The Moth Diaries: sinopse, trailer e pôster do novo suspense de Mary Harron


Abaixo, vocês conferem trailer e pôster do suspense The Moth Diaries (2012). A prévia tem um clima interessante, misturando jovens estudantes de um colégio interno e vampiros – nada parecido com Crepúsculo:







Sinopse via C7nema:

Baseado no romance homônimo de 2002, assinado por Rachel Klein, o filme segue Rebecca (Sarah Bolger), uma jovem de 16 anos que após o suicídio do seu pai entra para um colégio interno. Rapidamente ela se encanta com a sua colega de quarto, Lucy (Sarah Gadon), mas não entende o fascínio que Ernessa (Lily Cole) exerce sobre ela. Aos poucos, Rebecca registra tudo o que acontece num diário e convence-se de que Ernessa é uma vampira.

Estrelando Sarah Bolger (The Tudors), Sarah Gadon, Lily Cole (O Mundo Imaginário do Dr. Parnassus, 2009), Scott Speedman, entre outros, The Moth Diaries, da talentosa diretora Mary Harron (Psicopata Americano, 2000) chega aos cinemas dos EUA em 20 de abril de 2012.

Ficha técnica de The Moth Diaries no IMDB.

(via Collider).

Casa da Praia 2012: Especial Kid Abelha


♪♪♪♪ Revolta!
♪♪♪♪ Revolta²!
♪♪♪♪ Dia 09 de março, sexta-feira da semana que vem, tem show do Kid Abelha aqui em Caxias do Sul. Curti muito a banda, tanto que agora tem ‘Casa da Praia 2012 Especial Kid Abelha’. No dia, infelizmente, não poderei ir. Motivo: formatura!!!
♪♪♪♪ Nãããããããããããããããããããão!
♪♪♪♪ Sim amigo, infelizmente sim. E não me venha com aquela conversa que a banda voltará para a cidade outro dia porque em 26 anos, pelo que lembro, essa é a primeira vez que banda aparecerá em terras caxienses... E eu quero ver...
♪♪♪♪ Cogitando faltar minha própria formatura... Hehehe!
♪♪♪♪ Brincadeiras a parte, Kid Abelha é uma das bandas nacionais mais bacanas. Com 24 anos de carreira, mas de 9 milhões de discos vendidos e muitos sucessos no currículo, a banda carioca fez muito sucesso desde os anos 80, angariando fãs com o passar dos anos sempre com sua batida única e jovial.
♪♪♪♪ Maquinando aqui com minha massa cinzenta, minha formatura é às 19:30, porém depois tem confraternização às 22:00 na pizzaria. Posso tentar ir... Nah! Como sou o anfitrião, não posso sair... Droga!
♪♪♪♪ Hehehe! Brincadeira de novo...
♪♪♪♪ Mas tudo bem. EVR fazendo este especial já ajuda um pouco. Deixo vocês com “Fixação”, uma das melhores músicas nacionais em minha modesta opinião.
♪♪♪♪ Até mais! Bom show para quem vai! O site oficial da banda? Clique aqui para entrar nele!
♪♪♪♪ Abraço!

Just a Brief Note....

Hi folks...I'm going to be a post short today because of Spirit Rescue International business (two consultations and a remote viewing session). We got backed up the past few weeks and need to clear the queue. Thanks for reading! Lon

Just the Facts?: 'Dog-Headed Pig Monster!' -- The Gods Are Calling -- Jesus' Real Tomb Found?


'Dog-Headed Pig Monster' Sightings Reported By Namibian Villagers

Some say it's a witch doctor, a warlock, or a work of black magic. Others say it's a hybrid animal somewhere between a dog and a pig. But whatever it is, residents in Namibia are saying the strange creature they've seen wreaking havoc on their villages is nothing they've ever encountered before, according to the website Life's Little Mysteries.

