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    A woman suffering from the rare Alice in Wonderland syndrome says it left her bedridden for two years and feeling like she was 'floating' outside her own body. Etta Shaheen, 41, from Las Vegas, Nevada, was rushed to hospital in early 2020 after she collapsed at home while doing the laundry and started vomiting. She then spent two years confined to her home, unable to even shower herself, walk the dogs or even go downstairs. But now — thanks to 'cutting out' her triggers — she says she is 90 to 95 percent back to normal, although still faces relapses. Named after the hallucinogenic world of Lewis Carroll's iconic novel, Alice in Wonderland syndrome alters how people see their own body or space and objects around them. It was not clear what sparked the rare illness, but it can be caused by infections, repeated headaches — or even tumors. Etta Shaheen, 41, from Las Vegas in Nevada, collapsed while doing the laundry in early 2020. She was rushed to hospital but tests showed everything was normal But after she was...
    PORTSMOUTH — Residents will have an opportunity to travel through time and into Wonderland this weekend as Alice Returns to Wonderland takes the Vern Riffe Center stage. The show, which is slated for the June 4 weekend, will take guests into the magical world of wonderland performed by the Cirque D’ Art Theatre at the Vern Riffe Center for the Arts. The show will tell the story of Alice returning to Wonderland after defeating the jabberwocky and facing a new enemy called Time. “Our show isn’t your normal show. We have a lot of ariels in it and new pieces of equipment,” Alyssa Redoutey said. “We have about 12 pieces of ariel equipment we are working with this show.” This year’s show features more than 130 cast members, of a wide range of ages, who have been working diligently to perfect the show and bring new stunts and looks to the Vern Riffe stage. “We have been putting costumes together, having rehearsals and I think we have a pretty great show,” Redoutey said. “It has been crazy this year and...
    A DESIGN whizz shared how she upgraded her drab home into a colourful wonderland for £12k - all while shielding during the pandemic and bringing a new baby into the world. Makeup artist Laura Norton, 39, from Watford, moved into her £386k three-bedroom terraced house in December 2019, and immediately decided to give it an upgrade. 12Laura Norton renovated her home while isolating in the pandemicCredit: mediadrumimages/@pearlsandplaste 12She transformed each room in the house adding a pop of colourCredit: mediadrumimages/@pearlsandplaste 12Previously the kitchen was tired and datedCredit: mediadrumimages/@pearlsandplaste Since beginning the renovation, Laura and husband Lewis welcomed their second baby, Esme, nine weeks, who joined their daughter Pearl, 3. They were also shielding from the pandemic while transforming their dull house into a cosy colourful wonderland. Laura explained she spent £12k on refurbishing the house, spending £5,600 on the kitchen, £1,200 on the bathroom, £1,200 on the living room, £1,200 on the bedroom, £600 on the downstairs toilet, and just £150 on the office. The renovations added more than £60k of value to the house, with it now being...
    FLEMINGTON, NJ -- Welcome to Northlandz, the world's largest miniature wonderland! Just an hour's drive from New York and Philadelphia, model train enthusiasts from around the world come to see this amazing exhibit. It started in 1972, when Bruce Williams began constructing his model train collection in his basement. When his exhibit outgrew his home, in 1990 he began building what is now known as Northlandz. It took him five years, building the entire exhibit by hand. Northlandz is listed in the Guiness Book of World Records as the largest miniature exhibit on the planet. Northlandz has over 100 trains, 100 mountains, and 8 miles of train track! The self-guided walking tour is nearly one mile long and and takes anywhere from 1-3 hours to complete. Over the years, Northlandz has become one of the favorite destinations for people of all ages. Not only does it offer something unique for local tourists, but people from around the world visit the New Jersey attraction. It is located 495 US-202, Flemington, NJ 08822, USA, just 45 miles away from Roadside America.
    ASDA always bring the goods when it comes to top notch Disney merch particularly in the homewares department. The supermarket giant launched a whimsical range of Alice In Wonderland kitchenware that had fans falling down the rabbit hole. 1The whimsical range included tea pots, plates and tumblersCredit: Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK The collection includes glasses, tea pots, plate sets and a Cheshire Cat serving dish. Pictures of the new range were uploaded to Facebook's Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK with the caption: "NEW Alice In Wonderland Range At Asda." The picture showed a pretty 12 piece dinner set, a set of four tumblers, a Queen of Hearts coffee pot, an Alice teapot and a Cheshire Cat serving plate. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED Bargain fans were quick to show their appreciation for the sweet set and the post amassed more than 2k likes. One person said: "Oh my! I need everything!" While another agreed: "I love the tea pot, I may have to get it." And another said:...
