Monday, January 31, 2011

They're calling him a national hero

Wayne Rooney the Actor!! ?

An Oscar-nominated film director believes Wayne Rooney could have a big future in Hollywood when he hangs up his boots.

Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu says the striker is a "natural" in front of the camera, reports The Sun.

He reckons Rooney could follow the path of Vinnie Jones and Eric Cantona into movies once his playing days are over.

The Mexican directed Nike's Write The Future ad for last year's World Cup in which striker Rooney acted several roles, including a bearded tramp.

"I said to him: "I will offer you a role once you are a little older and you are done with football." He will have a good Hollywood career, I'm sure," he said.

"Wayne is a natural. He's from the streets and has a warrior appeal that could serve him well in movies."

Inarritu directed Babel, with Brad Pitt, and his movie Biutiful is short-listed for an Oscar.

Andrew. :)

I want it!!!!!!!!!!

This is defo the coolest thing I've ever seen.

Andrew. :)

Tuesday, January 25, 2011


One of these, because here are the Nominees :)

25 January 2011

Best Picture
The Kids Are All Right
Toy Story 3
The Social Network
The King’s Speech
The Fighter
Black Swan
127 Hours
True Grit
Winter’s Bone

Best Director
David Fincher, The Social Network
Tom Hooper, The King’s Speech
Joel and Ethan Coen, True Grit
Darren Aronofsky, Black Swan
David O. Russell, The Fighter

Best Actor
Colin Firth, The King’s Speech
James Franco, 127 Hours
Jeff Bridges, True Grit
Jesse Eisenberg, The Social Network
Javier Bardem, Biutiful

Best Actress
Annette Bening, The Kids Are All Right
Jennifer Lawrence, Winter’s Bone
Natalie Portman, Black Swan
Michelle Williams, Blue Valentine
Nicole Kidman, Rabbit Hole

Best Supporting Actor
Christian Bale, The Fighter
Geoffrey Rush, The King’s Speech
Mark Ruffalo, The Kids Are All Right
John Hawkes, Winter’s Bone
Jeremy Renner, The Town

Best Supporting Actress
Helena Bonham Carter, The King’s Speech
Melissa Leo, The Fighter
Hailee Steinfeld, True Grit
Amy Adams, The Fighter
Jackie Weaver, Animal Kingdom

Best Animated Feature
The Illusionist
Toy Story 3
How To Train Your Dragon

Best Original Screenplay
Inception by Christopher Nolan
The King’s Speech by David Seidler
The Kids Are All Right by Lisa Cholodenko and Stuart Blumberg
The Fighter by Scott Silver, Paul Tamasy and Eric Johnson
Another Year by Mike Leigh

Best Adapted Screenplay
The Social Network by Aaron Sorkin
True Grit by Joel & Ethan Coen
127 Hours by Danny Boyle and Simon Beaufoy
Toy Story 3 by Michael Arndt
Winter’s Bone by Debra Granik and Anne Roselini

Best Foreign Film
Dogtooth, Greece
Biutiful, Mexico

Andrew :)

Monday, January 24, 2011

Strippers banned during football matches

After the story about Andy Gray and Richard Keys on Sky sports today I found this to be interesting too :)

A German football club has banned strippers from performing in corporate boxes during football matches.

One box at Bundesliga side St Pauli belongs to Hamburg lapdance club Susis Show Bar, which installed a mirror and pole for dancers.

Strippers have also been banned from getting fully nude, even if they are performing when games are no longer being played.

Club president Stefan Orth told Bild: "We had a discussion with the owner of the box and made it clear there cannot be dances during the matches.

"There can be performances after the matches, there can be dances, but they must not end up nude. If they dance just once naked, they will be out of here!"


Sexist much?

Andy Gray and Richard Keys have since apoligised but its nice to see them make a mistake isnt? haha.

I'm more concerned with the supposed Colleague and friend who recorded this!!

You'd want to be a real man to do this!!

Balls is what you'd need for this LITERALLY!!

