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  1. Sandy

    Joaquin Phoenix on 'Letterman'

    I hope youre right 'coz if this is true..man, what happened to him???? his looks, his behavior....hip-hop??? and Letterman is making fun of him. I don't know if this is sad or fun lol
  2. This is so sad. Maybe most of the news are just rumors but something bad happened that day. I always thought Chris Brown was a nice kid. As you've said his career is downhill from now on. And about Chris father beating his mom when he was a kid is sad too 'coz it could be the reason of his behavior, kids with violent parents are more likely to behave like that in their adult life. Luckyly there're others like Ty who grow up in the right way. Unfortunally I have a similar problem in my family right now ( my aunt).
  3. Sandy

    Kid's choice Awards 2009

    Thinking about it I think he won at the MTV MOvie Awards and Teen Choice Awards...I'm not sure now about the kids choice awards...Too many Awards to remember!! LOL
  4. Sandy

    Kid's choice Awards 2009

    He was last year and won!!
  5. Thanks Ale! I guess you are faster than me posting 'coz while I was posting the same news you've posted yours frst! lol
  6. LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Will Smith was named Hollywood's most bankable star in a survey of movie industry professionals released on Tuesday by Forbes.com, the Web site of financial magazine Forbes. Smith, who received a perfect 10 on the survey, was followed on the Forbes list by Johnny Depp, Leonardo DiCaprio and Hollywood supercouple Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, who were all tied with a score of 9.89. John Burman, special projects director for Forbes Media, said Smith, who won fame on 1990s television sitcom "The Fresh Prince of Bel Air," can star in any movie genre. "He can move from doing the pop film to an 'Ali' to a 'Seven Pounds' to 'The Pursuit of Happyness,' so he's able to play in all worlds and I think people just like watching him on screen," Burman said. For its first-ever "Star Currency" list, measuring the financial clout of Hollywood stars to get movie projects going, Forbes surveyed more than 150 entertainment industry professionals, including producers and directors. The stars were ranked on ability to attract financing for a project, box office success, appeal to different audience demographics and other factors. The Philadelphia-born Smith's latest movie "Seven Pounds" was released on December 19 and has made more than $141.6 million worldwide. He also starred in the 2008 summer hit "Hancock," which made more than $624.4 million worldwide. Most of the stars on Forbes' top 100 Star Currency list are over 35, including 78-year-old "Gran Torino" star Clint Eastwood at No. 20. The top 20-something actor was "Transformers" star Shia LaBeouf at No. 33, followed by "The Duchess" star Keira Knightley at No. 42. Actors need time to establish a star "brand," Burman said. Also, some stars have international box office appeal that more than compensates for modest U.S. and Canada ticket sales. The 45-year-old Pitt's 2004 movie "Troy," for example, made $133.4 million in the U.S. and Canada, but $364 million internationally. His 2006 movie "Babel" made $101 million internationally, nearly three times U.S. and Canada totals. "He's certainly strong in the U.S., but you see the global reach of him," Burman said. http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20090210/lf_nm_life/us_smith_3
  7. When I heard about this on monday I could't believe it. I don't know what happened but if he really did that he's lost all my respect.
  8. Sandy

    Happy Birthday Tim

    Happy birthday Tim!!!! :thumbsup:
  9. Me too!! ' I was lookin at the light' :lolsign:
  10. Exactly! if I were that guy I'd be scared of working with him again lol Maybe he had a bad day but....he lost all control. I can imagine Will Smith in that same situation acting very differently.
  11. Sandy

    I'm IN FRANCE!

    I was some years ago with college, our hotel was in the red light district. It was...interesting. :shrug: But the city is cool, I liked it a lot.
  12. Sandy

    7 pounds - Box Office Numbers

    Well they'll get some money of course. In Spain the movie is working very very good 5.763.773€( $8,093,773)so far. I guess 7P will lose the num 1 at the spanish box-office this weekend because of Tom Cruise new movie.
  13. Sandy

    Happy Birthday VIsqo!

    Happy Birthday Visgo! hope you had a great day!! :thumbsup:
  14. Sandy

    Cool photos you've taken...

