Moymoy Palaboy & Roadfill with an appearance of Pinoy Biscuit Blogger DCRJ (Dr. Dan C. Rivera, Jr.) in the music video 'Rugby Boy' from the moymoypalaboy 'Uploaded' Album CD/DVD Moymoy Palaboy & Roadfill at DCRJ's clinic January 30, 2009

Tuesday, July 22, 2008


Five months after his untimely death from an accidental drug overdose, Heath Ledger delivers arguably his best screen performance ever in the box-office blockbuster Batman adventure The Dark Knight. Insiders are offering their bets for a posthumous Oscar nomination for Heath Ledger next year for his superb performance in The Dark Knight.

Hollywood's stereotypical treatment of the Chinese in the movies disappointed Bruce Lee, instead of a movie carreer in Hollywood he made martial art films in Hong Kong. After completing 3 Hong Kong films and 1 still in production, Hollywood felt the impact of the tremendous box-office success of Lee's HK films and a major Hollywood studio finally offered Bruce Lee a starring role in a big budget Hollywood production. A starring role in a Hollywood film was what Bruce Lee has been waiting all his life, the film later to be known as Enter The Dragon. Bruce Lee was in Hong Kong discussing plans for the completion of his mothballed HK film 'Game of Death', he died three weeks before the Hollywood premiere of Enter The Dragon in 1973.

James Dean's status as a cultural icon is best embodied in the title of his most celebrated film, Rebel Without a Cause, in which he starred as troubled high school rebel Jim Stark. The other two roles that defined his star power were as the awkward loner Cal Trask in East of Eden, and as the surly farmer Jett Rink in Giant. His enduring fame and popularity rests on only three films, his entire starring output. James Dean died driving his Porsche Spyder, collided with another car in Cholame, California September 30, 1955. He was the first actor to receive a posthumous Academy Award nomination for Best Actor and remains the only person to have two such nominations posthumously.

Peter Finch is most notable for his role as Howard Beale in the film, Network. Finch died from a heart attack on January 14, 1977 at the age of 64 before the Oscar guild nominated him for Best Actor. Peter Finch won the Best Actor trophy beating fellow nominee Sylvester Stallone (Rocky), that earned Finch the only posthumous Academy Award for acting in the history of the awards.

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