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April 28, 2012
Bernard Pierce at a glance Running back, Temple Ht./Wt.: 6 foot,  215 pounds Born: May 10, 1990, Ardmore, Pa. High School: Glen Mills School College highlights: Pierce was the 2011 ECAC Offensive Player of the Year after he led the Owls with 1,481 yards and a school-record 27 touchdowns. He was ranked second nationally in scoring with 13.5 points a game. … Maryland fans may remember his record-breaking game where he rushed for 149 yards on 32 carries and tied a MAC record with five rushing touchdowns.
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By Alexander Pyles and The Baltimore Sun | February 4, 2014
As the 2000 Ravens embraced their defensive identity and a run-first offensive strategy, head coach Brian Billick -- coordinator of wide-open passing offenses in Minnesota -- joked that he'd been " pulled over to the dark side . " Almost 14 years later, an artist in Mexico has designed a football helmet to better depict Billick and the Ravens' fall. In a project posted on behance.net , artist John Raya shows off his Star Wars-themed redesigns of helmets for the teams in the AFC and NFC . Raya substituted each NFL city with a planet from the Star Wars universe and each NFL mascot with a character or creature from the the sci-fi staple.
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By Alexander Pyles and The Baltimore Sun | February 4, 2014
As the 2000 Ravens embraced their defensive identity and a run-first offensive strategy, head coach Brian Billick -- coordinator of wide-open passing offenses in Minnesota -- joked that he'd been " pulled over to the dark side . " Almost 14 years later, an artist in Mexico has designed a football helmet to better depict Billick and the Ravens' fall. In a project posted on behance.net , artist John Raya shows off his Star Wars-themed redesigns of helmets for the teams in the AFC and NFC . Raya substituted each NFL city with a planet from the Star Wars universe and each NFL mascot with a character or creature from the the sci-fi staple.
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April 28, 2012
Bernard Pierce at a glance Running back, Temple Ht./Wt.: 6 foot,  215 pounds Born: May 10, 1990, Ardmore, Pa. High School: Glen Mills School College highlights: Pierce was the 2011 ECAC Offensive Player of the Year after he led the Owls with 1,481 yards and a school-record 27 touchdowns. He was ranked second nationally in scoring with 13.5 points a game. … Maryland fans may remember his record-breaking game where he rushed for 149 yards on 32 carries and tied a MAC record with five rushing touchdowns.
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | May 23, 2005
The Force is strong in this one - $158.5 million strong. That's the record-setting box-office take for Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith during its four-day opening weekend, surpassing by 18 percent the previous high for a movie opening on a Thursday. Sith's opening, according to Los Angeles-based Exhibitor Relations, which tracks box-office receipts, also set a single-day box-office record with $50 million in receipts on Thursday - including $16.5 million from the 12:01 a.m. showing alone.
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By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | May 18, 2005
Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith is a pop masterpiece. George Lucas has done the near-impossible. He's kept his gloriously hyperbolic space fantasy so idiosyncratic and so personal that even its failings become expressive. From the first word -- "War!" -- Lucas plunges viewers into spectacular upheavals of men, women and aliens, cyborgs and droids, and then into a political maelstrom that's elating in its pertinence and audacity. Lucas dares to hinge it all on a love story: something still outside his writing-directing grasp.
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April 21, 2005
I am happy about that, to sort of always be remembered as Darth. That's what people come up to me and shake my hand for. That's cool. -- Hayden Christensen, who plays a young Darth Vader in Star Wars: Episode III -- Revenge of the Sith
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By LOS ANGELES TIMES | November 10, 2005
Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith [Fox] $30 Digital editions of the first five Star Wars films have been a cut above the ordinary thanks to George Lucas and his creative team. Fans won't be disappointed with the two-disc Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith. An exemplary commentary track highlights the first disc. The second features several deleted scenes; a featurette on the stunt work; a short documentary in which Lucas traces the myth and legend of Darth Vader through all six episodes; and Within a Minute, a documentary that examines the complex production by concentrating on the final light-saber battle between Obi-Wan and Anakin.
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By NIELSEN MEDIA RESEARCH, EXHIBITOR RELATIONS CO. AND BILLBOARD MAGAZINE | November 24, 2005
TELEVISION 1.CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, CBS 2.Desperate Housewives, ABC 3.NFL Monday Night Football: Indianapolis Colts at New England Patriots, ABC 4.Without a Trace, CBS 5.Lost, ABC FILMS 1.Harry Potter, Warner Bros. 2.Walk the Line, Fox 3.Chicken Little, Disney 4.Derailed, Weinstein Co. 5.Zathura, Sony SINGLES 1.Run It!, Chris Brown 2.Gold Digger, Kanye West featuring Jamie Foxx 3.My Humps, Black Eyed Peas 4.Soul Survivor, Young Jeezy featuring Akon 5.Photograph, Nickelback ALBUMS 1.The Road and the Radio, Kenny Chesney 2.Soundtrack: Get Rich or Die Tryin', Various artists 3.NOW 20, Various artists 4.12 Songs, Neil Diamond 5.All the Right Reasons, Nickelback DVDS (SALES)
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June 6, 2005
LOS ANGELES - A talking lion became king of the box office as the animated tale Madagascar climbed to the No. 1 spot with $28.7 million in its second weekend. At No. 2 was Adam Sandler's football remake The Longest Yard, which took in $26.1 million in its second weekend. That left third place to Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith, which grossed $26 million in its third weekend, according to studio estimates yesterday. Madagascar, featuring the voice of Ben Stiller as a zoo lion returned to the wild, debuted at No. 2 a week earlier and took over first-place from Revenge of the Sith, which had held the top spot for two weekends.
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | May 23, 2005
The Force is strong in this one - $158.5 million strong. That's the record-setting box-office take for Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith during its four-day opening weekend, surpassing by 18 percent the previous high for a movie opening on a Thursday. Sith's opening, according to Los Angeles-based Exhibitor Relations, which tracks box-office receipts, also set a single-day box-office record with $50 million in receipts on Thursday - including $16.5 million from the 12:01 a.m. showing alone.
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By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | May 18, 2005
Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith is a pop masterpiece. George Lucas has done the near-impossible. He's kept his gloriously hyperbolic space fantasy so idiosyncratic and so personal that even its failings become expressive. From the first word -- "War!" -- Lucas plunges viewers into spectacular upheavals of men, women and aliens, cyborgs and droids, and then into a political maelstrom that's elating in its pertinence and audacity. Lucas dares to hinge it all on a love story: something still outside his writing-directing grasp.
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April 28, 2005
In the News Amber and Rob are registered for bridal gifts Not content with their $1 million-plus combined Survivor prize winnings and numerous trips won during The Amazing Race, reality lovebirds Amber Brkich and Rob Mariano have registered for various items essential to marital bliss at Target and Bed, Bath & Beyond. The registries indicate that well-wishers have already snapped up the cutlery, linens, soap dispensers, tortilla warmer, paper shredder and $550 Dyson vacuum cleaner. Rob, 29, and Amber, 26, actually married April 16, but as everyone knows, wedding gifts are still encouraged up to one year after the ceremony.
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