“Jonah Hex” is Pinoy artist Tony de Zuñiga’s creation

Jonah Hex, the latest DC comics brought to the silver screen, is bombing at the box office. Although the rough and tumble anti-hero has a pretty good following in the comic book world, the Jonah Hex film, directed by Jimmy Hayward (Horton Hears a Who?) only debuted at 8th place in the US box office.

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It’s not a joke: Charice will really join GLEE season 2!

It turns out the false alarm was true after all.

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Marvel vs Capcom 3: The Gameplay!

Oh, man this brings back memories of my childhood days…which meant two years ago.

I wants it! I wants it!

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This is Eat!

Lull time in my new job  and I’m back to blogging.

Unless you’ve been living under a rock Virginia, you know that I have slightly shifted my career.

I took my first bite at being a food journalist last Friday for a magazine you’ve probably not heard before but would love to work for. Continue reading

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Is this an old Madonna MTV? Lady Gaga’s “Alejandro” video goes viral

So Lady Gaga’s newest music video for “Alejandro” just came out. Now that her video for “Bad Romance” currently reigns as the most watched in YouTube, I’m sure this will follow suit.

The MTV for Alejandro is pure Gaga: Dramatic, over-the-top, bordering on soft-core porn, and often unnecessary. Continue reading

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Nepalese butler inherits employer’s multi-million dollar estate

In this May 26, 2010 photo, Indra Tamang, the Nepalese-born butler who inherited two apartments in The Dakota building, background, from his wealthy employer, stands near the building in New York. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)

Why didn’t this happen to me?

BY VERENA DOBNIK, Associated Press Writer Verena Dobnik, Associated Press Writer

NEW YORK – Indra Tamang was a teenage farmer in a Nepalese village without running water or electricity. He barely learned how to write and lived in a straw, mud and stone house with his parents before landing a hotel job in the capital of Katmandu.

But after befriending a well-to-do hotel patron, the young man started traveling the world, meeting the likes of Andy Warhol, John Lennon and Patti Smith, and living in New York, Paris and the Greek island of Crete. Continue reading

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Net addict parents starve to death child while tending to virtual baby

Another reason why you need to re-think this whole technology thing.

SEOUL, South Korea — A South Korean couple were convicted Friday of abandoning their newborn daughter, who starved to death while they addictively played an online game raising a virtual child. Continue reading

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