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JonGroffSpain Jonathan está grabando una película y se han publicado unas fotos de el desnudo. http://t.co/Ob9vS8Ur <-----

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lakombolab The Art Army Royalty by Mike Leavitt at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery was amazing. Craftsmanship at its best. http://t.co/UPLA9HBR

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tanejamainhoon Jonathan Levine,who directed The Wackness,one of my fav movies, directing Joseph Gordon-Levitt,one of my fav actors - the result is awesome!

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nellsmoraes I really wanna know how Jonathan Levine will make this work. I'm curious and excited to see this project.

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What's a good (Fantasy) book for me to read? by Clarkie Q: First off, if you aren't going to bother to read the entire question then don't bother answering. I read a LOT of books, but I have a special place in my heart for fantasy. Some of my favorite authors are tamora pierce, J.K. Rowling, suzanne collins, hilari bell, christopher paolini, etc. I like: the inheritance cycle, the goblin woods, all of tamora pierce's books (they're my favorite) the hunger games, graceling, eon dragoneye reborn, poison study, harry potter, the gemma doyle series, books by gail carson levine (I've read and enjoyed them all) The Abhorson series by Garth Nix, The Bartimeaus Trilogy by Jonathan Stroud, the wee free men, Stardust the Two princesses of Bamare, inkheart, narnia city of ember Uglies Series Troubled waters I've also read: Artemis fowl (were ok, didn't love them) Septimus Heep (didn't impress me at all) ive read amoung the hidden and most of gregory maguires books I've read the wizard heir and dragon heir series. I'm not a huge tolkein fan I don't like Discworld or The eye of the world or The wheel of time or the sword of truth I've read cirque du freak and maximum ride, and did not like them I didn't like the Host, by Stephanie Meyer I'm not interested in the City of Bones series I dont do sci fi Can someone recommend a book like these (and either include a description or a link to a description.) Thanks. Also, please do not copy a list of around 100 fantasy books off of a website, it is annoying and hard to read. If tempted to do so, just provide the link. I would really prefer 1-5 well thought out suggestions as opposed to a million irrelevant titles. Thanks, 10 points to whoever suggests a book that I'm really interested in. P.S. If I've read a suggestion I'll make a note beneath this, so don't repeat other's suggestions if you know I've already read them. Thanks, ~Clarkie DO NOT RECOMMEND TWILIGHT! Do you hear me? I have read the books, and am frankly quite annoyed with the current teen obsession with such poorly written literature. Do not advise me to read them, or to read them again. I will just ignore you, or give you a thumbs down. Thanks in advance for the help, everyone! A few things you should know: Points will go to whoever offers a book that actually interests me. I did this before, and someone recommended a book I'd never heard of and gave a great description. It's now one of my favorites. She got ten points. You should know that I read a lot, however, so it is no easy feat. Who knows though, you may have read my next favorite book and I just don't know it yet. I'm not really into sci-fi or tweeny bop chick lit books (like clique, marked, prep, etc.) Please don't recommend anything like that. And I have little interest in vampires. Unless it happens to be a really good story. But even then, I'm really not into vampires. I read a few of Ann McCaffrey's (dragonsong series) and liked them, and I read a few of Ursala LeGuin's (really liked GIFTS) and his dark materials (did not like those as much). etc. So, are you up to the challenge? If so, let the recommending begin! I've read some of the Percy Jackson series, it was ok but I didn't like it nearly as much as other people seem to... I read Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell, it struck ma as a little slow

