Miranda Lambert Gets A Bob Haircut--See Her Shorter 'Do!
Miranda Lambert Gets A Bob Haircut--See Her Shorter 'Do!
12 Things You Didn't Know About 'Batman Returns
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Miranda Lambert's makeover continues! The country singer has talked about how turning 30 motivated her to get fit and it seems entering a new decade has also inspired a major mane change. On Monday the singer debuted a bob haircut at a party celebrating her new album Platinum. The singer's chin-length crop sat high above her strapless pink frock and simple pearl necklace.
12 Things You Didn't Know About 'Batman Returns' In the 1992 movie 'Batman Returns,' Batman protects Gotham City from The Penguin and Catwoman. There are facts about this movie you never knew. 001 Bruce Wayne's Parents In the previous 'Batman' movies, there are references to the murder of Bruce Wayne's parents. In 'Batman Returns,' there is no reference to his parents. ----- 002 The Penguin for Mayor In 'Batman Returns,' The Penguin runs for mayor. This is not the first time, in two of the 1960's television episodes he ran for mayor. ----- 003 Extra Weight Michael Keaton had to carry around extra weight for his role as Batman. His costume was 55 pounds. ----- 004 David Bowie David Bowie was the first considered for the role of Max Shreck. Bowie turned it down and Christopher Walken got the role. ----- 005 Dustin Hoffman Before the director cast Danny DeVito as The Penguin, Dustin Hoffman was the first considered for the role. Other actors considered include John Candy, Christopher Lloyd, and Marlon Brando. ----- 006 Annette Bening Michelle Pfeiffer was not originally cast for the role of Catwoman. Annette Bening was to play Catwoman, but pulled out of the film after becoming pregnant. ----- 007 Tight Cat Suit Michelle Pfeiffer's cat suit was so tight, it lead to a few problems. After getting into the suit, she was limited on time to do the scenes before getting light-headed. She also could not hear her own voice, so she would sometimes shout her lines. ----- 008 Multiple Cat Suits Filming for 'Batman Returns' lasted 6 months. In that time, Michelle Pfeiffer went through 60 cat suits. Each cost $1,000. ----- 009 Burgess Meredith Originally, Burgess Meredith, the Penguin on the TV series, was going to appear in 'Batman Returns' as the Penguin's father. Unfortunately, he was ill and unable to film the scene. ----- 010 Marlon Wayans Once again there was a discussion to add Robin to this film but the idea was nixed. Marlon Wayans originally was to play Robin in the eventual follow up for Batman Returns. However, after a script rewrite and a new director, Chris O'Donnell replaced Wayans ----- 011 Danny DeVito Danny DeVito took his role seriously. He stayed in character as The Penguin in between takes. ----- 012 Penguins The real penguins used in 'Batman Returns' came from England. The penguins traveled to the United States in a refrigerated plane. When arriving on set, they stayed in a refrigerated trailer and had their own swimming pool.
----- 000 13 Things You Won't Believe Your Pet Does While You're Not At Home Ever wonder what your furry friends are up to while you're at work? These shots reveal the shocking truth! ----- 001 Go to the hair salon Blowouts galore! ----- 002 Practice their latest dance routine Everyone loves a good mambo line. ----- 003 Attempt to help you file your taxes So that's why there were erase marks all over my w-2... ----- 004 Enjoy the enriching benefits from yoga Namaste. ----- 005 Take up a new hobby What? You've never seen a mini saxophone ----- 006 Create unexpected sleep stations, like on top of a bike That does not look comfortable... ----- 007 Or in a jar This guy's resourceful. ----- 008 Or in your...dishwasher??? Really Sylvester, the dishwasher? ----- 009 Try on your clothes So that's why my jeans seemed stretched out. ----- 010 Hog the TV I see you're not following the "3 feet away from the screen" rule. ----- 011 Wear your wigs around the house Mmm, orange is not a good color on you. ----- 012 Play with your makeup You look surprised... ----- 013 But at the end of the day... all they want is for you to come home.
