Saturday, September 29, 2012

The Dark Knight Rises Limited Edition Release Info







I came across the cover for the regular Blu-ray of the film along with a list of the 17 featurettes included on the disc on one of my favorite movie sites, www.comingsoon.net and wanted to share this wit my BlvdAve fam. So here we go ! 
- ZO (BlvdAve E.I.C)

It was rumored for a while before any official announcement was made, but we can now confirm (viaEW) that The Dark Knight Rises will be available in a limited 'broken cowl' edition which you can see below.
The Blu-ray of the film will be packed with features including:
  • The Batmobile documentary
  • Ending the Knight
    • The Prologue: High-Altitude Hijacking
    • Return to the Batcave
    • Beneath Gotham
    • The Bat
    • Batman vs Bane
    • Armory Accepted
    • Gameday Destruction
    • Demolishing a City Street
    • The Pit
    • The Chant
    • The War on Wall Street
    • Race to the Reactor
    • The Journey of Bruce Wayne
    • Gotham's Reckoning
    • A Girls Gotta Eat
    • Shadows & Light in Large Format
    • The End of A Legend
The Blu-ray, as well as DVD and digital versions of the film will be available on December 4th.
In The Dark Knight Rises, it has been eight years since Batman vanished into the night, turning, in that instant, from hero to fugitive. Assuming the blame for the death of D.A. Harvey Dent, the Dark Knight sacrificed everything for what he and Commissioner Gordon both hoped was the greater good. For a time the lie worked, as criminal activity in Gotham City was crushed under the weight of the anti-crime Dent Act.
But everything will change with the arrival of a cunning cat burglar with a mysterious agenda. Far more dangerous, however, is the emergence of Bane, a masked terrorist whose ruthless plans for Gotham drive Bruce out of his self-imposed exile. But even if he dons the cape and cowl again, Batman may be no match for Bane.
The Dark Knight Rises has earned $1.067 billion at the worldwide box office.

Sneaks on the AVE: Sneaker Release Date reminder







Whats good world ?? More Importantly, whats good SNEAKER HEADS !!! Im up ealry and at it to make sure I deliver this Sneaker release date post on time. Im even thinking about moviing the day I post these from saturdays to fridays simply becuase most of you are already somewhere waiting in line for that sneaker you gotta have in the worst way. I'll have it figured out by next weeks releases, but until then, check these joints out and I'll see yall in those sneaker lines !!! PEACE !!!

- ZO (BlvdAve E.I.C)



Nike Air Max 90 Hyperfuse
Hasta/Sunburst-Granite
532470-360
$110




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09/29/12
$140



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473679-702
09/29/12
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Mixtape Downloads: Saturday Edition







Been awhile since we had some new mixtapes on BlvdAve, so here you go ladies & gents. Click on the mixtape cover of your choice and ENJOY !!!








Friday, September 28, 2012

In theaters NOW







Here it is ladies and gents, the latest movies in theaters. Me personally, Im thinking about cathig a showing of "Looper." We'll have the box office results early at the beginning of the week. Until then,

PEACE !!!
- ZO (E.I.C)


