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Has true loyalty been left in the past…!

Dimension Films has acquired the remake rights to An American Werewolf in London, John Landis’ groundbreaking horror-comedy from 1981. Over the last few years remake after remake have hit our screens from ‘Charlie and the chocolate factory’, ‘Get Carter’ to ‘King Kong’ to name a few. It’s become very noticeable how the film industry has

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Cirkle  •  30th Jun 09

Michael Jackson – A True Legend

On Thursday 25th June at 2.36pm US local time, reports began to flood through that Michael Jackson, King of Pop had died of a suspected heart attack, at the age of 50, in Los Angeles’ UCLA Medical Centre. Whilst tearful fans gathered outside the hospital, news spread fast as the whole world came to a

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Cirkle  •  29th Jun 09

Nostalgic foods drive comfortable profits

According to the latest Future Laboratory research; “meals like mum used to make and foods with nostalgic connotations are continuing to prosper in the recession as consumers turn to familiar comfort food in times of economic chaos. School dinner classics are back on the menu in homes across the country.Sales of arctic rolls are expected

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It’s official…we all love a good pampering session

We, the Cirkle body+soul team, commissioned a survey into Life’s Little Pleasures on behalf of our face masque client, Montagne Jeunesse, with some very interesting results. Fittingly, pampering scored highly in the poll with a soak in the bath coming out as our top pampering pleasure, followed closely by a massage from our partner and

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Cirkle  •  26th Jun 09

Help find the missing “rose boy” (sponsored by Kodak)

Megan Fox, star of the Transformers sequel has helped Kodak peak in the headlines this week. A young lovestruck teenager, dubbed ‘Rose boy’ presented Megan Fox with a single rose at the premier of her new film this week but was stubbed by Fox for his efforts and dismissed back into the crowds. In a

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Cirkle  •  25th Jun 09

Swine Flu: Has Media Hype Undermined a Serious Problem?

Swine flu has been the big story in the media over the last couple of months. As the H1N1 virus spreads throughout the world it continues to touch more and more people’s lives, and there are grave predictions about how cases will increase in the Autumn once normal flu season kicks in. Chief Medical Officer

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You Cannot Be Serious…

So, it’s that time of year again. Yesterday was the opening day of Wimbledon, Roger Federer steam-rollered his way to his normal 3-0 win and, with last year’s champion Rafael Nadal not fit, it looks like he’ll probably win his sixth title (Andy Murray permitting) and a record-breaking 15th Grand Slam. But what of the

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Cirkle  •  23rd Jun 09

Cirkle race ahead with good intentions!

Cirkle have taken on a new challenge for 2009, a relay Triathlon. Caroline Kinsey (Company MD), Brooke Howard (Account Manager) and I will take on the swim, run and bike challenge at the Olympic site at Dorney Lake in Windsor on the 10th of July. We will be raising money for CLIC Sargent (Caring for

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Bring Back The Old…

In recent weeks, many of you will have noticed your television screens being adorned with adverts of old… Remember the Milky Bar Kid who’s strong and tough, and only the best is good enough? Or let me remind you of the 1986 Persil advert with the skinhead who can’t quite comprehend how to wash his

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Cirkle  •  22nd Jun 09