"It depends. I think your perspective of a large pay-check changes over time. So the first time I got what I thought was a large pay-cheque, I got a set of matching towels. I was like, ‘I can now get towels from Bed, Bath & Beyond’, because I’d taken hand-me-down towels from friends and family for so long. So that was a big pay-check for me at the time. Now I get them from Target. They’re the best towels in the whole world. They are! Thomas O’Brien towels! - Amy Adams reveals her first 'big splurge.'"
"In some ways this is kind of a commentary on the state of media. I believe we are at a place now with social media where one person's voice can be as powerful as a news network - an entire media network. That is the power of social Web ... an uprising of the Internet. Through your own stream [you] can have a voice that's as loud as a media network." - Ashton Kutcher brags about his Twitter triumph over CNN. The actor challenged the media company to a Twitter-off to see who could reach 1 million followers first.
Actress Zoe Saldana was born in New Jersey on June 19 1978. Her birth name is actually Zoe Yadira Zaldana Nazario.
when Zoë Saldaña was nine her father died in a car crash. shortly after that Zoe Saldana and her family moved to the Dominican Republic.
While living in the Dominican Republic Zoë Saldana became a student at ECOS Espacio de Danza Dance Academy where she learned ballet.
Zoe Saldaña moved back to the U.S when she 17. Zoe Saldana sone became involved with Faces theater troupe (a group that put on plays aimed at teenagers) and he New York Youth Theater. in 2000 Zoe Saldana was in her first movie Center Stage
From there Zoe Saldana has been working studly in Hollywood and has been in such films as Drumline, Crossroads, Pirates of the Caribbean:
The Curse of the Black Pearl, Haven, After Sex, Vantage Points, Guess Who, Takers, The Terminal, and Avatar.
in the 2009 Star Trek film Zoe Saldana stepped in to the role of Uhura (the role was originally played by Nichelle Nichols in the original Star Trek TV series and films)