We recently visited Helena, Montana for a family wedding. Much to our surprise, we found this unique little Drive Thru Coffee Shop called Natte’ Latte’. These lovely young ladies allowed me to take their picture while they made my drinks.
Not too long ago, I was allowed to be a fly on the wall on the ultimate poker tourney! Here is what I saw…
Be sure to see these ladies on their fan pages!
Excited about this like you wouldn’t believe. DEXTER Season 8 Teaser Trailer!!!
Great article from OC Register: http://www.ocregister.com/articles/red-380380-film-company.html
Irvine’s Red Digital Cinema helps Peter Jackson pioneer a film shot at double the frames per second in ultra-smooth action.
Where to see ‘The Hobbit’ in 3D in the OC
“The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” opens Friday. The following Orange County theaters will be showing the movie in 3D at 48 frames per second:
•Orange 30 with IMAX & ETX (92868)
•Irvine Spectrum 21 + IMAX & RPX (92618)
•Huntington Beach Bella Terra 20 + XD (92647)
•Aliso Viejo Stadium 20 with IMAX (92656)
•Brea Stadium 22 (92821)
•Orange Stadium Promenade 25 + XD (92867)
•Foothill Towne Center 22 in Foothill Ranch (92610)
•Cinepolis Ranch Santa Margarita 6 (92688)
Tip: When browsing show times, look for “HFR 3D,” which stands for high frame rate, to make sure you are seeing the enhanced 3D experience.
LOS ANGELES – Disney is paying $4.05 billion to buy Lucasfilm Ltd., the production company behind “Star Wars,” from its chairman and founder, George Lucas. It’s also making a seventh movie in the “Star Wars” series called “Episode 7,” set for release in 2015, with plans to follow it with Episodes 8 and 9 and then one new movie every two or three years.
The Walt Disney Co. announced the blockbuster agreement to make the purchase in cash and stock Tuesday. The deal includes Lucasfilm’s prized high-tech production companies, Industrial Light & Magic and Skywalker Sound, as well as rights to the “Indiana Jones” franchise.
Disney CEO Bob Iger said in a statement that the acquisition is a great fit and will help preserve and grow the “Star Wars” franchise.
“The last `Star Wars’ movie release was 2005’s `Revenge of the Sith’ — and we believe there’s substantial pent-up demand,” Iger said.
Kathleen Kennedy, the current co-chairman of Lucasfilm, will become the division’s president and report to Walt Disney Studios Chairman Alan Horn. Lucas will be creative consultant on new “Star Wars” films.
Lucas said in a statement, “It’s now time for me to pass `Star Wars’ on to a new generation of filmmakers.”