New Line Cinema's The Golden Compass is scheduled
to hit theaters today, but critics claim that the
controversial nature of the film could hurt the box office numbers. According
to Market Watch, the Catholic League
has called for a boycott of the movie, due to anti-Christian notions in the
film. Not even last year's “The Da Vinci Code” sparked this kind of action from
Tribune provides an interviewwith the longtime atheist
Pullman, 61, author of these fairy tales and
states that he hardly looks like a ‘god-killer.' And while his fantasy film is
being referred to as “sugarcoated atheism,” it may still attract large
audiences, particularly from the 10 to 14- year- old tween group.
Crafters and DIY enthusiasts may have more options
when purchasing project materials. Martha Stewart Crafts launched this year
with the line available at Michaels stores and on MarthStewartcrafts.com, but
now the Better Homes & Gardens brand is looking to leverage its #1 magazine
status from Adage and roll out with a
crafts line of its own.
Job hunters rejoiced when the US economy added
jobs last month, raising the number of employed people by 94,000. But in
sectors like construction, real estate, and financial services, the numbers
Even with her “Ten Most Fascinating People of 2007”
special airing last night, Barbara Walters says that she is tired of celebrity
The 78-year-old journalist says
she wants to focus on other topics.
Coca-cola fans can now meet up in Coca-cola
world via there.com, a virtual site. Reward points from Coke bottle caps can
be redeemed for purchases in this private island.