Tom Brady is going to live forever.Of this, we are almost certain.
A huge new expansion for 'The Legend of Zelda' launched overnight — a major surprise from Nintendo to fans
NintendoThe second major expansion to "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" surprise-launched overnight.A new trailer showcases the expansion, dubbed "The Champion's Ballad.
An investing legend who's nailed the bull market at every turn sees no end in sight for the 269% rally
(Bloomberg TV) Laszlo Birinyi, the investing legend, has nailed the eight-year bull market at every turn, and he sees stocks continuing to rise going forward.Laszlo Birinyi: I don't think people appreciate how much cash there is in today's market.
An investing legend who's nailed the bull market at every turn says betting on the VIX is a 'quick way to lose money'
(Investing legend Laszlo Birinyi says betting on the VIX is a "quick way to lose money.Legendary investor Laszlo Birinyi — who has nailed the eight-year bull market at every turn — is staying out of the fray completely.
An investing legend who's nailed the bull market at every turn shares the hidden secret of future stock gains
(Bloomberg TV) It's conventional stock market wisdom that when investors run out of fresh cash to deploy, the end of a rally is near.2% for mutual funds is "normal," showing that "skepticism abounds.
Perhaps it was an inherited movie gene, for her grandfather was, in his time, a legend of the silent screen.It's not Suzanne's favourite though.
When the Greek director Theo Angelopoulos won the Palme d'Or at last year's Cannes film festival for his film Eternity And A Day he was not overly surprised.Selecting a film virtually sight unseen seemed like bending the rules, but Angelopoulos insisted on his entitlement to favouritism.
The legends about Stanley Kubrick are, in their own right, the stuff of legend.Dr Strangelove's full title included the tag "Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb".
But, for all the sexually overheated headlines, were Schnitzler still with us he would have found the response comparatively tame.For La Ronde was one of the most notorious literary scandals of the first half of this century.
The director Charles Crichton, whose name is synonymous with Ealing comedy, has died at his home in South Kensington, London.In 1947 he directed his first Ealing comedy, Hue and Cry.
The country wanted a hero, the myths of the revolution were altogether too bloody, and France more or less invented the story of its patron saint.But much of the adulation is down to wishful thinking, Mr Caratini claims.
The Russian cellist Mstislav Rostropovitch sent them five years ago to the book's Russian author, Edvard Radzinsky, who has published works on Tsar Alexander and Stalin.Rostropovitch says he bought the "lost file" of interviews at a Sotheby's auction "somewhere on the continent" in 1995.
Peter O'Toole's face fills the frame of the director's monitor and the familiar blue eyes seem as cold and unwelcoming as Christmas at a Siberian nudist camp.Meanwhile, JJ's doctor tells him he is dying.
Yet Settings and Players, a museum-quality show of American work in the commercial gallery White Cube 2, makes it interesting once more.This is a valid documentary picture of contemporary American life.
They all have to agree, however, that a Nick Broomfield film is hard to ignore.It's true that Broomfield's slate has been very mixed since the vérité docs he made in the 70s and early 80s, exemplified by The Leader.
That's the great thing about the living legend tag.If I described him as a living legend we could argue about it 'til doomsday.
He had "slaves" who helped write numerous books and he wrote lengthily to earn more money.All I had to say in my translation was, "He rose from the chair", or even "He rose", as it is already clear he was sitting at a table.