Selena Gomez & Justin Bieber Relationship Facts

Here are few relationship facts about Selena Gomez & Justin Bieber:

Friends First:
When Selena Gomez first met Justin Bieber, they both maintained they were just friends. Rumors started flying in 2010, and Gomez was quick to laugh them off. “He’s little!” she told Ellen DeGeneres.“He’s like my little brother!”

Six facts about the cars of 2015 Bond film Spectre

A new Bond film is always an event, and Spectre, the 24th official silver-screen outing for Fleming’s Martini-swilling superspy, is no exception. No doubt when it reaches cinemas on 26 October 2015 it’ll be packed with layers of plot intrigue and stunning visuals but, most importantly, it looks like it’ll include a thumping good car chase.
From experimental Jaguar supercars to giant-wheeled ‘Bigfoot’ Defenders, via a spectacular one-off Aston (okay, plus a few stunt-doubles), read the inside story of the cars of Spectre below.

1) Director Sam Mendes helped choose the DB10 design personally

Aston Martins have become synonymous with Bond ever since Sean Connery first got behind the wheel of a silver DB5 in Goldfinger, but this is the first time an Aston has been designed specifically for a 007 flick. Introducing the DB10 as the film’s ‘first cast member’ at the car’s reveal at Pinewood Studios, Spectre director Sam Mendes described how the car was brought into being by a collaborative brief between himself, EON Productions (owners of the Bond film rights since 1961) and Aston Martin’s design team at Gaydon.

Facts about Latest 007 Bond Movie "Spectre"

Here are few Facts about the latest 007 Bond Movie Spectre:
Spectre has just been revealed to have had the most successful UK box office opening ever of a British film, raking in more than £53m in the first week. The James Bond film (the 24th in the franchise) has easily smashed records since it was unleashed on cinemas on October 26, and it’s no surprise. Months upon months of tireless efforts from director Sam Mendes, the talented cast (of well over 1,500) and enormous crew, and millions of pounds spent across five stunning, key locations have made this latest 007 outing perhaps the most spectacular yet. But what really goes into creating a movie behemoth like Spectre to make it an unmissable one to watch? Here are the astonishing truths behind the making of this year’s most talked about film.
1. No expense spared 
Spectre is the longest of all the Bond movies, at two hours 28 minutes long, and it had the biggest budget of all the Bond movies, too. While its predecessor Skyfall had a reported total budget of $200m, Spectre’swas $250m. Still, it has landed a place in the top 10 most expensive movies of all time, along with the blockbuster likes of Harry Potter And The HalfBlood Prince, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides($378.5m), and The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies ($250m).

Top 10 Best players in world football as of 2013 July

Much is said about the rivalry between Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo as who is the best player in the world right now.

While they are the two greatest at present, there are many more lurking in the shadows to follow in their paths. Here's a look at arguably the top ten players in world football today.

10. Robert Lewandowski | Borussia Dortmund

'Azzam' - the World's largest & fastest Super-yacht

The Azzam is 590-feet long, 68-feet wide and can travel at a speed of over 30 knots & The hulking superyacht is longer than a football field, larger than the US Navy's Arleigh Burke-class destroyer and more capacious than many popular cruise ships.
With the launch of the gleaming new Azzam, Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich can no longer lay claim to being the owner of the world's largest superyacht.

At 590- feet long, the Azzam is 57-feet longer than Abramovich's mighty Eclipse -- previously the largest yacht on the waves. The hulking superyacht is significantly longer than a football field, larger than the US Navy's Arleigh Burke-class destroyer and more capacious than many popular cruise ships.

Five things you didn't know About British Royal babies

Amid all the excitement and wall-to-wall media coverage about the eagerly-awaited new addition to the royal family, you may think you know all you could ever want to about royal babies. But did you know...

A government minister used to be present at royal births, to make sure the baby was not switched

J.K. Rowling facts

Here is a look at the life of J.K. Rowling, author of the Harry Potter book series.

Birth date: July 31, 1965

Birth place: Gloucestershire, England

Birth name: Joanne Rowling

Father: Peter Rowling, aircraft factory manager

Mother: Anne (Volant) Rowling, lab technician

Robert Downey Jr to reprise Iron Man in Avengers sequels

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Robert Downey Jr will reprise his role as Iron Man in two forthcoming Avengers sequels, it has been announced.

Downey Jr, who first played the comic book role in 2008, is currently the toast of the box office having starred in two of the top five earning films of all time in the past 12 months.

Iron Man 3 and Avengers Assemble have collectively earned over $2.7 billion (£1.7bn) worldwide to date.

Facts You Might Not Know About Superman

Many of us know the basics after having seen at least one cartoon, movie or TV show based on Superman comic books. When the planet Krypton was about to blow up due to a chain reaction at its core, scientist Jor-El and his wife Lara sent their baby Kal-El (whose name meant “star-child”) into a rocket aimed for Earth. There, he was raised on a farm in Kansas by Jonathan and Martha Kent, who named him Clark. He later became a journalist at The Daily Planet and led a double-life as the world-famous superhero called Superman.

Outstanding mistakes of all time

After a string of newsworthy errors, a stumble through the annals of time to choose a few favourites from history.
It has been a hectic few days for news of mistakes. Well, yes, I know that to be human is to err, but we experienced connoisseurs of the bish and the blunder look out for the ones exemplifying that to be human is also often splendidly absurd. If I might quote Puck, from the Bard's timely A Midsummer Night's Dream: "Lord, what fools these mortals be!"

Google tests balloons to beam internet from near space

Google is launching balloons into near space to provide internet access to buildings below on the ground.

About 30 of the superpressure balloons are being launched from New Zealand from where they will drift around the world on a controlled path.

Attached equipment will offer 3G-like speeds to 50 testers in the country.

UN: India to be world's most populous country by 2028

India looks set to overtake China as the world's most populous country from 2028, according to the United Nations.

At that point, both nations will number 1.45 billion people each. Subsequently India's population will continue to grow until the middle of the century, while China's slowly declines.
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