Adult Star Alison Tyler Pens First Person Essay Wonder Woman vs Wonder Woman for Simply Sxy

Alison Tyler in Batman vs Superman XXX

A Unique Perspective on Female Empowerment from the Star of Batman vs Superman XXX: An Axel Braun Parody

LOS ANGELES, CA, USA, July 26, 2017 / — Tall, curvaceous adult star Alison Tyler has penned a first-person essay for sexual wellness website, comparing her portrayal of Wonder Woman in Batman vs. Superman XXX: An Axel Braun Parody, to Gal Gadot’s portrayal of the iconic superhero in the summer blockbuster movie, Wonder Woman.

“I was very excited when I heard there was a mainstream blockbuster Wonder Woman movie coming out, but I admit, I was disappointed when the news was released that Gal Gadot had been selected to play Wonder Woman,” wrote Alison. “The Princess of Amazons is supposed to be strong and bold and well, Amazonian, which means tall, voluptuous, curvy and all that good stuff.”

Alison recounts her own personal point of view in reviewing the highest-grossing movie this summer, not only as an adult entertainer and a fitness instructor, but also as a tall, awkward teenager in middle and high school.

“It wasn’t until I started getting into competitive in sports that I started to embrace my height, and once I started to embrace it, it became a feeling that was forever growing and evolving.,” wrote Alison.

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About Alison Tyler:

Born and raised in Los Angeles, Alison Tyler made a name for herself as a model in the highly controversial adult film industry while pursuing a business degree at a nearby college. As the curvaceous beauty took charge of her entertainment career and her education, Tyler sought out new adventures around the world. From humanitarian work to more personal journeys seeking a new perspective on life Tyler has backpacked and studied the culture of more than 15 countries. In the fall of 2013, after launching a successful individual website with the Puba Network, Tyler took an interest and dedicated herself to the world of fitness and health. Having an athletic background this seemed a natural fit. Shortly after, Tyler obtained a Personal Trainers certification as well as education in nutrition. She has now set her sights on completing yoga courses to obtain her teacher certification which will further enable her to test the boundaries of the general public perception of adult models by diving into new entrepreneurial enterprises within the fitness industry.

Alison Tyler continues her journey living in Southern California, expressing herself through her painting and yoga, traveling the world and strives daily to break down the barriers and change the views the general public has about the adult industry and the women within it.

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250 years ago, in 1767, Captain Samuel Wallis discovered Tahiti. (By Corinne RAYBAUD.)

TAHITI, POLYNESIA, July 26, 2017 / — Corinne RAYBAUD, Doctor of History at the University Paris X Nanterre and Doctor of law at the University Montesquieu Bordeaux IV has focused her research activities on the history of Tahiti, Easter island and the islands of the eastern Pacific ocean. Her specialities are Easter island between 1862 and 1888 and the development of the law in eastern Polynesia from 1767 to 1945. Corinne Raybaud lives in Tahiti.
Her first book published in 1996 is dedicated to Easter Island. Since 2008, she wrote books based on her universitary works on Easter Island and polynesian laws and the Oceanic French Establishments during WWI (1914-1918). She is the co-author of two biographies on John Brander and Dutrou Bornier two influent people during the 19th century in the Pacific. In 2011, she published a historical novel today known as Cornelia which relates the story of a great tahitian family from the 19th century to nowadays. In 2012 and 2013 she wrote short stories about women in Tahiti where she narrated their brave and moving lives.
Her last book named " Wallis discovered Tahiti, 250 years ago in 1767" relates the circumnavigation of Captain Samuel Wallis on the Dolphin, the discovery of Tahiti then called "Island of King George III" and the first meeting between European navigators and Tahitian people. She had the project to make small movies about the arrival of the first navigators.
Samuel Wallis (1728-1795). In 1766, Samuel Wallis who had already served under Commodore John Byron became at 38 years old the captain of the HMS Dolphin. On June 19, 1767, he discovered Tahiti. Wallis decided to name the island of Tahiti after the King George III, who ruled Britain at that moment. After discovering Tahiti and lots of other islands in the Pacific he came back to England in May 1768. Even though he is not as famous as French Captain Louis Antoine de Bougainville and English Captain James Cook, Wallis was the one who first discovered Tahiti. When he came back to England he gave precious information to James Cook before he traveled across the Pacific and some men of his crew even sailed with Cook.
In 1767, Captain Samuel Wallis discovered Tahiti and anchored in Matavai Bay in the north of the island. He called the island "The Island of King George III"
Nine months later, in 1768 French Captain Louis Antoine de Bougainville arrived in Tahiti but anchored on the East coast (Hitia'a) and thought that he was the first to discover the island, and named it: "The New Cythera"
In 1769, Captain James Cook disembarked in Matavai in the same place where Samuel Wallis anchored, because Wallis came back to England just before Cook left forTahiti. He called the island : O'Taheite.
These circumnavigations lasted two or three years. There were dangerous. Scurvy was a painful and mortal disease and after these trips, captains used more oranges, limes, cabbage to save their crews.
For three years, 2017-2018-2019 we will celebrate in Tahiti the arrival of these famous explorers : Samuel Wallis in 1767, Louis Antoine de Bougainville in 1768, James Cook in 1769.