A: Here are some you may be unfamiliar with that you might enjoy: Heralds of Valdemar by Lackey: This is a very long series, about 20 books or so out. Most of the series is divided into various trilogies, and any one of the trilogies can be read on its own, without knowing the rest of the series. The main premise is a kingdom whose protectors are horses, each horse choosing a human to bond with, who then becomes a Herald. The Heralds of the Queen trilogy was the first published, but not first in internal order. The Last Herald Mage trilogy is 2nd, IIRC, in chronological order and I think it's the best one. It does have a gay romance story, which might bother some people, but the contents are pretty PG. The Books of Pellinor by Croggon: The basic premise is almost embarrassingly standard: you have your ordinary girl, a kitchen servant or very similar when the story begins, who is secretly the heir to a magical legacy and the only person who can stop the evil sorcerer from taking over the world. As cliched as the set-up is, I really liked the story. The Tamir Trilogy by Lewelling: A usurper has taken the throne of Skala. Knowing that according to prophecy Skala will thrive only with a woman of the royal line on the throne, he is determined to protect himself by killing all potential female claimants. To survive long enough to claim the throne and save her country, the last living princess must be magically disguised as a boy - with an illusion so deep, even she believes that she is male. Darkest Powers by Armstrong: A young girl begins to see ghosts. She is diagnosed as schizophrenic and placed in a home for mentally ill teens, but soon begins to suspect that neither her supposed mental illness nor those who are allegedly helping her are what they seem. Since you said you already liked some of McCaffrey and LeGuin's books, you might try reading more of those, especially McCaffrey's Dragonrideers of Pern series, which is closely related to the Harper Hall or Dragonsong series. Both have enough books out to keep you busy for some time, and I have found LeGuin especially to be consistently interesting. Much of her work is SF, and you say you don't do SF, but the Hunger Games and Uglies series are both SF, and so is the Dragonsong series, at least if you ask McCaffrey.

Silence of the lambs movie review for my humanities feminazi class LOL, Is it good? by LisexxxLobotomy Q: Prior to filming, Jodie Foster, along with a handful of fellow cast and crew members, studied criminal profiling agents and was educated in the handling of firearms and agent training at the FBI training facility in Quantico, Virginia. The Silence of the Lambs, directed by Jonathan Demme, is based upon a novel (same title) written by Thomas Harris (1991). It was produced by Orion Pictures Corporation in February of 1991. I rate The Silence of the Lambs a solid 9.5 out of 10. A gifted young FBI cadet Clarice Starling (Jodie Foster) seeks the aid of a brilliant, incarcerated, forensic psychiatrist, Hannibal Lecter (Anthony Hopkins), who just so happens crave human liver with a side of fava beans and a 'nice' chianti, to track down a psychopathic serial killer nicknamed “Buffalo Bill” (Ted Levine). Starling arrives at Baltimore State Hospital for the Criminally Insane, where Dr. Hannibal Lecter is confined in a shatterproof, bulletproof glass and brick cell. While questioning him she makes an ill attempt at "dissecting" him. When Starling attempts to leave a fellow Inmate of Dr. Lecter, does something that enrages Lecter. Lecter than apologetically offers Starling a tip in the form of one hell of a riddle. While Starling is busy unraveling Lecter’s mumbo jumbo, Buffalo Bill is abducting the United States Senator’s daughter. Lecter is offered a transfer in exchange for detailed information. Lecter agrees and reveals Buffalo Bill's real name, description and past residence to the senator. Lecter's is than housed in a security in a Tennessee courthouse. Starling is quick to find out Lecter lied about the information he gave the senator. She travels to visit him. Lecter demands she continue a very detailed, graphic childhood memory they had shared the first time they met. It firmly stated Lecter does not fit any known psychological profile. However, Frederick Chilton, director of The Baltimore State Hospital for the Criminally Insane, claims that Lecter is a "pure psychopath." No matter how much you want to be on the good side Anthony Hopkins portrayal of Dr. Hannibal Lecter is mindboggling. I personally think the scariest thing about this movie is how intelligent, intriguing, and articulate, and minus the tongue eating cannibal in him, socially quite charming he is. He could easily fit in to society and did for a very long time without being caught. I recommend this movie for adults. It is honestly one of the scariest movies I have ever seen without over done horror movie gore stuff. This movie tends to get to me mentally, I like that, rather than too visually. Maybe it’s because in real life I am a Criminal Justice Major. This Movie is based on a well thought out well written book. It’s a classic. No wonder why it won 5 Oscars and 27 nominations. When I was growing up I wanted to be Clarice Starling she is such a strong, intelligent woman. She shows you even though it may seem like you’re living in a man’s world you can still come out on top, alive.

A: I wouldn't describe anything Lecter says as mumbo jumbo - come up with a different word that compliments his superior intellect. What he said to starling got him exactly what he was after. I think you should write 'a' United States Senator not 'the' United States Senator. Also the way you word that sentence makes it look like Bill purposely abducted her for that reason when he really had no idea who's daughter she was. When Lecters cell mate offends him, say why. Not the actual act but why the act offends him. Since you admire her for making it in a mans world, you could mention the struggles she has with some of the men, e.g. with Chilton and with some of the men on the force who try to hinder her progression with the case. Also do you know what Starling does with Lecter after he escapes (in the next book), if you don't you should find out and see if you still want to be like her. I enjoyed reading your review, it brought back some good memories of the book/movie.

