Batman was always my favourite super hero. He had it all, the suit, the cars, the cape and of course the girls. His courageous and often death defying escapades thrilled me down to my little cotton socks as a boy, and if I’m honest, they still do. One thing I could never understand about Batman was the mask. Why did he hide his identity? Was he so modest that he didn’t want recognition and praise for all his heroic acts? Or was he too scared that fame and mass adoration would change his ethics or perspective thus making him a lesser man? Whatever the reason, the mask added a certain mystery to Batman who otherwise would have just been a man, jumping around in a Lycra suit.
Five. Harry Potter may have put down his wand for now, but you can still enjoy the magic of the films with a tour of Warner Bros Studios, where you can walk through beautiful sets, look at costumes and props, sip on a cool glass of butterbeer and even fly a broomstick. A real behind the scenes look at the most successful film series of all time, not to be missed.
BEST SCORE: Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross for „The Social Network”. The Academy got this one right, but I didn’t with my pick of Alexandre Desplat for „The King’s Speech”.
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The You are not banksy collection will be viewable May 30, 2013, 6:30 – 10 p.m., at the Guerrilla One, Ethos Gallery and Jarritos pop up Gallery, 7020 Melrose Ave., presents: The Plastic Jesus pop up LA art show. It is being billed as the best Street Art event of 2013 showcasing old and new work.sure to be a crowd puller and a crowd pleaser. This show is not to be missed.
Our advice is not to fuel the Banksy profiteers by buying these cheap canvas print rip offs. Look out for the next Banksy. Research the street art market. find the street art forums. The ‚woostercollective’ is always a great place to start. Don’t buy a brand name, find art you love and try to make your purchases based on that. You’ll sleep a lot easier in the long run if you follow these simple tips.
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