    She took the plunge into the Marvel cinematic universe last month when she made her debut as Kate Bishop in the miniseries Hawkeye.  And Hailee Steinfeld, 25, has firmly cemented herself within Hollywood as she featured on the cover of the Winter 21 Issue of Wonderland magazine, in which she posed for a slew of sizzling snaps.  Looking simply sensational in a series of incredible snaps, Hailee opted for a pink hairdo while posing in a shower in a sexy chainmail mini before she went for a sexy PVC look while reclining on a bed and showing her abs.  Oh my! Hailee Steinfeld, 25, has firmly cemented herself within Hollywood as she featured on the cover of the Winter 21 Issue of Wonderland magazine, in which she posed for a slew of sizzling snaps Hailee looked phenomenal in the shoot, as he posed up a storm in the various sexy ensembles and flitted between a pink and red hairdo.  She was sure to put her lithe figure on full display, firstly in the sexy chainmail mini and later in the red hot latex look as she...
    A photo of the girl who inspired Lewis Carroll's classic children's novel Alice in Wonderland has sold for £1,625 after being discovered in a 150-year-old family photo album. The photo, which shows a stern-looking young Alice Liddell in a smart dress stood next to her younger sister Edith, was unearthed in a Scottish family's photo album from the 1860s. The album belonged to the McCorquodale family, whose name can be traced back to Argyll in the Highlands. The descendants of the McCorquodale's married into Princess Diana's family during the 20th century.  The album has now been bought by the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, Texas, after a bidding war with London-based Chiswick Auctions. A photo of the girl who inspired Lewis Carroll's classic children's novel Alice in Wonderland has been bought by the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston in Texas The photo was unearthed in a Scottish family's photo album from the 1860s and is attributed to the 'McCorquodales', a name that originates to Argyll in the Highlands RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next What became...
    ‘Tis the season to marvel at the Biltmore’s winter wonderland this holiday. With 62 hand-decorated trees, 175 poinsettias, more than 14,000 ornaments, 45,000 lights, and 1,000 feet of garland, the beautiful Biltmore Estate, located in Asheville, North Carolina, spares no expense when it comes to decking the halls. Join Fox Nation host Abby Hornacek as she takes an inside look at how America’s largest home, spanning 175,000 square feet, celebrates the holiday season.  In the episode, "A Biltmore Christmas," Hornacek goes on a behind-the-scenes Christmas tour into the 250-room French Renaissance chateau – which includes 35 bedrooms, 43 bathrooms, and 65 fireplaces.  The Biltmore Estate first opened its doors on Christmas Eve in 1895 – this one marking its annual 126th celebration. 5 THINGS TO WATCH ON FOX NATION THIS DECEMBER George Washington Vanderbilt first visited Asheville in 1887, where he considered the area to construct his own country mansion and estate. Vanderbilt decided to open the grand doors of Biltmore on Christmas Eve, since the holidays were always a "special time" for him and his loved ones.  Inside the luxurious...
    Previously unseen photos of the girl who inspired Lewis Carroll's classic children's novel Alice in Wonderland have been unearthed. They show a stern-looking young Alice Liddell, in a smart dress, stood next to her younger sister Edith who is wearing a bonnet. The images were found in a Scottish family's photo album from the 1860s. It is attributed to the 'McCorquodales', a name that originates to Argyll in the Highlands.  The descendants of the McCorquodales married into the family of Princess Diana.  The album is going under the hammer with London-based Chiswick Auctions. Carroll, real name Charles Dodgson, was an early photography pioneer and grew very close to the Liddell family. He wrote his most famous work, which full title is Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, in 1865.   Previously unseen photos of the girl who inspired Lewis Carroll's classic children's novel Alice in Wonderland have been unearthed. They show a stern-looking young Alice Liddell, in a smart dress, stood next to her younger sister Edith who is wearing a bonnet The images were found in a Scottish family's photo album from...
