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  1. Yo dude, ease up Julie a little. It sounds to me like the person that asked the address wasn't that serious. Of course everyone has the right to ask anything they want, but its hard know when to take someone seriously over the net because you can't hear their tone of voice. Julie isn't sayin she is a better fan just because she comes on this forum, but merely that 99% of everyone on the WS board are just teenage girls that think he is hot or dudes that just listened to Switch for the first time and decided to check it out. This forum is a place for people that are Jazzy Jeff and Fresh Prince fans, that have been down with his music since Rock the House. Maybe the WS board was full of teenage girls some time ago, or people who didn't know too much about Will, but now it's different. Sometimes there are pointless topics, but that happens in every forum, like in this one for example. I've seen people spamming here too. It's not so strange. But if you go to ws.com now you'll find a cool place with nice people, some of them are members on jjfp.com too. The site is very updated, and there are loads of interesting threads. The problem here is that you think that site hasn't changed, and you'll hate it forever although y'all don't know what's going on there right now. There are good members on there, believe it or not, and like I said people who don't want a good relationship between the two sites are not so good fans.
  2. So you're basically saying you're a better fan just because you are on this board. That's funny man.
  3. Site a 'Legend' for iPhone WB develops unique online promo Warner Bros. is targeting the appetite of iPhone users in their marketing blitz for the upcoming "I Am Legend," starring Will Smith. The studio hired ad agency Crew Creative to develop a site that mimics the movie's promotional online site but is specifically designed to be viewed on Apple's mobile device. The film's official site will be able to recognize whether a user is trying to access the Web site from an iPhone or a computer. The iPhone user will be directed automatically to the custom iPhone site, which includes a synopsis of the film, photo gallery, custom iPhone wallpapers, an RSS feed and a link to an iPhone-compatible trailer on Apple.com. It also offers a "daylight meter," a feature inspired from the movie's story line where Will Smith's character -- a brilliant scientist who is the last human survivor in New York after a virus has turned everyone into night-walking mutants -- must complete his tasks in the daylight, forcing him to constantly count down the remaining hours. The widget feature, found on the site at iamlegend.warnerbros.com, tells the current time, daylight hours left and how many days remaining until the film opens. "The iPhone allows a pleasing visual experience, particularly for the panoramas of New York City that we've created for the site," Warner Bros. senior vp interactive marketing Don Buckley said. "It is a step in the natural progression of giving consumers information when and where they want it." Jenny Wall, Crew Creative president of interactive marketing, said that in the case of "Legend," the iPhone is particularly suited as a promotional medium. "This film is about technology and takes place in the future, so this site really makes sense," Wall said. "I Am Legend," which is scheduled to open Dec. 14, is directed by Francis Lawrence and co-stars Alice Braga and Dash Mihok. Crew Creative has been involved on the marketing campaigns for such films as "The Prestige," "The 40-Year-Old Virgin" and "Ray." http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hr/conten...8e95a3bb8aa055f
  4. Like someone said..."If ANYONE has a question, they have a right to ask it, no matter how stupid or insignificant it may be". Have you got any problem with gay people? For me, it's not an insult. When Will heard about these rumors, he laughed. That's what we all gotta do, simple as.
  5. Le Will Smith Show (France) Just wanted to share this. :thumbsup:
  6. http://www.dailymotion.com/search/will+smi...ards_shortfilms Will has been chosen "International star of the year" for his role in The pursuit of Happyness. :clap2:
  7. Good luck Brakes, it sounds really cool! :thumbsup:
  8. The New I Am Legend Poster http://www.tublogdecine.es/wp-content/themes/Cinestar2/img/iamlegendposteroficial.jpg http://www.comingsoon.net/news/movienews.php?id=38247 Better? :lolsign:
  9. I AM LEGEND NEW POSTER! http://www.tublogdecine.es/wp-content/themes/Cinestar2/img/legend2poster.jpg http://www.worstpreviews.com/media.php?id=...p;place2=poster ----- Not very different...but I like it.
  10. I AM LEGEND OFFICIAL SITE!!! http://img299.imageshack.us/img299/2308/legendtc8.png Cool site.
  11. New pics! http://img516.imageshack.us/img516/2941/legend1gh7.png http://img263.imageshack.us/img263/6122/legend2aw4.png http://img181.imageshack.us/img181/3728/legend3ik3.png More pix here!
