Friday, January 6, 2012

Big Bang! Catch the Trends of 2012

Friday, January 6, 2012
New Year, New things to look for!
Enough of end-of-the-world talk right now because Online Ink brings you the complete scoop for what’s in store for us this 2012. From the latest trends of fashion, gadgets and film productions that will invade the big screen, we’ve got it compiled for you.

SPOTLIGHT at the Fashion Scene

(Striking Local and International Vogue for 2012)

It becomes a practice to the most of the people to try something new, vibrant and fresh as we bid goodbye to the previous year and embraces the new year. This parting time voluntarily instructs people to withdraw from the old-picture to a brand new, complete-total package transformation of oneself. From head to toe, other people subjected to an absolute change that they wanted for them to become a much better person –inside and out.

This “metamorphosis” process incorporates one’s change in her/his mode of choosing and dressing clothes, shoes, accessories, make-up and hair styles.

Local Trends

In the Philippines, it was concluded that 80s inspired image was finally out.  
The upcoming Olympic Summer Games in London also influenced the trend as it inspired the fashion with the sports wear. 
- Polka dots before and after the new year, and aqua trend before the summer hits will be in full bloom. 
-         -  For the summer fashion, blue-green,turquoise and white will outshine as well as the shell-inspired and natural fiber accessories. 

-          - For hairstyles for men, a little longer hair might be in tuned for every occasion and for women, straight hair will be the most likely styles. 

Less money, more ingenuity! -"A fashionista"

Everyone looks for a change, everybody wants something new. As the year of the water dragon crosses the threshold, it signals the fashionistas and other women to look what dress should be wear and what accessories and make-up should apply. These aspects will surely boost women’s sense of worth and will catch the eyes of the people around them.

To be stunning and gorgeous, no need to make a lady’s wallet cry, just bring out creativity, resourcefulness and determination to be beautiful, just like this young beauty queen who delineates the real meaning of being a fashionista.

Definitely not a model, but a certified fashionista, a fashionista who just flaunts who really she is. New Year doesn’t mean there’s a need to change everything, New Year comes for improvement, for the better. Fashion trends need to be considered not to encourage every woman to buy new clothes, new accessories and to be “in” but it is indeed a factor that will motivate a woman to keep herself fresh, well-groomed and can proudly walk in the aisle as she says, “I am who I am”.  

2012—Techies Exciting Voyage 
“Talking about gadgets, tongue will only grasp excitement and thrill"

Gadgets signifies two important aspects of a modern man. It varies on luxury and on need. Luxury is commonly defined for those fortunate people. Their dozens of hightech gadgets just serves as accessories, which they do not even spare time to browse one by one.
Perfectly opposite to those man having gadgets due to need. Most of them are working abroad, far from their family. They utilizes these products of technology to feel the presence of their love ones.

Likewise, in the case of the  business men. To monitor the growth, development and even financial status of their companies, gadgets dole out as bridge to confine assurance in their part despite of not being a watchdog.

And completing on the list are the students, professors and other professionals. Because of the innovations technology, school projects, requirements and even assignments became easier to accomplish.

Laptops, cameras, LCD projectors, cell phones, iphones, tablets and all other inventions were undeniably taking part in the learning. Using these allows educators to exercise new teaching style, which is more comprehensive from the traditional way.

The boom of technological advancement also aid the need  of the professionals. Most especially those of the media. Technology simply made their lives easy, information can transmit through cell phones, satellites and microwaves. These tolerates them to work comfortably in their office while happenings are still on scene.

Generally, gadgets are extreme creations of man. Mlountains and sees cannot be considered bounderies to communicate with other people. Through gadgets, the belief of having small world is bearably proven. Because everything can be seen, touch and feel by just handing a piece of innovation.

As  the earth ages, technology also levels up. All can be press by buttons and are  automatic. Technology mounts up development, excitement and comfort. Facing the 2012 will surely be a milestone for technological advancement. 

Gaze on the 2012 Gadgets. . . .

Apple ipad3

It has A5 Processor squad- core ARM Cortex A-9 design, with high definition screen, and has resolution of 960x640. It also has a LED flash support camera, chips and SD card slot.
 Apple iphone 5

It has S/W and H/W upgrades, itune cloud integration, iOS 5, with flash camera (8MP device 3264x2448 pixel), retina display, more internal memory, also with mobile payment services and two Internal antennas.
Apple Macbook Pro

With display resolution of 2880x1800
 Samsung flip-screen MV800 Compact Camera
With 16.1 Megapixel resolution and 5x optical zoom. Contains “magic frame” which provides 12 present background templates. Also have 3.0” Flip-Out display and adjustable LCD (from 0-180 degrees)

PX 680 color material Polaroid cameras and SX-70 models with an ND filter
Comic Films invades 2012

Looks like people are going to a total gaga about stuffs like end of the world and other predictions for this year. No wonder that predictive movies like the 2009 Sci-fi Movie 2012 starts to heat up on screens.
But enough of devastating waters and collision talks and other stuffs like that. Let’s take a look on some of the big movies in pre-production right now. In short, 2012 will be the biggest year for comic book movies and the number of exciting titles easily blows this year out of the water. Here are the biggest and best movies of 2012, so far.

