The Secret Of The Unicorn Full Movie Trailer.flv First full trailer for the Steven Spielberg-directed, Peter Jackson-produced adaptation of Hergé’s Tintin comics. Based on a script penned by Steven Moffat, Edgar Wright, and Joe Cornish,The Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn features the vocal talents of Jamie Bell, Andy Serkis, Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, and Daniel Craig.
Mel Gibson’s Gay Brother Comes To His Defense According to Mel Gibson’s brother, Andrew, Gibson’s family still refuses to believe that the recordings of Mel “using abusive, homophobic and racist language are really of him.” But an openly gay Mr Gibson said his brother’s comments were not meant to cause any offence and, when he had come out to family and friends more than two decades ago, Mel had been supportive.
Pawlenty: “Born This Way” Rocks But Its Lyrics Aren’t Peer-Reviewed Maybe Tim Pawlenty doesn’t listen to the words of his favorite
songs. Today he was caught off guard when asked to defend his self-professed love for Lady Gaga’s Born This Way, an explicitly pro–gay rights song that could be heard at Pride festivals nationwide in June.
Kerry Defends Obama’s Evolution on Marriage “Marriage is deeply personal,” Kerry wrote in the Boston Globe. “Our positions are based on unique combinations of reason, belief, and experience, not polling and politics. Everyone is entitled to his own view, in his own time, including the president.”
Top NBC Reporter’s Tough Words For Limbaugh, Palin NBC’s chief White House correspondent Chuck Todd told David Gregory that Rush
Limbaugh and Sarah Palin could “never” win the Republican nomination. Todd was speaking on Sunday’s “Meet the Press.” Palin is the subject of a lengthy cover story in the latest issue of “Newsweek.” The tagline on the cover reads, “I Can Win.” Not so fast, said Todd. “It feels like she is simply trying to go out on her own terms,” he said, adding that Palin’s message seemed to be, “I could win, but I don’t need it.”
Heat Warnings Issued In Multiple States DALLAS — Sweltering summer temperatures in Dallas are expected to top 100 degrees for the 10th consecutive day as excessive heat warnings grip many central and southern states. The National Weather Service reported Monday that heat advisories are in place from Georgia to Illinois and back down to Oklahoma. Temperatures in those places may not reach 100 degrees, but the heat index could make it feel like triple digits.