Friday, 29 August 2008
Radcliffe is Alan Strang, a troubled boy who shares a long nude sex scene with former "Holby City" actress, Joanna Christie.
Radcliffe's spokesman Vanessa Davies said to ThisisLondon: 'Daniel does not want to step away from Harry Potter but he does want to show he is an rounded actor capable of very different and diverse roles. 'He has tremendous support from Harry Potter fans.'
Here it goes....
Now have a close look at it....
Despite being an animal he gets respect...
He gets warm welcome everywhere....
The doors are open for only those who believe in themselves and Will Power which can make an animal walk on TWO LEGS...!!
The truth of "Will Power"...!!
Bricks fall from the building during the earthquake, which turned Wang from a wedding photographer into a journalist.
'Thank God we were only shooting from outside the church!' remarked a helper.
The stunned couple huddles together at the church ground during initial tremors.
'I shouted to people, 'Run! Run!'' said photographer Wang Qiang. 'The ground shook and we couldn't see anything in the dust.'
As the dust began to clear, the true extent of damage was only beginning to appear...
A cracked facade was all that remained of the 100-year-old Church of the Annunciation after the quake. Most of the church 'collapsed in 10 seconds,' said Wang, who lives in Chengdu, capital of hard-hit Sichuan province.
Wang said he thought the catastrophe would strengthen the bonds of the couples who were there that day: 'Having gone through a life-and-death test, they surely will clasp hands and grow old together.'
No one was harmed at the above location.
They'll sure have a Wild story to tell there Children!
Wedding Shoot - A Day To Remember (Part 1)
The shelter is run by Chen Yunlian, a 60-year-old retired cosmetics distributor. She cares for more than 900 dogs and 100 cats, including about 100 dogs she adopted following the devastating quake.
"I started down a road," she told the Associated Press, "and I couldn't turn around."
"Olympics approved" restaurants, however, won't serve dog. "Dog meat sales are being suspended as a mark of respect for foreigners and people from ethnic groups," an official told the Beijing Daily newspaper on July 11.
More than a hundred dogs were rescued following the May 12 earthquake. Most are mutts: terrier-Pekingese-pug-poodle mixes with squat bodies, short legs, curly tails, and pointy ears.
"Chinese people prefer purebred dogs, and the mixes probably won't be adopted," Chen Yunlian, who runs the shelter, told the Associated Press on June 27. "But mutts are the most intelligent and affectionate."
Thousands of dogs were killed in the aftermath of the May 12 earthquake out of fears they would fight with humans for food and spread disease.
The International Fund for Animal Welfare entered an agreement with officials in nearby Zun Dao township to prevent a similar slaughter. Instead of culls, dogs there were given rabies vaccinations and given veterinary aid.
Credit: Associated Press