Villagers living near the Kalahari desert in northern Namibia have reported seeing an odd creature with a head like a dog and the shoulders of a pig, mostly white in color and with hairless spots on its back, according to the site.

They say the beast has been attacking dogs, goats and other domestic animals seemingly out of nowhere, as the region's arid landscape is sparse in trees and shrubbery where animals might hide.

"This is an alien animal that the people have not seen before. We don't have a forest here, only bushes. So, this must be black magic at play," Andreas Mundjindi, a Namibian official, told the newspaper Informante.

One resident who spoke with Informante said villagers are taking precautions against the creature by staying in groups, and that many believe it's an intelligent being that came from the house of a grey-haired man.

"Everyone believes it is his beast and even he knows that we think so," the villager told Informante. "When it comes our side in the night, all the dogs are barking, but if it goes back west, then it’s all hush. People must be safe. We don’t want to be mauled by things we don’t know."

The sightings follow a number of reports out of Africa in recent years involving alleged sightings of strange creatures. In 2009, the Namibian newspaper New Era reported that a number of villagers had filed complaints with police stating that a mysterious tiger-like creature had been sucking blood of their livestock.

Police spokeswoman Christina Fonsech told the paper that police tried to track the creature's footprints, which were doglike, though bigger.

"We followed them but they walked until a spot where they just vanished," Fonesch told New Era. "It’s difficult to explain what happened to those footprints because they looked as if they climbed onto something but it was in an open space, so we don’t know what happened."

One elusive creature of legend from the Congo region, known as the "Mokele-mbembe," has intrigued myth hunters for years. Believed by some to be the surviving ancestor of a dinosaur, similar to the rumored Loch Ness Monster, the animal has been reported in sightings as far back as 1776, according to research by cryptozoologist William Gibbons.

Gibbons published a description of the creature, written by a German captain during a colonial expedition of the Congo in 1913:

The animal is said to be of a brownish gray color ... its size approximating that of an elephant. It is said to have a long and very flexible neck. Some spoke of a long muscular tail like that of an alligator. Canoes coming near it are said to be doomed; the animals are said to attack the vessels at once and to kill the crews but without eating the bodies. The creature is said to live in the caves that have been washed out by the river in the clay of its shores at sharp bends. It is said to climb the shore even in daytime in search of its food; its diet is said to be entirely vegetable. - THP

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Asteroid 2011 AG5 May Pose Threat to Earth in 2040

Scientists are keeping a close eye on a big asteroid that may pose an impact threat to Earth in a few decades.

The space rock, which is called 2011 AG5, is about 460 feet (140 meters) wide. It may come close enough to Earth in 2040 that some researchers are calling for a discussion about how to deflect it.

Talk about the asteroid was on the agenda during the 49th session of the Scientific and Technical Subcommittee of the United Nations Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (COPUOS), held earlier this month in Vienna.

A UN Action Team on near-Earth objects (NEOs) noted the asteroid’s repeat approaches to Earth and the possibility — however remote — that 2011 AG5 might smack into our planet 28 years from now.

The object was discovered in January 2011 by Mount Lemmon Survey observers in Tucson, Ariz. While scientists have a good bead on the space rock's size, its mass and compositional makeup are unknown at present. Continue reading at Asteroid 2011 AG5 May Pose Threat to Earth in 2040

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'Divine Jehovah, raise up': Does discovery of this 1st Century coffin lid prove the resting place of Jesus is under Jerusalem tower block?

Archaeologists exploring a 1st century Christian burial chamber have discovered an ancient inscription on a coffin lid which they believe could prove the site is the final resting place of Jesus.

Using a remote-controlled camera connected to a robotic arm to probe below a tower block in Jerusalem, the archaeologists were staggered to discover a set of 1st century 'bone boxes'.

The lid on one of these limestone boxes, also known as ossuaries, carries an inscription in Greek which could be translated as 'Divine Jehovah, raise up, raise up'.

Another carries a drawing of a fish with a stick figure in its mouth which is believed to refer to the story of Jonah and the Whale - one of the very first biblical stories.