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Talent INC Canada Acting Coach, Paul Barnes Nominated For Dora Mavor Moore Award

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Paul Barnes and the cast of Superdude and Doctor Rude are nominated for a Dora award for Outstanding Ensemble Performance for Theatre for Young Audiences.

Paul is one of our most in-demand coaches here at Talent INC Canada”

— Doug Sloan, Talent INC Canada

TORONTO, ON, CANADA, July 26, 2017 / — Paul Barnes, who is represented by Colin McMurray & Associates, is a graduate of the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art and the Second City Conservatory program. He is An actor, comedian, and a very talented puppeteer. Paul has spent four years as a key cast member of the Second City's Educational and Family Companies here in Toronto. He is also a principal cast member on the TVO/Jim Henson kid's show Hi Opie!, and performs with various improv and sketch troupes around Toronto such as Improv Against Humanity, DogScience, We Happy Few and Men with Mustaches. He is delighted that he gets to spend his adult working life playing with toys and making pretend.

His critically acclaimed show, Superdude and Doctor Rude, produced by the infamous Second City, was a huge hit for youth audiences and families from across the GTA. In fact, the cast was nominated for a prestigious Dora Mavor Moore award.

"Paul is one of our most in-demand coaches here at Talent INC Canada. He puts so much of himself into each and every class and more than capable to teach so much more than just Improvisation" asserts Doug Sloan, Co-Founder of Talent INC Canada.

We asked Mr. Barnes what he liked about teaching at Talent INC Canada and he boasted, "Working as an Improv instructor at Talent INC is a two-way teaching experience. Doug, John, and Kate have created a wonderful place for us all to learn. I see groups of such inspiring and creatively unique performers each and every time I am there. After I offer my guidance, experience, and encouragement, my real job is to get out of the way so that their own beautiful, hilarious voices can shout so loud that they surprise even themselves. Such is the nature of Improv. I am deeply proud of the quality of work that all of my Talent INC students have accomplished".

Paul has had great success with his classes covering Audition Technique, Improvisation, Commercial Technique, Scene Study and Monologue work. All of Talent INC Canada's classes culminate into a final performance at a local venue.

"We are really trying to give actors the opportunity to add to both their training and performance credits on their professional resumes", says John Stevens the other Co-Founder of Talent INC Canada.

Teen actor Spencer Douglas, who is represented by Colin McMurray & Associates has been a booking machine and raves about Paul's classes.

"Improv is one of the most important tools an actor can have, and when it comes to Paul Barnes, he makes reaching that level of expertise exceptionally easy. I'm extremely happy that I've taken his classes and I'm going to continue training with him for as long as I can", exclaims Spencer.

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Creative Startups Calls for Applicants to Compete for $190,000 in Prizes at Creative Business Cup

Creative Industry Pitch Competition for Global Investment

We’re looking for rock star creatives to apply for Team USA immediately.”

— Alice Loy

ALBUQUERQUE, NM, US, July 25, 2017 / — As powerful forces try to drive the US into isolation and antiquated businesses, Creative Startups, the leading accelerator for the Creative Economy, is fighting back: All US based startups in the creative industries, who have raised less than $1 million and with a founder over the age of 18 who holds a valid passport, are invited to apply to Team USA to compete in the global Creative Business Cup.