    Lady Kitty Spencer's twin sisters have enjoyed a fun-filled few days in London with friends, taking in a trip to the pub and a night at Winter Wonderland.  Lady Eliza and Lady Amelia, 29, Earl Spencer's daughters who moved to the UK from South Africa earlier this year, didn't let the freezing temperatures put them off an outing to the Hyde Park funfair. Photos shared on Instagram show the sisters rugged up in coats as they went on rides with their friends and partners.  Winter magic! Lady Eliza and Lady Amelia, 29, pictured centre, Earl Spencer's daughters who moved to the UK from South Africa earlier this year, didn't let the freezing temperatures put them off an outing to the Hyde Park funfair with their partners and friends Kiss for the birthday boy! The pair also celebrated Amelia's fiancé Greg Mallett's birthday with a night at a pub. Amelia, who dressed down in a red sweater, shared this photo from the event The pair also celebrated Amelia's fiancé Greg Mallett's birthday with a night at a pub. The birthday boy shared...
    Senator John Barrasso (R-WY) said on this week’s broadcast of “Fox News Sunday” that President Biden’s Build Back Better Act was “Alice in Wonderland” logic. Barrasso said, “We have record inflation right now. I view this as a back-breaking bill for the country with the kind of expenses, the spending, the adding to the debt, the inflation, the taxes that are going to hit the American people. For Joe Biden to say ‘We have to spend even more money on top of inflation,’ to me, this is ‘Alice in Wonderland’ logic. He’s the Mad Hatter out here.” On raising the debt limit, Barrasso said, “Well, in my state, I was a member of the state Senate. Our Constitution demands that we balance our budget every year that we live within our means, just like families all across America need to do, and I think the federal government ought to do the same thing.” He added, “This is all about Democrat spending. This is 100 percent on them. If you get rid of all of the gimmicks of accounting, this bill...
    Republican Wyoming Sen. John Barrasso slammed President Joe Biden’s Build Back Better Act as “Alice in Wonderland” logic and compared Biden to “the Mad Hatter.” Barrasso appeared on Fox News Sunday and was asked about the $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill that passed the House with a 228-206 vote, as 13 Republicans and 6 Democrats voted for and against the bill. The Wyoming Republican did not hold back, saying he views the Build Back Better Act as a back-breaking bill for the U.S. and more. “Right now, I view this as a back-breaking bill for the country with the kind of expenses, the spending, the adding to the debt, the inflation, the taxes that are going to hit the American people,” Barrasso said. “For Joe Biden to say ‘We have to spend even more money on top of inflation,’ to me this is ‘Alice in Wonderland’ logic. He’s the Mad Hatter out here,” Barrasso added. (RELATED: EXCLUSIVE: Internal Memo From Republican Rep. Jim Banks Slams Biden’s Spending Plan As ‘Phase One Of The Green New Deal’) WATCH:  “This is all about...
    Sen. John BarrassoJohn Anthony BarrassoSunday shows preview: New COVID-19 variant emerges; supply chain issues and inflation persist White House looks to rein in gas prices ahead of busy travel season Biden administration to release 50 million barrels of oil from strategic reserve MORE (R-Wyo.) had harsh words for President BidenJoe BidenGOP eyes booting Democrats from seats if House flips Five House members meet with Taiwanese president despite Chinese objections Sunday shows preview: New COVID-19 variant emerges; supply chain issues and inflation persist MORE's social spending agenda on Sunday, calling the Build Back Better Act "Alice in Wonderland" logic and saying Biden is like "the Mad Hatter." While appearing on "Fox News Sunday" Barrasso was asked by guest host Trace Gallagher about the status of the Build Back Better Act, which the House passed roughly one week ago. "Right now. I view this as a back-breaking bill for the country with the kind of expenses, the spending, the adding to the debt, the inflation, the taxes that are going to hit the American people," said Barrasso. "For Joe Biden to say 'We have to...
    Princess Beatrice and her young family were spotted enjoying all the fun of the fair yesterday on a visit to Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park. Pushing her ten-week-old daughter Sienna in a trendy £1,000 Fox 3 Bugaboo pram, the 33-year-old appeared relaxed alongside husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi. Also with the pair was Edoardo’s son from a previous relationship, five-year-old Christopher Woolf, known as Wolfie. After browsing the Christmas market and playing fairground games, the family stopped at a German bratwurst stall in the London park’s Bavarian Village. Sitting on outdoor benches, they tucked into large hotdogs and hot drinks. Wearing a winter coat with a fur-lined hood paired with a teal scarf and black bobble hat, Beatrice was barely noticed by the other families. Pushing her ten-week-old daughter Sienna in a trendy £1,000 Fox 3 Bugaboo pram, Princess Beatrice, 33, appeared relaxed alongside husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi in Hyde Park Edoardo, 38 – known as Edo – also kept a low profile in green flat cap and casual red-and-white trainers. ‘They didn’t want to be made a fuss of. They...
