The German Premiere of We’re the Millers (de: Wir sind die Millers) took place today in Berlin and the Sony Center was filled with people while Jennifer Aniston, Will Poulter and director Rawson Marshall Thurber walked the carpet.
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The Molecule Man is a sculpture, designed by the American artist Jonathan Borofsky. The thirty meters high metal sculpture stands between the Oberbaum- and the Elsen Bridge and was placed there in 1999.
The holes, which cover the three bodies are described as “the molecules of all human beings coming together to create our existence”.
The Lone Ranger, once a character in a US radio show back in 1933, now a hero on the big screen. The movie, directed by Gore Verbinski, celebrated its German Premiere in Berlin.
The Lone Ranger himself, Armie Hammer, together with Johnny Depp, Ruth Wilson, Gore Verbinski and producer Jerry Bruckheimer walked the carpet on Friday, July 19th 2013, celebrated by many screaming fans.
A mountain in the middle of Berlin. Mount Mitte is a high ropes course at Berlin’s Beach Area in the borough of Mitte. The 15 meters high steel construction is packed with various challenges to master.
Get your climbing gear and choose between six different routes on 3 levels of difficulty, of course with a short but detailed introduction class.
The President of the United States, Barack Obama, together with his wife, Michelle and his two girls Sasha and Malia visited Berlin on Wednesday June 19th 2013.
During their stay, the Family stayed at Berlin’s luxury hotel, the Ritz-Carlton and while President Obama was meeting Chancellor Angela Merkel and the President of Germany, Joachim Gauck, his wife and the kids visited different historical locations like the Holocast Memorial or the Checkpoint Charlie.
Their famous plane, the Air Force One, was parked at the military part of the Berlin Tegel Airport, visible for everyone through the windows of Terminal C.
After a short interview, he went straight to his car to get ready for the big KISS live concert, to celebrate their 40th anniversary at the Waldbuehne Berlin, their only concert in Germany.
World War Z, the apocalyptic horror movie directed by Marc Forster and written by Matthew Michael Carnahan celebrated its German-Premiere today in Berlin.
The Movie tells the story of a zombie pandemic, which spreads across the globe, threatening to destroy humanity itself.
Brad Pitt, of course together with Angelina Jolie (who celebrated her 38th birthday today), and the German-Swiss director Marc Foster walked the carpet through the Sony Center at Potsdamer Platz.
The Street artists FinDac, Belin, Inti and Shaka decorated the wall which surrounds the YAAM, the Young African Art Market (Stralauer Platz 35), with some amazing Murals, during their visit in Berlin in 2012.
But since the YAAM has to move to a different location, to make place for another big construction project, it’s not quite sure how long the wall (and the murals) will remain.