Man's Mini manhood stunt wins car

A German man has won a £20,000 Mini Cooper - after he agreed to have the brand's logo tattooed on his manhood.

Andreas Muller, 39, from Sachsen Anhalt, entered a radio station contest to show who would pull the craziest stunt to get the car.

Listeners heard him squealing in agony as an expert tattooist recreated the car's 'Mini' logo on his penis while a female presenter looked on.

"There were a lot of crazy stunts put forward by listeners, but Andreas won by a short head," said one organiser.

Mr Muller said: "Once I'm sitting in the car, it won't matter anymore. Then the pain will be gone and it'll be alright."

Nah I'm good thanks :)


New video game is a piece of p***

A collection of new urine-powered video games has been launched at several public toilets around Tokyo.

The Sega games, entitled Toylets, use a pressure sensor on the back of the urinal to measure the strength and direction of the stream of urine.

A small LCD screen at eye-level then allows you to play several simple video games all controlled by your urine.

Currently there are four games being tested. Graffiti Eraser enables the toilet goer to use their stream to erase graffiti on a wall, while Mannekin Pis measures how much urine has been expelled.

In The North Wind and the Sun and Me, the strength of the urine stream produced determines how much a virtual girl's skirt gets blown up by the wind.

Finally, in Battle: Milk from Nose the user has to try and beat the previous urinator's stream strength.

Proud players eager to brag about their performance can even download their high scores onto a flash drive.

Andrew :)

Thursday, January 20, 2011

Idiots Much?

Five teenage burglars have been arrested - after they allegedly snorted the ashes of their victim's father and dogs, mistaking them for drugs.

The victim returned to her home in Silver Springs, Florida, to find valuables, including electronic equipment and jewellery missing, reports Fox News.

But what she found most troubling was the theft of her late father's ashes and the ashes of her two beloved Great Danes.

During their investigation, Marion County Sheriff's deputies learned the ashes had been taken because the suspects thought they were cocaine or heroin.

Detectives say the suspects snorted some of the ashes believing them to be cocaine. They later realised their mistake and got rid of the ashes.

Police have arrested and charged Waldo Soroa, 19, Matrix Andaluz, 18, Jose David Diaz Marrero, 19, and two juvenile suspects who cannot be named.

I wonder will they get haunted like Cartman in South Park after drinking Kenny's Ashes thinking it was Chocolate Milk :)


Monday, January 17, 2011

Roberto Carlos Scores from a corner

He was a legend at Real Madrid and as one Brazil'a finest ever players and clearly judging on this video he still has it!

Playing with his current club Corinthians, he managed to pull off whats known as an Olympic Goal!

Enjoy Andrew.

New Girl!!

Friday, January 14, 2011

Another Mash Up

This is good too but I think the music is a bit loud for the vocal!


New Mash up Jan14

This isnt bad actually came across it earlier today what ya think?


Mashup-Germany - My Bitter Cheap Symphony (Still Sweet) from MashupGermany on Vimeo.

The Verve - Bitter Sweet Symphony
Jason Derulo - Ridin' Solo
B.O.B. feat. Hayley Williams - Airplanes
4 Non Blondes - What's up
Take That - Never forget
Iyaz - Replay
Snow Patrol - Chasing Cars

Thursday, January 13, 2011

Early Paddy's Day??

Bunch of guys in Canada Turned the entire river bright green! I wanna do it :)


Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Just for a smile!!

Smiles :)

Creepy Doctor!

Heres a story all about a Doctor who I think may have watched to many movies and thought his fantasy was coming true :)


Finland's Supreme Court has ruled that a physician who sucked a female patient's nipple during a medical exam is guilty of sexual harassment and official misconduct. The court slapped the doctor with a 4,800 euro fine and ordered him to pay the
patient 1,200 euros. In July of 2007, the 20-year-old woman visited the
doctor for an ultrasound breast exam. During the exam the doctor proceeded
to suck the woman's nipple.

Ladies and gentlemen, our Creep Of The Week.

How many times did the jury ask to see that evidence?

Andrew. :)

Monday, January 10, 2011

Farrell to take over from Arnie!