The find is 200ft away from an earlier discovery known as the Jesus Family Tomb, which caused a huge amount of controversy after it was uncovered in the 1980s.

Archaeologists then claimed it contained ossuaries inscribed with names associated with Jesus's family.

That discovery sprouted amazing theories including one that maintained Jesus had been buried there alongside Mary Magdalene who he had married and raised a family with.

However many leading theologians and archaeologists rubbished such claims as being completely unfounded.

The Jesus Family Tomb was only examined briefly before protests by Orthodox Jews, concerned about the disturbance of a grave site, ended the excavation.

It was then sealed up, and a tower block built over it.

However James Tabor, a scriptural scholar at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and documentary filmmaker Simcha Jacobovici were determined to continue the research.

The pair obtained permission from the Israeli government in 2010 to use the robotic arm to drill holes allowing them to explore the surrounding area.

This led to the discovery of a separate chamber which they named the 'Patio Tomb', as it sits almost directly below the patio of the building.

It was inside the Patio Tomb that they found the inscriptions.

The pair claim the inscriptions discovered inside the patio tomb greatly increase the likelihood that the 'Jesus Family Tomb' is indeed, the resting place of Jesus.

They argue believe both tombs are part of the same complex which may have been the property of Joseph of Arimathea, who, according to the gospels, buried Jesus.

One of the limestone ossuaries carries a Greek inscription calling on God to 'rise up' or 'raise up' someone.

Another shows the image of a fish with a stick figure in its mouth which Tabor has suggested could represent the prophet Jonah.

Mr Tabor said: 'This inscription has something to do with resurrection of the dead, either of the deceased in the ossuary, or perhaps, given the Jonah image nearby, an expression of faith in Jesus' resurrection.

In the earliest gospel materials the 'sign of Jonah,' as mentioned by Jesus, has been interpreted as a symbol of his resurrection.

Jonah images in later 'early' Christian art, such as images found in the Roman catacombs, are the most common motif found on tombs as a symbol of Christian resurrection hope.

In contrast, the story of Jonah is not depicted in any first century Jewish art and iconographic images on ossuaries are extremely rare, given the prohibition within Judaism of making images of people or animals.

The tomb in question is dated prior to 70 CE, when ossuary use in Jerusalem ceased due to the Roman destruction of the city.

If the markings are Christian, the engravings represent the earliest archaeological record of Christians ever found.

So the engravings were most likely made by some of Jesus' earliest followers, within decades of his death, predating the writing of the gospels.

'If anyone had claimed to find either a statement about resurrection or a Jonah image in a Jewish tomb of this period I would have said impossible -- until now,' Tabor said. 'Our team was in a kind of ecstatic disbelief, but the evidence was clearly before our eyes, causing us to revise our prior assumptions.'

The publication of the academic article is concurrent with the publication of a book by Simon & Schuster entitled 'The Jesus Discovery: The New Archaeological Find That Reveals the Birth of Christianity.' A documentary on the discovery will be aired by the Discovery Channel in spring 2012.

The findings and their interpretation are likely to be controversial, since most scholars are skeptical of any Christian archaeological remains from so early a period.

Adding to the controversy is the tomb's close proximity to a second tomb, discovered in 1980. This tomb, dubbed by some 'The Jesus Family Tomb,' contained inscribed ossuaries that some scholars associate with Jesus and his family, including one that reads 'Jesus, son of Joseph.'

'Context is everything in archaeology,' Tabor pointed out. 'These two tombs, less than 200 feet apart, were part of an ancient estate, likely related to a rich family of the time.

'We chose to investigate this tomb because of its proximity to the so-called 'Jesus tomb,' not knowing if it would yield anything unusual.'

Among the approximately 2000 ossuaries that have been recovered by the Israel Antiquities Authority, only 650 have any inscriptions on them, and none have inscriptions comparable to the team's finds.