Looper




Won't Back Down



Pitch Perfect



Hotel Transylvania

Thursday, September 27, 2012

Games on the AVE: IGN Reviews NHL 13








Also available on PS3





NHL 13 might be the only game in town this year for hockey fans. The threat of an imminent lockout leaves the latest addition to the long-lived EA Sports franchise as the lone outlet for puckheads through what could be a long and lonely fall and winter of listening to talk about salary caps and revenue sharing instead of the more agreeable slap of stick against puck. Thankfully, neither Gary Bettman nor Donald Fehr is in the game, despite what EA Sports' famous tagline claims. But things are in a holding pattern here just as in the real NHL's labor negotiations. This is a bit of a stay-the-course release, although there are some impressive additions under the hood, such as a superb new skating physics engine and smarter artificial intelligence. Some issues with the AI and the lack of noteworthy new features are disappointing, however, making this something less than a revolutionary improvement over NHL 12.
With all that said, it can't be denied that NHL 13 is a great hockey game when taken strictly on its own merits. Realism is the cornerstone of just about everything that happens on the ice. Players skate, shoot, slash, and brawl just like they do in the real NHL. Playing positionally sound hockey is a necessity, as is some sort of understanding of the actual game and the ins and outs of the NHL. If you need to Google what a diamond is or have no idea that cycling here does not involve wearing really tight shorts, you might want to do some reading before picking up a gamepad. This looks like an arcade hockey game, but it plays a lot like a simulation when the puck is dropped.
Features and frills are so numerous that you expect the game disc to bulge out of the box. There are modes of play for every taste. You can play single games, tournaments, and full careers, with most options being available online and off. As in NHL 12, you can take over franchises, set yourself up as a GM, create a player to lead from the junior leagues to the big leagues, take over a legend and try to lead him (or her--two female stars have been included this year for the first time alongside male greats like Gretzky and, um, Roenick) to greatness again in today's NHL, and much more.
Hockey Ultimate Team is back for a second season of card-collecting, micropaymenty goodness, and a new GM Connected mode of play supports up to 750 people playing in online leagues in nearly every role imaginable, from front-office boss to first-string goalie. The new NHL Moments Live borrows a trick from Madden and puts you in historic situations. There you have to either live up to what legendary stars like Gretzky and Gilmour accomplished in classic contests or finish off games by mimicking the highlight reels.
Another tweak is with the ratings system, which has been revised to rate players on a universal scale by position. This removes the confusing system from last year, which scored players based on how good they were in their individual roles. This inflated the overall ratings of marginal players who were good performers in their jobs, most notably tough guys. This year, goons have been dialed back to sensible numbers. Still, the ratings are odd in spots and still skew high for the most part. Whoever handled the ratings played some favorites. There is no other way to explain the declining Alex Ovechkin clocking a 93 as the second-best player in the game.
Some players also get dinged unfairly. It's hard to believe that Phil Kessel wound up with a lousy 86 after his 82-point season, especially when the likes of Mike Richards scored 87 with just 44 points in arguably his worst regular season in the NHL (nice ending, though). Stars are a little too dominant in general and have been given ratings more by history or reputation than current performance. Ryan Getzlaf and more than a few others haven't been this good or this motivated in the real NHL in a few years. Still, most players in the game perform in a true-to-life fashion.
Depressingly, none of the new features in NHL 13 amount to much. Changes to the standard modes of play include such dull additions as the ability to demand a trade in Be a Pro and some supposedly revised AI in the trade logic in Be a GM. Those AI revisions were insufficient, though; you can still rook the opposition into absurd trades by loading up on quantity to get quality. Revamped player ratings clear up some confusion but are not stop-the-presses material. The two new female "legends"--Hayley Wickenheiser and Angela Ruggiero--add an interesting twist to Be a Legend, although they add little glitz to the already disappointing lineup of hockey stars.

Weekend Box Office RESULTS September 21, 2012 - September 23, 2012







Whats good world, here's your box office results for this past weekend. Check out the list of the Top 12 movies in theaters. A movie I wanted to see but didnt get to this weekend, "End of Watch" edged out "House at the End of the street" by a small margin to become the Number 1 movie at box office. Clint Eastwood's latest, "Trouble with the curve" came in at Number 3, "Finding Nemo 3D" continues to put up strong numbers, lading at the Number 4 position, and finally "Resident Evil: Retribution" comes in at the Number 5 position. As always, we'll be back on friday with the latest movies in theaters.






TW
Title Studio Weekend
Total Week
1
End of Watch Open Road Films
$13,152,683

$13,152,683
1
2
House at the End of the Street Relativity Media
$12,287,234

$12,287,234
1
3
Trouble with the Curve Warner Bros. Pictures
$12,162,040

$12,162,040
1
4
Finding Nemo 3D Disney•Pixar
$9,641,474

$30,175,449
2
5
Resident Evil: Retribution Screen Gems (Sony)
$6,701,803

$33,469,530
2
6
Dredd 3D Lionsgate
$6,278,491

$6,278,491
1
7
The Master The Weinstein Company
$4,391,092

$5,446,975
2
8
The Possession Lionsgate
$2,641,990

$45,291,617
4
9
ParaNorman Focus Features
$2,345,630

$52,582,728
6
10
Lawless The Weinstein Company
$2,286,215

$34,477,134
4
11
The Bourne Legacy Universal Pictures
$1,609,875

$110,402,575
7
12
The Odd Life of Timothy Green Walt Disney Pictures
$1,543,090

$48,655,828
6

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

2012-13 NFL Season: Week 3 Results, Standings, Week 4 Schedule

For more stats and information go to Pro-Football-Reference.com

Also  for news and opinion

Week 3 is in the bag, as another interesting and controversial Week of NFL Football is put to rest. Unfortunately on the business side, talks have not progressed in the ongoing negotiations between the NFL and Park Ave, the group who is representing the referees union. Nonetheless, the replacement refs continue to call pro football games, to much chagrin of the players, fans, and journalists around the league.