  12. Spotted! Will Smith in New York October 01, 2007 18:26 IST Reader Nimish Vora spotted Will Smith right opposite his office in New York, when the Hollywood star was shooting for his film, I Am Legend. Nimish was taking a break, and had stepped out of his office. Will Smith had just finished his shooting and was packing up for the day when Nimish approached him for the photograph. http://www.rediff.com/movies/2007/oct/01celeb.htm
  13. Alfonso Unloads on TMZ TMZ caught up with Carlton last night -- er, Alfonso Riberio -- and he's not so happy with TMZ! The once jolly Ribeiro told our cameras, "I ain't down with them no more ... TMZ was rude as hell!" Is that Carlton talking like that?! What would Mr. Banks say? Video 1 Carlton went on to say, "What I do to TMZ? Why they mad at me?!" What happened to the days when he would just do the Carlton dance and make everything all better? Who knew he was so sensitive?! Sorry, Carlton -- er, Alfie! Source --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Carlton Holds a Grudge! TMZ caught up with Carlton Banks, er, Alfonso Ribeiro outside of Hyde last night and he was still upset with us! Last week, cameras filmed the "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" star as he vented about being called corny ... now, he won't even say hello! A member of his two-person entourage even flipped us off! People forgave him for doing the Carlton dance ... can't he forgive us? Video 2 He hasn't always been so serious -- take a look at this hilarious 1985 break dancing infomercial he did! In his younger days -- he was cool! Feel the love. http://www.tmz.com/tmz_main_video?titleid=1231019884 Source _____________________________________________________________________ Annoying press. :thumbdown:
  14. Julie, if that guy asked if Will was gay is because there have been a lot of rumors about it. He wasn't trying to offend him, he was just asking. Everyone is free and can ask whatever. If you don't like it, don't reply, but stop talking about ws.com like that.
  15. Props to VH-1! :wickedwisdom:
  16. I Am Legend Dreamcast Mark II Posted on 09.30.07 by Widge @ 4:16 pm Okay, as promised, here we are back with another revamped Dreamcast. This time around it's Richard Matheson's vampire classic, I Am Legend. Which has one of the most chilling opening lines ever: "On those cloudy days, Robert Neville was never sure when sunset came, and sometimes they were in the streets before he could get back." Love it. Now, when we first did this Dreamcast ages and ages ago we told you they were going to screw it up, and I've seen the trailer and it's guilty until proven innocent as far as I'm concerned. I've got nothing against Will Smith, mind you. Smith looks like he might actually play a serious Neville and not, as reader Kede put it, ID4 Am Legend. However, I read a draft of the screenplay they decided to write for when Schwarzenegger was attached to play Neville and it was dreadful. And I somehow doubt that Akiva Goldsman (I, Robot, Batman and Robin) has done much to improve it. I would love to be proven wrong. But it's rare. So here we are. You know the drill. Two casts. How we would do it given the constraints of who we have on hand today and another Ultimate DreamCast where we bend the rules of space/time and can snatch anyone from anywhere and cast them. Before we get started, these DreamCasts may contain spoilers. So if you have not read the book, you go fix that right now, yes? Also, yet again, comment spam bastards will swoop in just like Anthony Zerbe leading a bunch of chalky-white monstrous monks if we open up commenting, so if you're going to comment, go to the new Gabfest. Hit us up there or at widge sucks at need coffee dot com. http://www.needcoffee.com/2007/09/30/i-am-legend-dreamcast/
  17. http://img212.imageshack.us/img212/1723/legendag3.jpg
  18. Stars are engaged in a race to be crowned king of the trailer park. Emma Smith and Christopher Goodwin in Los Angeles check out the kit It was Sylvester Stallone who threw the first punch, then Will Smith stepped into the ring and finally Robert De Niro entered the fray. These Hollywood heavyweights are trading blows to see who can build the biggest RV (that’s recreational vehicle, or motorhome to you and me). The results are rolling mansions stretching up to 75ft, with up to three storeys and weighing in at as much as 40 tons – the equivalent of 331 Ford Fiestas. They do about six miles to the gallon – a few less than that other celebrity favourite the Toyota Prius – and cost up to £1m. Stallone’s was a fairly modest affair at 175 sq ft, Smith’s is more than six times bigger, with 1,192 sq ft of living space while De Niro’s has a third-storey sun terrace, £5,000 satellite dish, home cinema and a high pressure air-con system that can cool the interior to optimal temperature in just 15 minutes. There’s room for 30 to sit down to dinner and watch films on the 100in drop-down screen or 11 smaller plasma TVs. Rather than slum it in a tin box on wheels, barely more luxurious than the models on show at the local trailer park, Hollywood A-listers are increasingly demanding mobile homes to match their superstar egos. And the most extravagant come courtesy of Ronnie Anderson (recently voted “Most Powerful Mobile Home Maker” by Entertainment Weekly magazine) and his company, Anderson Mobile Estates. Stars from Mariah Carey to Vin Diesel can’t get enough of