What are some books you would recommend? by Q: I'm making a list of books I have to read by the end of the year, and right now, it's not very big. I want to add 1000 books (big challenge! I'm 12) and I only have 35. :( So if you guys have any good books (preferably fantasy) please add them below so I can put them on my list. Here's what I have so far: The Thief Lord by ??? Twisted by ??? The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster The Hero and The Crown and The Blue Sword by Robin McKinley The Silver Crown by Robert C. O'Brien The Prydain Chronicles by Lloyd Alexander Crown Duel by Sherwood Smith Court Duel by Sherwood Smith Gregor the Overlander by Suzanne Collins Septimus Heap by Angie Sage Bartimaeus Trilogy by Jonathan Stroud Oracle by Jackie French Singer of all Songs by Kate Constable Which Witch by Eva Ibbotson Charlie Bones by Jenny NimmpoThe Two Princess' of Bamarre by Gail Carson Levine Goose Chase by Patrice Kindl The Giver by Lois Lowry Green Angel by Alice Hoffman Hush Little Baby By Caroline B. Cooney Twins by Caroline B. Cooney The Face on the Milk Carton by Caroline B. Cooney Locked in Time by Lois Duncan A Ring of Endless Light by Madeline L'Engle The Wanderer by Sharon Creech Ten Ten by ??? Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien Hunger Games by Suzanne Collind The Sight by David Clement-Davies Mortal Instruments (Series) by Cassandra Clare Infernal Devices (Series) by Cassandra Clare Graceling by Kristin Cashore Fallen (Series) by Lauren Kate Delirium by Lauren Oliver Night World by L.J. Smith Can you put the name of the book and the author please? And if you know what author wrote some of these books and I have a "???" for the author, feel free to tell me the name of the author. I welcome as many books as possible. Thanks!

A: The Thief Lord is by Cornelia Funke Here are some of my favorite series Stravaganza by Mary Hoffman Inkheart Trilogy by Cornelia Funke Alex Rider by Anthony Horowitz Artemis Fowl by Eoin Colfer Here are some books(no series) Airman by Eoin Colfer The Supernaturalist by Eoin Colfer Hope you'll enjoy these books. Good Luck

