Saturday, May 18, 2013
I last blogged about South Korea's hottest MILF, 40 plus years old Jung Dayeon two years ago and today that blog post of mine all of the sudden became popular again so here's another post for all you Jung Dayeon fans. A 30 mins long video of her doing figurerobics!
Enjoy the video above. Makes you wanna do figurerobics ya? Two more videos here and here.
Previously: Korean mother Jung Da Yeon is so hot, she can be my fitness trainer!
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Friday, May 17, 2013
Fast & Furious 6 required around 400 cars with everything tuned in Dennis McCarthy's performance shop in Burbank, California. Dennis is the man in charge of building the cars for Fast & Furious 6. A lot of the cars for the Fast & Furious movies were build by Dennis and his team from scratch while others were bought from Craigslist.com, ebay, etc.
Cars featured in the movie includes the BMW M5, Dodge Daytona, Jensen Interceptor, Ford Mustang, the Flip Car, Ford Escort, Barracuda, Lucra LC470, Z20, Nissan Skyline, Lamborghini Murcielago, Aston Martin DB9 and a Navistar MXT military vehicle.
For the Flip Car in Fast & Furious 6, director Justin Lin tasked the film's vehicle designer with developing a car capable of driving head first into moving vehicles and flipping them into the air. McCarthy and his team designed a fully functional, low to the ground, formula one style car with a ramp on its front that allowed it to catapult other cars into the air while keeping the Flip Car driver safe.
For more behind the scenes action, check out R3LOAD Network's B-Roll: Fast & Furious 6 (more than 20 mins long!) starring Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Dwayne Johnson, Jordana Brewster, Tyrese Gibson, Michelle Rodriguez, Sung Kang, Chris Bridges, Luke Evans, Gina Carano and John Ortiz. Fast & Furious 6 is directed by Justin Lin with cinematography by Stephen F. Windon. It is produced by Original Film and One Race Films and distributed by Universal Pictures.
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Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Saturday, May 11, 2013
Check out the behind the scenes footage of the making of Star Trek Into Darkness in B-Roll: Star Trek Into Darkness. The new Star Trek movie stars Chris Pine as Captain James T. Kirk, with Zachary Quinto and Benedict Cumberbatch. Star Trek Into Darkness is directed by JJ Abrams and produced by Bad Robot Productions and distributed by Paramount Pictures.
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In R3LOAD Network's JJ Abrams Star Trek Into Darkness Special, director JJ Abrams talks about the characters and themes of his new movie, Star Trek Into Darkness, working with actor Benedict Cumberbatch, filming in the new Enterprise set, working with the IMAX format and much more. Go watch it!
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Fringe star John Noble and his daughter Jess Noble with the help of a production team made up of the Fringe crew, created a short film called Friend. It was shot over a weekend break while Fringe was wrapping its season finale. Fringe director of photography David Geddes is the director.
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Designer Andrew Golden who has worked on Nickelodeon for the TV show “Fanboy and Chum Chum“, is interested in creating altered realities for already existing characters and elements, juxtaposing the real with the imaginary. For his latest work, he created this set of photos which depict Studio Ghibli characters such as Totoro and Ponyo in real life.
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A DC9-32 aircraft which was part of Air Force Two and may have acted as Air Force One, is now for sale. Starting bid is at US$50,000. From 1975 to 2005, the jet have flown the Vice President, First Lady, Cabinet Secretaries and more. The DC-9 planes are used to fly the president to airports that don't have the runway space to land a 747.
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The Infernal Mechano-Perambulator is a steampunk Star Wars AT-AT toy created by Captain Bayley for his bride to be, as an engagement gift: "Each one of those rivets was cut out with a punch and applied with tweezers, and we both lost track of the number of coats of spray paint he used to get that gorgeous patina before washing it down and creating the stains and drips."
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Brew Master refrigerators in their homes! The retro looking fridge has a factory-installed Brew Master draft system, through-the-door tap dispenser, coupler, connections, CO2 cylinder, retro splashback and drip tray. Just add your own keg of beer! I want one! (Thanks Colin)
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Here's how in 2 weeks, you can brew your own sake in your kitchen with just 4 ingredients: rice, water, yeast and a premade koji called Cold Mountain, that helps to release an enzyme that breaks down complex carbohydrates into simple sugar. You will also need basic beer-making equipment. Kanpai!