Things still on the up for Colin Farrell

Colin Farrell is to star in a remake of 'Total Recall', it has been confirmed.

The Irish actor will reprise Arnold Schwarzenegger's lead role in the 1990 classic.

Farrell is currently putting himself through a gruelling training regime in a bid to get in shape for the action hero part of Douglas Quaid.

He said, "I’m curious every time I go to work and I’m curious to go to work on 'Total Recall'.

"Script is cool. Script is smart. It’s clever and it’s well written and there’s loads of action.

“I saw some of the pre-visualisations already and it’s the first time in years where I went, ‘Wow! I could be part of that? In that frame?’ It’s gone back to the original.”

Talking about the film, producer Neal Moritz commented, "I think the world that [director] Len Wiseman is creating is incredible. It’s a real world, a real future world, where the cities have just gotten so overcrowded that the cities are just built up, up, up, up."

He added: "We’re playing it like a real world, but there’s all these technological advancements to the real world, and it’s just really, it’s cool. It’s an awesome movie. I’m dying—as a fan of movies, more than anything, it’s a movie that I’m just dying to see.”

Filming on 'Total Recall' will begin in May.

Cheeky Girl Caught Robbing

One of the really really really famous Cheeky Girls, Gabriella has been caught trying to shop lift in Manchester!

YA know the way they are this huge band that everyone knows haha

Well she says its a mis-understanding! Who cares? heres the song though :)


Ted's First Commercial

Now I'm in the camp thats thrilled for Ted Williams becoming a huge internet sensation and Radio Star again. Hes the man with Golden Voice, that went off the charts for awhile, battled drink and drug addiction and is now back on the wagon and job offers are everywhere for him. But does anyone else think his first ad isn't that great? Not Ted's fault of course, he is settling back in. But the script is terrible!! Heres the Advert and the making of it :)


Friday, January 7, 2011

Best of the Soccerettes on Soccer AM

heres the link! Enjoy :)


Thursday, January 6, 2011

Preview of Reality 2011

Big Brother may have died, Don't Stop Believing may have flopped and Gamu may have taken The X Factor to a whole new stratosphere of silliness, but as we head into 2011 the world of reality TV looks in rude health. Despite constant derision from TV snobs, the next 12 months promise to be an absolute cracker for RTV fanatics with new and old formats providing us with months of entertainment. Keep reading for Reality Bites' verdict on the shows that will be getting the nation talking this year.

Dancing On Ice sharpens up
With a new set, a new home, an increased lineup of celebs and a whole bunch of new pro skaters, Dancing On Ice has come back buffed and polished for 2011. Phil and Holly will still look after proceedings and Torvill and Dean will come back to bring an air of authority to things, but with an intriguing group of stars (Kerry Katona, Jennifer Metcalfe and Vanilla Ice should keep the tabloids happy) and a reduced judging panel (cut from a cluttered-up five to a tidy three), the sixth series might just capture the imaginations of those who have previously let the world of triple axels and headbangers pass them by.

Got 2 Dance,
Davina moves on from Big Brother
We're not sure if we're over the death of Big Brother quite yet - the distinctly underwhelming Famous and Fearless is currently rubbing salt in our Celeb BB wounds - but Davina McCall appears to be coping better than most following the show's demise. Not only is she already back for a second series of Sky1's super cool Got To Dance, but she'll also be launching a revamped UK version of The Biggest Loser on ITV1 next week. Whether British viewers will take to the hit US weight loss show remains to be seen, but with Davina at the helm it will most definitely be an improvement on the dire Kate Garraway incarnation.

The Only Way Is Essex in 2011 (I've never watched this but apparently people do)
Pitched as a UK version of The Hills, The Only Way Is Essex by all rights should have been a disaster. But the romances, affairs, fake boobs and strangely fascinating lives of Essex's most notorious socialites were impossible to ignore. Making stars out of Amy Childs and Mark Wright, the format has the potential to become the next decade's Big Brother. We don't know about you guys, but we'll be touching up our vajazzling and munching down on Nanna Pat's sausage plait all over again when the ITV2 show returns for a second run later this year.

