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Release Date: January 25, 2013 (3D/2D theaters and IMAX)Studio: Paramount PicturesDirector: Tommy WirkolaScreenwriter: Dante Harper, Tommy WirkolaStarring: Jeremy Renner, Gemma Arterton, Famke Janssen, Peter Stormare, Derek Mears, Thomas MannGenre: Action, Comedy, Horror, ThrillerMPAA Rating: R (for strong fantasy horror violence and gore, brief sexuality/nudity and language)Official Website: HanselandGretelmovie.comPlot Summary: After getting a taste for blood as children, Hansel (Jeremy Renner) and Gretel (Gemma Arterton)? have become the ultimate vigilantes, hell bent on retribution.?Now, unbeknownst to them, Hansel and Gretel have become the hunted, and must face an evil far greater than witches...their past.
A former Special Forces operative turned mercenary is subjected to a rogue experiment that leaves him with accelerated healing powers, adopting the alter ego Deadpool.
Derek and Hansel are modelling again when an opposing company attempts to take them out from the business.
"Yes, it’s ridiculous. It’s supposed to be."
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It's time for your hosts Amazin' Avenue Audio Offseason Plans, but Chris McShane can't be bothered to defend his 2014 title (which he won by cheating). He claims he is sick or something, leaving Jeffrey and Greg to debate the merits of Hansel Robles, 8th inning guy versus Dexter Fowler, leadoff hitter. Next, we answer your e-mails on Jeremy Hefner, Marcell Ozuna, and once and future podcast legends. Finally, we end the show with Greg dropping some Irish soccer (?!) knowledge.
Susan Schaller, author of A Man Without Words, has worked for decades through public speaking, writing, the film and project, Vital-Signs, and advocacy, to raise awareness of the importance of language, equal access to language and how we all benefit by learning from each other, regardless of differences. She has finished retelling The Boy Who Cried Wolf and Hansel and Gretel for the multilingual ASL Tales. She has been working on a play, Without Words, which was performed this last July, at the Appalachian Summer Festival in Boone, N. C. She first met the south when she earned an Masters in Public Health in community education from UNC, Chapel Hill. She currently lives in an intentional community in rural Appalachia working for community sustainability.
Jasper and his posse are back after some technical difficulties last week.............please join them as they welcome his co-stars and the writer and director of the new film HANSEL & GRETEL that is releasing worldwide Jan. 8.........it's an all HORROR show...Be afraid and have fun. Jasper, and his co-host Ralph Cole, Jr. welcome Stephanie Greco, Brent Lydic, Sara Fletcher, Frank Giarmano, Anthony C. Ferrante and Jose Prendes......maybe even an iconic surprise guest as well!
Fresh from the snowy locale of Park City and the Sundance Film Festival, I'll be joined by Matt Cohen of Cinespect to clue you in on the movies you need to watch out for later this year. What were the winners and losers, which films have the hottest buzz, and which crashed and burned?
Also, Tim Gordon of Keeping It Reel calls in to talk Parker, the new action flick starring Jason Statham and Jennifer Lopez. Then we'll be joined by Roxana Hadadi of Chesapeake Family Magazine to review Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters.
Call in and voice your opinion, or join us in the chat room!
The Rising Apple Report, after some technical issues by our host, Blog Talk Radio, on Monday, is back to try Ep. 115 again at 8pm ET! Sam Maxwell will host, and Mike Lecolant will join for all the Metsian fun. Also joining them once more is Jaron from @NYM_News on Instagram!
The bullpen has been the source of pain the last 5 games, and though the Mets still control their fate, the fanbase has flashbacks of 2008 as Hansel Robles, Carlos Torres, and others do their thing. How much tinkering can you really do at this point? Even with all the moves, are you still concerned about the offense? Will the innings limits jeopardize winning NOW? So many questions, so many conversations...join in at 646-929-0337!
Talk to you at 8pm ET!
On this week's ScreenPicks Movie Show, we review three new films: Hansel and Gretel, Parker, and John Dies at the End.
Are you leaving a trail behind?
Become so digitally invisible that even Hackers can’t find you.
Your personal information is being exploited, sold, monitored, exchanged, catalogued; making you a target for political opportunists, scam artists, audits, identity theft and arrest.
When you are reading, searching or emailing online, when you make a purchase, rent a movie, travel; use your store discount card or enter a contest, purchase a travel ticket, passport or magazine subscription, the information you provide is being used by many more persons/groups than you originally intended.
You don’t need to be in trouble to be treated like a criminal when your personal information is being shared, sold and interpreted by authorities who think they have a right to snoop into your private affairs. Even if you don’t think you have anything to hide, the emails you write may be misinterpreted and end up causing you $1000’s in attorney fees just to clear your name and property.
Join Richard and Sharry as they speak with John Clark, the attorney behind Jack Luna’s field manual titled “How to be Invisible” in this information exploiting age.
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This week the Black Geeks review "Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters" starring Jeremy Renner & Gemma Arterton. And next week we'll be reviewing "Johhny Appleseed: Mummy Killer". Just kidding folks! This film version of the classic Brothers Grimm fairy tale, looks creepy, sexy, and violent - oh my! Let's see if the filmmakers can keep your hosts entertained or if they'll simply FAIL. We'll let you know whether this movie is a "Must see!", "Must skip", or "Ehh, wait till Netflix". Tune in this Sunday at 3:30 PST to find out!
The comparison is inevitable. How could it be otherwise? Tito Puente Jr. carries his father with him – imprinted on his physical being and locked in his soul. It’s in his looks, his joy, and his music. Tito, Jr. is on a passionate mission. The younger Puente is determined to nurture the musical legacy left by his father. He refuses to let his father become a distant memory. “He was just too vibrant, too exciting. There was magic in the music my father made. It made people happy all over the world.” He has found captive audiences who echo his passion. Crowds lured to a venue by the father are returning to see the son -- and to once again participate in the high voltage celebration that takes place on stage. Tito Puente, Jr. has become an audience favorite in casinos, performing arts centers, symphony halls and jazz festivals worldwide, performing more than 300 shows over the past 5 years. His 2004 album, “In My Father’s Shoes” featured the classic Puente titles and was spun into a BET Jazz television special of the same name. He was seen in a tribute to his father’s music on NBC’s two hour special--“The Apollo at 70: A Hot Night in Harlem.” He has also appeared on the ABC soap opera hit “One Life to Live” in performance with his big band. Symphony appearances include Dallas, San Antonio, Colorado, South Bend, and upcoming performances with the Palm Desert Symphony and the National Symphony Orchestra conducted by Marvin Hamlisch. Tito, Jr.’s new CD release, “Got Mambo?” is a mixture of the old and the new as he takes a musical departure into some powerful new music he can truly call his own. Guest artists Bobby Cruz and Hansel & Raul help make this a coming of age project for Puente, Jr. and the album is receiving heavy praise from Tropical and Latin Jazz critics alike.
Twice Scott Wolfe has faced this giant of a man. Twice he's barely escaped with his life. If Scott ever hopes to uncover the corruption that is shaping the free world, a confrontation with his most dangerous adversary is unavoidable.
Even though Scott has gone underground, it doesn't mean he's alone. He has reconnected with Kathrin, the golden-haired beauty who was with him when it all began. He'd long dreamed of the reunion. But now that Monkey Wrench and Gretel are reunited, something doesn't quite add up. Does he risk the blossoming romance to pry deeper? What if she is a danger to him? Will his emotions leave him blindsided by the truth?
Scott keeps driving deeper into the inner workings of the conspiracy, further from his support and closer to danger. Is it too soon for Scott to be on his own? That question might be answered before he's ready for it.