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On Thursday, May 26, 2011 DreamWorks Pictures and Geffen Records announced today that multiple Grammy® Award–winning recording artist Mary J. Blige wrote and recorded an original song for the soundtrack of DreamWorks Pictures and Participant Media’s THE HELP, a film based on the New York Times best-selling novel of the same name, opening in theaters August 12, 2011. “The Help” soundtrack – music from the Motion picture, will feature the original song from Mary J Blige “The Living Proof.” The soundtrack, from Interscope Records, will be available Tuesday, July 26 at select Starbucks locations.On Thursday, May 26, 2011 DreamWorks Pictures and Geffen Records announced today that... more
DreamWorks Animation has debuted the first teaser trailer for Shrek Forever After on Apple. With the highly anticipated opening of Avatar this weekend, every studio is releasing every last trailer they've got, especially for any 3D movies. The premise in this one asks what would Far Far Away be like if Shrek never existed? It looks okay, but I'm tired of this franchise. The huge voice cast for Shrek Forever After includes Cameron Diaz, Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, Antonio Banderas, Julie Andrews, Amy Poehler, John Lithgow, Maya Rudolph, Amy Sedaris, Eric Idle, Larry King, and Regis Philbin. Watch and tell us what you think?
Read more: http://www.firstshowing.net/2009/12/17/watch-this-first-official-shrek-forever-after-teaser-trailer/#ixzz0ZzXCi8SD
http://www.slashfilm.com/2009/12/17/shrek-forever-after-trailer-and-poster/DreamWorks Animation has debuted the first teaser trailer for Shrek Forever After on... more
Brett Erlich and Ellen Fox join forces with bloggers, comedians, students and citizen critics to review "Monsters vs Aliens."
The Rotten Tomatoes Show is a movie review show that airs on Thursday nights at 10:30 e/p on Current TV. From reviews of the newest releases to commentary on cult favorites and movie trends, each episode of The Rotten Tomatoes Show is a fast-paced, comedic journey through the week in cinema.Brett Erlich and Ellen Fox join forces with bloggers, comedians, students and citizen... more
Marquette, MI - Northern Michigan teens are continuing their mission to protect pollinators during 2009 by helping butterflies & restoring native plants to areas of the Upper Peninsula.
The best know, pollinators are bees - like honey bees & bumble bees.
Billions of these bees are dying across the world in a syndrome called Colony Collapse Disorder.
Bees are disappearing & it’s not clear why - although human impact on the environment are among the suspected causes like pesticides & global warming. A world without bees would mean world without food, as was dramatically pointed out in the Jerry Seinfield 2007 comedy Bee movie. Bees go on strike causing plants across the world die. That means no food, no flowers, no trees, the death of civilization. After bees, the next best pollinators are butterflies.
Marquette, MI area teens & Native American youth spent the summer of 2008 building butterfly houses that are longer & slimmer than birdhouses & are lined with bark.
Teens participating in the KBIC Summer Youth Program built & painted the houses at the tribe’s Natural Resource Department along Lake Superior.
KBIC Natural Resource Department Director Todd Warner said the Zaagkii Project is a good way for youth to become aware of their connection to natural resources & nature.
The butterfly houses offer protection to butterflies that can enter thru tiny slits.
Butterfly houses also offer rest to migrating monarchs & can be used for reproduction.
Marquette teens have planted or distributed 26,000 native plant including at the Hiawatha National Forest greenhouse in Marquette.
In the spring of 2009 some of the plants will be planted at several areas across northern MI including at Sand Point, a beach that the KBIC has been repairing from the effects of copper mining. About 100 years ago, the mine dumped copper processing waste into Lake Superior polluting miles of shoreline. KBIC capped the pollution & the native plants will be used to attract wildlife & restore the ecosystem. The Zaagkii Project was founded by the non-profit Cedar Tree Institute in Marquette that has sponsored numerous environment projects. The Zaagkii Project is sponsored by the CTI, Marquette County Juvenile Court, KBIC & the United States Forest Service.
Future videos include a look at a bee farm in Marquette County that fascinated Zaagkii Project teens.
Contributors include: Marquette Community Foundation, Negaunee Community Fund, Negaunee Community Youth Fund, M.E. Davenport Foundation, Kaufman Foundation, Phyllis & Max Reynolds Foundation, Upper Peninsula Childrens Museum, Borealis Seed Company.
KBIC Ceo Chris Swartz Jr.
KBIC Natural Resource Department (NRD)
Todd Warner, Director
Evelyn Ravindran, Natural Resources Specialist
Kim Klopstein, KBIC Summer Youth Program
USDA USFS Milwaukee
Jan Schultz, Botany & Non-native Invasive Species
Beekeeper Jim Hayward
Cedar Tree Institute Ex. Dir. Rev. Jon Magnuson
Mqt Cnty Juvenile Court:
Mqt/Neg community foundations
U.P. Children's Museum
Bee Movie Jerry Seinfeld & DreamWorks Animation
Monarch Author Lynn M. Rosenblatt
Austin, Texas Honeybee video: Johnnie Hargrave
Photos: Richard Burkmar; Paul Billiet & Shirley Burchill
Wikipedia photos: Tübingen-Hagelloch, Björn Appel, Warden, Debi Vort, Kristof Van der Poorten, John Severns, Waugsberg, Kenneth Dwain Harrelson, Derek Ramsey, John O'Neill
http://www.indiancountrytoday.com/archive/28395844.htmlMarquette, MI - Northern Michigan teens are continuing their mission to protect... more
"The Trial of the Chicago 7," the DreamWorks project about the 1968 riots at the Democratic convention and their aftermath, is a high priority for the newly configured studio and is moving forward quickly."The Trial of the Chicago 7," the DreamWorks project about the 1968 riots at... more
Dreamsworks and Paramount have let in known that the Transformers sequel is on its way.
The last film making over £300 million, studio heads are eager for the sequel.
An interview with a certain Mr Marvin Levy confirmed that the second installment of robot mayhem should be in cinemas by 2009. "Obviously you have a movie that's made as much money as Transformers has, you'd want to do another one," he said.
While director Michael Bay and star Shia LaBeouf have both expressed an interest in dealing with the robots in disguise again, the studios have offered no confirmation regarding the return of co-stars Josh Duhamel, Jon Voight and the lithe Megan Fox.
Though the partnership between Dreamworks and Paramount has recently been called into question, it is thought that Stephen Spielberg will return as executive producer when the Transformers next roll out.Dreamsworks and Paramount have let in known that the Transformers sequel is on its... more
DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc plans to use chips from Intel Corp for the creation of 3-D movies, the companies said on Tuesday.
DreamWorks will use Intel's visual computing products for 3-D animated feature films starting with its "Monsters vs. Aliens" movie, set for domestic release on March 27, 2009, it said.
Intel, whose biggest rival is Advanced Micro Devices Inc, said it also plans to develop next-generation 3-D viewing technology for home theaters, personal computers, video games, online environments and mobile devices.DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc plans to use chips from Intel Corp for the creation of... more
Why Khalid was reluctant to take a movie role as a 9/11 hijacker and what made him change his mind.Why Khalid was reluctant to take a movie role as a 9/11 hijacker and what made him... more