Founded in 2010, the “United Nations of Creative Entrepreneurs” is a global competition taking the winners from over 60 different countries and bringing them to Copenhagen for the marquee premier pitching event. Past judges include founders of Angry Birds, Stylus, and Middle Eastern royalty.

ONE TEAM MEMBER from the winning USA finalist’s team will receive:
• An all-expense paid trip to Copenhagen including round-trip airfare, hotel, meals, and CBC events, valued at $3,000 Nov 15-17, 2017
• $500 USD in cash for travel expenses
• $2,500 USD in consulting services including legal and accounting
• Expert coaching on investor pitching
• Access to global investors
• A chance to win $190,000 USD worth of prizes

Explains CEO and Co-founder of USA host, Creative Startups, Alice Loy: “For the first time in history the creative industries in the US are falling behind China, Australia, the UK, and others. We need to prove to the world that our creative entrepreneurs are still top contenders. We’re looking for rock star creatives with a large market potential business concept to apply for Team USA immediately.”

Five startups will be chosen as finalists for the USA competition. ONE TEAM MEMBER of each USA company will be flown (domestic airfare, hotel, and meals included) to Albuquerque, NM for a two-day business and pitch coaching intensive Sept 14-15, 2017. The mentors and judges will be selected from the 90+ world-class mentors who work with the Creative Startups Accelerators. The winner will go on to represent the USA in Copenhagen.

Applications are free, deadline is Aug 13, 2017. Go to: to apply.

About Creative Startups: Since 2014, this nonprofit accelerator has hosted 41 startups that have gone on to raise $9 million in private investment and generate $11 million in new revenues. Most impressively, 90% of their alumni companies are still going strong. Funded by the National Science Foundation and the Kauffman Foundation, Creative Startups has crafted a rigorous 8-week online business accelerator course designed by current and former Stanford educators. The Accelerator also provides a week-long Deep Dive, 90+ world-class mentors, access to angel and venture investors, and a pitch competition where the top three startups split a pool of $50,000 in seed-stage investment.

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PARIS, FRANCE, July 21, 2017 / — In August 20017 new album by Daniel Roure


12 titles. from old french hits,(Trenet,Jean Sablon,Blossom Dearie,Eartha Kitt,Brel,Gainsbourg….)

Arrangements:Vocal, Jazzy and Lounge for smooth evenings of summer.!

With Christophe Le Van Bass/Philippe Le Van Drums/ Thomas Roure Sax Alto/Daniel Roure Vocal/Piano.

Daniel Roure for the love of "vintage France" Music and Jazz.

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Hewes Pictures LLC Acquires Much Sought-After Film “Hockey, Love and Superstitious Antics”

The "Film for a Cause" Scores Big in it's First Festival Appearance

LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES, July 19, 2017 / — The film “Hockey, Love and Superstitious Antics”, which generated an overwhelming response from the Palm Springs International Shorts Fest marketplace, has been acquired by Hewes Pictures LLC. The romantic comedy is written and directed by Cody Stauber, shot by Cinematographer Steve Foran of Hazel House Films and stars Stephen Rollins.

Hockey, Love and Superstitious Antics (HLSA) is the story of an overweight and insecure hockey fan with superstitious tendencies who finds himself urgently in need of a plus-one for a big work event. To help him out, his best friends set him up on a series of terrible dates in a hilarious search for Miss Right.

The film stars Stephen Rollins who returns to his acting roots after working behind the camera as a producer and director. "Stephen brought that aloof, nice guy charm I was hoping for. His facial expressions are hilarious," Stauber said.

The film also serves a special purpose. Teaming up with the National Foundation for Military Family Support, a 501 (c)3 charity that provides emergency support to military vets and families in need, the film was chosen to launch its “Hollywood for Heroes” program. This program teams up with Hollywood productions to provide on-the-job production experience for vets. If vets wish to pursue employment in film production, the Foundation will provide a scholarship for film school.

“I am extremely excited for the response that the film has garnered. It was so much fun to shoot, and for a good cause.” said Stephen Rollins. “I’m grateful to the National Hockey League and the LA Kings organization for their help and support in making the film.”