Less than a dozen ossuaries from the period have epitaphs but, according to Tabor, these inscribed messages usually have to do with warnings not to disturb the bones of the dead. In contrast, the four-line Greek inscription contains some kind of statement of resurrection faith.

Tabor noted that the epitaph's complete and final translation is uncertain. The first three lines are clear, but the last line, consisting of three Greek letters, is less sure, yielding several possible translations: 'O Divine Jehovah, raise up, raise up,' or 'The Divine Jehovah raises up to the Holy Place,' or 'The Divine Jehovah raises up from.'

'This inscription has something to do with resurrection of the dead, either of the deceased in the ossuary, or perhaps, given the Jonah image nearby, an expression of faith in Jesus' resurrection,' Tabor said.

The ossuary with the image that Tabor and his team understand to be representing Jonah also has other interesting engravings. These also may be connected to resurrection, Tabor notes. On one side is the tail of a fish disappearing off the edge of the box, as if it is diving into the water.

There are small fish images around its border on the front facing, and on the other side is the image of a cross-like gate or entrance—which Tabor interprets as the notion of entering the 'bars' of death, which are mentioned in the Jonah story in the Bible. - dailymail

The Empty Tomb: Jesus Beyond the Grave

Buried Hope or Risen Savior: The Search for the Jesus Tomb


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Medieval medallion found in baby shark in Malaysia

A baby shark being prepared for lunch gave a Malaysian family a big surprise - an ancient artifact believed to be dated long before the Portuguese conquest of Malacca. Housewife Suseela Menon, from Klebang, made the priceless discovery while filleting the fish for lunch.

It is believed to be a medallion worn by the Portuguese soldiers, presumably as a divine protection, during their conquests in this part of the world in the 16th century. One side of the medallion is a profile of a woman's head with a crown and encircled by a halo and an inscription that is unclear. The other side is a crucifix with an engraved inscription that reads ANTONII.

Checks with a local historian revealed the head engraving could be that of Queen Elizabeth, the consort of King Denis I of Portugal during his reign from 1271 to 1336. Suseela said she immediately cleaned the medallion and preserved it in a box. “I bought two sharks from the wet market and was taken aback upon discovering the object inside the stomach of one of the fishes,” said the 47-year-old mother-of-two.

Suseela had wanted to prepare shark curry for her husband. “Finally, my husband decided not to eat the fish as the object seems to be a religious item,” she said. The medallion is 7.4cm long, 6cm wide and weighs 10g. “My husband feels it is a blessing for the family to have the medallion coming to our home from beneath the sea. We will always cherish it,” said Suseela.

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The Gods are calling at El Castillo

When Hector Siliezar visited the ancient Mayan city of Chichen Itza with his wife and kids in 2009, he snapped three iPhone photos of El Castillo, a pyramid that once served as a sacred temple to the Mayan god Kukulkan. A thunderstorm was brewing near the temple, and Siliezar was trying to capture lightning crackling dramatically over the ruins.

In the first two images, dark clouds loom above the pyramid, but nothing is amiss. However, in the third photo, a powerful beam of light appears to shoot up from the pyramid toward the heavens, and a thunderbolt flashes in the background.

Siliezar, who recently shared his photographs with occult investigators, told Earthfiles.com that he and his family didn't see the light beam in person; it appeared only on camera. "It was amazing!" he said. He showed the iPhone photo to his fellow tourists. "No one, not even the tour guide, had ever seen anything like it before."

The photo has surfaced on several Mayan doomsday discussion forums. But was the light beam a sign from the gods — a warning about Dec. 21, 2012, the date that marks the end of the Mayan calendar cycle, and when some people fear the world will end? Or is it simply the result of an iPhone glitch?

According to Jonathon Hill, a research technician and mission planner at the Mars Space Flight Facility at Arizona State University, which operates many of the cameras used during NASA's Mars missions, it is almost definitely the latter. Hill works with images of the Martian surface taken by rovers and satellites, as well as data from Earth-orbiting NASA instruments, and is fully versed in the wide range of potential image artifacts and equipment errors.

