Julianne Moore Gets Star On Hollywood Walk Of Fame

“Hollywood Stuntz” biker gang

26. (Steve Winter / National Geographic / March 2, 2013) Also By Martha Groves October 4, 2013, 4:56 p.m. For more than a year and a half, the solitary mountain lion known as P-22 has made himself right at home in Griffith Park within view of Hollywood’s Capitol Records building. By night, he cruises the chaparral-covered canyons, dining on mule deer, raccoon and coyote. By day, while tots ride the Travel Town train and hikers hit the trails, he hunkers down amid dense vegetation. To researchers’ knowledge, the 125-pound 4-year-old is the most urban mountain lion in Southern California and possibly beyond surviving and thriving in a small patch of habitat surrounded by freeways and densely packed human beings that he reached, somewhat miraculously, by crossing the 101 and 405 freeways. VIDEO: Scientists track cougar in Griffith Park P-22 is giving scientists insight into the life and eating habits of a puma on the prowl. And he is serving as an unwitting but alluring subject for a National Geographic wildlife photographer whose trail cameras have captured jaw-dropping nighttime shots of the animal, including one that features the Hollywood sign. “He has it quite easy for a young lion in Griffith Park,” said Jeff Sikich, a National Park Service biologist tracking P-22. “There’s no competition, and there seems to be plenty of prey for him.” Sikich, part of a National Park Service team that has captured and collared more than 20 cougars in the Santa Monica Mountains during a long-term study, is among a small group of scientists who have studied P-22′s behavior since March 2012. If hikers, equestrians or other park users have encountered P-22 during the day, they haven’t alerted Sikich. He said that there has been “possibly one credible sighting” but that the lion has been “doing what a lion should do: finding his natural prey and staying elusive.” Biologists say P-22 probably entered the park in February 2012, after a journey of 20 miles or so from farther west in the Santa Monica Mountains. Sometime later, the mountain lion triggered a remote camera set up for a wildlife survey. On Feb. 29, 2012, Miguel Ordenana, a biologist working on the survey, began culling a couple of weeks’ worth of mundane images of deer and coyotes.

So now they are including Indian as well as Chinese actors, which is a very smart thing,” he said. The 43-year-old actor said he is doing a film in Hollywood just to experience working in a different set up. “It is just another opportunity to do a film in different language that I am comfortable with. If I could speak Chinese, I would have done a film in that language as well. The excitement is to do a film in different set of technology. I am not doing it to prove a point to anyone… It is basically a small film in terms of what it is in Hollywood,” he said. The Hollywood venture happened by chance for Madhavan, who had gone there for a personal reason and through his friend he met filmmaker Simon West. “‘Night of the Living Dead’ is a classic American film, it is like Sholay with a foreigner. Simon and me got along well. We did a screen test and next day I got the film,” Madhavan said. He will play the role of a US marine officer who gets caught up in a zombie attack in New York City. While Indian actors are often criticised for doing a small role in Hollywood films, Madhavan made sure not to end up doing the same. “I told them very clearly that if you are giving me a small role like of a doctor, etc then I will not do it, I don’t need to do it.

Post to Facebook Julianne Moore gets star on Hollywood Walk of Fame on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1fMpviC Incorrect please try again A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Sent! A link has been sent to your friend’s email address. Join the Nation’s Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Julianne Moore gets star on Hollywood Walk of Fame Cindy Clark, USA TODAY 5:31 p.m. EDT October 3, 2013 The four-time Oscar nominee’s star was unveiled on Thursday. Actress Julianne Moore poses on her just unveiled ‘star’ on Oct. 3, 2013 in Hollywood, Calif. Moore was the recipient of the 2,507th star in the category of Motion Pictures along the Hollywood Walk of Fame. (Photo: Frederic J. Brown/AFP/Getty Images) SHARE 20 CONNECT 7 TWEET COMMENTEMAILMORE Julianne Moore is the latest famous face to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The four-time Oscar nominee, clad in a sunny Dolce & Gabbana dress, was the recipient of the 2,507th star in the category of Motion Pictures along the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The unveiling ceremony took place on Thursday, and Moore gamely got down to pose next to her star.

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30. Police has described Hollywood Stuntz as a sloppily organized gang of motorcyclists that recently organized a rally in Times Square without a permit. Reports have suggested that a New York City-based stunt biker started the group. The gang had website, blog, YouTube, and Facebook accounts, all of which have been deleted in the days following the incident. On Oct. 3 at a press conference held at Mamajuana Cafe in Inwood, state Sen. Adriano Espaillat released footage shot by a diner at the cafe on Sept. 30. The footage shows members of Hollywood Stuntz gathered outside a gas station, riding on the sidewalks, and parked on the pavement with exhaust fumes and engine noise filling the air. Espailat said in a statement that They run lights, they go on the sidewalks, they come up the opposite side of the street, they block traffic, stop traffic, and they block the entire highway. He also stated that the members of the gang also committed acts of violence while in Inwood, which includes attacking a car. More than 200 calls reporting about the biker gang were lodged to Dispatchers for 911 on Sunday. Police were prepared for the biker gathering this year after being taken by surprised last year.