The Dark Knight Rises
Starring: Christian Bale, Tom Hardy, Anne Hathaway, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Gary Oldman
Director: Christopher Nolan
Release Date: 20 July 2012
This year top selling movie returns, only with a different name – “The Dark Night”. There’s nothing bold about the title here. That aside, this is easily 2012′s movie grail, the film that is going to dominate coverage. The plot is still largely unknown but according to sources Hardy has been cast as Bane (see above), and Hathaway is Cat woman. This movie was made the final chapter of the Batman series as said by Director Christopher Nolan.

  The Amazing Spider-Man
Starring: Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Rhys Ifans, Irrfan Khan, Martin Sheen
Director: Marc Webb
Release Date: 4 July 2012
New casts for the webby spiderman!
27-year-old Andrew Garfield (The Social Network) is the new Peter Parker and Mary Jane is replaced by Gwen Stacey (Emma Stone). This time Spider-Man has to face down against the Lizard (Ifans) and the “Proto-Goblin,” (Khan) a test subject of Norman Osborn’s experimentations. Martin Sheen is Uncle Ben, who presumably has to be shot dead again. The director of 500 Days Of Summer takes over from trilogy director Sam Raimi. They’re also going for a much lower budget, so expect more character work, less morphing sand.

 The Great Gatsby
Strarring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Carey Mulligan, Tobey Maguire, Joel Edgerton, Isla Fisher
Director: Baz Luhrmann
Out: 25th December 2012
Remake of the Robert Redford-starrer, which was an adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s romantic-drama. On Long Island, Midwesterner Nick (Maguire) is lured into the lavish world of his neighbour, Jay Gatsby (DiCaprio), a young, mysterious millionaire with shady business connections and an obsessive love for Daisy Buchanan (Mulligan). Nick soon begins to see through the cracks of Gatsby’s nouveau riche existence, where obsession, madness, and tragedy await. The movie’s timely theme criticizes the irresponsible lifestyles of certain wealthy people. Baz Luhrmann, director of Moulin Rouge and Australia, is well suited to the grand material, and DiCaprio rarely disappoints.

Snow White And The Huntsman
Starring: Kristen Stewart, Chris Hemsworth, Charlize Theron, Ian McShane
Director: Rupert Sanders
Out: 1st June 2012

This reimagining sees the Huntsman (Hemsworth) ordered to take Snow White (Stewart) into the woods to be killed but instead winding up becoming her protector and mentor in a quest to vanquish the Evil Queen (Theron). The dwarves are a who’s who of British acting talent – Ian McShane, Bob Hoskins, Toby Jones, Eddie Marsan, Stephen Graham, Eddie Izzard, Ray Winstone, Nick Frost – and yes there are eight, which means one gets killed probably. Tonally, this is a dark fantasy adventure movie. There’s another Snow White movie out in March called Mirror Mirror, which is a ghastly-looking kids’ version. This actually has an excellent trailer and may well surprise the doubters. Part of a planned trilogy.

Men In Black III
Starring: Will Smith, Tommy Lee Jones, Josh Brolin, Rip Torn, Emma Thompson, Alec Baldwin
Director: Barry Sonnenfeld
Out: 25th May 2012

Now, the terrible duo returns!
Now this seems like flogging a dead horse, but hopefully the concept should still bring us some inventive and wild storytelling. Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones are back, as is director Sonnenfeld. This one’s a 3D time travel plot with Agent J (Smith) having to go back to the 60s to visit, and protect, a younger Agent K (Brolin playing Jones

Titanic 3D
Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet, Billy Zane
Director: James Cameron
Out: 6th April 2012

Relieve the moments that we shed tears for these top grossing film ever made (until Avatar returns). This time Titanic goes 3D that James Cameron has been dreaming about. Let’s see how will world audiences respond to this second time round?

Django Unchained
Starring: Jamie Foxx, Leonardo DiCaprio, Christoph Waltz, Samuel L. Jackson, Kerry Washington
Director: Quentin Tarantino
Out: 25th December 2012
Spaghetti western set in America’s Deep South, which Tarantino calls “a southern”. The plot follows a slave-turned-bounty hunter (Foxx) who, with the help of his German mentor (Waltz), sets out to rescue his wife (Washington) from a brutal Mississippi plantation owner (DiCaprio). A plantation owner who forces his slaves to fight in twisted death matches. The fantastic cast also includes Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Sacha Baron Cohen, Kurt Russell, Don Johnson, James Remar, Anthony LaPaglia, RZA and Tom Savini. It will be very interesting to see DiCaprio in a villain role, especially such a nasty one.


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