Okay, okay, take it easy. We know that life in the underworld of Detroit crime can be tense and brutal, but all the folks on Low Winter Sun might be wise to try out a yoga class or something. In a new set of exclusive pics for this Sunday's episode of the AMC drama, we find characters like Det. Damon Callis (James Ransone) gritting his teeth and wagging his finger... only to receive the same treatment below, but with a far more lethal appendage matching eyes with the crooked detective.
Meanwhile, Trey Jackson (Kamal Angelo Bolden) gears up for what looks to be (if we're judging by an entire crowd of cringes and gasps in the next photo) one hell of a stint in the boxing ring. The newest episode finds Michael McGrady's character Brendan McCann implicated in a "low level" murder, which ups the ante on the DCD's central investigation. Check out these new images, and catch the ep on Sunday night at 10 PM.
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The most popular music video of 2013, "Blurred Lines" got a "music room" cover on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon on Thursday night. Big silver balloons should have spelled out, "Robin Thicke has a big d**k ... new schtick." Thicke was accompanied by The Roots and Jimmy Fallon's strong but sometimes wavering voice. Everyone in the video plays a different musical instrument that might be found in a typical elementary school music room to recreate this hit. Jimmy Fallon and The Roots maintain the same fun loving vibe as the original video, singing into spoon clappers and maracas.
Like in any elementary school's music room, there must have been a great deal of fighting to see who got to play what instrument. Judging by Tuba Gooding Jr.'s smile as he works the banana shaker, we think it's safe to assume it is he who won that fight. Kamal Gray seems pretty happy too, gently banging on his rainbow colored xylophone. One thing is for sure; The Roots knew that the original song sounded great but needed more cowbell.
While they stick pretty close to the original song, the talented Black Thought takes it in a new direction and raps his own love verse over of T.I.'s debatably "rapey" lyrics. Check out the lyrics to Black Thought's verse below:
Good girlfriends, I had a fewBut the best girlfriend I ever had is youI thank God for my blessings, it began with youSo I put a ring on it and I married youCome on and take a ride with me on a avenueIf you see it and you want it, you can have it booYou have these other girls getting mad at youCause you got brains, looks and attitudeCause my skill line is getting blurrierI come home to my own Miss AmericaI mean this ain’t no ordinary loveGo and bring it here to my girl, hurry upI'm watching, I'm waiting and they not you, so they hatingThey just angry cause you ain't basicI'ma give you a standing ovation
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Dr. No, Goldfinger, The Man With the Golden Gun — the villains that threaten James Bond are so vital to the 007 franchise their names (or descriptions) are often put right in the title. Everything about the Bond villains is larger than life, from their monikers to their schemes to their accents. And, as such, their identities often become entwined with their nationalities. Second World War allegiances and secret Nazi heritages are key to making the antagonists the Big Bad Evildoers that they are.
But the question is, is there one country that is more evil than all the rest? Whence do all the Bond baddies hail? It must be Germany, right? Or Russia? All the bad guys during the Cold War era were obviously from Russia. Right? Wrong! We got out our calculators and did some math and now know — because science — that the world's most evil country is…
Great Britain! Yep, you better believe it. The nation that brought us fish and chips, Cockney accents, and Victoria Beckham (née Spice) also delivered 4.5 Bond villains. Russia is a close second (with three) and Germany is not too far behind (1.5). Don't believe us? Here's the rundown:
Great Britain: 4.5
Auric Goldfinger,Goldfinger (While Goldfinger is presumed to be of German descent, he is in fact a British citizen. In Ian Fleming's novel he is Latvian, but for our purposes only the movies matter.)
Francisco Scaramanga, The Man With the Golden Gun
Elliot Carver, Tomorrow Never Dies
Elektra King, The World is Not Enough
Gustav Graves, Die Another Day (As Graves was formerly North Korean Tan-Gun Moon, he only receives half a point.)
Colonel Rosa Klebb, From Russia With Love
Georgi Koskov, The Living Daylights
Renard, The World is Not Enough
Max Zorin, A View to Kill
Dr. Julius No, Dr. No (Dr. No is half German, half Chinese, so he therefore gets half a point for his German heritage.)