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A student at Beijing Chemical Engineering University has created images of various comic characters with himself as the star! First, he imagines a scene in his head and then he photographs himself doing a pose. Next he opens up Photoshop to draw the comic character into the photo to create these incredible images of him interacting with the comic character.
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Tokyo City Symphony lets you experience 3D projection mapping on a miniature model of Tokyo at a 1:1000 scale and create your own city symphony by simply pressing keys on your computer keyboard. There are 3 motifs of the city to choose from.: "Futuristic City," "Rock City," and a traditional Japanese "Beauty of Nature".
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National Parks have installed several Live Animal Cams at the Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve for viewers to catch a glimpse of otters frolicking in a pond, or migratory birds feeding at the reserve. The four cameras are placed at various locations at the reserve. Cam 3 at the Besar Bank looks interesting. It has night vision!
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Friday, May 10, 2013
Here's the full transcript of the interview done recently by Nina Mueller-Sang from German press agency DPA (Deutsche Presse-Agentur) with me regarding my show Singapore Haunted.
DPA: How long has the show been running?
IZ: The first episode of Singapore Haunted went on air in 2010 so it has been three years now.
DPA: What is the feedback of your audience?
IZ: The audience has been great. Feedback we got is that the episodes are really scary because they are so real. The viewers and the fans are an important part of the success of Singapore Haunted and they play an important part of the show. We have fans joining in as guest investigators on the show and they also help to review footage that we recorded before an episode go on edit.
DPA: How often is a new episode being produced?
IZ: A lot of work goes into a Singapore Haunted episode. We do lots of research and recce of the locations. We are now in pre-production mode for season 3 of Singapore Haunted. Usually an episode will be produced once a week or once in 2 weeks.
DPA: How many people have you had approaching you (or have you approached) regarding paranormal experiences since the start of your show?
IZ: We are very blessed that Singapore Haunted has a huge following here. We have an average of 200,000 viewers from all over the world and our episodes were regularly mentioned in the local press in Singapore so we do get a lot of coverage. We get 10 to 30 emails from viewers each week, telling us about their paranormal experiences.
DPA: Do you find it easy to come around haunted stories or experiences with the supernatural here in Singapore?
IZ: People will usually be surprise that Singapore being a modern city that there are still people here who believe in the supernatural. But I guess a major reason is we are all Asians and being Asians we are deeply rooted to the stories and beliefs of the supernatural that have been told to us since we are young. It's also part of the Asian culture. I would say 3 out of 5 Singaporeans have encountered some sort of paranormal activity or believe in such phenomenon.
DPA: How long do you think will the stories from the public be able to sustain the show?
IZ: The beauty about the paranormal is that it is an evergreen content. People are always fascinated with the unknown. I think that will drive the show even further. We have a lot of cases that we have yet to cover on Singapore Haunted and we will be doing so in the coming season and season ahead. We are also considering expanding Singapore Haunted overseas - kinda like a Singapore Haunted Asian Tour for example, where we investigate paranormal cases in other countries and at the same be closer to our fans in those countries.
DPA: Have you personally had encounters with ghosts/spirits, orbs or any other supernatural entity?
IZ: As a producer and director of the show, I started out being a skeptic. Like most people, I heard stories about the paranormal from family and friends while growing up but I have never believe in them until I did Singapore Haunted. I've been touched. I've chased after shadows. I had things thrown at me. I've heard voices, etc. So I guess Singapore Haunted has given me a unique experience which has changed my perception of the paranormal. I'm now a believer.
DPA: Why do you think Singapore has been coined the most haunted city in Asia?
IZ: I don't really agree with that. True we do have quite a history here and we do have a lot of paranormal cases but I think that same applies to cities like Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta too. But I guess Singapore is being coined the most haunted city in Asia probably because of what happened during the Japanese invasion and occupation during World War II here. Lots of massacre happened here.