The early success of “Hockey, Love and Superstitious Antics” has now led to multiple upcoming productions with this team and Stephen Rollins starring. HLSA is set to make its premiere in August.

Follow the National Foundation for Military Family Support Services on social media Facebook at and Twitter at NFMFS website to find out about all their services. NFMFS has established programs designed to meet specific urgent needs for our service men and women, as well as their families.

'Hazel House Films' was created by Cody Stauber in Metro Detroit with cinematographer Steve Foran. Stauber earned his bachelor's degree in Broadcast and Cinematic Arts from Central Michigan University. Visit their website on and follow on Social media Twitter @HazelHouseFilms and Facebook

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Australian Actor Artin John to star in upcoming Death Note Netflix blockbuster.

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One of Australia's hottest new acting exports Artin John is set to star in Death Note, and prepares for two major upcoming lead roles.

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, USA, July 19, 2017 / — With just over a month left till Netflix releases it's highly anticipated Death Note US Adaptation to millions of viewers around the world; it's been confirmed that one of Australia's youngest most respected character actors Artin John, will be seen in the critical role of Anthony Skomal. Details of the role have been kept under wraps till now because of secrecy, John stating "while we can't reveal too much, the role certainly holds gravitas and is key to the Death Note Story". An inside source has confirmed that the studio didn't have the easiest time casting this role, "the studio required an extremely unique actor with a chameleon-like ability, and a heavy set of acting chops, to pull off the part successfully; which is why they ended up offering the part to John". There has been much speculation regarding the Manga adaptation, with John adding "I know there is a lot of hype, but I really think the fans will love what we have; and you can't go wrong with Willem Dafoe as Ryuk". Netflix has over 60 million subscribers from over 40 counties, so the release of Death Note, will be on of the largest cinematic releases of all time; John's involvement playing a key part in this.

John joins the Death Note action, starring alongside Hollywood A-List talent, Nat Wolff (The Fault in our stars), Keith Stanfield (Get Out), Margaret Qualley (The Leftovers), and Willem Dafoe (Spider-Man, Finding Nemo, Platoon); the film is directed by Adam Wingard (Godzilla vs Kong, Blair Witch), and is set to be released on August 25th. John states "this was one of the coolest experiences I've ever had on set, my character Skomal was a real thrill, and our second unit team led by Jason Eisener (Hobo with a Shotgun) was incredible. Jason really let us play".

One of Australia's highest regarded newspapers The Sunday Morning Herald, once called the 22 year old Bondi Sydney boy, "one of Australias most in demand, underrated actors", now aged 24, John has become one of Down Under's top thespian exports. Those in the industry who have worked with John have likened him to a young Pacino, De Niro, and Hoffman, with all the makings of a great character actor. John has accomplished notable success rather early in his career, having landed prominent roles on shows such as The X Files; where his critically acclaimed masterful portrayal of the lead role Shiraz, carried the episode Babylon, in front of a worldwide audience of tens of millions, a grand achievement in itself. The X Files Creator Chris Carter, and co-producer Gabe Rotter, were very pleased with John's performance, and the expert manner in which he handled such a delicate subject-matter; his work responsible for Babylon's critical and commercial success. John has also starred in shows such as iZombie, where he played Patrick Edward. iZombie director Michael Fields (Law & Order SVU) calling John "a very natural and subtle actor", encouraging members of CW's hit zombie dramedy crew to "keep their eye on this rising star". Fans will also recognize John from his comical genius on CW's Emily Owens M.D. as Intern Dr. Brian Matson, opposite Mamie Gummer. John was the youngest actor on the show to play a doctor at age 19; a Hollywood record, and mega distinguished achievement.

