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Spellbound Coldplay share some magic moments Freddie Mercury dons a cape for Queen's It's a Kind of Magic , Ric Ocasek of the Cars walks on water during Magic , and then there's Mark Owen's sublime chest cramped into a women's vest top on Take That's
Nowadays, a lot of the best TV shows are based on books, especially book series. But the amazing thing about science fiction and fantasy books is, there's always more riches to explore...Here are 10 more book series that would make terrific TV shows.
Jan Windglows is a new age meditation music artist and one of the greatest spell casters in her bloodline. She has been practicing magic for over 34 years and has been touted the Queen of magic. She is considered one of the best enchantresses by many
The shopping days left 'til Christmas are dwindling, and if you still have some people left on your list who are fans of TV here are some gifts that should bring on a warm glow much like the warm glow the TV brings, no matter what your budget...With
The film begins much as life once did, with the mute and nameless hero sitting on the ocean floor, cradling a large ovoid stone. Once ashore he frantically stamps a water puddle in shore rock like a crazed sumo wrestler ritually firming the clay ring.
Women's empowerment in films is a comforting fantasy even though it lasts only a few hours There is a theory that our movies are so filled with fantasy because the audience, at the end of a long and hard day, wants simply to escape reality...But on
Clarke once wrote, "Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic." Nowhere is this idea more alive and well than Hollywood, where real technology is explained away in a series of buzzwords that make about as much sense as the
Once upon a time, the idea of studios making big-budget, mainstream fantasy movies let alone TV series seemed as unlikely as actually finding a hidden portal to Narnia. Thankfully, the smashing success of both the Harry Potter films and the Lord of
Move over David Copperfield, Criss Angel and all you other brain-teasing magicians. Jason Latimer is ready to bend some light, shape water, walk through solid objectsand blow some minds. The 32-year-old Latimer, an Agoura High School graduate,
Apart from Harry Potter , Twilight and the Tolkien adaptations, live-action fantasy movies always seem to tank these days. Latest case in point: Mortal Instruments , which underperformed massively, taking in only about $14 million on a $60 million