(via Official Singapore Haunted Facebook)
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Tuesday, April 30, 2013
The main talking point at Star Awards 2013 has to be actress Ann Kok's outfit. Come on, Ann Kok is the only reason why you guys watch Star Awards right? For Star Awards 2013 Show 2, Ann was dressed in a short, tight and sexy Herve Leger dress with a netted top that probably would have suffocated her pair of size 36C breasts (or are they bigger now?). Watch the video above. We love you Ann!
Ann Kok's Peek-A-Boob outfit proves she's got the boobs
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Saturday, April 27, 2013
Contestants of Miss Daegu Korea 2013 all looked eerily similar as you can tell from these photos and animation combining all the contestants together. Watch video above. Plastic surgery? The truth is the contestants actually looked very different from the photos and it's thought that for the photoshoot, the contestants wore their make-up in a similar style was then was Photoshopped to make their faces look similar.
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You can watch behind the scenes footage of Iron Man 3 in R3LOAD Network's B-Roll: Iron Man 3. Above: Filming Robert Downey Jr (Tony Stark/Iron Man) as he summons his new Mark 42 suit in a scene early on in the film.
Robert Downey Jr rehearses a fighting scene with Ty Simpkins (Harley) in front of the crippled Iron Man Mark 42 suit.
Robert Downey Jr filming a scene on the couch with his Mark 42 suit.
The Iron Man Mark 42 suit lights up as camera rolls.
You can also watch other Iron Man 3 videos here: Iron Man 3 World Premiere, Super Alloy Iron Man 3 Figures, Iron Man 3 UK Premiere and Become Iron Man.
Saturday, April 20, 2013
I covered the media event organised by Marvel for their Become Iron Man interactive event at Bugis Junction on Thursday afternoon. Using ground-breaking motion-sensor technology, Become Iron Man allows users to assemble and test the new Mark 42 armour and be immersed in the action of the new Iron Man 3 film.
It's pretty cool! You step in front of this giant TV and there's a video camera (powered by Microsoft Kinect!) in front of you which captures your image. The Mark 42 armour will then magically appear on parts of your body and soon you suit up to become Iron Man.
Also at Become Iron Man, fans will be treated to the unveiling of Iron Man 3 Super Alloy Collectable Figures by local company Play Imaginative. New figures include the new Iron Man armour suits that will be worn in Iron Man 3: Iron Man Mark XLII, War Machine 2.0, Iron Patriot, Gemini, Heart Breaker and Red Snapper!
My two favourites are Heartbreaker and Iron Patriot. You can Pre-Order the Super Allow Iron Man Mark XLII now. Become Iron Man and the Super Alloy Iron Man Preview Showcase by Play Imaginative is held at Bugis Junction Level 1 from 19 April to 5 May 2013. Iron Man 3 opens in Singapore cinemas on April 26th in 2D, 3D and IMAX 3D.
Watch a demo of Become Iron Man and take a closer look at the Super Alloy Iron Man figures in this video.
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Tuesday, April 16, 2013
For the 1st time in its illustrious 30-year history, Tokyo Auto Salon was held in Singapore on April 12-14 2013 at the Sands Expo and Convention Centre, Marina Bay Sands. More than 20 of the finest and most unique cars from Tokyo Auto Salon 2013 in Japan together with Japanese race queens, J-Pop idols and other entertainment flown in from Japan came together to provide visitors the unique and unforgettable Tokyo Auto Salon experience right here in Singapore. I was at the Tokyo Auto Salon Singapore 2013 to film the event for R3LOAD Network.
Watch the video Babes and Cars of Tokyo Auto Salon Singapore 2013.
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Thanks HBO Asia for the invite to HBO Game of Thrones Lounge at Savour 2013 last Friday to sample cuisine inspired by the series created by celebrated chef Claudio Sandri and to watch the first episode of the upcoming season of Game of Thrones. The two Savour Lounge tickets worth $190 each, the $60 Savour dollars to spend at Savour and the free flow of booze in the Savour Lounge was a nice surprise too.
Season 3 of Game of Thrones premieres Saturday, 20 April 2013, 9pm on HBO Asia. Enjoy the Season 3 trailer above.
And here's a recap of Seasons 1 and 2.