He says the "light beam" in the Mayan temple photo is a classic case of such an artifact — a distortion in an image that arises from the way cameras bounce around incoming light.

It is no mere coincidence, Hill said, that "of the three images, the 'light beam' only occurs in the image with a lightning bolt in the background. The intensity of the lightning flash likely caused the camera's CCD sensor to behave in an unusual way, either causing an entire column of pixels to offset their values or causing an internal reflection [off the] camera lens that was recorded by the sensor." In either case, extra brightness would have been added to the pixels in that column in addition to the light hitting them directly from the scene.

Evidence in favor of this explanation is the fact that the beam, when isolated in Photoshop or other image analysis software, runs perfectly vertical in the image. "That's a little suspicious since it's very unlikely that the gentleman who took this picture would have his handheld iPhone camera positioned exactly parallel to the 'light beam' down to the pixel level," Hill told Life's Little Mysteries.

It's more likely that the "light beam" corresponds to a set of columns of pixels in the camera sensor that are electronically connected to each other, but not to other columns in the sensor, and that this set of connected pixels became oversaturated in the manner described above.

"That being said," Hill said, "it really is an awesome image!"

Aos 66 anos, morre Davy Jones, vocalista do Monkees

Morreu na manhã desta quarta-feira (29), o vocalista da banda Monkees Davy Jones, aos 66 anos, vítima de um ataque cardíaco, informou o site TMZ. O cantor foi atentido no Martin Memorial Hospital, na Flórida, nos Estados Unidos.

Jones deixa a mulher Jessica Pacheco, seu terceiro casamento, e quatro filhas de casamentos anteriores. Ele se juntou aos Monkees em 1965 e fez sucesso ao lado de Micky Dolenz, Michael Nesmith e Peter Tork. Juntos, foram responsáveis por sucessos como Daydream Believer, Last Train to Clarksville e I'm a Believer.
Inicialmente, o grupo foi contratado por produtores de TV, que queriam criam uma série sobre uma banda de rock atual. Porém, o grupo acabou explodindo e Davy Jones virou sensação. As canções do grupo já foram cantadas por bandas como Coldplay e Smash Mouth, que consagrou I'm a Believer na trilha sonora de Shrek.
A última performance de Davy Jones foi no dia 19 de fevereiro, em Oklahoma, uma noite antes, ele se apresentou no BB King, em Nova York, e parecia estar bem de saúde.

Monique Evans: “Às vezes não me olho no espelho, porque me acho horrorosa”

Monique Evans é a próxima a ficar “De Frente com Gabi”. A apresentadora vai participar do programa de Marilia Gabriela que vai ao ar na noite desta quarta-feira (29). Durante a gravação da atração, Monique falou sobre sua história de vida, medos e traumas. “Às vezes não me olho no espelho quando vou tomar banho, porque me acho horrorosa”, declarou a apresentadora.

Solteira, ela também contou que já se inscreveu em sites de relacionamentos, mas só garotos a procuram. “Eu gostaria de ter um cara mais velho, talvez um gringo”. Monique afirmou ainda que se adaptou à depressão, que nunca tomou Rivotril e que sempre teve problemas para chegar ao orgasmo.
“Eu invejo muito essas pessoas que casaram pra vida toda” foi outra surpreendente declaração feita por Monique à Marília Gabriela. A entrevista com a apresentadora contou também com Barbara Evans como um dos assuntos. Monique disse que desaconselhou a filha a estrelar a capa da "Playboy", revista da qual foi capa em dezembro. “Falei que era uma responsabilidade muito maior”, declarou a mãe de Barbara e estrela da "Playboy" por três vezes.

Ghosts Stalk Japan's Tsunami Devastation

A year after whole neighbourhoods full of people were killed by the Japanese tsunami, rumours of ghosts swirl in Ishinomaki as the city struggles to come to terms with the awful tragedy.

