Wednesday, November 7, 2012

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Saturday, November 3, 2012

New Photos of [@danielcudmore ] from The Baytown Outlaws

Universal to release 'The Baytown Outlaws' in the UK

Get ready for some pulp action when The Baytown Outlaws hits Blu-ray and DVD in the UK this holiday season. Starring Billy Bob Thorton and Eva Longoria, the discs will hit the street on December 26th from Universal Pictures UK, so you know where you can spend your cash on Boxing Day! More details, including a ton of stills, can be found below.

Meet the Oodies, a trio of redneck hillbilly brothers whose main source of fun – and only source of employment – is illegally enforcing several unwritten laws on behalf of the local corrupt sheriff. When their latest job goes disastrously wrong and ends in a massacre at the wrong address, the brothers are approached by Celeste, a witness to the mayhem, with a proposal. She’s willing to pay them $25,000 for the safe return of her godson, who has been kidnapped by her ex-husband. What she fails to tell them is that the man in question is a ruthless mobster who believes Celeste is dead, having previously arranged for one of his goons to pump her full of lead.
Unsurprisingly, what should be a simple rescue mission soon turns into a southern fried battle royale of epic proportions as the brothers fall foul of a seemingly endless parade of psychopaths and miscreants who want them dead, ranging from a gang of crazy-ass biker chicks and a pack of ruthless road warriors to Federal agents, crooked cops and some very angry Native Americans.
Behind the scenes with cast and crew. 
Theatrical trailer. 
Original trailer.

@danielcudmore Twilight promo tour in Miami



Daniel and Charlie were in Miami October 29 promoting The Twilight Saga Breaking Dawn Part 2. Here are a few pics we took. More to come.

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You asked and we heard you our cafe press store is officially open for business. 

Shop the entire month of November and support a great cause, #Movember . That's right 100% of the money earned on our super cool and fun Movember gear goes to Dan's team and the Movemeber fund.
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Friday, November 2, 2012

Where in the world is @danielcudmore

With the Twilight Saga Breaking dawn part 2 coming out so is the publicity and press tour.

This past week, Daniel was in Miami, Chicago, and St. Louis.

His upcoming appearances are slated for:

Los Angeles - November 12  Breaking Dawn Part 2 Premiere
Macon, Georgia - November 16 -

To help fundraise for these important causes! While growing a Motastic stash

In case you haven't heard, @danielcudmore is raising money and awareness for #Movember

What is Movember you ask?

During November each year, Movember is responsible for the sprouting of moustaches on thousands of men’s faces, in Canada and around the world. With their “Mo’s”, these men raise vital funds and awareness for men's health, specifically prostate cancer and male mental health initiatives.

On Movember 1st, guys register at with a clean-shaven face. For the rest of the month, these selfless and generous men, known as Mo Bros, groom, trim and wax their way into the annals of fine moustachery. Supported by the women in their lives, Mo Sistas, Movember Mo Bros raise funds by seeking out sponsorship for their Mo-growing efforts.

Mo Bros effectively become walking, talking billboards for the 30 days of November. Through their actions and words, they raise awareness by prompting private and public conversation around the often ignored issue of men’s health.

At the end of the month, Mo Bros and Mo Sistas celebrate their gallantry and valour by either throwing their own Movember party or attending one of the infamous Gala Part├ęs held around the world by Movember, for Movember. 

If you haven't already donated and would like to, even the smallest amount can help find Daniel's Movember page and help him to reach his goals!

Punches, Cuddles and Clermont [ @JNCudmore ]