    AROUND one in four people in the UK will experience a mental health issue of some sorts each year. While one in six people suffer with common issues such as anxiety or depression, many others are battling with a different set of symptoms. 1Many people suffer with issues such as anxiety - but there are some mental illnesses that many people have never heard ofCredit: Getty Some of the most severe mental illnesses can make you feel as though your mind is no longer your own. Others will leave you feeling as though those around you are actually imposters. It's important that if you think you have a mental illness or if you are suffering from any of the symptoms described below that you seek medical help. Your GP will be able to refer you to a specialist who will be able to prescribe medication or therapy to help. There are also charities that can help if you're feeling alone and unable to cope such as Mind and the Samaritans. Here we look at some of the mental health conditions...
    Christmas in the Park was originally created as a display by the Lima Family in front of a mortuary. Now, the park features more than 40 animated displays, hundreds of Christmas trees, world famous hot chocolate and more. For more information, visit www.christmasinthepark.com.
    PORTSMOUTH — Residents will have an opportunity to go down the rabbit hole and into Wonderland this weekend as Alice in Wonderland takes the stage. The show, which is slated for June 4-6, will take guests into the magical world of wonderland performed by the Cirque D’ Art Theatre at the Vern Riffe Center for the Arts. The show will feature about 100 students from the nonprofit organization and will be one of the first shows to open in the area since the pandemic. “When we got the go ahead, we knew we had to go big or go home,” Alyssa Redoutey said, who plays Alice in the show. “We have all worked really hard and we are just so excited to be able to have a show.” Throughout the pandemic, the nonprofit has been coping with health orders and mandates to provide local children experiences. While some classes and activities had to be altered, Cirque D’ Art continued to serve its students as much as it could. “It was a tough year because our contingency plans had to have...
    Cinema was not expressly invented so Nicolas Cage could urinal-stomp an animatronic gorilla to death in a children’s restaurant restroom, and yet here is Willy’s Wonderland, providing that very unforgettable sight, heretofore unseen in the history of the medium. That may be this gleefully silly affair’s R-rated highlight, but it’s far from its only pleasurable moment, as director Kevin Lewis and screenwriter G.O. Parsons deliver a gory Western-horror B-movie whose tongue is planted so firmly in its cheek, it’s no wonder its star doesn’t ever get a word out of his mouth. That’s right—in Willy’s Wonderland (on VOD Feb. 12), Cage plays a perpetually silent man with no name (he’s credited as The Janitor) who rides into the remote rural enclave of Hayesville in his roaring Chevy Camaro steed. When he gets a flat tire courtesy of a spike strip lying suspiciously in the middle of the road, he patiently waits by his car until a tow truck operated by Jed (Chris Warner) offers him a lift to a garage, where he’s informed that repairs will cost a cool $1,000...
    Zack Snyder’s Justice League — known to fans as the mythical “Snyder Cut” — hits HBO Max on March 18th, and Warner Bros. is celebrating the at-home blockbuster relaunch in a unique way: with customized, themed $130 Snyder Cut meal boxes. Described as “a first-of-its-kind, immersive, at-home dining experience” for customers in the US and the UK, Warner Bros. is teaming up with Wonderland Restaurants (a self-described “creative & innovation studio for the food and beverage industry”) to create the kits. Wonderland Restaurants is also currently working on Park Row, an upcoming high-end DC Comics-themed restaurant in London that was announced in early 2020. The meal kits are designed to resemble the film’s MacGuffin-y Mother Boxes and cost $130 for a kit for two or $260 for four (shipping and taxes not included). Inside will be a variety of Justice League-adjacent food: the “Ocean Trench” appetizer for Aquaman, consisting of “Icelandic cod and chips with trench dressing” and the “Big Belly Burger” for the Flash, alluding to the fictional DC universe burger joint. Other menu items that...
