LOS ANGELES : Godzilla celebrated his 50th birthday on Monday by breathing fire on Tinseltown, as the Japanese movie monster was awarded his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Screams went up on Los Angeles’ Hollywood Boulevard as the slick black sea creature turned out to see himself immortalised on its famous pavement along with the likes of movie royalty Marilyn Monroe and Greta Garbo.
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Now that the Kia Sedona and Hyundai Santa Fe have been joined for 2005 by the Reno, from the American Suzuki Motor Corporation, and the Tucson, also from Hyundai, how long will it be before other automakers pay similar tributes to Western towns like Helper, Utah; Jackpot, Nev.; Carefree, Ariz.; Arriba, Colo.; Bountiful, Utah; and Bar Nunn, Wyo.?
TOKYO, JAPAN: This handout picture released from Shochiku shows Japanese actress Mao Daichi, wearing a richly-embroidered dress, performing as French tragic Queen Marie Antoinette at a Tokyo theater. Japan’s love of Marie Antoinette is notable compared to other countries. Japanese audiences are attracted to her dramatic and tragic life.