John is currently prepping for his lead roles on upcoming major motion pictures "Eleven Days of Hell", and "Druuna: Morbus Gravis", both directed by Hollywood VFX veteran, Marco Checa Garcia (Emmy win Game of Thrones, Oscar Nomination Iron Man 3, District 9, Captain America, Life of Pi), who is flying the flag for highly esteemed production company 2br02b productions. 2br02b productions is best known for the multi-award winning movie "to be or or naught to be", based on the famous short story by the great Kurt Vonnegut; which has been given the nod for an Oscar Nomination for Best Live Action Short at the 2018 Academy Awards, after having screened at two Academy Award Qualifying Festivals. To be or naught to be stars William B. Davis (The X Files Smoking Man, Artin John, Melissa Roxburgh (Star Trek Beyond, Valor) and Mackenzie Grey (Legion FX, Man of Steal). To be or Naught To Be was sound designed by BAFTA winning sound designer Martin Cantwell (Casino Royale, Kingsman Secret Service, Harry Potter). 2BR02B has turned into one of Hollywoods newest most esteemed companies.

Eleven Days,will be an epic bio-pic, based on the best selling autobiography by Yvonne Bornstein. It tells the story of the historic rescue of a husband and wife by the KGB and The FBI, marking the first time that the Russians and Americans were forced to partner up since the second world war. Bornstein is set to produce the project, which will ensure the success of the book be transferred to the movie. Checa Garcia explains "Eleven Days Of Hell is going to be one of the top films of the decade".

Druuna: Morbus Gravis, is set to be a great dystopian sci-fi cinematic experience, based on the famous Italian comics by mastermind author and artist Paolo Eleuteri Serpieri. Just like his "Eleven Days" project, Checa Garcia will be consulting with the original author throughout production, to ensure the success of the comics be conveyable to his movie. Director Checa Garcia calls the story "dark, intense, amazing", and goes on to praise John "there is a reason why I choose to work with this amazing actor time and time again; his talent and skill are a powerful force to be reckoned with". The synopsis is of a young girl who struggles to survive in a post-apocalyptic city where a terrible disease is threatening to annihilate all human beings. John is set to star in both of these features alongside Hollywood A-List talent.

John is represented by Luber Roklin Entertainment (Los Angeles) and McMahon Management (Melbourne Australia).

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Celebrate a week of love, peace and healing through Cinema.

Awards Night

The 2017 Love International Film Festival  (LIFF) supports the Lotus Light Children's Charity July 18th – 22nd in Beverly Hills, California.

BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, July 18, 2017 / — Beverly Hills California, 2017 Love International Film Festival (LIFF) will promote a week of love, peace and healing through the art of cinema from July 18th – 22nd. Proceeds benefit the Lotus Light Children's Charity (TLLCC).

International filmmakers sharing the fundamental message of Love will screen films from over 12 countries. Tickets are available at Eventbrite or the iconic Laemmle Music Hall 3 in Beverly Hills July 18th – 20th. Panel discussions with film industry leaders will take place on July 21st at The Flame Restaurant in Santa Monica.

A Gala Award Night, Red Carpet and Private After Party at the Saban Theatre will cap off the festival. Celebrity presenters include Claudia Wells, Danny Arroyo, Michael Montgomery and Mary Pat Gleason.

Ata Servati, a spiritual prize-winning poet/writer/actor/director and filmmaker, co-founded the festival to create a league of proactive, educated individuals empowered with resources necessary to reach out to impoverished children worldwide. Through the healing and self-expressive nature of Cinema, we hope to provide a positive outlook to solve problems through a peaceful loving alternative to war and violence.

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Musgrove Music Distribution Presents Gospel/Christian Recording Artist Nell McGhee And Her Debut Album "He's Marvelous"

Nell McGhee is the newest member of the Musgrove Music Distribution family. Her debut album “He’s Marvelous” is available on iTunes and most digital sites.

Musgrove Music Distribution is the solution for the independent Gospel Music Artist and/or up-and-coming record label seeking a platform to be heard in the Gospel Music Industry.

Nell McGhee is a sixteen-year cancer survivor and an advocate for sarcoidosis awareness. She encourages all to maintain annual health screenings and live a healthy and God-centered lifestyle.

Nell McGhee challenges listeners to show more love, and her breakout lead single "My Hero" is a song of triumph that promises to encourage and inspire!

MIAMI, FL, UNITED STATES, July 18, 2017 / — Nell McGhee is the newest member of the Musgrove Music Distribution family, and her debut album “He’s Marvelous” is a welcome addition to the Musgrove artist lineup. Click I WANT MY COPY NOW! to be re-routed to the page where you can purchase your copy today.