One reconstruction project appears stalled because of fears the undead spirits of those who perished last March will bring bad luck.

“I heard people working to repair the store became sick because of ghosts,” Satoshi Abe, 64, said, gesturing to a half-repaired supermarket.

“People died everywhere, here and there. The city is full of such stories,” he said.

In some parts of this once vibrant fishing port, signs of life are returning — houses are being rebuilt, businesses are re-opening and children are back at school.

But with around a fifth of the 19,000 who died across the northeast having lost their lives in this small city alone, few think it can ever be normal again.

Shinichi Sasaki said the memory of March 11, 2011 never leaves and it is this persistent memory that creates the “ghosts”.

“That day keeps coming back to your mind,” he said.

“If you know someone who was killed, and the death was so sudden, you may feel that person is still there. I don’t believe in ghosts but I can understand why the town is rife with rumours.”

One taxi driver, who did not want to give his name, told AFP of his unwillingness to stop in parts of the city that were all but wiped out by the enormous waves of last March, because he worries that his customer will be a spirit.

A woman who lives in the city said she had heard stories of queues of people who can be seen rushing towards the hills as they try again and again to escape the waves, an endless replay of their last, fruitless minutes.

Counselors and academics say a widespread belief in ghosts is fairly normal in the aftermath of a large tragedy and forms a part of the healing process in a society.

Cultural anthropologist Takeo Funabiki said it was only “natural” that stories of the supernatural abounded in the wake of such an event.

“Human beings find it very difficult to accept death, whether they are inclined by nature to superstition or are very scientifically minded,” he told AFP.

“A sudden or abnormal death, anything other than someone dying in bed of old age, is particularly difficult for people to comprehend.

“When there are things that many people find difficult to accept, they can find expression in the form of rumours or rituals for the dead, amongst other things.

“The point is that it takes the shape of something that you can share with other people in your society,” he said.

For some of those who lost loved ones, the traditions that usually accompany death in Japan have served their purpose.

Shinto priests have been called upon to console the souls of the dead and ease their passage into the next world before they purify the places their bodies were found.

At the Buddhist festival of Obon in mid summer, offerings were made at altars as those left behind readied to welcome back the spirits of lost loved ones, who they believed would return to this world to visit for a few days.

But other people have struggled to make sense of their loss.

Koji Ikeda, a therapist and lecturer at the Academy of Counselors Japan, said “survivors have various complex emotions — fear, anxiety, sorrow or desire for the return of deceased people”.

“It is possible that a whole lot of emotions that people cannot fully cope with lead to ‘projections’ of spirits” he said.

“Pent-up emotions need to be expressed in order for people to be able to adapt to the new reality and move forward with their grief.”

While few in the city will talk openly of actually having seen a ghost, many are prepared to accept spirits could stalk the deserted streets.

Yuko Sugimoto says she is not particularly superstitious and has not seen any ghosts. But still she has no doubt they could be there among the shadows.

“Many people who were leading normal lives died suddenly,” she said. “I’m sure they must find that difficult to accept.

“It would be strange if you didn’t hear anything about any of them." - theborneopost

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Japan's post-disaster reconstruction efforts hindered – by ghosts

Numerous reports of ghost sightings have reportedly been made by residents in the city of Ishinomaki in Miyagi prefecture, home to nearly a fifth of all tsunami fatalities.

Reconstruction and repair have been put on hold in some instances due to workers' fears that the spirits of the dead who passed away a year ago will bring them bad luck if they continue, according to AFP.

Highlighting one half-repaired supermarket, local Satoshi Abe, 64, told the agency: "I heard people working to repair the store became sick because of ghosts. People died here everywhere, here and there. The city is full of such stories."

A taxi driver, who did not want to be named, added that he was unwilling to stop in certain parts of the city that were badly damaged in the tsunami for fear of picking up a customer who is a spirit of the dead.