The 10 Highest Paid Animal Actors of All Time When thinking of Hollywood's elite, one must not forget the animal actors that make our favorite movies what they are. Rin Tin Tin A German shepherd dog, Rin Tin Tin was rescued and trained by an American soldier during WWI. The dog starred in 26 movies for them, which earned him a salary of $6,000 per week. Keiko Keiko the killer whale played the famous Willy in the "Free Willy" movies. In full, Keiko made over $36 million. While this would be enough to buy a mansion, the killer whale instead gained its freedom in 2002 and was released back into the ocean. Bart The Alaskan brown bear, Bart, was paid upwards to $1 million for the role he played in "The Edge" movie. During the 1980's and 1990 he starred in a variety of other movies including "The Great Outdoors" and "Legends of the Fall," a career that earned him more than $6 million. Pal Pal the collie is best known for his role as the first dog that played the famous hero dog Lassie in the movie of the same title. During this filming, Pal made up to $4,000 per week, a salary that is valued today at $51,000 per week. Moose Moose is the famous Jack Russell terrier that played the role of the dog Eddie on the show "Frasier." He earned over $10,000 for each episode. Crystal Crystal has acted in movies such as "Night at the Museum" and "The Hangover Part II" as well as about 20 other films. In addition to its film career, the monkey was well known for its role on the TV series "Animal Practice" where it was paid $12,000 per episode, a job that totaled about $264,000 each season. Terry the lovable terrier that played Dorthy's sidekick Toto in "The Wizard of Oz." During the filming, Terry suffered a broken foot, but this didn't affect her pay of over $125 a week, a salary higher than the human actors that played the Munchkins. Skippy Skippy the terrier is famous for his role as Asta in the "Thin Man" movies. He averaged around $250 a week. Trigger known as "The Smartest Horse In The Movies" because he could take direction and perform over 100 tricks all from voice commands. It is estimated that this talented horse made about $75 a week. Higgins Better known as Benji, this lovable pup is the top paid animal actor of all time. Trained to be on the big screen by his owner, Frank Inn, he became one of the most beloved animal actors of all time.
000 12 Unusual Facts About Kissing Kissing is one of the most intimate and fun things people can do, but there is probably a lot of things you don't know about kissing. Here are 10 shocking facts about kissing. 001 Making Out is Exercise A hour long kissing session can burn up to 120 calories. This means you burn about 2 calories per minute while kissing. 002 Lips Your lips are 100 times more sensitive than the tips of your fingers. Your lips are even more sensitive than your genitals. 003 Tip Your Head Two thirds of people choose to tip their head to the right when kissing someone. Which way do you tip your head? 004 Kissing Equals Love According to one study, men are more particular about who they kiss than who they find themselves in bed with. The report suggests that men associate kissing more with love rather than intercourse. 005 World Record The record for the longest kiss belongs to two Americans, Rich Langley and Louisa Almedovar. The kiss lasted for 30 hours and 59 minutes. 006 Science Simple kissing uses one muscle, called the orbicularis oris. This muscle is in charge of puckering your lips. The science of kissing is called philematology. French kissing involves a total of 34 muscles. 007 Longer Life Studies have shown that husbands who kiss their wives before work tend to live about five years longer than husbands who don't. 008 Good for Your Teeth The anticipation of kissing causes your mouth to create excess saliva. Saliva protects your teeth from bacteria, food particles, plaque, and viruses. 009 Kamasutra There are 30 different types of kissing listed in the Kamasutra, including a type of kiss called "fighting of the tongue." 010 Dirty Mouth Your mouth is dirtier than you think. Your mouth contains a lot of bacteria. When two people kiss, it's estimated that they are exchanging anywhere between 10 million to 1 billion bacteria. 011 The Origination of the Word Kiss The word kiss actually came from the old English word cyssan, which basically means "to kiss." Nobody is exactly sure where the word cyssan originated from, but some people believe it represented the sound that comes from kissing. 012 10 Percent of the World Doesn't Kiss 90% of all of the world's cultures kiss, the remaining 10% doesn't for certain reasons. For instance, some people in specific areas of Sudan don't kiss out of fear. These people are afraid because they believe the mouth is the window to the soul, and someone could steal their soul if they were to have mouth-to-mouth contact.
Kim Kardashian had a nip-slip while leaving her hotel in Paris on Thursday, (March 5, 2015). The 34-year-old reality star was exiting the Royal Monceau hotel with her husband, Kanye West , when she had a wardrobe malfunction. The couple was going to the Lanvin show at Paris Fashion Week when Kardashian’s see-through dress showed a little bit too much! Kardashian didn’t seem to notice the nip-slip, she just continued to walk to the car that was waiting for her and West.
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