2013 Best Picture Nominees: What 'The Wolf of Wall Street' Means to Viacom, Inc.
Eight times the Academy has nominated Martin Scorsese for achievement in directing, yet he's only won once. Will The Wolf of Wall Street bring his second Oscar? Sources: Facebook, Paramount Pictures. Even if Martin Scorsese wins his second Oscar for …
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Oscars 2104: Movie that wins Best Picture likely to be based on real events
This year, a total of six of the films nominated for Best Picture are true (or true-ish) stories. They include not only 12 Years a Slave and American Hustle, the two favourites for the top prize, but also Dallas Buyers Club, Captain Phillips, The Wolf …
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GOP Senate Candidate Posted And Mocked Gruesome X-Ray Images On …
Kansas Republican Senate candidate Milton Wolf is under fire after a devastating story detailed how the radiologist posted and commented on gruesome X-ray photos of his patients on Facebook. Wolf, who is challenging incumbent Republican Pat Roberts in …
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The Worst Oscar Smear Campaigns: From 'Good Will Hunting' to 'The Wolf of …
'The Wolf of Wall Street' and 'Blue Jasmine' have come under fire this awards season by the media, who've pumped out various hit pieces during the run-up to the Oscars. But the practice of the Oscar smear campaign is nothing new. Here are the worst in …
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NRC considers new wolf hunt
Hunters did not reach the quota, killing a total of 23 wolves from three Upper Peninsula wolf management zones. The bag limit was one wolf per hunter for the season. No trapping was allowed. The hunt was designed to lessen wolf conflicts with animals …
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Hollywood, CA (PRWEB) February 06, 2014
Elisabeth Moss may have scored a Globe this year for her role in Top of the Lake, but the gig also has her pitted against her Mad Men co-star January Jones in a more unlikely competition: who’ll take home Best Celebrity Nude Debut at Mr. Skin’s 15th Annual Anatomy Awards! While the Academy Awards celebrate the previous year’s outstanding achievements in areas such as acting and directing, the Anatomy Awards pay tribute to those who bared their ‘souls’ (and everything else) in film and television throughout 2013. As Hollywood braces to discover who’ll receive the industry’s most covetous honor, TV/movie fans can head to Mr. Skin to vote for their favorites starting today.
In a season filled with stuffy awards show, only one competition features categories including Best Breast & Breast Picture. Below please find the complete list of nominations for the 2013 Anatomy Awards:
Oona Chaplin in Game of Thrones
Maggie Grace in Californication
Ellen Hollman in Spartacus
Catalina Rodriguez in Magic City
Elena Satine in Magic City
Celebrity Nude Debut:
Kate Bosworth in Big Sur
Shiri Appleby in Girls
Maggie Grace in Californication
January Jones in Sweetwater
Elizabeth Moss in Top of the Lake
Best Full Frontal:
Rosario Dawson in Trance
Lady Gaga in Abromavic Method
Jamie Gray Hyder in True Blood
Ivana Milicevic in Banshee
Riki Lindhome in Hell Baby
The Wolf of Wall Street
Blue is the Warmest Color
The Look of Love
Best TV Show
Orange is the New Black
Game of Thrones
Masters of Sex
Lindsay Lohan in the Canyons
Meghan Falcone in Californication
Gracie Gilbert in Underbelly
Betty Gilpin in Nurse Jackie
Emily Ratajkowski in Blurred Lines Video
Nudecomer of the Year:
Margot Robbie in The Wolf of Wall Street
Taylor Schilling in Orange is the New Black
Natalie Hall in +1
Rose McIver in Masters of Sex
After 15 years as the foremost authority on celebrity nudity, Mr. Skin says one of the biggest changes he’s seen in the Hollywood nudity biz is the shift from film to television. “The TV landscape has become much more provocative over the past decade and a half, thanks to premium networks who’ve made the experience on par with watching an R rated feature film,” quips Mr. Skin. Of the networks nominated, Showtime leads with 7, followed by Starz with 5, and HBO with 4.