Meanwhile, another local woman described hearing stories of people seeing queues of people rushing towards the hills, a replay of their final moment as they attempted to escape the tsunami, according to AFP.

As the first anniversary of the disaster approaches, Ishinomaki appears, on the surface at least, to be returning to a new level of normality, with the tsunami debris cleared away in most areas and a growing number of businesses reopening.

At the same time, the emotional impact of the massive losses of human life are clearly continuing to take their toll on residents: close to 4,000 Ishinomaki locals were killed in the tsunami out of a total death toll of 19,000 for the northeast region.

However, experts described the city's apparent widespread belief in ghosts as a "natural" side effect of a large-scale tragedy which wiped out vast swathes of the community and a potentially positive part of the healing process.

"Human beings find it very difficult to accept death, whether they are inclined by nature to superstition or are very scientifically minded," said Takeo Funabiki, a cultural anthropologist.

"A sudden or abnormal death, anything other than someone dying in bed of old age, is particularly difficult for people to comprehend.

"When there are things that many people find difficult to accept, they can find expression in the form of rumours or rituals for the dead, among other things. The point is that it takes the shape of something that you can share with other people in your society."

Koji Ikeda, a therapist and lecturer at the Academy of Counselors Japan, added: "It is possible that a whole lot of emotions that people cannot fully cope with lead to 'projections' of spirits" he said. "Pent-up emotions need to be expressed in order for people to be able to adapt to the new reality and move forward with their grief." - telegraph

NOTE: Ghosts and wandering spirits are all too common in areas of mass death. I still see reports of apparitions and spectres in Haiti and Chile. Old battlefields are notorious for phantoms and paranormal activity...many hold this tragic energy for centuries. I imagine that the city of Ishinomaki will retain residual reminders of that fateful day for a very long time...Lon

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Casa da Praia 2012: Momentos Inusitados na Praia


☼☼☼☼ Aproveitando este clima de praia, ‘Casa da Praia 2012’ retornando para listar 10 momentos bizarros registrados em algum lugar do mundo na praia. Confere aí a lista com cada coisa...
☼☼☼☼ Perdeu alguma coisa aí? O tamanho não está bom? O que foi, querida?
☼☼☼☼ Já esse está empolgado...
☼☼☼☼ Caretas na areia... Também quero...
☼☼☼☼ Momento nado canino. A expressão dele indica que a água está fria?
☼☼☼☼ Quem copiou quem?
☼☼☼☼ Assim está fácil...
☼☼☼☼ Para que castelo de areia?
☼☼☼☼ Visitante folgado...
☼☼☼☼ Mããããããããããããããããããe...
☼☼☼☼ Mãe! Tem uma vaca aqui!
☼☼☼☼ Momentos inusitados na praia mesmo. Pior que acontece...
☼☼☼☼ Você tem alguma para contar?

Bel Ami: sinopse, trailer e pôsteres do romance-adaptação com Robert Pattinson


Abaixo, vocês conferem trailer e pôsteres do romance-adaptação Bel Ami (2012):

Sinopse de Bel Ami
 




Estrelando Robert Pattinson, Christina Ricci, Uma Thurman, Kristin Scott Thomas, Holliday Grainger, entre outros, Bel Ami, dos diretores Declan Donnellan e Nick Ormerod, chega aos cinemas dos EUA em 2 de março de 2012.

Ficha técnica de Bel Ami no IMDB.

Os Vingadores: novo trailer legendado completo mostra os heróis-Marvel em ação

Abaixo, vocês conferem o novo trailer de Os Vingadores (The Avengers, 2012). O vídeo é o melhor divulgado até o momento e contém muitas cenas de ação. Atenção para uma perseguição contra o Homem-de-Ferro, ajudado pelo Hulk:



Estrelando Robert Downey Jr. (Homem-de-Ferro), Chris Hemsworth (Thor), Mark Ruffalo (Hulk), Chris Evans (Capitão América) Scarlett Johansson (Viúva-Negra), Jeremy Reener (Gavião Arqueiro), Tom Hiddleston (Loki), Stellan Skarsgård, Gwyneth Paltrow, Clark Gregg, entre outros, Os Vingadores, do diretor Joss Whedon (Buffy – A Caça-Vampiros, 1996-2003) tem previsão de chegada nos cinemas brasileiros em 27 de abril de 2012.