"If you can't take a punch, you should play table tennis" - Pierre Berbizier

Clermont Auvergne's resident Canuck Jamie Cudmore can lay claim to that phrase more than most. He sat out an incredible 110 days of the 2010-11 season due to suspension and he has collected 24 yellow cards and three reds for Clermont. On the face of it, he seems a liability. But the Top 14 giants continue to pick him week in week out.
Their recent destruction of the Exeter Chiefs exposed one of England's best top flight teams to a performance that exhibited power, passion and clinical finishing. Cudmore was at the forefront of everything they did well that day and has turned into one of Les Jaunards indispensable figures over the past few years.
The 34-year-old is a mainstay in the Top 14 team's XV and regardless of the myriad of stars present at the Parc des Sports Marcel Michelin, Cudmore - although he does not have the same galactico billing as your Sitiveni Sivivatu or Wesley Fofana - continues to shine as one of their standout players.
On the field his appearance is one of physical prowess and a short fuse. Off the field, he is a family man who is living a life that is a far cry from his turbulent upbringing in Canada. He spent a year in a juvenile detention centre and turned to rugby to provide him an outlet "for my rambunctiousness". Since then he has played in New Zealand, Wales and France - a pathway he describes as a "long crazy ride".
After his nomadic trip around various rugby strongholds, he has settled at Clermont. He is loved both on and off the field and the perfect example of this occurred during the interview. Midway through he had to pause as there were "people coming into my house and I have absolutely no idea who they are". As it transpired, they were folk who journeyed over to chez Cudmore from the other side of the village to wish him well ahead of the weekend's match. It seems to happen on a regular basis to him and it's something he describes as "pretty cool"; a welcoming host is a sharp contrast to the imposing figure he cuts on the field.
"Coming from Canada and watching a lot of ice hockey and football the physicality has always been something that I've tried to bring into my game," Cudmore told ESPNscrum. "From the beginning that's all we had as we weren't playing champagne rugby back on the west coast of Canada in the third division that's for sure. I've definitely tried to evolve my game so there's a bit of physicality and also some rugby sense alongside it."
And his evolution seems to have run alongside the development of the game. Your archetypal second-row has changed enormously from the days of Bill Beaumont or even Martin Johnson. The old days of the enforcer seem to be on the way out.
They used to be the figure that would 'take one for the team' and would never be far from a ruck or a slight differing of opinion on the field. While they fell foul of the citing commissioner or the referee's notebook, the crowd loved them and the same can be said for Cudmore and while he claims that there are still 'enforcers' in the game, their power is executed in different ways.

"I'm not sure if it's dying a breed but that sort of role - not necessarily as an enforcer - has evolved like rugby has. Gone are the days where you just go for the nine or the ten or get one of the big second-rows or back-rows to go and whack someone. Those days are pretty much gone with cameras everywhere and referees and touch judges fully implicated in the running of the game. But it has evolved - big tackles and running the ball up hard and playing at great speed is where the game has moved to. It's all moved on from the dark manoeuvres at the bottom of the rucks."
And while Cudmore has experienced the development in second-row play, he has also seen a change in the attitude of the game's future generation. He never takes anything he has achieved for granted and throughout our chat he constantly uses phrases such as "I have to pinch myself sometimes" and "I realise how fortunate I am" but everything Cudmore has now is due to hard work and not luck. He has worked hard to be in the position he is and this is something that he feels is lacking in the current game.
"That's one of the sad things. I've definitely noticed a change in the younger guys coming through. They've never experienced anything other than rugby. If they haven't been taught the value of the game then you can almost see some bad trends coming through. They start whining when it's cold out and when things start to get bad. They don't realise how bloody lucky they are.
"At most they are going to be out on the field for three hours at most maybe and it might be a bit cold but then you get to have a hot shower. I'd be out there for eight, ten, twelve hours a day if I could like any other person would be if they're opening. I hope that tendency gets stamped out real quick."
But it seems that such a trend is not prevalent in Clermont's current crop of youngsters who have graduated to the first-team. Aged just 24, Fofana is tearing up the Top 14 and has made an impact on the international scene. But the next generation of Clermont players will look back at the class of 2010 as the team that set the benchmark. Only Heineken Cup glory could rival the celebrations that occurred in Montferrand when Clermont marked their 100th year anniversary lifting the Bouclier de Brennus to end 74 years of hurt. Cudmore said it "felt as if Clermont was going to explode, it was a massive sense of relief and joy".
When he started out his rugby career in the Canadian third division playing in Squamish on the west coast of Canada, the thought of lifting France's biggest prize in the Stade de France must have seemed like a pipedream. But it is one that he has realised - he opted for the tough option rather than sticking put. "If I stayed at home I'd probably be snowboarding at the weekend and chopping down trees during the week - not that that's a bad thing but what I experience now is certainly much better."
Regardless of his brushes with the rugby law, you cannot begrudge anything that Cudmore has achieved. He has stayed true to his roots and this is why we see him pushing the game to its' physical limits. It is that mindset that has kept him in the Clermont team over the past few years - a quality that cannot be bottled.
He is the personification of the glass half-full/ half-empty argument. Optimists will look back on his impressive career and remember him as someone who won a Top 14 title, played the game to its fullness and enjoyed every step of the way. Pessimists will look at his extensive disciplinary record but Cudmore will hold close to him the former memories.
"I'm definitely no angel that's for sure. Everything I've done I've assumed the responsibility and I'm never going to point any fingers except at myself. There's always been that talk of ill-discipline but I've played in a lot of big games and I've won a championship here in France and I prefer to look back at those types of highlights."
Tom Hamilton is the Assistant Editor of ESPNscrum.

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