None more controversial than the call last night on Monday Night Football between the Seattle Seahawks and the Green Bay Packers. Seahawks wide receiver Golden Tate was awarded a touchdown on a 24yd Hail Mary pass from Russell Wilson while Packers defensive back M.D. Jennings also held possession of the ball. The play was reviewed and the touchdown was counted, putting the Seahawks up 14-12 to ice the game.


However, according to Rule 8, Section 1, Article 3, Item 5 of the NFL rulebook that discusses a simultaneous catch,

"If a pass is caught simultaneously by two eligible opponents, and both retain it, the ball belongs to the passers. It is not a simultaneous catch if a player gains control first and an opponent subsequently gains joint control," the rule states.
 Since Tate never fully gained control of the football, that would mean the play should have been rewarded to Jennings as an interception. This play is also - under rulebook guidelines - un-reviewable and all calls are as made and final.

The NFL has announced that they will address the call today at some point in time, so make sure to follow @NFL on Twitter for any announcements and statements from the league.

AFC
East
Bills214.6
Jets2112.8
Patriots1212.7
Dolphins128.8
North
Bengals21-6.3
Ravens2111.4
Steelers1211.8
Browns03-7.7
South
Texans3025.5
Titans12-17.0
Colts12-15.8
Jaguars12-2.8
West
Chargers212.1
Raiders12-3.8
Chiefs12-6.1
Broncos1217.5

NFC

East
Giants212.0
Cowboys216.4
Eagles213.5
Redskins12-12.4
South
Falcons3022.1
Buccaneers12-3.5
Panthers12-18.9
Saints03-21.2
North
Vikings21-0.4
Bears21-0.5
Lions12-8.6
Packers121.4
West
Cardinals3012.2
49ers211.5
Seahawks217.2
Rams12-10.8
Day Date VisTm HomeTm Time
Thu September 27 Cleveland Browns @ Baltimore Ravens 8:20 PM
Sun September 30 Carolina Panthers @ Atlanta Falcons 1:00 PM
Sun September 30 New England Patriots @ Buffalo Bills 1:00 PM
Sun September 30 Minnesota Vikings @ Detroit Lions 1:00 PM
Sun September 30 Tennessee Titans @ Houston Texans 1:00 PM
Sun September 30 San Diego Chargers @ Kansas City Chiefs 1:00 PM
Sun September 30 San Francisco 49ers @ New York Jets 1:00 PM
Sun September 30 Seattle Seahawks @ St. Louis Rams 1:00 PM
Sun September 30 Miami Dolphins @ Arizona Cardinals 4:05 PM
Sun September 30 Oakland Raiders @ Denver Broncos 4:05 PM
Sun September 30 Cincinnati Bengals @ Jacksonville Jaguars 4:05 PM
Sun September 30 New Orleans Saints @ Green Bay Packers 4:15 PM
Sun September 30 Washington Redskins @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers 4:15 PM
Sun September 30 New York Giants @ Philadelphia Eagles 8:20 PM
Mon October 1 Chicago Bears @ Dallas Cowboys 8:30 PM