    Hi guys! Here u have a couple of pics from the \\\'Seven Pounds\\\' Madrid premiere that I took. The quality isn\\\'t very good because I took them from my mail. When I get home and have time I\\\'ll try to upload them with better quality ;-) The videos are much better but you don\\\'t wanna hear crazy spanish people screaming lol http:
  15. Sandy

    7 pounds - Box Office Numbers

    Exactly Ale. Maybe in the US the movie isn't as succesful like they wanted it to be but in the rest of the world is working very well.
  16. Sandy

    7 pounds - Box Office Numbers

    Yep. The power of the promotion! haha
  17. Sandy

    7 pounds - Box Office Numbers

    'Seven Pounds' tops overseas boxoffice 'Madagascar 2' drops to No. 5 By Frank Segers Jan 19, 2009, 06:46 PM ET "Seven Pounds" Opening in at least 11 markets, with No. 1 rankings recorded in four, Sony's "Seven Pounds" grabbed the top spot on the crowded international circuit over the weekend with $20.6 million grossed from a total of 3,505 screens in 27 territories. The Will Smith vehicle from Italian director Gabriele Muccino premiered No. 1 in Spain ($4.2 million from 352 screens), No. 3 in France ($2.8 million from 344 sites) and No. 2 in the U.K. ($2.3 million from 402 situations). International total stands at $41.6 million. After a stellar run at the top of the international charts for five of the previous six frames, DreamWorks Animation/Paramount's "Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa" dropped to No. 5 with $8.7 million elicited from 5,495 spots in 45 markets. Foreign gross total now stands at $380 million. Warner Bros. International released over the weekend its first title in Hindi, the Bollywood-driven martial arts adventure "Chandni Chowk to China," in some 28 overseas markets to the tune of about $7.2 million, most of which was generated in India ($6.8 million from 1,319 screens). The R.S.E. People Tree production drew just $407,000 from 61 U.K. situations. "Slumdog Millionaire" made noise on the foreign circuit by grabbing $6 million in thjree markets -- via Pathe in the U.K. and France, and through Icon Distribution in Australia. The multiple Golden Globe winner topped the U.K. in its second market frame by registering $3.9 million from 330 situations, a jump of 41% over its opener, for a market cume of $8.8 million. (Fox is releasing "Slumdog" in Puerto Rico for an estimated $14,500 from 2 screens.) Director Edward Swick's "Defiance" with Daniel Craig generated $3 million from the U.K., Spain and Australia. The World War II resistance drama ranked No. 7 in its second U.K. weekend with $1.2 million from 328 screens for a market cume of $3.8 million. Also in the U.K., Optimum Releasing opened "The Wrestler" with Mickey Rourke to $1.19 million from 277 locations, enough to qualify for the market's No. 8 spot. "Revolutionary Road," director Sam Mendes interpretation of Richard Yates' novel about a suburban Fifties couple, opened overseas in five markets for $2.4 million from 505 spots. In Germany, the DreamWorks/Paramount release was No. 5 in the market with $1.4 million from 348 situations. Paramount also premiered its family comedy "Hotel For Dogs" -- which also opened No. 5 domestically -- in Australia and New Zealand for $795,000 from 232 locations. No. 2 on the weekend was Summit Int'l.'s vampire hit "Twilight," which opened No. 1 in Germany ($6.8 million from 612 sites) and retained the top market top spot in its second France frame ($3.7 million from 455 spots for a cume of $9.7 million). Overall tally was an estimated $13.2 million from 3,465 locations in 46 territories for an overseas cume of $135 million. A close No. 3 was WBI's "Yes Man" with Jim Carrey, which registered an estimated $13.1 million from 3,196 screens in 49 territories for an overseas total of $68.1 million. The comedy scored a strong opening in Russian ($3 million from 472 spots). 