Based on Brian Selznick’s award winning and imaginative New York Times bestseller, The Invention of Hugo Cabret, Hugo is Martin Scorsese’s first film shot in 3D.
Cast: Asa Butterfield, Chloe Grace Moretz, Sacha Baron Cohen, Ben Kingsley, Jude Law, Ray Winstone, Christopher Lee, Helen McCrory, Richard Griffiths, Frances de la Tour, Emily Mortimer, Michael Stuhlbarg
For the Fall/Winter season 2011 Carhartt presents the Blackbird Fly camera in collaboration with PowerShovel.
The Blackbird Fly is modelled on the classic twin-lens medium format camera Rolleiflex, the double-barrel 35mm-film camera used by Andy Warhol and James Dean.
With the occasion of the new version of Mad Max to be released in2012, Ford decided to create a new Interceptor, the hero car.Visually impressive, Tom Hardy takes on the role of Max Rockatansky to drive the concept.
The couple just released a statement, claiming, “We have decided to end our marriage. This was a very difficult decision. We have come to an amicable conclusion on all matters.”
The story was first reported on People.com.
Demand was so high when reservations for passes to visit New York’s September 11 Memorial opened this week that the online box office temporarily crashed, see what the site will look like when it opens in September, on the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks
Aerial photo of the site, taken last month. The plaza will be filled with 400 oak trees, 250 of which will be planted by September 11 2011.
And this is how it’s going to look when done
This is no satellite photo from space. Instead, it is a map that reveals how keen Londoners are on social networking.
Created by Eric Fischer, the map combines data from the photo-sharing website Flickr and the micro-messaging network Twitter favoured by celebrities
The red dots represent Flickr pictures while the blue dots are tweets. The white dots seen in central London are locations that have been posted to both.
The map reveals Twitter is used across the metropolis of eight million people, while geo-tagged Flickr snaps are clustered south of the Thames, the river that is often seen as a cultural divide in the city.
The meandering river itself is mostly red, indicating the increased number of tourists taking photos and then uploading them to Flickr.
Mr Fischer has applied his magic to other big cities, including New York, Barcelona and Tokyo – as well as the entire globe.
If you want to see more cities mapped like this – Eric Fischer’s photostream