Please read the prologue of my novel? by Madeleine Q: “Sarah! Sarah Levine!” I whirled around. My name was being called. But who was calling it? That voice – it was vaguely familiar. I knew it from somewhere, but where? I searched the faces all around me and saw the one that went with the voice. My blood ran cold. It was my dear friend from before the war, Anne. She was only half-Jewish – her father was and her mother was not; I guessed she had survived by proving the existence of two non-Jewish grandparents. “The unlikeliness of finding you – here of all places, oh Sarah, I thought you were dead!” “Hello, Anne,” I said. I wasn’t as pleased as she was. Here was an old friend, a painful reminder of the life I so wanted to forget. “Well,” she continued – Anne was always very talkative, “We survived – Mama insisted that we weren’t Jewish because her parents weren’t, and the child should always take the religion of her mother. You know my mother; she’s so persuasive I’ll bet she could have convinced them we were Roman Catholic if she wanted to! Papa, he wasn’t so lucky. He went into hiding so my mother could say he was dead, because if he was dead we could be completely Christian, the Jewish part of our family gone. He was arrested by the Gestapo in May 1944.” “Oh no,” I gasped. “Oh yes. And he had been hiding for almost three years too! What a waste. And of course, Mama was also scared that since Papa was still alive, I would be only half-Christian again. But we were all right. But Papa – he got taken to the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in August 1944, and transported to Auschwitz in January 1945.” I knew what that likely meant. I had heard other stories like this one, and most who entered Auschwitz did not ever come out again. There were gas chambers, where you were told you were going to take a shower and were herded into a big room. But it was not water that you were showered with; it was poison gas. And then you suffocated and died. Anne spoke again. “But I suppose he was lucky. He was not gassed, although he came home to us more dead than alive. The horrors he experienced – they changed him.” Suddenly I felt a surge of anger toward my friend. She had seen nothing, experienced nothing, hid from the war as a so-called Christian, and upset that her father, fresh from the worst killing center in the world, had changed. What did she expect, really? She didn’t know anything! She should be thankful that her father came home at all, for so many other children never saw their fathers again. “And Sarah,” said Anne. “I have news of our friends.” Oh yes, now I remembered. Before the war we had a group, me and Anne and three other girls. And I was about to hear their fates. I was suddenly scared, and I did not want to know, but I forced myself to listen. “Nicole is very much alive,” she began. I was so relieved. Nicole was my best friend, before the war, and I had feared for her. She was dark-haired, petite, and very serious. Her height made people often mistake her for a ten-year-old, when she was actually thirteen – the last time I had seen her, in 1943. Before I went into hiding. “She survived the war by going into hiding with friends, where she stayed until the end of the war. Her mother died, in Auschwitz, but her father is alive, and so is Jacob. The family is on an immigration list to America, in the hopes of starting a new life there.” Jacob was her little brother. “Jacqueline is, unfortunately dead. She was arrested in June 1943, and was taken to Auschwitz in November 1943 and immediately gassed, along with her older brother Jonathan, and both her parents.” I began to shiver uncontrollably and it had nothing to do with the cold in the room. Why had I survived, but tall, sophisticated, dark-haired, Jacque had not? And her brother, Jonathan – in 1943 I had had a crush on him. Blonde-haired, tall, muscular, and sixteen, he was great. “Klara, also, is dead. She and her older sister Leah joined the Resistance, and were caught. They were tortured until details of the Resistance work were provided, and then were shot.” Poor Klara! Blonde-haired and blue-eyed, she had been the youngest of us – she was born on December 25, Christmas Day, 1930. She was the only one of us who was not Jewish, so we had been so sure no harm would come to her anyways. And Leah was like another sister to me. She was fifteen when I had last seen her, and I had confided in her freely. She had listened and advised me. We had talked about serious things, like the war, and teenage things, like boys. I had missed her so while I was hiding! I turned suddenly and walked away from my old friend. “Hey, Sarah!” she called after me. I turned around again. “Maybe we can get together sometime, now that I’ve found you. You know, for old times’ sake.” “Maybe,” I replied with a curt nod. But I knew we wouldn’t. It was too painful, being with her, remembering the past. But it was she who made me remember. And it hurt so much, I wish “Maybe,” I replied with a curt nod. But I knew we wouldn’t. It was too painful, being with her, remembering the past. But it was she who made me remember. And it hurt so much, I wish I hadn't. I'm a 14 yr old aspiring writer. Is this good and how can I improve?

A: I really like it. :) I like the descriptions of your main character's emotions; they make the story very convincing. Overall very good, and I would love to read more. I'm also a teenage aspiring writer, and applaud you for your conviction. Thanks for letting me read it!

Help! Any avid teen readers out there? by Lynna J Q: I really need something to read. I like mostly romance, adventure, and fantasy. The problem is, I read so fast, that I can't find anything new. I've read the Twilight books, along with the Morganville Vampire series, all of Garth Nix's books, Tamora Pierce, Robin McKinley, Gail Carson Levine, Donna Jo Napoli, Alison Croggon, Chris Wooding, Scott Westerfeld, Libba Bray, Jonathan Stroud, the Harry Potter books, the Eragon books, and most of E. Lockhart's books. Sorry for getting so specific, but I really need ideas! Thanks for any help!

A: Wow, you really do love reading, hey? Most of the books I normally recommend seem to be included in your list. Try: His Dark Materials - Philip Pullman Wildwood Dancing/Cybele's Secret - Juliet Marillier The Missing series - Jenny Carroll

What are you top ten favorite books? by Jacob'sBelle Q: I am looking for some new books to read and would like to know what your favorites are. I mostly read young adult fiction or science fiction but I am open to everything. My top Ten favorite books in no particular order are: The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins To Kill A Mocking Bird by Harper Lee It was on Fire when I Lay Down on It by Robert Fulghum Extras by Scott Westerfeld The Host by Stephenie Meyer The Two Princesses of Bamarre by Gail Carson Levine The Bartimaeus Trilogy by Jonathan Stroud Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by JK Rowling Tithe by Holly Black Other book suggestions that you think I might like are welcome as well. If you must use one of the Twilight books in your list of favorites, please do not use all four of them, it would be preferable if you did not use any of them but if you have to please keep it to a maximum of two or just say the Twilight series. Thank you :]

A: The Harry Potter Series - J.K. Rowling Pride and Prejudice - Jane Austen A Tree Grows in Brooklyn - Betty Smith The Mediator Series - Meg Cabot Ordinary People - Judith Guest Heir Apparent - Laurie Halse Anderson The Devil in the White City - Erik Larson Fever - Laurie Halse Anderson The Girl with the Pearl Earring - Tracy Chevalier These are all awesome! I like most of yours too!