MasterChef doesn't get tougher than this
We're sworn to secrecy about the details of the new series of MasterChef, but take our word for it when we say it's going to be massive. John and Gregg will be back as usual, but there's a hatful of new twists and changes to the show to spruce it up for the new decade. There will still be the same incredible standard of cooking that we've come to know and love, but following the success of the Australian and US versions of the show, John and Gregg will be upping the stakes and challenges for this year's chefs.

Second Time Lucky
2010 saw a string of new formats tested out with some proving successful (Pineapple Dance Studios) and some burning in reality TV hell alongside Celebrity Wrestling (Don't Stop Believing). Among the shows given a second chance in 2011 are US dance import So You Think You Can Dance, which proved a little old-fashioned for some tastes first time around, but should be back tweaked, bigger and stronger second time out on BBC One. Meanwhile, ITV is rumoured to be handing second shots to the frankly barmy Popstar To Operastar and surprisingly really good and hugely overlooked 71 Degrees North. Hurrah.

The X Factor takes over America
Is America ready for The X Factor? Our biggest most ludicrous TV show seems like a perfect match for our friends across the pond, but there's no such thing as a surefire hit in the world of TV and plenty of formats have failed to cross the Atlantic successfully in the past. Simon Cowell has been preparing to take his reality TV baby Stateside for what feels like forever and the constant speculation about the judging panel and feverish tabloid anticipation for the show is frankly ludicrous. Nevertheless, when the show finally hits the air in the autumn (on Fox in the US and ITV2 in the UK), there's not a chance in hell we won't be tuning in to watch.

The end of a new beginning for American Idol?
Returning to Fox and ITV2 later this month, the tenth series of American Idol has more pressure on it to deliver than ever before. With Cowell, DeGeneres and DioGuardi leaving the judging panel and J.Lo and Stephen Tyler stepping into the fold, it's all change on the daddy of US talent shows. With Simon Cowell's US X Factor posing a threat to its crown, the producers have already started making changes and battle lines have been drawn. Whether fans remain loyal to the programme without Uncle Si in his judge's chair remains to be seen.

The Hoff hits Britain's Got Talent
Simon Cowell can't make the auditions (boo!) and neither can Piers Morgan (hurray!), so there's a new-look judging panel on this year's Britain's Got Talent. Joining Amanda Holden are wobbly-headed comic and all-round good egg Michael McIntyre and most excitingly of all The Hoff! Taking a break from being a Big-In-Germany, ex-Baywatch hunk, former Knight Rider hero, popstar and general cool dude, David Hasselhoff will be offering his verdict on the best dancing dogs and didgeridoo-playing pensioners barmy Britain has to offer. Who needs Susan Boyle when the Hoffmeister is in town?

More of your old favourites
The Apprentice will be back in its usual spring slot, along with a second run for the Junior version. Elsewhere, I'm A Celeb is rumoured to be planning an 'Ultimate' series, while Strictly and X Factor will be back again in the autumn to take over our Twitter accounts, weekends and lives in general with the usual gossip, dramas, broadcast controversies and tittle-tattle. Some things in reality TV land never change.

Which reality shows are you looking forward to in 2011?

Or are you gonna just take a break from them altogether? Lets face it though that will be tough seeing as they will be everywhere!

Lucky B**tard

This is the amazing photo of a guy in China who's lorry crashed and flipped over the edge on a 330ft bridge!

Its basically being held on my a punctured tyre, some torn sheet metal and a few concrete barriers that are smashed.

People rushed from their cars to save the guy not knowing when the lorry would eventually give and plunge to the bottom. They nearly fell themselves!

You Lucky Bastard :)


Tuesday, January 4, 2011

My Present Face!

You know those gifts you get at xmas that you know you'll either never use it or you don't like it. But you don't want to offend the person giving you the present or make them feel bad so you put on a face to pretend you like it, but really its so obvious that you don't! :)

Heres Mine:


Twins born in Different years

So obviously it would be cool to say your birthday is on the 1st January of whatever year. But in the US theres twins who were born in different years. Madison Lewis was boen at 11.59 31/12/2010 and her brother Everette was born at 12.01 01/01/2011.

