Sure, a lot of games have 3D graphics, with fully rounded character models and everything, but their playgrounds are essentially flat - Avatar in 2D. The Secret Castle is reach-through-the-screen 3D (without the glasses), letting players...Show More Summary
Pickled eggs. Eggs pickled? About twenty of them float in a screw top glass jar, sat between Tuckins teacakes dressed in red and silver foil, and packets of pork scratchings, my favourite snack, 80p.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire star Jennifer Lawrence is getting ready to step behind the camera to produce her first film. In an interview with the Associated Press she spoke about producing The Glass Castle, saying that her mom encouraged … Continue reading »
Earth (and glass) shattering news! Jennifer Lawrence is taking her first shot (not of alcohol, or with a bow and arrow) at producing, as she will produce the film The Glass Castle, which she will also star in! We reported earlier how Jennifer Lawrence had expressed an interest in the movie, but now that interest seems to [...]
She’s been busy promoting her forthcoming flick “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire,” but Jennifer Lawrence isn’t content to remain solely an actress. For her next project “The Glass Castle,” the “Winter’s Bone” babe will serve as bothShow More Summary
(BEVERLY HILLS, Calif.) — Jennifer Lawrence will not only star in the upcoming film adaptation of Jeanette Walls’ 2005 best-selling memoir “The Glass Castle,” the project will also mark her first time as a producer. “I don’t know ifShow More Summary
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. -- BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — Jennifer Lawrence will not only star in the upcoming film adaptation of Jeanette Walls' 2005 best-selling memoir "The Glass Castle," the project will also mark her first time as a...Show More Summary
Detroit circa 1910. "Griswold Street south from Michigan Avenue." And a view of the recently completed Ford Building. 8x10 glass negative. View full size.
Pretty much as soon as it was announced that Jeannette Walls’ memoir, “The Glass Castle,” was going to be adapted into a feature film, it was also announced that Jennifer Lawrence was attached to star in the prospective project, and the pairing of performer with material made perfect sense. Show More Summary
The Short Term 12 helmer will also rewrite the script. This adaptation is based on Jeanette Walls' memoir. [...]
When Jennifer Lawrence isn't stealing the trailer for "American Hustle," she's lining up a surfeit of major roles. The Oscar-winning actress is set to star in two films for "Hunger Games" director Gary Ross -- adaptations of the novels...Show More Summary
First things first, if you haven't seen it yet, I highly recommend watching Destin Cretton's film Short Term 12 as soon as possible. One of those films that will probably be one of your favorites this year. We're very big fans of filmmaker...Show More Summary
First reported last year, Lionsgate has plans to adapt Jeanette Walls' bestselling memoir The Glass Castle for the big screen with Jennifer Lawrence attached to star. Today, Variety reports that Short Term 12 helmer Destin Cretton is in talks to direct. Show More Summary
"Museum" may be a more apt term for the Jeju Glass Castle Theme Park since everything is made from shaped glass and is not really conducive to the roughhousing usually associated with a raucous fun fair. The delicate collection is divided into indoor and outdoor sections, each with their own variety of delicate glasswork. Show More Summary
photos by Dana (distortion) Yavin Queens of the Stone Age / Crystal Castles / Ghost Alice Glass [of Crystal Castles] and co. appeared on stage right on schedule. Just like last time, Glass brought along a bottle of booze which...
Washington, D.C., circa 1920. "551-53-55 Randolph St. N.W." We'll take the one next to the castle. National Photo Company glass negative. View full size.
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This is one use for Google Glass that may never have occurred to us. While recently at Leeds Castle in England, a man got down on one knee and popped life's most important question, recording the action through this new piece of technology. "If you were my queen, I'd buy you a million castles," he smoothly says. Show More Summary
This is a video of Breon Nagy proposing to his girlfriend atop Leeds Castle while wearing Google Glass. It's just the right amount of sweet and sappy to make you get a little choked up when she says, "Of course I will!" clearing throat I mean, not that I did personally or anything. I proposed to my girlfriend through Google Glass. Show More Summary
Just how mind-blowing are the most expensive homes in the world? Three stories high, indoor and outdoor pool, tennis court, glass walls? The reality is, that most of us, will never get to live in great mansions or castles, but it is always fun to see how people with a lot of money choose to [...]