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  1. ntinos2011, send me your email via PM
  2. I'm giving away 3 IPT invites. One ratio / seedbox proof and promise to maintain a good ratio :)
  3. Is this still active? I would like to apply, because a seedbox always comes in handy when you need to buffer some accounts :D
  4. http://grooveshark.com/#!/fattburger
  5. Between the two - AVG.
  6. I think TL has the best speeds, but IPT has the biggest choice of torrents. It's best to combine :)
  7. None of my favorite shows are on the list, but from the ones you listed i would pick 3rd rock from the sun.
  8. I'm using AVG because it's free, but i'm not satisfied. I used Kaspersky before, and i think it was a lot better. Now i can find any working licences and they are to expensive for my pocket right now.
  9. Sara Bareilles — who recently dedicated her song “Hercules” to Williams — will perform during the In Memoriam Billy Crystal will present a tribute to Robin Williams at Monday's Emmy Awards, executive producer Don Mischer said Tuesday. Sara Bareilles will handle the In Memoriam musical duties. Following Williams’ suicide, during a show at the Greek Theatre, Bareilles dedicated her song “Hercules” to his memory and family. At the red carpet rollout and Emmy's Governors Ball preview in downtown, Los Angeles, Calif. this morning, Mischer also said that there will be 26 awards handed out in three hours on Aug. 25. The final two awards of the night will be Best Drama and Best Comedy. In addition to Mischer, also executive producing the awards show hosted by Seth Meyers are Glenn Weiss, Danette Herman, Keith Raywood, Bob Dickinson and Steve Jordan, along with Charlie Haykel and Juliane Hare. Williams was found dead in his Tiburon, Calif. home on Aug. 11. The Emmys air live on NBC on Monday, Aug 25 8 ET/5 PT.
  10. Final North American box-office numbers show The Expendables 3 taking in $15.9 million, less than Sunday's already dismal estimate of $16.2 million. Expendables 3 didn't change position on the top 10 chart, where it placed No. 4 after holdovers Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles andGuardians of the Galaxy and new R-rated comedy Let's Be Cops. The Weinstein Co. and Walden's YA film adaptation The Giver, starring Jeff Bridges, Meryl Streep and Brenton Thwaites, also came in lower than expected, opening to $12.3 million, versus $12.8 million estimated. It stayed at No. 5. From Lionsgate and Millennium Films, Expendables 3 was no doubt hurt by piracy. A pristine copy of the action movie leaked on the Internet prior to the film's release was viewed more than 5 million times, prompting Lionsgate to file a lawsuit. The threequel's domestic opening came in $10 million behind expectations and marked a franchise worst. The first Expendablesdebuted to $34.8 million domestically in August 2010, followed by $28.6 million for the sequel in August 2012. Both of those films were rated R, while the threequel is rated PG-13, meaning it should have seen a boost from its more family-friendly rating. However, it played older than the previous two films, with 66 percent of the audience over the age of 25, compared with 60 percent for the first film and 65 percent for the second. Some box-office observers say piracy could certainly have impacted the demo breakdown. The Expendables franchise is the brainchild of Sylvester Stallone and Avi Lerner, whose Nu Image/Millennium partnered with Lionsgate on the series. The films have generally cost in the $90 million range to produce and have done especially big business overseas. Expendables 2 took in $220.4 million internationally, compared to $85 million in North America. Expendables 3 hopes to make up ground overseas but is off to a sluggish start, including opening to $3.8 million in Russia, compared to $8 million for Expendables 2. All told, it launched in 22 markets over the weekend, grossing $15 million. Piracy is hurting the movie internationally as well. This time out, Barney (Stallone), Christmas (Jason Statham) and other team members battle villain Conrad Stonebanks (Mel Gibson). The multi-generational cast includes Harrison Ford, KellanLutz, Ronda Rousey, Randy Couture, Antonio Banderas, Jet Li, Wesley Snipes, DolphLundgren, Kelsey Grammer, Terry Crews, Glen Powell, Victor Ortiz and Robert Davi. At the specialty box office, Sunday estimates showed Richard Linklater's indie hit Boyhood placing No. 10 with $2.2 million. However, the movie lost that spot to Hercules when final numbers came in, with Boyhood's number lowering to $2 million, putting it at No. 11. Here are the final top 10 films for the weekend of Aug. 15-17 at the domestic box office: Title, Weeks in Release/Theater Count, Studio, Weekend Total, Percentage Change, Cume 1. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, 2/3,980, Paramount, $28.5 million, -57%, $117.8 million 2. Guardians of the Galaxy, 3/3,697, Disney/Marvel, $25.1 million, -40%, $222.7 million 3. Let's Be Cops, 1/3,094, 20th Century Fox, $17.8 million, $26.2 million 4. The Expendables 3, 1/3,221, Lionsgate/Millennium, $15.9 million 5. The Giver, 1/3,003, The Weinstein Co./Walden, $12.3 million 6. Into the Storm, 2/3,434, Warner Bros./New Line, $7.9 million, -55%, $31.5 million 7. The Hundred-Foot Journey, 2/2,042, Disney/DreamWorks, $7.2 million, -35%, $23.7 million 8. Lucy, 4/2,520, Universal/EuropaCorp, $5.5 million, -42%, $107.7 million 9. Step Up All In, 2/2,072, Lionsgate/Summit, $2.7 million, -58%, $11.8 million 10. Hercules, 4/1,475, Paramount/MGM, $2.1 million, -63%, $68.2 million
