A New Jersey couple, Heath and Deborah Campbell, are such Nazi-loving parents that they kindly named their children Adolf Hilter Campbell and JoyceLynn Aryan Nation Campbell. Already at three years old, the little boy unconsciously offends the neighborhood ShopRite, as they refused to inscribe it on his birthday cake!
Now dad is seeking justice. It's been noted in numerous studies that parents chose legendary, biblical and heroic names in the hopes that their child will embody those qualities. But just take a moment and imagine this little boy in school, making friends, later on in life going to interviews and conquering his own career. Unfathomable.... I'm embarrased to live in the same state and just can't wait to cross paths with these Campbells...!!!
My boyfriend will be beyond thrilled, as the Crow is ultimately his favorite movie!!! So much so, it's tattooed on his shoulder! The original Crow grossed more than $100 million and became legendary by the unfortunate death of Brandon Lee. Now, Blade's director, Stephen Norrington, wants a piece of that golden ticket, to remake the original, not add to the series of unsuccessful sequels. Just as Stephen's original Blade was fantastic, the ones that followed lacked it's luster. The question in this whole endeavor is what actor, if any, would possibly come close to filling Brandon Lee's shoes?
The original '94 version was dramatically gothic and stylized, Norrington says, "The new movie will be realistic, hard-edged and mysterious, almost documentary-style."
During a USAToday interview for her upcoming family oriented film, Marley & Me, with Owen Wilson, Jennifer Aniston answered quite frankly...
She goes on answering a light question with angered and frustrated compulsion, while Owen just sits back diplomatically...
Q: This couple's marriage is tested when they get the rambunctious yellow Lab, Marley. Can you relate to that?Aniston: Yeah. But it's not a happy ending to the story of that relationship. Let's put it this way: He got to keep the dog.
Owen dismisses a personal question and then evades it completely...
Q: How challenging is it promoting this big fun family movie when the public seems to be so curious about your own lives?
Aniston: I think it's ridiculous. There's just this insatiable need. I also haven't had a movie in a long time, so hopefully this is going to create something else to talk about and realize that I have a job, and I'm an actress.
Wilson: This is the nice part. You get to talk about the work.
Aniston: I am honestly getting sick of it, and I feel like telling people, "You know what? It's none of your (expletive) business." Seriously, it's enough. It's like we're appealing to the lowest …
Wilson:… the worst in human nature.
Aniston: And this is at a time when we should be so inspired and excited with what's happening with the president. It's a time to be positive and join together. We're just trying to entertain you, man. Don't shoot the messenger.
Q: And what about your dogs? Do they help you get through the difficult times?
(Wilson, who was hospitalized in 2007 after what police called a suicide attempt, walks out.)
Aniston: You're talking about the stupid stuff? Yes.
(When Wilson returns, the question is repeated.)
Aniston: They do help.
Wilson: Yeah. That sounded nice.
The interview is good in itself, but doesn't do justice to the book or it's author. I read John Grogan's Marley & Me and was absolutely besotted with it, perhaps because it's in tuned with my relationship with my puppy, Bullie. But truly, the editor could have delved deeper into some of the touching points in the book.
Marley & Me due to release in theater on Christmas Day.
Wanted: People who hang out with crooks
The Albuquerque, N.M., Police Department is running classified ads in newspapers to recruit informants. The Help Wanted ad invites “people who hang out with crooks” to “make some extra cash” by sharing information with police, up to $50 for drug-crime information, and $700 for murder. The ad assures potential applicants that their résumés won’t be scrutinized. “Drug use and criminal record OK,” says the ad.