Kamal Khan, Octopussy
Dr. Kananga/Mr. Big, Live and Let Die (Of course we know that the Caribbean isn't a country, but Mr. Big is from the fictional isle of San Monique.)
Alec Trevelyan, GoldenEye
Aristotle Kristato, For Your Eyes Only
Emilio Largo, Thunderball
Ernst Stavro Blofeld, From Russia with Love, Thunderball, You Only Live Twice, On Her Majesty's Secret Service, Diamonds Are Forever, For Your Eyes Only
South America: 1
Franz Sanchez, License to Kill (It is only implied that Sanchez is Colombian, but not made explicitly clear.)
Karl Stromberg, The Spy Who Loved Me
United States of America: 1
Brad Whitaker, The Living Daylights
Dr. Julius No, Dr. No (Dr. No's mother was Chinese; his father a German missionary.)
North Korea: .5
Colonel Tan-Gun Moon, Die Another Day (Due to a DNA transplant, Moon later becomes Gustave Graves; therefore he receives half a point.)
Hugo Dax, Moonraker (Believed to be German, but not stated)
Le Chiffre, Casino Royale (Believed to be Albanian, but not stated)
Dominic Greene, Quantum of Solace
Raoul Silva, Skyfall
Food for thought: Even though Ernst Stavro Blofeld is just one man, he has made appearances (even though some were small) in six Bond films. Could this make Poland the most evil country? Discuss.
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The Mean Girls star found herself at the centre of a new scandal amid claims she struck Thaer Kamal with her Porsche as she left The Sayers Club in L.A. in March (12).
After initially telling cops he didn't require medical attention, the alleged victim checked into a hospital emergency room for treatment and threatened to file an incident report.
Lohan denied the accusations and branded the claim "a complete lie".
However, the investigation stalled as neither Lohan nor Kamal chose to co-operate with officers, who were left with little evidence to prove a crime had been committed.
Authorities passed the files on to the District Attorney's office on Friday (04May12) to decide upon any possible charges, but the case was rejected after officials deemed Kamal a "non-credible witness", according to TMZ.com.
Detectives also studied surveillance tapes from the night in question and found there was "no collision".
The Mean Girls star has denied claims she bumped her Porsche into a man identified as Thaer Kamal as she left The Sayers Club in the early hours of 14 March (12), but her alleged victim checked into a hospital emergency room for treatment after initially telling cops he didn't require medical attention.
A police investigation reportedly stalled because Lohan, who has no obligation to co-operate with the authorities, failed to get in touch with them. Kamal, who threatened to file an incident report, has also steered clear of the cops, leaving them with little evidence to prove a crime had been committed.
However, according to Eonline.com, authorities will pass the case to the District Attorney's office on Friday (04May12) to establish whether charges should be brought against Lohan.
The actress, who recently filmed a guest appearance on TV hit Glee, has been working to rebuild her reputation since her probation from a 2007 conviction for driving under the influence (DUI) was terminated in March (12).
The Mean Girls star has denied claims she bumped her Porsche into a man identified as Thaer Kamal as she left The Sayers Club in the early hours of 14 March (12). Her alleged victim initially told cops he didn't require medical attention, but he subsequently checked into a hospital emergency room for treatment and was reportedly ready to press charges against Lohan.
Officers are interested in questioning the actress about the incident, but their investigation has since stalled as Lohan, who has no obligation to co-operate, has failed to get in touch with police.
Kamal has also stayed away from cops - and in a bizarre twist, TMZ.com reports he is being investigated for multiple instances of insurance fraud. The man, who allegedly goes by numerous monikers, is accused of staging car accidents and filing hoax claims.
If detectives drop the case it will be good news for Lohan - she is nearing the end of her probation period and is due in court next week (29Mar12) for her final progress hearing.
The Bollywood music legend, simply known as Ravi, passed away on Wednesday (07Mar12) at a hospital in Mumbai, India after suffering two heart attacks, according to Variety.com.
The composer wrote music for more than 70 films during his career, including Bollywood hits Chaudhvin ka chand, Humraaz, Waqt and Neel kamal.
He hit headlines after the release of Danny Boyle's 2008 drama Slumdog Millionaire because one of his songs from 1957 movie Narsi Bhagat was featured in the film as a question in the gameshow sequence.
However, the track was wrongly accredited to 15th century poet Surdas.