Friday, 12 November 2004
Moore is currently planning a sequel to his controversial film
“Fahrenheit 9/11,” which criticizes President George W. Bush over
September 11, the war on terrorism and more. As reported to Daily
Variety magazine, Moore said he met with Harvey Weinstein of Miramax,
who produced Fahrenheit 9/11, and are hoping to complete the film in
Monday, 11 October 2004
Christopher Reeve died Sunday at 52 of complications from an infection
caused by a bedsore. On Saturday, he went into cardiac arrest at his
New York home and fell into a coma and died late Sunday at a hospital.
Wednesday, 06 October 2004
Jerry Del Colliano
Rodney Dangerfield died Tuesday in Los Angeles, apparently due to
complications from heart surgery, says CNN. Dangerfield is best known
for his self-deprecating “I Don’t Get No Respect” humor and witty
one-liners. His fans and supporters around the world including the
Comedy Store on Sunset Strip and Penn & Teller are paying their respects.
Friday, 01 October 2004
has inked a naming rights agreement with the San Francisco 49ers, which
had renamed the historic Candlestick Park to Monster Park. Monster is a
San Francisco-based company founded by native San Franciscan Noel Lee,
and was selected over four other pre-approved companies, which included
Oracle, Virgin, Macromedia, and Wells Fargo Bank.