“He’s Marvelous” is Nell’s challenge to the world to reassess their current relationship with God and to love more. The first track on the CD, “Show Love God’s Way” relays this very sentiment. The title track “He’s Marvelous” recants the immensity God in all His greatness. The song “My Hero” shows great promise to be a classic as Nell speaks of Jesus, who has been more of a hero to her than any of the character renderings presented by Hollywood and/or comic book artists and writers.

“This album is nothing short of amazing,” says Daniel Musgrove of Musgrove Music Distribution. “Nell McGhee has the uncanny ability to draw in listeners from all conventional target audiences. Her music addresses a Christian worldview that we don’t see enough of in Gospel music. Many people will be blessed by this CD.” Musgrove feels that there’s an overabundance of great gospel/Christian music being created that would never achieve maximum public impact without sufficient support. MMD provides music publishing services; multi-media development; marketing campaigns; promotions; booking and management; video production; and other services that prove invaluable to individual artists and/or up-and-coming record labels.

Nell McGhee is a native of Miami, and she grew up in a God-fearing home. Nell’s father was a member of a Gospel quartet group, and her mother was a Vocal Jazz enthusiast who could be heard singing Jazz standards she listened to on her record player at home. Nell began singing at age 13, which was also around the time that she gave her life to Christ. As many do, she strayed away from the faith as she grew older, but it wasn’t long before she returned to her faith-based roots during her young adult life. Nell will tell you in a heartbeat that she’s sold out to Jesus and there’s no such thing as turning back.

Nell’s musical influences span the gamut of Gospel music and Jazz, which can be attributed to her particular vocal style. She lists in her favorites such artists as The Williams Brothers, Mississippi Mass Choir, Helen Baylor, Smokie Norful, Chicago Mass Choir, Marvin Sapp, Tonéx, and Karen Clark Sheard to name a few. But she also lists Al Jarreau, Nancy Wilson, Sarah Vaughn, Ella Fitzgerald, and Anita Baker as musical influences. She appreciates quality music, and it is her hope that people will receive her unique blend of past and present that she brings to the table.

When asked what motivated her to begin a singing career, Nell responded with her personal testimony. In 2000, she was diagnosed with cancer and had to have surgery to have it removed from her body, as well as endure reconstructive breast surgery. She is extremely grateful to God that it was detected early enough to be treated. She has been cancer free for over sixteen years. It was after her bout with cancer that she says the songs inside her began to flow.

“It made me re-evaluate my life and the way I viewed the world around me,” says Nell. “God says ‘If there is no love, you don’t know me.’ I looked at myself and realized that I needed to show more love to others. I thought of so many people in church that say they love you, but their actions don’t line up with their words. I think that God wants more unity in the body of Christ, and I believe the church in general should make itself more available to people for assistance, outreach, and community involvement. I wanted to reach as many as I could, so I started to write songs from the messages I heard in my heart.”

And her messages are very clear in the recording. Nell wrote all the songs on the album. And with the distinctive music production by Daniel Musgrove himself, the recording gives a strong “one-two punch” offering a message of clarity under-girded by musical quality.

Nell has done studio work with local artists in the Miami area, and has shared the stage with national recording artists such as Michael English and Gloria Larson. She will appear on Impact TV’s “Bobby Jones Gospel Presents” on August 20th, which boasts a viewing audience of over 20 million. It is Nell’s hope that her music will be embraced the world over, and that people respond to her message.

Nell McGhee leads a very active life of service beyond music. She is actively involved in prison ministry, and she also works with the Angel Tree Ministry, which provides Christmas presents to children whose parents are incarcerated. She is involved with People Helping People, which allows her to encourage and minister to the homeless with themes of hope and restoration.

Nell is also an advocate for sarcoidosis awareness. Sarcoidosis is an inflammatory disease that affect the lungs, lymph glands, and other organs of the body. Nell intends to donate part of the proceeds from the recording to sarcoidosis research, and she has created a Facebook page designed to create greater public awareness and understanding of this disease (enter this IP address in your search engine to learn more:

When asked what she would like to say to those who encounter her for the first time, Nell said: “Don’t die and not do what God has given you to do. Remember that when God forgives you, you are truly forgiven— He forgave you, so you must work to forgive yourself. Don’t beat yourself up by doubting your relationship with Him. God loves you with no conditions.”