    KYLIE Jenner gave fans an inside look at her SECOND mansion. The 23-year-old turned the luxurious home into a white winter wonderland featuring polar bears, elves and the Grinch. 14Kylie turned her second mansion into a winter wonderlandCredit: Instagram 14The reality star gave fans an inside look into her festive homeCredit: Instagram 14The large house is decorated with a number of trees and polar bearsCredit: Instagram 14The mother-of-one shared snaps of Stormi with the GrinchCredit: Instagram 14Kylie posted videos of her mansion on Instagram The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star shared clips of her decorated mansion on her Instagram Story on Monday. The inside of Kylie's home features a number of Christmas trees. While one tree was simply decorated with classic white string lights, another large tree featured the same lights paired with white and gold circular ornaments and fake snow. One tree acts as the center point for white polar bears that are placed in Kylie's mansion. Pine tree garnishes entwined with lights lined the edge of the fireplace, while an Elf on the Shelf was placed on...
    CHRISTMAS has come early for a joyful dad-of-two who has spent over £27k on decorations. Lee Gilbert, 58, started spreading Christmas cheer on November 4 by putting his impressive decor up. 12Lee Gilbert has spent £27,000 on his Christmas decorations this yearCredit: Caters News Agency The store assistant’s living room has been taken over by a carnival inspired Christmas village which costs £15k. Lee has seven Christmas trees dotted around his home in Evesham, Worchestershire. He said: “When I noticed Christmas decorations are being put up early in shops, I thought why not? “It is my favourite time of the year so I didn’t have to think twice. 12The store assistant’s living room has been taken over by a carnival inspired Christmas village which costs £15kCredit: Caters News Agency 12The village has been completed with houses and toy shopsCredit: Caters News Agency "I've always loved Christmas but never in a million years thought my collection would be so big. "But I wouldn't have it any other way. “I’ve spent ten years collecting props for the village which now takes over...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Here's a cliffhanger to keep you hooked reading. One author claims to have planted clever clues within his newly-released book, The Hatter's Hat - Lost Tales of Wonderland.Daniel Jacobsen penned the children's fantasy story as a prequel to Lewis Carroll's 1865 classic, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. But Jacobsen's version contains something much more real than talking Cheshire cats and dancing playing cards. Within its pages are stealthy directions for finding hidden treasure.RELATED: Multimillionaire Forrest Fenn's treasure hidden, worth $1M, found in Rocky Mountains"There are rubies, sapphires, over 140 beautiful diamonds, silver, gold, rare collectible coins dating all the way back to the 3rd century of the Roman Empire, a 24 karat gold plated "Alice in Wonderland" charm bracelet, and more," Jacobsen said on the treasure hunt website. The final jackpot, may be worth somewhere between $10,000-$20,000."During these crazy times, I wanted to give people a reason to turn off the television sets and get back out into nature," Jacobsen writes online. The adventure hasn't given clues on what region of the United States to look, only...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Here's a cliffhanger to keep you hooked reading. One author claims to have planted clever clues within his newly-released book, The Hatter's Hat - Lost Tales of Wonderland.Daniel Jacobsen penned the children's fantasy story as a prequel to Lewis Carroll's 1865 classic, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. But Jacobsen's version contains something much more real than talking Cheshire cats and dancing playing cards. Within its pages are stealthy directions for finding hidden treasure.RELATED: Multimillionaire Forrest Fenn's treasure hidden, worth $1M, found in Rocky Mountains"There are rubies, sapphires, over 140 beautiful diamonds, silver, gold, rare collectible coins dating all the way back to the 3rd century of the Roman Empire, a 24 karat gold plated "Alice in Wonderland" charm bracelet, and more," Jacobsen said on the treasure hunt website. The final jackpot, may be worth somewhere between $10,000-$20,000."During these crazy times, I wanted to give people a reason to turn off the television sets and get back out into nature," Jacobsen writes online. The adventure hasn't given clues on what region of the United States to look, only...
    WESTBURY, New York -- Founded in 1853, Hicks Nurseries, Inc. is the largest nursery and garden center on Long Island and when the holidays come around, their storefront becomes a winter wonderland.Inside the greenhouse, you can find indoor and outdoor plants from across the country, patio furniture, gardening supplies, seasonal decor, and landscape design/build services.Even though the nursery is open year-round, their busiest season is when they start to bring out the Christmas decorations."I just needed to get into that Christmas spirit and what better place than Hicks, said Nancy Radecker, a customer. "They sell beautiful plants and decorations. The trees are amazing and it is just everything you just want to feel nice and Christmassy."In addition to the treasures that lay within the store on the outside, the aroma of pine fills the air with rows and rows of Christmas trees available.Some of the available tree sizes can be as tall as 14 feet, however, larger sizes can be made available upon request.Related: Long Island Ecology Center offers kids their own personal virtual messages from Santa ClausIf you decide...
