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The new Gillette Young Guns have been announced and their commercial airs this weekend during the first NFL wildcard game. The Gillette Young Guns represent the next class of great performers. These up-and-coming athletes were chosen based on their individual sporting accomplishments, future potential and strong leadership qualities. Get Your Free Gillette Razors here!
The 2011 class includes: Football’s Matt Ryan and Ray Rice, Baseball’s Evan Longoria and Carlos González, and Auto Racing’s Denny Hamlin and Kyle Busch.
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Luckily, Gov. Rendell, with less than two weeks left in office, is determined to help Philadelphia’s Tasty Baking Co. out of its cash squeeze.
Top 10 Tastykakes of All Time
10. Chocolate Juniors
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8. Koffee Kake Juniors
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By Joe Neumaier for Style + Tech For Men
Think it’s easy to ride into town, declare yerself the law in these-here parts, and try to make the townfolk forgit the greatest Western movie star of all time?
Well, think agin, thar pardner, because writer-directors Joel and Ethan Coen faced a herd of hassles remaking one of John Wayne’s final iconic westerns, True Grit.
The movie, which rides into multiplexes Christmas week, is an adaptation of Charles Portis’ 1968 novel about Mattie Ross, a tough teen who hires a one-eyed, ornery U.S. Marshal Ruben “Rooster” Cogburn to find her father’s killer.
The 1969 movie earned John Wayne his only Oscar for his portrayal of the Rooster. For the $35 million remake, another Oscar-winner, Jeff Bridges (Crazy Heart) takes over. Newcomer Hailee Steinfeld plays Mattie, and Matt Damon is the adorable Texas Ranger … er, Glen Campbell.
Instead of trying to reboot The Duke, the Coens focused on Portis’ dark book. “The book is in the voice of the girl and is funnier,” says Ethan Coen. “You’ll find hilarious moments like Rooster forcing Mattie to cut down the body of a hanged man to grant him dignity.” Face it: Anybody who’s seen No Country For Old Men know the Coens have a different sense of humor.
Here’s the dusty trail of how the Coens turned a touchy-feelie ’60s flick into their own-style black comedy.