Game of Thrones: IZ Reloaded seizes the Iron Throne
HBO Asia sends Lemon Cake ingredients as invite to the Preview of Game Of Thrones
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Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Watch this video I shot at The Art of the Brick exhibition held at the ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore. In this critically acclaimed and the first major museum exhibition to use LEGO bricks as the sole art medium, New York-based artist Nathan Sawaya transforms them into awe-inspiring and thought-provoking sculptures, elevating the toy to the realm of art.
The Art of the Brick at ArtScience Museum is the biggest yet, showcasing 52 sculptures including the iconic sculpture Yellow, a 6-meter long T-rex dinosaur skeleton, and unveiled for the first time, a sculpture of ArtScience Museum.
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Wednesday, March 27, 2013
This is what you get when you combine Pokemon and Tim Burton! Vaughn Pinpin, a Visual Communication student at the University of the Philippines College of Fine Arts, re-imagines Pokemon characters, heavily inspired by the art and work of all things Tim Burton. For his Burton X PKMN Project, he plans to do all of the original 151 characters from the first generation of Pokemon.
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With the Foam Titan Sword, you can now proudly say: "My cosplay sword is bigger than yours!" and be the envy of all cosplayers. The cosplay sword is over five feet long with a whopping 45-inch blade. It comes with blue LED lights on the blade and pommel to give you the added cool look. Sword splits into two pieces for easy packing and transport.
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make your own electric guitar out of carboard. Go learn from him! He writes: "The cardboard you use shouldn't be just any cardboard. Try to find heaviest gauge corrugated cardboard that has not already been bent that you can."
From the guys who made the kick-ass Batman motorcycle suits, comes this perfect companion, the Batman Backpack which was first used by Batman on the rooftop of the Hong Kong skyscraper in The Dark Knight. Made of leather, it holds up to 4 individual 500mL water bottles, some clothing or even your smart phones and tablets.
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Here's a good reason to play with food! Food Finish is a spray can that will chrome-plate and gold-coat any food. And with two new colours, you’ll have your food blushing red and moody blue in a jiffy. Food Finish is completely neutral in taste and harmless to eat. Like with real paint, it’s best to apply several thin layers for that perfect finish.
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complete home gym made of PVC! He writes: "I am going to lead you step-by-step through the process of creating your own PVC home gym. And it will cost you less than $150. Also at the end of the article I will give you a full 3-month routine that you can follow on your new PVC home gym."
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Arena.Xlsm is a turn-based role playing game made entirely in Microsoft Excel. The game's developer, Cary Walkin is an accountant with a life-long passion for video games. And yes, he has a fondness for spreadsheets. Arena.Xlsm has an interesting story with 4 different endings and over 2000 possible enemies with different AI abilities.
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Linus Edwards wants to build a museum that consists entirely of sets from famous movies. He writes: "I imagine a person walking from set to set, at one moment in a 40s noir movie, and the next in an 80s comedy. It would be a surreal place to visit, as you would enter into these various worlds you’ve spent your entire life watching."
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EA Mobile celebrates Easter with special deals on some of their hottest mobile titles such as FIFA 13, Need for Speed: Most Wanted, Battlefield: Bad Company 2 and Monopoly.
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Thursday, March 14, 2013
Despite being a naked eye object, Comet PanSTARRS is a challenging comet to spot for us in Singapore. Officially it's around magnitude 1 to 2 now, pretty bright for a comet, but it is near to the horizon so you need the help of a pair of binoculars to spot it. The comet will look like a fuzzy point of light. You don't get to see its short tail unless you use a telescope or via astrophotography.
Another way to spot Comet PanSTARRS is to use your digital camera. Point it to the western horizon, set your ISO to about 400 or more, use a 50mm lens and snap a pic of about 4 to 5 secs long. Remember to use a tripod and you need an unobstructed view of the western horizon. The comet, if it is not covered by the smog/haze/clouds, should appear in your photograph.
You can use the map above as a guide. The map is for Singapore observers facing the western sky at 7.45pm. The crescent moon on the map is for March 14. The moon will be higher in the sky after each day. The comet will be visible for about 15 minutes before it sets and you have until maybe 18th March to spot it before it gets too low for us in Singapore. Good luck and clear skies.
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