    The 6th annual Gingerbread Wonderland exhibit at Norway House opens on Nov. 6. Reservations to visit the show may be made online. Click here for more information.
    A DAD has transformed his home into a stunning winter wonderland - but people are divided over the move. Posting on Facebook, Scott Hinks showed off his sparkling hallway - which has been transformed with a £99 archway from The Range, artificial tree, Christmas lights, red baubles and gold bows. 4Scott Hinks has shown off his winter wonderland hallway - in OctoberCredit: Scott Hinks 4His statement arch cost £99 from The RangeCredit: Scott Hinks The place looks absolutely magical, but some felt October was too early for the bold move. In his post, Scott said: "So after deep cleaning the hallway today - thought why not. For all those saying it's too early - brought a smile to my family face." Speaking to Fabulous, Scott said: "It's not going to be to everyone's taste but in the times we're in at the moment I say do whatever makes you happy. "The response has been overwhelming and I'm glad it's made a few people smile. "Still a few bits to add and then to tackle our main tree in the lounge."...
    Hed: Phamaly Matters Dek: The disability-affirmative theater troupe finds ways to adapt during the pandemic. By Khaleel Hayes This summer, Denver's Phamaly Theatre Company had big plans to produce Alice in Wonderland, with original music by rapper Kalyn Heffernan of Wheelchair Sports Camp. Those were scuttled when COVID-19 forced artistic director Regan Linton and managing director Sasha Hutchings to postpone. Now, like most theater groups, the company, whose name stands for Physically Handicapped Amateur Music Actors League, is trying to figure out how to continue offering productions and stay afloat through coronavirus closures. Part of carrying on is finding a new way to host the troupe's annual fundraiser, Phamaly’s Big Night, which will take place virtually at 7 p.m. on Saturday, October 18. The company hopes to raise at least $180,000 to make up for lost revenue. But while donations are encouraged, the fundraiser is free and will stream live on Phamaly’s YouTube channel. Related Stories Wheelchair Sports Camp's New Song Shoots Back at the Cops Phamaly Brings Grace, Style and Decency to Chicago Review: Phamaly Cast Is Ready, Willing...
    Normally, a party does everything possible to avoid litigation. Polonius advised Laertes to “beware of entrance to a quarrel.” Litigation is a disaster. It is expensive and time-consuming. It is always risky to be a plaintiff, but it is more than risky to be on the receiving end —unless of course you are Donald Trump — and your lawyer is Bill Barr. It is nothing short of amazing that Bill Barr’s Justice Department has intervened in the civil suit for libel brought by the writer E. Jean Carroll. Carroll claims Trump raped her in a Bergdorf Goodman dressing room in the 1990s, many years before he was President. That alleged conduct is most likely beyond any period of limitations. But when Carroll aired her allegations, Trump from his “bully presidential pulpit” called her a liar, denied Carroll’s charges and asserted that it couldn’t have happened because Carroll is “not his type “—a phrase, borrowed from Marcel Proust, that he has made about other women who alleged he had made unwanted advances. So Carroll sued him for libel in the New...
    Get ready to enter the twisted world of Willy’s Wonderland. Originally titled Wally’s Wonderland when the project was first announced, a new poster for the upcoming Nicolas Cage horror flick has been revealed. The movie will see Cage battling animatronic characters at a family entertainment center, not unlike Chuck E. Cheese. The poster was revealed as the movie hit the Cannes virtual market. It sees Nicolas Cage at the center in a darkly-lit building. Cage is staring sternly at something that we can’t see, holding what appears to be a stick and a bundle of cable. The poster comes with the tagline, “Let playtime begin.” Unfortunately, not much else can be gleaned from the image but this could be one of the wildest cinematic Cage adventures we have seen in some time. And that is really saying something, especially considering that the actor recently starred in movies like Mandy and Color Out of Space. RELATED: Nicolas Cage Enters the Twisted Nightmare of Wally’s Wonderland First poster for the movie Willys Wonderland starring Nicolas Cage lands online! Movie will follow Cage...
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