  11. Even 'Guardians' and 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' can't stop the decline Hollywood owes a big debt of gratitude to a group of oddball galactic heroes and karate-trained turtles. North American box office revenue for August is up a whopping 17.6 percent so far thanks to the stellar performance of Disney and Marvel Studios' Guardians of the Galaxy, followed by Paramount's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The two films have helped to narrow an unprecedented 20 percent year-over-year deficit at the summer box office to 15.3 percent. However, that gap isn't likely to close much by Labor Day, making for the biggest year-over-year decline in at least three decades, if not more. Revenue from May 2 through Aug. 17 stands at $3.699 billion, compared to $4.367 for the same period in 2014, according to Rentrak. As a result, revenue for the full year is down by more than 5 percent. It's unclear whether 2014 summer revenue can cross $4 billion. Even if it does, the season could still be headed for an eight-year low. Many believe chances are slim that the final tally can match the $4.14 billion earned in summer 2008 or the $4.16 billion grossed in summer 2007, the first time total ticket sales hit $4 billion. Last year's summer total clocked in at a record $4.75 billion, preceded by $4.28 billion in 2012, $4.4 billion in 2011, $4.22 billion in 2010 and $4.33 billion in 2009. While there have been no Lone Ranger-size debacles, for the first time since 2001 no summer pic will cross $300 million domestically. To date, Paramount's Transformers: Age of Extinction tops the North American summer chart with $243.3 million, followed by Disney's Maleficent ($236.8 million) and 20th Century Fox's X-Men: Days of Future Past ($232.5 million). Guardians, making history by showing that a superhero tentpole can prosper in August, is widely expected to soon overtake Age of Extinction, having already amassed a domestic gross of $222.7 million since its Aug. 1 release. Like Guardians, TMNT has also overperformed since its Aug. 8 release, earning $117.6 million domestically in its first 10 days. "The ups and downs of this summer's box office truly illustrates the effect that just one or two movies can have on the overall health of the industry," says Rentrak box office analyst Paul Dergarabedian. "August alone is the comeback kid of the calendar and this year has enabled the summer deficit to be knocked down by almost 5 percent in just three weeks." Adds one top studio executive: "All I know is that we were in a big hole, and now that hole isn't so big anymore." International returns remain strong, making up for some of the damage (case in point, Age of Extinctionhas earned $1.05 billion globally) but in certain cases they aren't enough. The Amazing Spider-Man 2topped out at $708.3 million globally, including $202.9 million domestically. That's notably behind the $757.9 million earned worldwide by The Amazing Spider-Man in 2012.
  12. Film guild members can feast on the movie for free when it returns to theaters nationwide Jon Favreau's food-truck comedy Chef will return to theaters nationwide over the Labor Day holiday in the hopes of cooking up interest among awards voters and general consumers. The indie hit from Open Road Films, has earned nearly $30 million at the U.S. box office since its debut May 9 in select theaters. At its widest point, the movie was playing in 1,298 locations. Now, it is only screening in roughly 122 locations. That changes on Aug. 29, when Chef will be on the marquee of 600 to 800 theaters across the country. In a major awards push, members of the film industry guilds and organizations will be able to see Cheffor free. Favreau, who directed and wrote Chef, also stars opposite Sofia Vergara, Scarlett Johansson,John Leguizamo, Bobby Cannavale, Dustin Hoffman and Oliver Platt.
  13. Add Matthew McConaughey to the list of top actors appearing in luxury automobile campaigns with Hollywood pretensions. McConaughey has entered a multiyear deal to appear in a series of TV and digital ads for Lincoln. The first spots, shot in and around Austin, where the native Texan McConaughey lives, are directed by Nicolas Winding Refn, who helmed 2011's Ryan Gosling-Carey Mulligan art house thriller Drive. Car companies are increasingly hiring A-list actors and directors to create elaborate filmed campaigns that are more ambitious in scope than the 30-second commercials for Mercedes narrated by Jon Hamm that first started airing in 2010. Earlier this year, BMW aired three spots directed by Gus Van Zant, one of them narrated by Boardwalk Empire actor Michael Pitt, who played a character based on Kurt Cobain in Van Zant's Last Days, to introduce its i8 plug-in hybrid sports car. Jaguar tapped Ridley Scott's production company to make Desire, a 13-minute action film starring Damian Lewis and Shannyn Sossamon, to launch its F-Type convertible. The marque is currently running a campaign featuring Tom Hiddleston, Ben Kingsley and Mark Strong playing British villains. The McConaughey campaign debuts in September.
  14. I got my invite, thanks to a good member. This thread can be closed.
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