They wern't due until late January and mom went into labour early. Theres a part of me thinks the Doctor who delivered them, purposely waited until the stroke of midnight to get the other baby out haha.

Anyway its a nice story I think, and when they are much older they can tell that as a cool story :)



It’s finished and I know some people couldn’t wait to see the back of it! If it wasn’t the dreaded “R” word (recession), it was the economic climate or it was the government, bailout, banks etc. Or else it was the recent sub-zero weather that has my toes numb as I write this, or maybe a combination of all of them. Whatever way you look at it, it’s been a pretty shite year for the most part.

Mary was robbed in the X-factor and our other hopes Belle Amie and One Direction didn’t cut the mustard either, even though One Direction will be huge. (You read it here first!) And who can forget the travel chaos back in April/May, when Armageddon seemed on the cards when “Eyjafjjallajokull” erupted in Iceland and left the world thinking its time was up. We all thought we’d never see a plane fly again for at least 3 years as the ash cloud descended on us all across Ireland, the UK and the rest of Europe. Plane after plane was told, “no you can’t take off!” or “sorry you can’t land here, it’s too dangerous!”

Then we had the expenses scandals with our elected leaders and representatives! It seemed once one person’s hotel costs and personal driver claims came to the public eye, more and more scandal hit the red tops and broadsheets plus TV and radio too. You couldn’t turn on the telly or radio without hearing about holiday homes and telephone expenses. It was a like a god send when all of sudden of out of absolutely nowhere, we were hit by the coldest December on record and roads became icy and snowy. And then as if magic, for almost 4 weeks we barely heard a word about our delightful government and its continuing downfall! For a while it seemed great until we realised exactly how bad the weather had made things.

Chaos consumed our airports. Passengers in their thousands were now left with thoughts of spending Christmas without the company of their family, friends and loved ones. (And for some it was very much the case.)
But you know what? Things weren’t all that bad. Were they? I mean we had a cracking world cup take place! Yes we weren’t in it, but there were some fascinating games and decisions which most Irish soccer fans will see the ironic side of! The mighty cats of Kilkenny were de-throned by Tipperary in an action packed All – Ireland final! Grahame McDowell became a hero after performing superbly well at the Ryder Cup plus winning the US open. And then Robbie decided to re-join Take That, which ended months of speculation. And possibly the most amazing good news story and event to happen in 2010 was 1000s of miles away in Chile.

The Chilean miner story about 30odd men stuck down a small shaft for more than a month with slim chance of surviving or being rescued before Christmas, very quickly turned into the most talked about news story all over the world. People in pubs and restaurants were discussing it, watching it, reading it and following this amazing tale of human endurance. One by one they were pulled from the mine to safety, wearing the coolest sunglasses on the planet to protect them from harmful rays after not seeing the sun for so long. And so, the most boring and drawn out broadcast began. Glued to the box just in case something bad was to happen and the rescue capsule would fall or get stuck or whatever could or might go wrong. It’s quite amazing how even though we all really hoped those men would get out alive and well, to greet their family with hugs and kisses and smiles, there was that evil dark side of us that wanted some drama.

At the start of the year people got the news of the disastrous earthquake in Haiti and so a celebrity battle ensued. It was almost like a contest as to which celeb would out do the other by boasting how much they care about the poor people in Haiti and how they had helped this and helped that! When in actual fact most of them just spoke about it and did nothing. However, one man stood head and shoulders above the rest of these A-Listers, Wyclif Jean! The guy has to be a deserving winner after all he did try to become president!!

All in all, I think we can all take some positive things from the last 12 months, because even though things look bleak on the jobs front and money markets and all that makey uppey mumbo jumbo, one thing is for certain. A new year has just begun and we’re still here! Above ground and ready to fight on against whatever 2011 throws at us. And you know what I say to 2011? “BRING IT ON!!!”

Happy New Year.