The baron of birthday suits obsession with “celebrating the nudity in film” dates back before the internet, to the year 1980 when as a senior in high school, his parents decided to get cable TV. McBride immediately put his photographic memory to use, fast-forwarding all his favorite movies past the dialogue and straight to the “good parts.” His unusual hobby continued throughout his years at Indiana U, where he received degree in business. After a friend invited him to appear on a local radio show to share his encyclopedia of nudie knowledge, it became apparent he had something special. Mr. Skin was prominently featured in Judd Apatow’s hit movie Knocked Up and as well as being a regular guest on The Howard Stern Show.
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Billings, Mont. (PRWEB) January 21, 2014
Superman, Batman and Ironman are powerfully built with great powers. They never lose their appeal to readers of all ages. “When You Say My Name Just Whisper” author JB Welzenbach has created a true hero that children and teens all over the world can emulate and draw strength from. There is a little of Val in every reader of this entertaining fiction.
“When you say my name Just Whisper” is the first of a series of science fiction works based on four worlds existing simultaneously intertwined through a series of windows. In this first book, the protagonist Val Orr is thrust from the safety and security of his home into the world of Necturn where he learns how to use unimaginable power; but even with such power he is unable to save his beloved sister. Looking for revenge he follows his sister’s killers through a window to the earth world not knowing if he will survive in this endeavor.
This highly engrossing book is a great example of science fiction filled with all sorts of amazing characters and intriguing plotlines.
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JB Welzenbach, born and raised in Wolf Point, Mont., now makes his home in Billings, Mont. with his wife of 42 years. Welzenbach spent 13 months in Vietnam and returned home to a country that did not believe in the war and soldiers faded into former lives coping the best they could. Welzenbach is proud to be a veteran and is pleased the recognition soldiers of all wars are now given. Please contact him at jimwelzenbach(at)gmail(dot)com with any pictures you may like to have in his future books. Reference Whisper in your email.
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New York (PRWEB) January 17, 2014
Securities lawyers at the Peiffer Rosca law firm, the Law Office of Christopher J. Gray, P.C. and the Wolf Legal law firms handling arbitration claims on behalf of investors throughout the United States, are investigating Allen Olander, a financial advisor formerly based in Palmdale, California.
Specifically, attorneys are investigating Allen Olander’s sales of variable annuities to some of his customers in connection with retirement and financial advice that Olander provided to customers out of his financial planning office in Palmdale.
Allen Olander has recently been sanctioned by the securities industry regulators allegedly as a result of his sales of variable annuities to some elderly investors and other alleged violations. The variable annuities were allegedly unsuitable and caused the investors to suffer losses, according to the securities regulators’ charges. See FINRA Letter of Acceptance, Waiver and Consent (“AWC”) No. 2010025311501 re. Allen B. Olander, CRD # 2304599, dated December 5, 2013, FINRA Department of Enforcement.
Olander consented to a thirteen-month suspension from the security industry, without admitting or denying the regulators’ factual findings, according to the FINRA AWC. The regulators declined to asses a monetary sanction against him, noting that he filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy protection in 2012, according to the same source.
Attorney Chris Gray represents Olander investors and is seeking compensation for alleged variable annuity–related losses from Olander’s former employer, a securities broker-dealer that employed him during the period when the sales took place and had a duty to supervise and approve Olander’s activities. He is seeking compensation for alleged investor losses from that broker-dealer firm.
“Securities broker-dealers have a duty to reasonably monitor their brokers’ activities and prevent them from selling unsuitable investments to their customers,” said attorney Joe Peiffer. “We intend to fight for investors who lost money invested in unsuitable variable annuities based on questionable recommendations by their brokers,” said attorney Chris Gray.
Olander investors who purchased variable annuities at his recommendation and believe such annuities were unsuitable for their risk profiles may contact the securities lawyers at Peiffer Rosca attorney Chris Gray, or attorney Adam Wolf toll free at 888-998-0520 for a free, no-obligation evaluation of their recovery options.
The Peiffer Rosca attorneys and attorney Chris Gray often represent victims of fraudulent investment schemes. They take most cases on behalf of victimized investors on a contingency fee basis, advancing case costs themselves and recovering their fees and costs only from amounts recovered on behalf of the investors.
Investors may contact attorneys Peiffer, Gray, or Wolf to discuss possible cases involving Allen Olander at (888) 998-0520 or newcases(at)investorlawyers(dot)net for a confidential, no-cost consultation. Additional information concerning possible claims involving Allen Olander is accessible at http://www.olanderinvestors.com.