Kristin was spotted last night taking part in Dining Out For Life. A charity event where restaurants up and down the Vancouver Island donated 25 percent of their food revenue from meals sold during last night's event towards the fight against AIDS for locals on Vancouver Island.
Kristin was spotted dining with her younger sister and one other person.
quote:"I don’t know if this sighting has been talked about yet, but my friend was in Gastown about two weeks ago and he saw Kristin Kreuk in a shop, and he said out loud, "Hey its her"... and apparently Kristin looked at him, realizing she'd been recognized (she was alone)... and quietly scampered away... lol... he said she looked "Really, really hot.""
I am a trillionaire. Alicia Keys, Kristin Kreuk, and Rebecca Romijn are all 100 percent mine forever without the need of one percent of commitment from me. My house, or one of my houses, is a mansion of epic proportions, so big it has a golf course, a football field, and basketball arena inside it. In my garage are a fleet of all the latest Lamborghinis, all of them blissfully black. And, oh yeah, there's a Pizza Hut and a Papa John's inside my mansion too, and I'm going to start filming a movie starring alongside Al Pacino tomorrow. All the above descriptions of my current situation are rather inaccurate. But they're probably about as accurate as 300 is historically accurate. It's a violent, graphic movie that will make 14-year-old boys euphoric and historians shudder.
WWE SUPERSTARS KANE AND ASHLEY TAKE ON CLARK AND LOIS - Clark (Tom Welling) and Chloe (Allison Mack) discover Titan (guest star Kane), a Zoner, is the star of a secret fight club whose bloody battles to the death are broadcast on the internet. Lois (Erica Durance) smells a story and decides to investigate on her own but is captured and forced to participate in the fights with Athena (guest star Ashley) as her first opponent. Clark reveals his powers so he can fight Titan but is stunned when he is thrown in the ring with Lois instead. Michael Rosenbaum, Kristin Kreuk, John Glover and Annette O’Toole also star.
LEX AND LANA'S WEDDING DAY - On the day of Lex (Michael Rosenbaum) and Lana's (Kristin Kreuk) wedding, Lex receives a call from Dr. Langston (guest star Fred Henderson) who threatens to tell Lana the truth about her baby. Lana begins to have second thoughts about marrying Lex and Clark comes to his own realization that he can't let Lana marry Lex and decides to tell her about his secret. However, no one is prepared for what happens when Lionel Luthor (John Glover) steps in.
...Scenes with Clark and Lana that will once again make clear that they are the sexiest, deepest and most romantic couple on television -- even though they have never actually been together. They are definitely in the running for the most star-crossed would-be lovers in the history of the medium, having been kept apart longer than Luke and Laura, Bo and Hope, John and Marlena or any daytime drama super-couple you care to mention. Their chemistry feels more authentic and more urgent than that of any other couple in the top relationship-driven primetime dramas of the day, perhaps because the looks that pass between Tom Welling and Kristin Kreuk, the actors who portray Clark and Lana, say more than any dialogue ever could. They make magic every time they are together. That's something that can't be planned. It just happens. That's one reason why Smallville is still so hot in season six.
Rounding out the top five for the week were Philippe Falardeau's Congorama with a box office take of $39,286, the historical romance Partition with $11,985 and the documentary Chez Schwartz, about the famous Montreal deli, which debuted at number five with $6,463 on one screen.
When movies don’t survive the wrath of censor board scissors and political tensions, film festivals like MAMI come as a disguised blessing. However, when these festivals also function on the basis of exceptions, the democracy of expressing your opinion via the cinematic medium is held to question.
‘Partition’, one of the internationally acclaimed movies by director Vic Sarin that was to be screened at the MAMI International Film Festival this year, will not be screened anymore as it didn’t pass the censor test. Ironically, any movie to be screened at this festival doesn’t a censor certificate.
Sudhir Nandgoankar, a member of the organising committee for MAMI said, “As per the procedure, the movie prints come to us. We preview them and send them for censor exemption. However, we just got a message from the (I&B) Ministry saying that the movie has not been given censor exemption. So there’s nothing that we could do.”
The Canada-based director of ‘Partition’ Vic Sarin said, “I wasn’t aware of this ruling and because of the limited time to achieve this I am not quite clear the outcome of the decision. Part of the film was shot in India with the complete permission and authorisation by the Central Govt.”
The movie is a love story set against the background of the India-Pakistan partition. A member of the censor board Nandini Sardesai said, “It is wrong if the movie is not being shown. ‘1971’, based on the prisoners of war in Pakistan, was cleared by us, though Pakistan has always denied presence of any war prisoners.”
Secretary of MAMI, Kiran Shantaram when contacted commented, “It is the producer’s problem to get the movie cleared of the censor board.”
Since news is disgustingly slow lately, I'm going to post something I usually don't. Here's some Smallville related spoilers from TV Guide in relations to Kristin's Smallville character Lana Lang:
SPOILERS BELOW, BE WARNED!
Question: Got any new info on Smallville? It's been a while, and I'm so spoiler-deprived right now, I'll take anything.— Carmen
Ausiello: Well, there's a pretty big tease about Lana's baby waiting for you in Episode 2 of the Ausiello Report vodcast. And because I love you guys almost as much as I love myself, here's another scoopbit about the li'l bun thing in the oven (Spoiler alert): Lana haters may finally warm up to her after she realizes that Lex has pulled off the mother of all deceptions.
Question: Got any dish about Lana's baby on Smallville? -K.T.
Ausiello: Indeed I do. For all of you wondering if Clark is the father, simma down. It's not so much about the baby daddy as it is the baby mama."
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