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Mantenna - Wednesday, March 10

by spike.com   March 10, 2010 at 9:00PM  |  Views: 67

Demi Moore likes to pole dance with her daughter, there’s a new richest man in the world, and Jeff Bridges doesn’t really like being famous...a boy's best friend is his Mantenna!

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Demi and Rumer Like to Pole Dance

Demi Moore apparently remembers all the moves she learned from her film Striptease and now she's teaching them to her daughter. The 47-year-old actress recently showed off her pole dancing skills at a party held at the famed Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles. Then Demi encouraged her 21-year-old daughter Rumer to join in. According to Life and Style magazine, “There was a pole at the bash, and Demi thought it would be fun to show everyone she still has what it takes. Demi even spun around the pole upside down. It was incredible .It was strange, but Demi encouraged Rumer to join her.” The crowd of A-listers was apparently very impressed. [Life and Style]

There’s a New Richest Man in the World

Mexican billionaire Calros Slim Helu is the world’s richest man, taking out the top spot in this year’s Forbes magazine annual ranking. The 70-year-old amassed his fortune in the telecommunication business, controlling that industry in Mexico and much of South America. Forbes values his wealth at $53.5 billion, which is up $18.5 billon in the past year. He beat out last year’s richest man Bill Gates by half a billion dollars. Gates, who has topped the list 14 times over the last 15 years, is apparently worth $53 billion. Warren Buffet, known as the Oracle of Omaha, came in third with a fortune valued at $47 billon. Overall the number of billionaires is up, as is their average wealth. [MSNBC]

Wall Street 2 Release Date Pushed

The return of Gordon Gekko to the big screen has been delayed. In a worrying sign about the quality of the film, the sequel to Wall Street has had it release date changed from April 23rd to September 24th. The film, titled Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, sees Michael Douglas reprise his Academy Award winning role and stars Shia LeBeouf as his latest protégé. It is rumored that the film has been pushed so that it can premiere at the Cannes film festival. So there’s still a possibility it’s really good. [Inside Movies]

Jeff Bridges Doesn’t Like Being Famous Anymore

Jeff Bridges has admitted that he is wary of becoming "too famous." The Academy Award-winner also warned other stars that attention can limit their freedom. "Growing up in Hollywood, I've seen the downside to being too famous," Showbiz Spy quotes him as saying. "You have to start thinking about staying on top, you have to get calculating, and you can't walk down the street. They have never been attractive prospects to me. Less fame would be better than more." I’m sure the dude will abide. [Star Magazine]

OK Go Splits With EMI

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OK Go has left EMI and will re-release their newest LP, Of The Color of Blue Sky, on its own the Paracadute Recordings label. The group had some beef recently over an EMI policy that prevented the band's fans from embedding the YouTube video of the video “This Too Shall Pass.” Singer Damian Kulash even chatted to The New York Times about the policy's impact on the band's career. Sounds like this might be for the best. [Rolling Stone]

 

OnLive Remote Gaming Service Launches In June

The internet-based remote gaming service OnLive is scheduled to roll out on June 17th for the PC and Mac platforms. Also announced was its service cost: gamers will need to fork over $14.95 per month to play. However, the company did not disclose the price to rent or purchase games. Partnering in this launch are publishers including Electronic Arts, Ubisoft, 2K Games, THQ, and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. The service will also include newer releases like Mass Effect 2, Borderlands, Assassin’s Creed II, as well as a bunch of other titles. Perlman anticipates anywhere from a dozen to 25 titles to be available at launch time, and more after that, depending on how negotiations with other publishers proceed. [PC Mag]

Uncle Sam Considering Free-ish Wireless Broadband Service to U.S. Residents

U.S. regulators may dedicate spectrum to free wireless Internet service for some Americans to increase affordable broadband service nationwide, the Federal Communications Commission said on Tuesday. The FCC provided few details about how it would carry out such a plan and who would qualify, but will make a recommendation under the National Broadband Plan set for release next week. The agency will determine details later. One way of making broadband more affordable is to "consider use of spectrum for a free or a very low-cost wireless broadband service," the FCC said in a statement. [ZD Net]

 

 

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Tuesday, March 9

Monday, March 8

Friday, March 5

Thursday, March 4

Wednesday, March 3

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