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King Arthur was a success even before it came out, at least for guys who like guy movies. It's got everything that a great action saga needs: fierce battle sequences, a hot chick and a passable plot. King Arthur is chock full of sword fighting and arrow slinging, Keira "please bear my children" Knightley, and one of the greatest epic tales of all time. Then, throw in a ton of testosterone-soaked explosions. You do the math.
"What's Ramones?" Mike Skinner, the one-man act of The Streets, asks from his cell phone, en route to Utah. "I think a lot of people made those comparisons to me," Skinner explains, "I'm talking about my life on every track."
Vin Diesel has the mental capacity of a Lego Block. That becomes clear as Diesel, once an up-and-coming action hero, reprises one of his most Neanderthal-like roles. Once again, he's Riddick, the only evil that is evil enough to combat an even greater evil.
"Heavy punk rock is the best way to describe it," explains Ben Perri, lead singer of From Autumn to Ashes. "It's got elements of hardcore. It's got elements of rock 'n' roll. It's got elements of punk." Since their start in 2000, the Long Island-based quintet has opened for Thursday and Taking Back Sunday, rocked out at "punk rock summer camp," the Warped Tour, and gone on MTV's Headbangers' Ball. At 26, he feels he's grown up a lot. After witnessing his moshing fans, though, Perri hasn't lost his ability to command thunderous crowds.
She's the same old Alanis. She's been a victim. She's been a bitch. She's gotten better.
Large groups looking for fast, friendly service and a BYO Tequila option should look no further than El Azteca. It's Mexican, tasty, and with prices in the $8-$12 range, it's fairly inexpensive. Heaping portions of burritos, enchiladas and quesadillas make the restaurant -- located in Center City -- a great lunch and dinner option. Plus, there's nearly no wait.
Yainni Akritidis wasn't always the superstar dealer of crepes he is today. After rising through the ranks of Le Petit Creperie (that's French for "the little creperie"), the now 33-year-old, crepe-guy extraordinaire bought his own cart. Best of all, it is called the Crepewalk, and is open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday through Friday.
San Antonio, TX. The Alamo story has graced film reels more than a dozen times. It's Davy Crockett, Jim Bowie and Colonel Travis: add a few more ingredients, stir and repeat. Disney's version isn't the R-rated bloodbath that the original director Ron Howard wanted; it's John Lee Hancock's character-based look at a crucial part of Texas history. At the Westin Hotel, Street spoke with the director and the cast of The Alamo.
Coheed and Cambria is "progressive rock, definitely not run-of-the-mill." Occasionally lumped into emo, or emo-core, the group's rock stylings are comparable to those of close friends and frequent tourmates, Thursday and Thrice. The upstate New York-based quartet has played on the Warped Tour, in Japan and throughout the United States.
What happened last night [at Wrestlemania]?
Carnage, carnage, blood, blood and then more carnage. The remake of the 1974 horror classic Dawn of the Dead retains elements of the original, while changing the story entirely. There are still zombies, a mall and a cast of survivors. But these zombies aren't of the helplessly slow kind. The savages leap around, shrieking incessantly and tearing at any speck of human flesh they can get their blood-thirsty mits on.
Every Sunday at midnight, a small, dedicated and "larger than you'd think" group of viewers -- primarily freshmen -- tune in to Midnight Live, UTV's longest running and most popular show. The hosts -- junior Jason Kaufman and sophomore Trang Do -- keep the energy high, while sophomore Executive Producer Dave Reisner and sophomore Producer Liz Thomas make sure that the show runs smoothly behind-the-scenes. It's very informal and fun, and as the only remaining live show on UTV, it's special.
Getting punched in the face really hurts. Doing it for a living is brutal and difficult. Yet both are easier than taking a no-name boxer to the championship, especially as a woman.
Avril 50 is more than just a home to 3,000 or so periodicals, coffee, tea and tobacco products. For the many loyal customers, it is an escape from a harsh reality. It's a place on Penn's campus where the world stops moving for a few minutes. And for owner John (Yahya) Shahidi, from 7 a.m. - 6 p.m. every day but Sunday, it is an oasis.
A friend once suggested that if I really hated vegetarians I should walk around campus with a cow in tow. Every 10 paces or so, I'd stab the bovine and a little blood would spurt out. Not enough to kill it, but enough that there'd be a steady trail of blood down Locust Walk. And, once I had everyone's attention, I'd start slicing off more important body parts -- organs, I dunno. It's all very rough now, but let's just say that arterial spray is critical. Do I have your attention yet?
Backstage at the Electric Factory, the quintet known as O.A.R., all clad in blue jeans and assorted rock 'n' roll t-shirts, could easily be mistaken for a group of college kids -- the same crowd that makes up the majority of the band's fanbase. A grassroots effort, propelled almost entirely by word-of-mouth, O.A.R. is a jam band phenomenon now steered by Atlantic Records. They're all 24 or 25 years old and down to earth. As Street walks in, they are marveling at the news that saxophonist "Jerry [DePizzo] quit smoking."
Beverly Hills, Ca. After talking with the stars of Win a Date with Tad Hamilton for a few seconds, it becomes obvious that they are all perfectly suited to the roles they play in the film. The romantic comedy needed a believable "biggest movie star in the world," and it found him in the virtually unknown Josh Duhamel (All My Children). It required a beautiful yet approachable woman able to successfully portray a credible love interest for someone who dates models, and Kate Bosworth (Blue Crush) fits the bill. And, it needed an underdog: Topher Grace (That 70's Show) is that guy.
:Frontman Justin Williams, who has "been playing in bands since [he] was 14, traveling since [he] was 15," joined The Talk about two years ago. The 26-year-old Williams always wanted to be a skateboarder and was sponsored at a young age, but "let it go" when he started drinking too heavily. Now, "pretty much sober," Justin is focused on playing better music and growing with each album.
Serving both Japanese and Korean fare, Han Wool provides a serviceable alternative to other local sushi hangouts. It's slightly cheaper than Nara and lacks the ber-trendy kitsch of Pod. Otherwise -- in terms of sushi -- Han Wool tucks the rice in right where it belongs.
Angie Aparo's got a beef with the record industry. The singer/songwriter -- known for hits "Spaceship" and "Hush" off 2000's The American -- is currently between labels and has been unable to garner radio play. Name dropping from the get-go, Aparo revealed his connections to Faith Hill, Edwin McCain and his hero, Neil Young.