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Hollywood Animal Safety Group Denies ‘Life of Pi’ Tiger ‘Damn Near Drowned’

Plan to put their December 15 San Francisco wedding on pay per view. For 1495. You can watch that three hour program which will feature performances I journey tower of power and other musical gap. Katie Couric is keeping busy site internet Yahoo! -- name of Islam and its new global anchor signing her to host an interview show to -- on the site's homepage. <br>Source:

A Hollywood Reporter investigation says theAmerican Human Association (AHA), tasked with issuing the No Animals Were Harmed trademark in film credits, overlooked incidences of abuse, but the nonprofit said the report was misleading. I really think that the article does not paint a very accurate picture of the program and the hard work that we do out there in the field,AHA senior advisor Karen Rosa told AFP. The report featured an email from an AHA member monitoringLife of Pi, Ang Lees film about a boy and a Bengal tiger trapped on a boat, saying the tiger, known as Richard Parker in the movie, damn near drowned in one scene. Rosa said she believes the member was exaggerating, but overall the animal was not harmed. Cats are good swimmers! she said. <br>Source:

Hollywood producer Arnon Milchan admits double life as Israeli spy

He was also an independent producer of such seminal films as 1974's "Chinatown" and infamous flops as 1980's "Popeye" and 1984's "The Cotton Club." There was a dalliance with cocaine and he was even briefly implicated but never charged in the "Cotton Club" murder case. But just as a phoenix rises from the ashes, Evans made a comeback with his delectable 1994 memoir "The Kid Stays in the Picture" and the subsequent 2002 documentary hit based on the book. There was even an animated series based on his life, "Kid Notorious," and a Sirius radio show, "In Bed With Robert Evans." "I've had the highest of highs and the lowest of lows," Evans said. "I'm sitting here now with you feeling 10 feet tall." On a recent late afternoon Evans is sitting in the dining room of his famed Beverly Hills home, Woodland. <br>Source:,0,5816621.story

Hollywood producer Robert Evans revels in the 'flare of the dare'

"I did it for my country and I'm proud of it," said Milchan, who ran a successful fertilizer company in Israel before making it big in Hollywood. Even there, he says he continued with his clandestine work while maintaining close ties with kim kardashian movies Israel's leadership. The admission confirms what was first reported by authors Joseph Gelman and Meir Doron in the 2011 book, "Confidential, The Life of Secret Agent Turned Hollywood Tycoon Arnon Milchan" in which they detail how the Hollywood producer was recruited to the highly sensitive Bureau of Science Liaison (also known by the Hebrew acronym LAKAM) in the 1960s by Israels current President and Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Shimon Peres. The LAKAMs mission was to secure nuclear material and technology for Israels clandestine nuclear weapons program by any means necessary. Milchan was described in the book as the Chuck Norris of the Bureau, and its most productive and daring secret agent. The bureau was disbanded in 1987 after it was implicated in the spying affair for which Jonathan Pollard, a civilian intelligence analyst for the U.S. <br>Source:

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