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http://bossons-fute.fr/?fimerois=rencontre-assyriologique-internationale-leiden-2012&eeb=ae James Bond Villian, when to start dating after baby Richard Kiel known for his role of Jaws in The Spy Who Loved Me and Moonraker has died aged 74.

see Kiel, known for his role of the steel-toothed Jaws in the James Bond movies The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) and Moonraker (1979) as well as the video game Everything or Nothing (he also had cameos in many other James Bond videogames). He was also well known as Mr. Larson in the 1996 comedy Happy Gilmore, for playing the Kanamit aliens in the classic Twilight Zone episode To Serve Man and for his role of Dr. Miguelito Loveless’ assistant Voltaire in first season episodes of The Wild, Wild West (1965-1966).

http://www.romagnamotorsport.it/?binarnewe=opzioni-binarir&8d2=c8 We pass on our love and best wishes to Kiel’s Wife, Children & wider Family.

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First screened internationally in 2015, US film fans will finally get a chance to see animated adventure film Bilal: A New Breed Of Hero in theaters from February 2.

The film, with a cast including Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje (Suicide Squad), Ian McShane (Deadwood) and China Anne McClain (Descendants 2), is a true story and tells the tale of a young boy, title character, Bilal, who was abducted into slavery, but rose up and freed himself from the horrors he had been subjected to.

The official synopsis reads as follows:

A thousand years ago, one boy with a dream of becoming a great warrior is abducted with his sister and taken to a land far away from home. Thrown into a world where greed and injustice rule all, Bilal finds the courage to raise his voice and make a change. Inspired by true events, this is a story of a real hero who earned his remembrance in time and history.

Having wowed audiences and critics alike at the Asia Pacific Screen Awards and in particular, at The Cannes Film Festival where it won “Best Inspiring Movie”, Bilal is an inspiring film sure to leave those who see it feeling motivated and encouraged to pursue their dreams and ambitions, and stand proud and tall against anyone who tries to hold them back.



Keith Chegwin has died at the age of 60 after batting a chronic lung condition.

The larger-than-life British TV presenter’s family have announced the news in a statement, saying that he passed away after a “long-term battle” with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, which had worsened towards the end of this year.

They said: “We are heartbroken to share the news that Keith Chegwin sadly passed away following a long-term battle with a progressive lung condition, idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, which rapidly worsened towards the end of this year.

“Keith died peacefully at home shortly after midnight on the 11th of December. His wife Maria, his daughter Rose and his son Ted were by his side. We would like to take this opportunity to thank Severn Hospice for the kindness, support and care they have shown us all over the last few weeks.

“Keith was a loving husband, father, son, brother, uncle and friend. We would respectfully ask to be left to mourn his passing in private.” 

Chegwin (known affectionately as Cheggers), was born in Liverpool in 1957. He began his career as a child actor on local television, before making his big screen debut in Roman Polanski’s 1971 adaptation of ‘Macbeth,’ alongside a small role with Peter Sellers in 1973’s ‘The Optimists of Nine Elms’.

He later became a household name in the UK during the mid 1970s after hosting a string of hit gameshows – including ‘Cheggers Plays Pop’.

Chegwin last tweeted on September 28: “Still not right. I will be back – But not for a bit yet. I’m so sorry.”