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Vin Diesel & Paul Walker's 'Fast & Furious' Muscle Cars On Display At Universal Studios

March 13th, 2009 12:19pm EDT
Fast & Furious Cars
The high-octane muscle cars featured in Universal Pictures' upcoming action-thriller Fast & Furious are on display exclusively at Universal Studios Hollywood as The Entertainment Capital of L.A. adds the exotic street racers to its world-renowned collection of authentic movie picture cars and props.

The 1987 Buick Grand National and a 2009 Subaru WRX STI that are driven by the stars Vin Diesel and Paul Walker are parked inside the theme park within arm's reach of fans and car aficionados.

1987 Buick Grand National -- driven by "Fast & Furious" star, Vin Diesel

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Christopher Lloyd's Home Damaged By Montecito Fire

November 16th, 2008 3:00pm EST
Christopher Lloyd
Back to the Future star Christopher Lloyd is fighting to save his home in the Montecito wildfire raging through California. Buildings on Lloyd's property sustained major fire damage on Thursday night and through Friday, with part of the estate turned to ruins.

The actor, who played zany professor Doc Brown in the Back To The Future trilogy, was alerted to the sad news by phone - he's currently shooting a movie on location in Canada.

Lloyd attempted to sell the property early last year but later pulled his home off the market.

The main house is a local landmark - it was built ...
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5 Favorite Guest Stars In 'Friday The 13th' Films

October 10th, 2008 10:16am EDT
Friday the 13th
There have been 11 installments in the Friday the 13th saga (parts one through eight, Jason X, Jason VS Freddy, and Jason Goes to Hell), and all that we really have learned is that Jason Vorhees is an indestructible, undead mute who likes to wear sporting equipment over his face and kill people, mostly teenagers, in new and exciting ways.

This has been his pastime since 1980, and along the way he’s met all kinds of interesting characters, and usually he proceeds to kill them. Some of these folks have gone onto projects with a little more substance, and some have increased notoriety ...
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The End: More Satisfying Conclusions To Canceled Favorites

July 10th, 2008 9:00am EDT
Moonlight
Every year you wait with bated breath to see the new television show line up. You eagerly scan the list. "Hey, wait a minute. My show is not on the list," you may think with a sense of panic. Then, as the cloud of evil forebodings rises in your mind, you go online to see if you can get other information. Sure enough, they have CANCELED your show. The Television-Programming-Powers-That-Be have snatched your show off the line up without warning, apology, and even worse, NO CONCLUSION TO LONG-RUNNING STORY LINES!

That's just wrong. That's a slap in the face to the faithful. It makes you n...
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Our Favorite Canadian Actors

July 3rd, 2008 9:47am EDT
Pamela Anderson
Given that the United States and Canada closely share days of pride in their country on the calendar, it seemed only logical to single out the many wonderful people that our neighbors to the north have proudly shared for all to enjoy. Following are some of the many comedic, talented, and gorgeous celebrity men and women that call Canada "home."

THE GENTLEMAN

Dan Aykroyd

Born in Ottawa, Ontario on July 1 (Canada Day!), Aykroyd's face has been seen on many a movie screen. He started his comedy with Second City Stage Troupe in Toronto and moved on to pursue an acting caree...
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Embarrassing Celebrity Moments Caught on Tape

July 1st, 2008 9:00am EDT
The Hoff
Ahhh… to be a celebrity. Imagine how great life would be if you were paid millions of dollars to lock lips with people like Matthew McConaughey and Jessica Alba on the big screen? Imagine if you could fly to Paris at the drop of a hat, have fancy clothing designed specifically for you and dine at the ritziest places in America? Sounds grand doesn't it?

Now, think about your most embarrassing moment… perhaps falling down a flight of stairs or acting a little silly after one too many drinks… sound familiar? Now imagine if those moments were not only caught on camera but also exposed to ...
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Film & TV Cars We'd Like To Take For A Spin

March 24th, 2008 2:00pm EDT
Scooby Doo
Before the advent of Pimp My Ride, there were already a bunch of mean machines that everyone wanted a chance to get behind the wheel of. There were computer controlled rides, cars that seemed to be indestructible, and other vehicles that just looked cool. Here is a list of some of those rides that we'd like to take for a spin.

A-Team Van, The A-Team

The indestructible conveyance of the indestructible A-Team, the van never seemed to take any damage, just like the guys, which was a product of their time slot and the censors. So, no blood, no deaths, and no problems for the van. One of ...
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Starpulse Sits Down With Crispin Glover To Discuss His New Film and More

November 24th, 2007 3:39pm EST
Crispin Glover
Crispin Glover is known to movie fans for his roles as George McFly, the father in the first Back to the Future, The Creepy Thin Man in the Charlie's Angels films, the title character in Willard (you know, the rat movie), and can currently be seen supplying the voice of Grendel in Robert Zemeckis's Beowulf. Glover is taking advantage of the publicity Beowolf has received to showcase his own film, It Is Fine. Everything Is Fine! as well as to perform his Big Slide Show, which is an hour long dramatic reading of books that he has written, and to screen his surrealist film 'What is It?'

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Starpulse Spotlights Child Stars That Didn't Crack Under Pressure

October 29th, 2007 1:57pm EDT
Elijah Wood
These days, many tabloids focus on child stars who are getting in trouble while growing up in the spotlight. Some get caught up in drugs and underage drinking, some have eating disorders, while others get into trouble with the law.

