Watch: Trailer for Documentary on Nicolas Cage’s Unfinished Superman Movie

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Nicolas Cage’s “Superman Lives” never got the chance to hit the big screen, but director/producer Jon Schnepp has released a full trailer for documentary, “The Death of ‘Superman Lives’: What Happened?,” in an effort to raise the finishing funds for post-production.

The doc features footage from the original film’s early production, interviews with its director, Tim Burton, original screenwriter Kevin Smith and producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura, among many others.

Burton was attached to direct the film in 1997 but then dropped off the troubled project in 2000 because he got tired of both waiting and producer Jon Peters.

“I basically wasted a year,” Burton said of the experience. “A year is a long time to be working with somebody that you don’t really want to be working with (Peters).”

Originally budgeted at $190 million, “Superman Lives” reportedly cost Warner Bros. $30 million in development costs.

There’s no sign of Cage, the star of…

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Weekend Workout Challenge

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Originally posted on Life As I Know It:

Hi everyone!! A little late at posting this, it’s been a crazy day! This challenge will work your mid section and your legs so if you’ve got 15 minutes to spare go at it!

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BnV – Award Free?

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Award Free

I confess it. I have been very remiss in paying forward the honours recently paid to me in the form of awards. I could tell you all the reasons why, between work and home, writing and reading, poems, novels, friends, illnesses, holidays, housework, spoiled cats and Ghost Adventures, but the reasons truly don’t come close to being compelling. I have struggled for some while with awards, though I truly appreciate receiving them (who doesn’t, really) and I enjoy sharing the love with my friends, new and old; yet, we all know how they tend to gobble up your evening (the award posts, not the friends!) so I have come to a difficult, if inevitable, conclusion.

This shall be my last awards post. :(

I think most of us come to this point, in some degree, but rather than simply accept and do nothing; and rather than simply ignore what is…

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Bunday: Tiens, Voilà Plumette

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Originally posted on Cute Overload:

Bunday is celebrated in all countries including France! Ingrid-Julia and David from that country just sent these photos in of their Bun. Merci!

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“We love your site! Here are a few pictures of the rabbit we recently adopted in a shelter after she has been found abandoned in the street.”

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“Her name is Plumette, she 4 years old…”

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“…and apart the fact she can’t hear anything, she is perfectly well!”

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“Today was her first days out of her room after 2 weeks quarantine, she really enjoyed it!”

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“Hope you’ll love her.”

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“We have another rabbit, but for now they haven’t been presented yet.”

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Low Fat Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins

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Originally posted on Arl's World:

Well I don’t know about you, but I am always happy to see Friday roll around.  For me it means the end of another work week, the  start of another wonderful weekend and it means time for ….Fiesta Friday!!  So come on over and join us at Angie’s place, The Novice Gardener.  We will be cooking and baking up a storm and bringing all kinds of wonderful dishes to try.

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This week I am bringing something a little more on the healthy side.  My mom always baked everything with lots of sugar and butter.  I grew up eating her wonderful pies, kolaches, cakes, cinnamon rolls …back then we did not know or think about anything low-fat, gluten-free etc.  It has been hard for me to go from baking the way I was taught, to now trying to bake without sugar and butter …to use sugar substitutes and…

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Another Day

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Originally posted on Energize Your Thoughts:

Another Day

Another day to be grateful- Someone out there is wishing that they have what you have.

Another day to be thankful- Wishing you have more is great, but being thankful for what you already have is even better.

Another day to be kind- Someone out there would be so appreciative of you just giving them a lending hand.

Another day to give a listening ear- Your listening ear could be what the person needs to get through a challenging day.

Another day to encourage a random person- We don’t know what the person we encounter is going through, so your encouragement could make a world of difference for them.

Another day to remind yourself of how bless you are. Complaining increases negative emotions, so don’t take up the habit.

Another day to go after your dream- No one is going to do it for you, so muster the courage go after what…

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