them. Carey, singer and notorious diva, prefers to stay in hers when she’s filming than go back to a five-star hotel. Nicole Richie, gossip mag regular and daughter of soul singer Lionel, and Ice Cube, the rapper turned actor, are also fans; Cube insists on having a recording studio in his. Anderson built his first RV for Stallone when he was filming Rocky IV back in the Eighties. “I couldn’t understand why these movie stars made millions but spent their life in a $40,000 trailer,” he recalls. He decided to take his cue from luxury yachts. In place of plywood, lino and net curtains he put burnished wood or marble floors, carved pillars, giant leather sofas, oak dining tables and cinema-sized plasma screens. The only thing these RVs have in common with their Volkswagen camper and Bedford Dormobile cousins are wheels – although Anderson’s often boast as many as 16 on eight giant axles. Standing in the dusty parking lot of a small movie studio in the San Fernando Valley in temperatures approaching 40C, I’m glad of the shade from three of Anderson’s behemoths. Anderson ushers me into Will Smith’s van, known as the Aspen and designed to the star’s personal specifications (although it can be hired out to other stars when he doesn’t need it), big enough to comfortably accommodate the 6ft 2in star, his 7ft bodyguard, his wife Jada Pinkett Smith and their two children. “Will wanted something casual,” says Anderson, “somewhere he could put his feet up, where his buddies could come in and drink a beer and watch the game.” For each customised model, Anderson visits the star’s residence and tries to recapture some elements of the home in his trailers. For Will’s RV he included cowhide pillows, chessboards and African masks. “This one is for people who are looking for a completely relaxed, laidback experience,” says Anderson, who laughably calls it a “bare bones unit”. It may look casual to Smith, the star of Men In Black, but to anyone else it looks like something you’d never finish paying the mortgage on. It would cost you about £960,000 to buy, £4,765 to rent for a week or £1,600 for a day. But then it does have its own dance floor. Shia LaBeouf, the young actor who appeared alongside Smith in I, Robot, was anything but laidback about it. “Will’s trailer was the coolest thing,” he says. “There’s a studio where he makes his music. It’s got marble floors. And the kids have a games room. I’ve never seen anything like it. My own trailer had a toilet and three cans of Sprite.” It takes Anderson four months to build one of these palaces on wheels in his factory in Detroit. When the RV is in motion the first floor is folded down into the ground floor (the first-floor furniture is designed to sit flush against the roof when it’s lowered, so it’s not a good idea to leave a candle on one of the tables). Push a button and the first floor reappears, powered up by computer-controlled motors in 30 seconds. “It’s like a giant Transformer,” says Anderson. If you think Smith’s Aspen sounds impressive, you should see De Niro’s model. It’s called the Heat, although temperature is hardly a problem thanks to that turbocharged air-con. When I arrive for my viewing, The Godfather is playing, fittingly, on the 50in plasma screen. It’s all dark wood with ostrich-leather seats and a table made of carpathian elm imported from Italy. A curved granite staircase leads up to the first floor. Tyra Banks, supermodel and US talk show host, borrowed it over the weekend and has left tiny dimple marks all over the wooden floors with her high heels – De Niro will not be pleased. The Heat’s most impressive trick is the master controller that can adjust everything in each room of the trailer, including the 11 TVs, each of which can be individually tuned to one of more than 500 stations. If you ring the door bell your image can be made to flash up on any of the screens so De Niro can decide if he wants to let you in. There’s a private study and most of the first floor is a screening area that can comfortably sit 30 people, so they can watch “dailies” (the film shot that day on the set). The windows have an automatic window-frosting effect that can be activated at the touch of a button if the star wants more privacy. If someone breaks in, the security system would dial the owner’s mobile phone and transmit an image of the intruder. Security is obviously important to Anderson’s latest client, the American government’s Department of Homeland Security, which has commissioned one of his units to be used as a mobile disaster training centre. Anderson claims he’s going to make one so airtight you’ll be able to drive it into an area that has been contaminated by a dirty bomb and emerge unscathed. Ask Anderson if he’s been working with anyone famous recently and he sounds almost offended. “I only work with well known stars,” he protests. His next model will be even bigger and better, he says, with a garage on the back and room for a small sports car or four Harley-Davidsons, so the stars can make a quick getaway in between takes. It sounds as if De Niro could be in need of an upgrade. http://driving.timesonline.co.uk/tol/life_...icle2548362.ece
  19. James Blunt doesn't suck. He's a bit different from the rest of singers, and people like that. For that reason he is the first, it's not strange.
  20. http://www.moviehole.net/news/20070928_now...id_being_r.html :lol:
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