Leaders and Stats - Passing

Rk Tm Cmp Att Cmp% Yds TD Int Lng Y/G Rate Sk GWD
1 Detroit Lions 94 135 69.6 1002 5 4 51 334.0 92.1 4 1
2 New York Giants 80 120 66.7 977 5 3 80 325.7 96.4 5 1
3 Baltimore Ravens 73 113 64.6 904 6 2 52 301.3 101.0 5 1
4 Cincinnati Bengals 66 96 68.8 873 7 3 73 291.0 111.5 12 1
5 New Orleans Saints 75 137 54.7 854 7 5 36 284.7 77.0 7
6 Pittsburgh Steelers 82 120 68.3 853 8 1 37 284.3 109.2 9
7 Oakland Raiders 80 128 62.5 851 5 2 64 283.7 89.3 4 1
8 Philadelphia Eagles 69 125 55.2 845 3 6 49 281.7 66.2 9 2
9 New England Patriots 79 118 66.9 844 4 1 59 281.3 97.0 7
10 Tennessee Titans 73 115 63.5 816 4 2 71 272.0 89.2 2 1
11 Carolina Panthers 56 86 65.1 802 2 5 66 267.3 80.8 6
12 Indianapolis Colts 65 122 53.3 800 5 4 41 266.7 75.4 5 1
13 Dallas Cowboys 70 108 64.8 796 4 3 49 265.3 89.3 7
14 Denver Broncos 69 115 60.0 774 5 3 71 258.0 85.6 8 1
15 Atlanta Falcons 77 107 72.0 765 8 1 31 255.0 114.0 4
16 Kansas City Chiefs 70 119 58.8 750 3 4 33 250.0 73.8 11 1
17 Houston Texans 63 96 65.6 733 5 1 60 244.3 102.4 3
18 Minnesota Vikings 68 97 70.1 696 4 0 29 232.0 104.9 6 1
19 New York Jets 50 99 50.5 695 5 3 66 231.7 78.3 3 1
20 Green Bay Packers 79 116 68.1 678 4 2 49 226.0 90.9 16
21 Washington Redskins 60 89 67.4 671 4 1 88 223.7 103.5 9
22 San Diego Chargers 69 103 67.0 658 4 3 46 219.3 86.5 6
23 Cleveland Browns 65 115 56.5 627 3 6 27 209.0 60.7 8
24 San Francisco 49ers 64 92 69.6 583 5 1 29 194.3 102.7 10
25 Miami Dolphins 54 102 52.9 581 1 4 41 193.7 58.3 4
26 Buffalo Bills 50 86 58.1 579 8 3 49 193.0 95.2 1
27 St. Louis Rams 61 95 64.2 575 4 3 56 191.7 85.4 12 1
28 Chicago Bears 49 93 52.7 559 3 6 42 186.3 58.6 11
29 Arizona Cardinals 52 87 59.8 543 4 1 37 181.0 90.1 5 2
30 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 41 80 51.3 447 4 3 41 149.0 71.4 6
31 Jacksonville Jaguars 42 81 51.9 442 4 0 80 147.3 87.0 6 1
32 Seattle Seahawks 43 75 57.3 383 4 1 41 127.7 86.2 6 1


Leaders and Stats - Rushing

Rk Tm Att Yds TD Lng Y/A Y/G Fmb
1 Kansas City Chiefs 102 575 3 91 5.6 191.7 6
2 Washington Redskins 106 542 6 29 5.1 180.7 6
3 Buffalo Bills 96 534 3 56 5.6 178.0 3
4 Miami Dolphins 105 527 6 65 5.0 175.7 4
5 Houston Texans 117 451 5 25 3.9 150.3 2
6 Seattle Seahawks 103 424 1 36 4.1 141.3 2
7 San Francisco 49ers 79 423 2 29 5.4 141.0 5
8 Philadelphia Eagles 92 405 2 22 4.4 135.0 8
9 Minnesota Vikings 96 364 3 23 3.8 121.3 7
10 Jacksonville Jaguars 80 363 1 59 4.5 121.0 6
11 Baltimore Ravens 70 354 4 43 5.1 118.0 3
12 New England Patriots 97 329 3 20 3.4 109.7 1
13 Chicago Bears 90 311 4 32 3.5 103.7 0
14 Detroit Lions 80 306 3 19 3.8 102.0 1
15 Cincinnati Bengals 81 302 2 19 3.7 100.7 3
16 New York Giants 73 301 4 33 4.1 100.3 3
17 San Diego Chargers 76 296 2 52 3.9 98.7 5
18 New York Jets 91 296 1 22 3.3 98.7 4
19 Carolina Panthers 74 289 4 40 3.9 96.3 5
20 St. Louis Rams 70 287 0 53 4.1 95.7 5
21 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 83 284 1 17 3.4 94.7 4
22 New Orleans Saints 56 278 2 48 5.0 92.7 2
23 Indianapolis Colts 74 271 1 19 3.7 90.3 2
24 Denver Broncos 75 271 3 31 3.6 90.3 3
25 Atlanta Falcons 77 270 3 25 3.5 90.0 2
26 Cleveland Browns 58 262 2 35 4.5 87.3 5
27 Arizona Cardinals 87 247 2 25 2.8 82.3 4
28 Green Bay Packers 63 235 1 28 3.7 78.3 5
29 Dallas Cowboys 65 230 1 48 3.5 76.7 6
30 Pittsburgh Steelers 74 195 1 13 2.6 65.0 5
31 Oakland Raiders 55 187 1 64 3.4 62.3 5
32 Tennessee Titans 45 117 0 31 2.6 39.0 3

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