Released year: 2003 Jungle boy Mowgli (voiced by Osment) decides to forsake civilized village life for the "bare necessities" of the wild with his old friends. However, the evil tiger Shere Khan is looking for a little payback after Mowgli's last adventure. Trouble's a-brewing!
NEW YORK (AP) — Khaled Hosseini, whose novels have sold more than 38 million copies worldwide, knows what a lucky man he is.
Biggest Loser host Alison Sweeney shows off an enviable bikini bod on the cover of Shape Magazine out now. One key ingredient to her sleek physique involves cutting out processed sugar and artificial sweeteners. Plus, she cut back on cane sugar and corn syrup. “I don’t miss it,” the married mom of two, 36, tells me during an event celebrating her cover-star status held at The Culinary Loft in NYC. “That means fruits, I still have. Blueberries are super-sweet. You get used to tasting it, and then you don’t miss the artificial sweetener.” OK! GALLERY: SEE PHOTOS OF ALISON SWEENEY, JORDIN SPARKS, KELLIE PICKLER AND MORE IN THE VALERIE GALLERY Instead of decadent desserts, Alison relies on natural fruit. “My favorite snack is Greek yogurt with blueberries, cinnamon and agave nectar,” she says. “I don’t believe in depriving yourself. It’s important to feel like you’re satisfied so that your whole life, you can stick to the same plan. You’re not sitting there, constantly torturing yourself. For me, it’s about finding that balance.” OK! GALLERY: OK! QUICK PICS: GIRLS ON SET, JOHN STAMOS AND THE TRANSFORMERS, AND MORE Hm, what would she tell someone who hopes to ditch their junk food vices? “I think it’s about learning portions, so maybe don’t cut it out—just have fewer french fries with your lunch.” She continues, “The other trick would be to eat it last. Eat something healthy, have a glass of water, fill yourself up on the healthy choices, and then if you‘re still craving whatever it is, have a little bit. But maybe you’ll have less of it because you’re not as hungry.” OK! GALLERY: BIGGEST LOSER STAR JILLIAN MICHAELS HOPES TO BE A HUGE WINNER WITH HOUSE SALE—TAKE A PEEK INSIDE HER SUPER CUTE HOME! Of course, the goal is to prevent binge-eating. “I think people make the mistake of starving themselves because they know they shouldn’t eat something bad, but then when it gets in front of them, and they are so tempted they can’t take it, then they eat too much of it.” She adds, “They eat twice as much as they maybe would have if they had just given into it earlier, and planned into it accordingly.” During the event, Alison demonstrates her chicken with dried cherries recipe from her book, The Mommy Diet, which guests receive in addition to a copy of her just-released novel The Star Attraction. It’s a juicy read inspired by her Hollywood adventures. Can't wait! Was Alison’s advice helpful? Tweet us @okmagazine. Photo credit: Getty Images
New York, NY – May 21, 2013 – Kino Lorber is proud to announce that it has acquired all US rights to Jia Zhangke’s (24 City, Still Life) latest film A Touch Of Sin, a four-part story inspired by real-life events and focused on the violent impact (and hefty human sacrifice) of the Chinese economic boom on its own citizens. While prepping the film for a late fall or early winter national theatrical release, Kino Lorber will book this acclaimed Chinese film in select film festivals across the United States. This deal was negotiated between Kino Lorber CEO Richard Lorber and MK2´s International Sales Executive Victoire Thevenin. The New York Times film critic Manohla Dargis recently referred to A Touch Of Sin as Jia Zhangke’s “finest film since his 2006 feature Still Life,” also describing it as “a portrait of contemporary China told through four savagely violent episodes that take place in distinct areas of the country.” Kino Lorber CEO Richard Lorber spoke about the film while still at Cannes: “I’ve been both a follower and admirer of Jia’s work for many years, but A Touch Of Sin struck me like lightning. Watching this film was a bracing cinematic experience, and I’m looking forward to the opportunity to introduce this bold and unique title to a wide audience in the US.” Besides A Touch Of Sin, Kino Lorber also recently acquired all US and Canadian rights to ... Read More »
LONDON (AP) — A first edition copy of "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone" that contains author J.K. Rowling's notes and original illustrations has sold for 150,000 pounds ($228,000) at a London auction.
[caption id="attachment_1263" align="alignright" width="220" caption="Possibilities in Parallel: Seeking the Multiverse"] [/caption]Parallel universes are a staple of science fiction, and it's no wonder. They allow us to explore the question, "What if?" in a way that lets us step completely outside of the world we know, rather than question how that world might have turned out differently. For cosmologists, the question isn't "What if the South won the Civil War?" but "What if the constants that make up the fundamental building blocks of physics were different?" Physicists argue that any slight change in the laws of physics would mean a disruption of the universe's evolution, and thus our existence. Take gravity, for example: too strong and stars would burn through their fuel far more quickly. If the universe had expanded too fast, matter would spread out too thin for galaxies to form.
“Mobile is eating the world,” according to industry analyst Benedict Evans. Ahead of a presentation to be given later this month at Book Expo America, Enders Analysis’ Benedict Evans published a draft of his slide deck. The presentation paints a wonderfully clear picture of where industry growth has come from over the past few years thanks to companies like Apple and Samsung, and where it will likely continue to come from over the next few years. In a word: mobile. Several charts in the deck to a good job of illustrating the mobile explosion, which ramped up in 2010 as PC industry growth started to flatline. A few particularly interesting slides follow below, and Evans’s full presentation can be viewed on
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