Blog Posts - James Dean



Hollywood’s Most Striking Lookalikes

There’s an interesting phenomenon in Hollywood whereby every now and then we see a young actor or actress who strikingly resembles a star from a previous generation. Perhaps this is bound to happen. After all, we’re more familiar with the...
by Another Maria on Jul 11, 2016

REWIND: Manic Street Preachers - 'Elvis Impersonator: Blackpool Pier' (Live)

It's hard to believe that the Manic Street Preachers masterpiece 'Everything Must Go' is now over twenty years old. Recently re-released as a deluxe edition featuring extra tracks, live material and more, the band's fourth studio album was released o...
by RW/FF on Jun 10, 2016

16 January 2016 - JAMES DEAN

JAMES DEANG'day folks,Today, I present some facts about a former heart throb from Hollywood. James Byron Dean was an American actor. He is a cultural icon of teenage disillusionment and social estrangement, as expressed in the title of his most cel...
by clancy tucker's blog on Jan 15, 2016

The Warwick Hotel New York City

The Warwick Hotel New York combines the trifecta of Old World elegance, 4-star luxury and a prime location. Founded by publisher William Randolph Hearst in 1926, 426 comfortable accommodations boast marble bathrooms, and vibrant, 1930's-style artwork...
by eTravelTrips on Dec 22, 2015

PHOTOGRAPHY: Manic Street Preachers (OnBlackheath Festival, London, September 2015)

Photos of the Manics, who played an incredible set at the OnBlackheath Festival in London on Saturday night. A legendary group on absolutely stunning form.
by RW/FF on Sep 14, 2015

Badlands

In my recent efforts of trying to change few things in my life, I’ve started to watch some old movies that sat around my computer for ages. Quite scared by Tree of Life (watched it some time ago), one of more recent Terrrence Malick’s wor...
by Futility on Aug 7, 2015

Blind Spot ’15 : Rebel Without A Cause (1955)

I think the title ‘Rebel Without A Cause’ got me thinking that James Dean was a dangerous and feared bad ass. After I watched the... The post Blind Spot ’15 : Rebel Without A Cause (1955) appeared first on Inspired Ground.
by Inspired Ground on Jul 1, 2015

Sylvester Stallone as an artist in France

Sylvester Stallone drove last year with colleagues on a tank by Cannes to promote the film festival in France Expendables film. This year he has been in the French resort of Nice to exhibit......
by Weeklyups on May 21, 2015

REWIND: Manic Street Preachers - No Surface All Feeling

Today (January 20) is the birthday of Manic Street Preachers bassist and lyricist Nicky Wire. To celebrate the Welsh rock n roll icon turning 45, today's Rewind selection is the closing track from the astonishing 1996 album 'Everything Must Go'. The...
by RW/FF on Jan 20, 2015

A Rosa For Me, A Rosa for You

At the beginning of September I started attending (with my brothers) an event called Catholic Tango, an 8-week series in the heart of SoHo (inspired by St. Pope John Paul II’s Theology of the Body). I had the pleasure of meeting a wonderful gir...
by That's Amore Like It on Dec 12, 2014

REWIND: Manic Street Preachers - 'Archives Of Pain'

After scoring their most substantial amount of critical acclaim in years with this year's 'Futurology' album, the Manics have also been marking the 20th anniversary of their astonishing 1994 classic 'The Holy Bible'. This week saw the release of a de...
by RW/FF on Dec 9, 2014

Watch: James Dean, Natalie Wood, and Sal Mineo’s ‘Rebel Without a Cause’ Screen Test

Fifty-nine years ago (September 30, 1955), Hollywood legend James Dean was killed in a car accident. Along with the memorable performances in the three films that he starred in, his death at only age 24 quickly pushed him to an eternal iconic status...
by Daily Actor on Sep 30, 2014

Track Of The Day: Manic Street Preachers - 'Futurology' (Seiliog Mix)

The Manics are of course one of my favourite bands of all time, which is why remixes of their songs rarely ever have the same impact on me as the unbeatable original versions. But here is a rarity: a remix of a Manics track that I feel improves on th...
by RW/FF on Sep 18, 2014

The Warwick Hotel New York City

The Warwick Hotel New York combines the trifecta of Old World elegance, 4-star luxury and a prime location. Founded by publisher William Randolph Hearst in 1926, 426 comfortable accommodations boast marble bathrooms, and vibrant, 1930's-style artwork...
by eTravelTrips on Aug 29, 2014

That Cat Club

THEY'VE BEEN REVERED, FEARED, immortalized as characters and sunglass shapes, and within the past decade, provided lol moments through GIFs and memes. Still, however famous Grumpy Cat, Choupette or Hug Your Cat Day ever get, cats continue to be under...
by LadyLikes on Aug 19, 2014

James Dean (2001) Scene

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by Film trailers World on Aug 6, 2014

WRITTEN IN BLOOD SCREAM QUEEN OF THE MONTH-AUGUST, 2014-TRACI LORDS

“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”-George Santayana I’m sure that Traci Lords hasn’t forgotten her past. How could she forget in this day and age of the internet? If there’s a photo or a sto...
by Written in Blood on Jul 28, 2014

Track Of The Day: Manic Street Preachers - 'Between The Clock And The Bed'

On my first listen to the new Manics album 'Futurology', I didn't immediately warm to many of these songs, and felt that the band I fell in love with were barely recognisable anymore. After the second time I played it, all that changed. One thing tha...
by RW/FF on Jul 20, 2014

REVIEW: Manic Street Preachers - 'Futurology' (Sony Records)

When Nicky Wire announced in 2010 that the Manic Street Preachers were going to have "an extended break", we all knew that their eventual return would be an interesting one. Their formula had begun to wear thin, and with the "last shot at mass commun...
by RW/FF on Jul 4, 2014

Track Of The Day: Manic Street Preachers - 'Walk Me To The Bridge'

Welsh legends the Manic Street Preachers release their new album 'Futurology' on July 7. Taken from it, here is the new single, which comes with a video directed by Keiran Evans. The insistently catchy 'Walk Me To The Bridge' certainly seems to have...
by RW/FF on Apr 29, 2014


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