THE BUZZ.Who can tell if it's Mel?: Sounds the same, costs less, too! No, that's not a slogan for a new long-distance carrier. But it would be a perfect tag line tag line also tag·line
1. An ending line, as in a play or joke, that makes a point.
2. An often repeated phrase associated with an individual, organization, or commercial product; a slogan.
Noun 1. for Donal Gibson Donal Gibson (born February 13, 1958 in Peekskill, New York) is an American actor, and younger brother of award-winning actor and director Mel Gibson.
Donal has done voice acting in shows like ReBoot and Justice League Unlimited (as Captain Boomerang). , brother of the more famous Mel. Donal, who is also an actor, sounds uncannily like his older brother. The voices are so similar, they say, that Buena Vista Home Video is interested in Donal for its straight-to-video sequel to ``Pocahontas,'' Disney's animated movie that featured Mel as the voice of Capt. John Smith. Apparently, Buena Vista learned of Donal after the first ``Pocahontas'' while making a laserdisc An earlier optical disc used for full-motion video and interactive training. It was introduced in the late 1970s and became obsolete in the 1990s. Videodisc systems based on a stylus were introduced (see CED), but only the optical-based LaserDisc survived, although never very popular. of the movie. The story goes that one day, Mel was too busy to dub a few new lines of the product, so he suggested Donal as a stand-in for the Smith character. They say you can't tell the difference. Buena Vista would only confirm that it is making a sequel, and reps for Donal could not be reached.
Remaking `Truth': Columbia Pictures is developing a remake of Cary Grant's 1937 screwball screw·ball
1. Baseball A pitched ball that curves in the direction opposite to that of a normal curve ball.
2. Slang An eccentric, impulsively whimsical, or irrational person.
adj. comedy ``The Awful Truth'' to be penned by scribes Scribes is a text editor for GNOME that is simple, slim and sleek, and features no tabs, auto-completion and much more.
Scribes is Free Software licensed under the terms of the GNU GPL. Alan Eisenstock and Larry Mintz, the studio confirmed. The original tells the story of divorcing spouses who are remarrying others and are intent on spoiling the other couple's plans. The writing team also is finishing up ``Signed, Sealed and Delivered'' for Touchstone touchstone
Black, silica-containing stone used in assaying to determine the purity of gold and silver. The metal to be assayed is rubbed on the touchstone, and then a sample of metal of known purity is rubbed on the stone right next to it. Pictures and producer Sara Colleton. Their other credits include the sequel to ``Angels in the Outfield'' for Caravan Pictures. Eisenstock and Mintz are repped by Jim Stein at Writers and Artists Agency. Stein could not be reached for comment.
Downey duo: Robert Downey Sr., who recently finished directing Robert Downey Jr. in ``Hugo Pool,'' reportedly has been huddling with his son about a more intensive collaboration that will see the two write a script with the dad directing and the son starring.
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