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Casa da Praia 2012: Postagens Mais Lidas Até Então (V4)


#### ‘Casa da Praia 2012’ retornando neste último dia de fevereiro para atualizar novamente sobre as postagens mais lidas até então. Nesta quarta atualização, temo novidades dentro das 10 postagens mais poderosas de todos os tempos.
#### Hora de saber quais são os 10 assuntos mais lidos das Estranhas Verdades Relativas.

#### Na medalha de ouro, não tem para ninguém. Imbatível por 10 meses, esta postagem abriu uma margem superior a 30 mil visualizações para a 02ª colocada. Logo, vai demorar algum tempo para alguém chegar a retirar seu título.
#### Também mantendo a medalha de prata por certa folga, a postagem do ‘Especial Sexo’ que rolou por aqui em 2010, mostrou ter força o suficiente. Sexo sempre rende e esta postagem cominou as mais lidas de 2010 de tal forma que me impressionou.
#### Mantendo a medalha de bronze, a atriz Sandra Bullock permaneceu mais de um não entre as mais lidas, o que lhe rendeu boas visualizações.  Com certa folga para a próxima posição, ela permanecerá por aqui ainda por um bom tempo.
#### Também mantendo a 04ª posição, posição essa onde estreou aqui na última atualização, a bela atriz Olivia Wilde se tornou uma força recente entre as mais lidas. Embora não apareça entre as mais lidas há algumas semanas, ela continua na confortável 04ª posição das mais lidas de todos os tempos.
#### E a primeira estreia desta atualização fica por conta da postagem do quadro ‘Trip EVR’ que foi desbravar a bela e ostentosa praia de Jurerê Internacional, uma das mais badaladas praias brasileiras. 05ª lugar para ela!
#### Mantendo a mesma posição, Allison Mack cresceu dentro das mais lidas, porém foi ultrapassada por outra postagem que briga pelas melhores posições. A atriz que conquistou uma legião de fás na série Smallville é uma das postagens mais lidas semana após semana.
#### E a atriz Jennifer Aniston cai mais duas posições de dezembro para cá. Na 07ª posição, a atriz que reinou por aqui em 2009 e parte de 2010, atualmente pouco é visitada, mas ainda assim apresenta ótimos números do passado que lhe rendem uma boa posição entre as mais lidas de todos os tempos.
#### Estreando por aqui na 08ª posição, outra postagem muito presente neste verão 2012 foi esta. Com isto, as dicas de caminhadas a beira mar e o uso de protetor solar, conseguem um lugar entre as mais lidas de todos os tempos.
#### Retornando depois de alguns meses fora das mais lidas de todos os tempos, a atriz Sharon Stone que teve ótimos números na última semanas, aparece na 09ª posição. Sonho de consumo de uma geração, a atriz retorna bem, mas com uma distância apertada para a próxima posição.
#### E a última estreia fica por conta de Jensen Ackles que há semanas está entre as mais lidas, inclusive alcançando a medalha de ouro em algumas semanas. 10ª posição para o cara que está na série Supernatural, atualmente em sua 07ª temporada.

#### Shania Twain, Britney Spears, Manuela D’Avila e Uberlândia caíram for a dando espaço para três estreias e um retorno. Nota-se que das estreias, duas possuem relação com o verão. Agora teremos que aguardar para ver o que acontecerá com o fim do verão, se teremos novidades ou mesmo alguém surgindo das trevas para conquistar algum lugar entre as 10 mais!
#### Até mais!
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