Does any one know of books (or manga) with gods (or demons) as characters? by anna Q: Troy, Adele Geras. Till We Have Faces, C.S. Lewis The Bartimaeaus Trilogy, Jonathan Stroud Ever, Gail Carson Levine Percy Jackson

A: Word on the Gaiman books, plus Terry Pratchett's Small Gods, (they show up in a couple different Discworld books, but that's where Om's really the star of the show,) "Illusions" by Richard Bach, Tolkien's Silmarillion, K.A. Applegate's Everworld series, David Eddings Younger Gods, Mallorean, and Tamuli series, plus his Redemption of Althelus and "The Losers," some of the Xanth novels by Piers Anthony, especially "Yon Ill Wind" and "Between a Roc and a Hard Place," and technically, Robert Aspirin's Myth Adventures series, though only the Deveels really look like traditional demons. On the manga front we've got Ah! My Goddess, Spice and Wolf, and if you include Shinigami and/or evil teen geniuses with God complexes as demons, Death Note. And that's just off the top of my head...

how do i label 3d artwork? mixed media or assmblage? by JJ Q: Hello, I need to describe artwork for a submission packet. They ask for artwork to be labeled in this way: (name, title, size, medium, year) This is how I have it so far: Jonathan Jay Levine, Brighten, 7” x 13.5”, Mixed Media on Wood, 2010. My question is how do I describe the medium which is mixed media? I have said "mixed media on wood". or is it assemblage? since the artwork is wood covered with various elements... You can look at my artwork for more clarification: www.jjlevine.com click portfilio> sculpture Thanks!! JJ

A: Assemblage would mean you assembled everything from found objects. If you used paint quite noticeably I would call it mixed media. I don't think it matters that much, if in doubt you can call it mixed media. Mixed media should cover the term assemblage. Whereas I do think assemblage means that you didn't do any painterly or sculptural manipulation of the found material beyond cutting and assembling.

Thoughts on Joseph Gordon-Levitt's career thus far? by Metal Quality Q: He actually has a pretty lengthy filmography for a young actor, but (500) Days of Summer and Inception are really the only films he gets mentioned for. How many of his other films have you seen? Was he good in his roles? He has a big next few years, with 50/50, Premium Rush, Looper, and, of course, The Dark Knight Rises. BQ: Could "50/50", Jonathan Levine's ('The Wackness') upcoming comedy starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt as a cancer patient with a positive outlook on his situation, and Seth Rogen as his comedic best friend, end up being either Levitt or Rogen's best performances? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/50/50_%282011_film%29

A: First movie I saw with him in it was Myserious Skin. He was great in it. That's what got me into watching his movies, and then I watched (500) DoS and was surprised when I saw he was in it...pleasent surprise though I've seen Manic (which is funny because he and Deschanel are starring in it), Havoc, Mysterious Skin, and Inception... BQ: I think I saw something about that and it looks good. It's kinda like how I feel about Ed Helms doing Cedar Rapids---I hope it gets high ratings

What are your thoughts on these upcoming films? by Metal Quality Q: The 13 Women of Nanjing (starring Christian Bale, directed by Yimou Zhang) - Chinese sex workers in 1937 volunteer to replace university students as escorts for invading Japanese soldiers. Lincoln (starring Daniel-Day Lewis, directed by Steven Spielberg) - The sixteenth President of the United States guides the North to victory during the Civil War. Live With It (starring Joseph-Gordon Levitt and Seth Rogen, directed by Jonathan Levine) - A comedic account of a 27-year-old guy's cancer diagnosis and his subsequent struggle to beat the disease. These are just some films I'm personally anticipating. How do you think they will turn out?

A: The 13 women- should be great. Topic sounds a lil weird. But come on. Bale? Enough said Lincoln- hand over the oscars now. Lincolns an interesting figure I wonder if they'll include the whole john wilkes booth stuff too. Book rec- manhunt. A historic novel of the 12 day man hunt for wilkes booth. Just incredible Live with it- im not really into movies about cancer or things like that but ill check it out. The transformers 3 trailer during the super bowl looked pretty dope

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