howard's character.


]]>


"Law & Order" star tunes in to Marvin Gaye movie (Reuters)
Actor Jesse L. Martin arrives for the premiere of the film 'Rent' in New York in this November 17, 2005 file photo. Martin is to star in a film about the late Motown icon Marvin Gaye slated to start production in May 2006. (Keith Bedford/Reuters)Reuters - Hot on the heels of hit films about Ray Charles and Johnny Cash, a project about the final years of Marvin Gaye is set to begin production in May.


]]>


"Stranger" dials No. 1 at Super Bowl box office (Reuters)
Cast member Jake Gyllenhaal attends the Los Angeles premiere of Focus Features 'Brokeback Mountain' at the Mann National theatre in Westwood, Calif. in this November 29, 2005 file photo.'Brokeback Mountain,' which picked up eight nominations including best picture when Oscar contenders were announced on Tuesday, tallied $5.7 million at the box office in its ninth weekend. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - The new horror remake "When a Stranger Calls" connected with young thrill-seekers at the weekend box office in North America, but moviegoing generally took a back seat to Sunday's Super Bowl showdown.


]]>


'Munich' retains lead at foreign box office (Reuters)
Director Steven Spielberg (2nd L) and Australian actor Eric Bana of the film 'Munich' (2nd R) pose with their respective wives, actress Kate Capshaw (L) and Rebecca Gleeson, at the 63rd Annual Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills, California in this January 16, 2006 file photo. was the No. 1 movie for a second weekend at the weekend foreign box office, it was reported February 6, 2006. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - Although they scored five Oscar nominations apiece last Tuesday, Steven Spielberg's "Munich" and the Johnny Cash movie "Walk the Line" drew different receptions at the weekend foreign box office.


]]>


"Crash," "Brokeback" Do It Write (E! Online)
A couple of major Oscar contenders had the write stuff Saturday 
 night.E! Online - A couple of major Oscar contenders had the write stuff Saturday night.


]]>


'When a Stranger Calls' Scares Up $22M (AP)
While babysitting, a high school student (Camilla Belle) is terrorized by someone who calls her in 'When a Stranger Calls.'  (AP/Screen Gems)AP - Horror fans remained on the line for "When a Stranger Calls," a remake of the scary movie about a terrorized baby sitter that debuted at No. 1 with $22 million over the typically sluggish Super Bowl weekend.


]]>


"Stranger Calls" Rings Up Big Bucks (E! Online)
The few moviegoers who ventured out on Super Bowl weekend were 
 dialed in to When a Stranger Calls.E! Online - The few moviegoers who ventured out on Super Bowl weekend were dialed in to When a Stranger Calls.


]]>


Rhymes' Bodyguard Dies Outside Video Shoot (AP)
AP - A star-studded music video shoot was interrupted by gunfire that killed a bodyguard for rapper Busta Rhymes, police said.

Colombia's Juanes: all Spanish, all the time (Reuters)
Colombian singer-songwriter Juanes, an honoree at the 5th Annual Adopt-A-Minefield Gala, arrives for the event at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California in this November 15, 2005 file photo. Juanes continues to break non-traditional markets in North America and abroad. (Chris Pizzello/Reuters)Reuters - As Juanes begins the final leg of an ambitious international tour, the Colombian rocker continues to break non-traditional markets in North America and abroad.


]]>


Love: "Gnarly" Drug Problem Beat (E! Online)
A clean and sober Courtney Love is ready to roll. And rock.E! Online - A clean and sober Courtney Love is ready to roll. And rock.


]]>


NFL Edits Out Explicit Stones Lyrics (AP)
The Rolling Stones perform on stage during halftime of the Super Bowl XL football game between the Seattle Seahawks and the Pittsburgh Steelers, Sunday, Feb. 5, 2006, in Detroit.  (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)AP - They may not have flashed any body parts — except for Mick Jagger's well-toned stomach — but the Rolling Stones made ABC glad editors were on duty for the Super Bowl halftime show.


]]>


R&B singer/songwriter McFadden dies (Reuters)
Reuters - Gene McFadden, one-half of McFadden & Whitehead, the legendary R&B duo famed for the 1979 pop anthem "Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now," has died.

Hot new debuts can't arrest US sales slump (Reuters)
Reuters - Even with three acts scoring career-high bows on the Billboard 200 albums chart in the week ended January 29, overall sales in the week ended January 29 were still lower than the comparable week in 2005.

Sad reality sinks in for New Orleans music scene (Reuters)
Chris Black, left, Thomas Oliverio, center, and Darrin Ingle, right, play music in the devastation of the lower 9th ward Saturday, Feb. 4, 2006, in New Orleans.. The musicians are from Salem Il. and were there as part of a documentary about the rebuilding after Hurricane Katrina.(AP Photo/Mary Ann Chastain)Reuters - Like nearly every house in New Orleans, Bethany Bultman's home has holes in its roof. Buckets to catch rainwater surround her desk, and she is hesitant to go out at night. Much of her neighborhood is still completely without power.


]]>


Canada musician Sampson flexes muscle in Nashville (Reuters)
Reuters - Few Canadian artists have made the same kind of impact in Nashville as singer/songwriter/producer Gordie Sampson, who hails from the Cape Breton region of Nova Scotia.

Grammys hoping for 'water cooler moments' (Reuters)
Actor Jamie Foxx (R) performs during the 2nd annual 'Grammy Jam' at the Orpheum theatre in Los Angeles December 10, 2005. Wednesday's Grammy Awards will be heavy on special performances and unlikely combinations of talent, and will contain a number of 'water cooler moments,' according to its executive producers. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - Wednesday's Grammy Awards will be heavy on special performances and unlikely combinations of talent, and will contain a number of "water cooler moments," according to its executive producers.


]]>


James Taylor writing material for new album (Reuters)
**FILE PHOTO** James Taylor performs 'Sweet Baby James' during the 45th Annual Grammy Awards in New York Feb. 23, 2003. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)Reuters - Singer/songwriter James Taylor has begun work on his first studio album since 2002's "October Road," his final release for longtime label Columbia.


]]>


   Active Server Pages Rule The World
Contact Us  
All artwork, design & content contained in this site are Copyright 1998 - 2017 PowerASP.com and Christopher J. Williams
Banner ads ,other site logos, etc are copyright of their respective companies.
STATS Unless otherwise noted - All Rights Reserved.

Active Server Pages asp search engine active server page asp application components tutorial CJWSoft ASPProtect ASPBanner ASPClassifieds www.aspclassifieds.com, www.powerasp.com,www.cjwsoft.com,www.aspphotogallery.com,www.codewanker.com,www.aspprotect.com,www.aspbanner.com