Not all stars that grew up in Hollywood went down the wrong path. Starpulse compiled a list of child stars that turned out ok, despite their famous roots. And many of them continue to be successful to this day.

Elijah Wood got his first break, though a small break, as a video game boy in the sequel to Back To The Future. Wood went on to star in over a ...
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15 Memorable Music Scenes On Film

October 16th, 2007 10:08am EDT
William Shakespeare
As a film junkie and music geek I always look forward to seeing what songs directors will put in certain scenes to create the right mood. Finding the perfect song isn't always easy. The song has to fit that key moment or it could ruin the movie.

Following is a list of songs that have really made a movie scene stand out. I'm sure you will notice two things about me: I love chick flicks and 80's movies. This wasn't an easy task. I found over 50 songs and cut the list down to 15 with a few honorable mentions.

15) "Kissing You" by Des'Ree from the movie "Romeo + Juliet" (1996)

A...
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Be A Part Of The Month-Long Tribute To 'Back To The Future - The Ride' Before Its Final Voyage

August 5th, 2007 7:00pm EDT
Back to the Future
(Universal City, California) – As part of its month-long countdown celebration marking "Back to the Future – The Ride's" last voyage, Universal Studios Hollywood is partnering with Ckrush Digital Media Inc.'s (OTCBB: CKRH) LiveMansion.com to invite fans to produce original 90 second video submissions that showcase their enduring fascination with the ride and the award-winning film trilogy upon which the ride is based for posting on the popular user-generated website.

LiveMansion.com, an online creative community, has developed a video contest to help showcase this innovative user-gener...
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Universal Studios Invites Guests To Be The Final Time-Travelers On 'Back To The Future – The Ride'

July 24th, 2007 8:00pm EDT
Back to the Future
Universal City, California – After thrilling over 61 million visitors with wild rides across "the space-time continuum," the ground-breaking Back to the Future – The Ride attraction at Universal Studios Hollywood will soar into the future for the very last time on Labor Day, September 3, 2007. Fans of the attraction will also have an opportunity to take the last ride and drive off as the owner of one of the stainless steel 1981 DeLoreans that served as inspiration for Doc Brown's flux capacitor-equipped time machines.

"Back to the Future – The Ride" blends breakthrough simulator techn...
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Celebrity Birthdays, April 15

April 15th, 2007 3:00am EDT
Emma Thompson
Happy Birthday To "Harry Potter" actress Emma Watson (1990), "Snakes on a Plane" actor Flex Alexander (1970), Radiohead guitarist Ed O'Brien (1968), The Darkness bassist Frankie Poullain (1967), 4 Non Blondes singer Linda Perry (1965), "Back To The Future" trilogy's 'Biff Tannen' actor Thomas F. Wilson (1959), "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban" actress Emma Thompson (1959), film composer Michael Kamen (1948; d. 2003), Welsh blues rocker Dave Edmunds (1944), film and TV actor Robert Walker Jr. (1940), "Bewitched" star Elizabeth Montgomery (1933; d. 1995), country music/Hee-Haw host R...
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Celebrity Birthdays, April 15

April 15th, 2006 3:00am EDT
Emma Thompson
Happy Birthday To "Harry Potter" actress Emma Watson (1990), "Snakes on a Plane" actor Flex Alexander (1970), Radiohead guitarist Ed O'Brien (1968), The Darkness bassist Frankie Poullain (1967), 4 Non Blondes singer Linda Perry (1965), "Back To The Future" trilogy's 'Biff Tannen' actor Thomas F. Wilson (1959), "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban" actress Emma Thompson (1959), film composer Michael Kamen (1948; d. 2003), Welsh blues rocker Dave Edmunds (1944), film and TV actor Robert Walker Jr. (1940), "Bewitched" star Elizabeth Montgomery (1933; d. 1995), country music/Hee-Haw host R...
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'Elvis Has Left the Building' Microphone, Hollywood Memorabilia Up for Grabs

November 29th, 2005 11:05am EST
Elvis Presley
Auction house Profiles in History is holding a live public auction on Dec. 16 that includes over 350 pieces of Hollywood memorabilia worth $2 Million. The highlight of the auction is the original vintage Shure Brothers model 55S microphone from the Louisiana hayride used by Elvis Presley and through which the famous phrase “Please young people, Elvis has left the building” was first broadcast.

This auction will also include treasures from Hollywood classic films such as Gone With the Wind, Ben Hur, The Ten Commandments, Spartacus, My Fair Lady as well as contemporary favorites Star War...
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Lions Gate Announces Voice Cast for Foodfight!

October 26th, 2005 2:14pm EDT
Eva Longoria
Threshold Animation Studios and Lions Gate Family Entertainment are making a trip to the supermarket a superstar affair with the announcement of casting for several voice roles in their animated epic Foodfight! Joining previously announced cast members Hilary and Haylie Duff are Charlie Sheen, Eva Longoria, Wayne Brady, Chris Kattan and Christopher Lloyd. The cast will give voice to the main characters in the feature that will include more than 15,000 characters in what may be the largest animated scene ever.

Foodfight! is scheduled for a Fall 2006 release and takes place in a superma...
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