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Tin Ceilings from The Tinman Have Gone Hollywood

The design gives this saloon the old rustic look

Beautiful Art Deco Ceiling would even excite the Great Gatsby

The design used in this seating area is fit for a king or a queen

Chelsea Decorative Metal Company has been supplying tin ceilings to Hollywood and TV production companies for their period pieces and for decorating their sets.

Since we manufacture, the material is always in stock, and ready for immediate shipping for those rush shots.”

— Glenn "The Tinman" Eldridge

HOUSTON, TEXAS, USA, July 18, 2017 / — Chelsea Decorative Metal Company, also known as The Tinman is a family owned business that was established in New York City, but moved to Houston, Texas in the late 70s. Glenn "The Tinman" Eldridge, remembers the first time his company supplied a movie set. It was for the film, "Between the Lines" with Jeff Goldblum and was about a newspaper like "The Village Voice." At that time the tin ceiling was used in the building that was publishing the newspaper, giving it the authenticity of an old printing house.

More recently Glenn has supplied the metal ceilings for the movies "Barber Shop" and "Barber Shop 2" and remembers the actual tin ceilings in the barber shops in the Bronx where he grew up. The ceilings have helped the movie industry so that they can make up sets right in the studios. He is getting the word out by taking out ads in various Hollywood, theater and movie magazines, but the website has helped the most with the unique site being Both representing his product and being a Hollywood icon name. Glenn hopes the film industry will be open to building more of their own sets to include the metal sheets, depicting the various times through out history. Most people remember tin ceilings in their homes and in stores such as drug stores, ice cream parlors, hardware stores, etc. So using the original designs that Chelsea manufactures can surely work as a background to the story without being overly noticeable and yet setting the scene.

Through the years designs were added to the tin ceiling line ranging from Americana and Turn of the Century, to Art Deco and Victorian styles. Glenn has supplied horror movies that were filmed in houses with the tin ceilings like "Dreamcatcher" and "Skeleton Key" both written by Stephen King, but he is hoping that instead of looking for building of old, production companies can create them within a studio setting. The most memorable movie he furnished metal too was "Trespass" where the treasure itself was actually hidden in the ceiling. In many movies they can be seen on the walls in the hallways of apartment building such as in "The Godfather 2" when De Niro shoots Don Fanucci.

In the first "Spiderman" you can see him holding on to the tin ceiling as he is hiding above his enemy. In "Coyote Ugly" you can see the tin ceilings above the heads of the waitresses dancing on the bar. In the updated version of "True Grit" you can see it in the room where Matt Damon is talking to the girl. It's there for the atmosphere and one doesn't give it a second thought except for The Tinman who also remembers his ceilings in "Jonah Hex," King Kong," "Angel Heart," etc.

Television is not immune. Chelsea has supplied metal for the remodeling shows on television like "Monster House", "Trick My Truck" and "Man Cave". You can also see them used on shows like "The 70's Show," "Lonesome Dove," "Glee" and most recent "The Goldbergs," and "CSI New Orleans."

The decorative sheet are 2' x 4' making them easy to install. Glenn says, "Since we manufacture, the material is always in stock, and ready for immediate shipping for those rush shots." The pattern come in 3", 6", 12" and 24" repeat patterns on the 2' x 4' sheets. Now available in a copper finish and even a hand painted faux finish that adds elegance to the already decorative designs. The material is actual tin plated steel, but can be painted directly to with an oil-based paint.

Hollywood has really taking a liking for tin ceilings; they're lightweight, easy to install and very nostalgic. These attractive designs are readily accessible through Chelsea, Also available are cornices (like a crown molding), fillers, molded fillers and even a medallion.
You may take notice next time you see the tin ceilings in a movie. The designs from Chelsea are original so even you won't be sure whether they are old or new but who cares? The set designers do.

Chelsea Decorative Metal Company
8212 Braewick
Houston, Texas 77074
P – 713 721 9200
F – 713 776 8661

glenn eldridge
chelsea decorative metal company
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Source: EIN Presswire