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Too soon for a Steve Irwin doll?
December 26th, 2006 under Steve Irwin. [ Comments: none ]


Add Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin to the pantheon of adventure heroes immortalized as action figures. In honor of the late Irwin’s dedication to nature conservation and education and his love of animals, Wild Republic, the nature brand of K&M International, has teamed up with the Irwin family and the Australia Zoo to bring a new line of toys to the USA. Among the line’s 39 products: an Irwin figure ($22) that spouts Steve’s trademark phrases — "Crikey!" among them, no doubt — play sets and plush toys. They will be unveiled at the International Toy Fair Feb. 11-14 in New York. Bindi Irwin, 8, was filming a new series for the Discovery Channel, co-starring her father, at the time of his death. Irwin, 44, died Sept. 4 in Port Douglas, Queensland, after a stingray pierced his heart. "We all know that Daddy had an important job. He was working to change the world so everyone would love wildlife like he did," Bindi Irwin said in a statement. "Now it’s our turn to help him."

USA Today 

I don’t maybe it is just me, but that just seems so wrong. Seriously, did they have to include the crocodile?


Which is more offensive making fun of the way Steve Irwin died…Bill Maher or South Park?
October 29th, 2006 under Better than..., Comedy Central, Steve Irwin, Unadmirable People. [ Comments: none ]

Andrew Sullivan (Bill Maher) and Daily Mail (South Park) 

I have to go with Bill Maher is more offensive on this one because at least South Park admitted it was wrong…Bill Maher never would.  


OMG! South Park made fun of the late Steve Irwin!
October 27th, 2006 under Comedy Central, Steve Irwin, Unadmirable People. [ Comments: none ]

This is so wrong, but they kind of acknowledged it was wrong.


Russell Crowe wants to play Steve Irwin
September 22nd, 2006 under Russell Crowe, Steve Irwin. [ Comments: none ]

Russell Crowe wants to play Steve Irwin in a film based on the life of the ‘Crocodile Hunter’. The Oscar-winning AView the profile for Cameron Diaz on Celebrity Spotlightustralian actor – who has repeatedly spoken of his affection for friend Steve after he was tragically killed, aged just 44, by a stingray – is in talks with Universal Studios about making a biopic. Crowe, 42, is desperate to make the movie as he feels it would be a fitting tribute to the wildlife expert’s life. An insider told In Touch Weekly magazine: "It’s not about money for Russell – it’s about honouring his friend. "Steve once told Russell that he wanted him to play him in a movie version of his life."


Actually he might work?



Animal Planet to air Steve Irwin’s memorial service
September 16th, 2006 under Steve Irwin. [ Comments: none ]

ANIMAL Planet will air "Crocodile Hunter" Steve Irwin’s memorial service Tuesday night. Irwin, who singlehandedly put Animal Planet on the map, was killed Sept. 4 when he was attacked by a stingray while filming a documentary. The service, being held at Irwin’s Australia Zoo in Beerwah, will air exclusively on Animal Planet Tuesday from 9 to 10 p.m. It will be a same-day telecast (with a two-hour delay). Irwin’s family members and his longtime friend/producer, John Stainton, are expected to speak. Irwin left behind wife Terri and children Bindi, 8, and Bob, 2.

NY Post 

I am going to watch this.


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