20th Century Fox Int'l.'s "Australia" finished fourth, and is holding respectably in overseas engagements, grossing an estimated $10.3 million from 4,750 sites in 56 territories, down 16% from its prior weekend. An Italy opening produced $2.8 million from 535 screens. Overseas cume for the Baz Luhrmann epic with Hugh Jackman and Nicole Kidman stands at $118.5 million. Fox's "Bride Wars" with Kate Hudson and Anne Hathaway expanded its run to 16 markets for an estimated $6.2 million from 1,110 screens for an overseas cume of $10.2 million . A No. 1 bow in Australia drew $2.2 million from20288 situations. Disney's 'Bedtime Stories" continues to establish itself as Adam Sandler's biggest overseas hit in many markets with a weekend estimate of $5.4 million from 3,524 locations in 25 territories, for an overseas cume of $68.4 million. Same distrib's animation title, 'Bolt," claimed an estimated $4.4 million from 2,612 situations in 28 markets for a cume of $83 million – with 60% if its overseas run still ahead. Warner's "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" with Brad Pitt opened nicely Mexico and scored an estimated $4.4 million on the weekend overall from 1,167 screens in eight markets. Overseas cume stands at $14 million. Universal's comedy "Role Models" with2040 territories still to play raised its overseas cume to $8.4 million thanks to an estimated $3.4 million weekend at 566 situations in nine markets. Fox's "Marley and Me" hoisted its cume to $12.9 million on the strength of a $2.8 million weekend – including a No. 2 opening in Mexico – from 1,130 screens in 13 markets. "The Day the Earth Stood Still," the sci-fi remake from Fox, generated $2.6 million from 2,500 spots in 36 territories for a cume of $146.1 million. Clint Eastwood-directed "Changeling" from Universal raised its foreign cume to $42.7 million due to an estimated $2.2 weekend from 1,077 sites in 32 markets. Weekend action in the U.K. was lively for market newcomers. Mandate Int'l.'s "My Bloody Valentine 3D" , which premiered domestically in the No. 4 spot, opened to an estimated $2 million from 189 locations. Disney's "Beverly Hills Chihuahua" resurfaced as No. 6 at 422 locations for an estimated $1.5 million. The comedy's weekend overall produced $3 million from 800 screens in 11 territories for an international cume of $28.2 million. Top-grossing local language title in France was Mars Distribution's "De l'autre cote du lit" (The Other Side of the Bed), director Pascal Pouzadoux's comedy with Sophie Marceau and Dany Boon, which in its second weekend bagged $2.84 million from 578 sites for a cume of $6.9 million. Newcomer "Et apres" (Afterwards), a drama about a newly divorced lawyer who meets a mysterious doctor (John Malkovich), drew $1.1 million from 249 sites and ranked No. 5 in the Paris area. In Spain, Universal opened horror title "The Unborn" to $1.6 million from 209 situations, taking the No. 2 market slot. Also in Spain, FocusFeatures/Universal's "Milk" with Sean Penn yielded an estimated $294,000 in its second weekend at 119 sites, for a 10-day20market cume of $876,845. Miramax/Disney's "Doubt" generated $675,000 from 120 screens from five markets. Other international cumes: Universal's "The Tale of Despereaux," $20 million; Mandate Int'l.'s "Saw V," $49.8 million; Universal's "Rudo y Cursi," $8.8 million from Mexico and Agentina; and Universal's "Frost/Nixon," $1.3 million from Belgium, Netherlands, Australia and New Zealand. http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hr/conten...8b581a038aec3cb
  18. I agree with u 100% Julie. Well, I didn't cry hehe.
  19. Sandy

    "i might creep some music out on youtube"

    :-( he said the same when he was asked about music in his visit here. I wouldn't care to hear something new even if it's from youtube...
  20. Ok. I finally saw the movie yesterday. The cinema was full, there wasn't a free seat. I'm with those who think the best part of the movie was the 2nd. I liked the movie but now I really want Will in a big good movie.
  21. Sandy

    Will Smith day on radio 1

    thanks Julie & Ale. I can't believe he didn't remember how he called Will 2k!!lol
  22. Sandy

    Will Smith in Spain

    Ale muchísimas gracias por todos los vídeos, si no fuera por tí me hubiese perdido la mitad de las entrevistas ;-) Pero que majísimo que es este hombre con todo el mundo. Y eso que le dice a Pilar que volverá dentro de 6 meses, para qué??? Y lo de que es amigo de Beatriz de Orleans?? jajajajaja
  23. hahahah Me too! it must be cause he's the only chinese actor I know lol
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