Irony is the enemy of the post-modern left(tm)
Horner’s first major score was for Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (which is still considered a masterpiece), and he went on to do movies like Braveheart, Titanic, and Avatar.
I don’t think I could intentionally manufacture a story that better broadcasts Hollywood hypocrisy.
Al Roker got to interview the surviving cast of Ghostbusters (except Dan Ackroyd) and Ivan Reitman this week for the Today show. Here’s the video.
Everyone has a joke on a certain topic this week, but I really liked this one.
This looks completely terrible. I can’t wait for it to be out on video.
Based on the true story of SEAL Team 10 (not 6), and featuring Tim Riggins with a beard (hey, it’s a Peter Berg movie, of course random FNL cast members are in it). Be sure to point and laugh at Marky Mark’s inability to grow anything.
And so would the sharks, I’m sure.
The trailer very definitely works for me.
Joss Whedon is currently writing the second Avengers movie, so it’s a good thing they’ve locked up Iron Man.
But the real star of this post is Sharknado.
For a show without political connections, that would be considered a failure even on cable.
You can make Shatner say whatever you want from a list of words recorded by the man himself.
Why am I not surprised?
Let’s guess the bias.
Ellen DeGeneres quit yesterday after making noises about the show being useless without Simon Cowell, and today it’s being reported that the producers have fired Kara DioGuardi. Apparently they’re going back to 3 judges, which currently will be Randy Jackson, Jennifer Lopez, and Stephen Tyler. (Link fixed).
We’ll see. The trailer isn’t very promising, even if one of the jokes seems directly aimed at AoSHQ.
A top 10 list of actors who’ve made the most money relative to the income their films made in the last 3 years.
Via a fairly blatent bit of retconning. This may be why “Saw VI” had the worst opening of the series. (The fact that it’s #6 probably isn’t helping either).
Here’s the lovely stunt that got him thrown out of the MTV Video Music Awards last night and left teen diva Taylor Swift in tears.
Here’s the photographic definition of fun: Felicia Day from Dr. Horrible with several of the cast of Dollhouse.
Scarlett Johansson has tragically dieted her way from “nicely curvy” to “approaching Skeletor”, apparently as prep for “Iron Man 2”. (From Ace’s sidebar, where he’s bummed that the “after” picture has no boobs).
A new theatre show features straight readings of wacky things said or written by celebrities. They need a traveling version or a DVD or something so peeps who can’t hit NYC can enjoy it.
The too-clever-by-half posters have been released for Oliver Stone’s Bush = Hitler: The Motion Picture. Unfortunately for them, they nailed the wrong look: actor Josh Brolin in the hair and makeup looks not at all like George W. Bush, but exactly like former NFL coach and current analyst Jim Mora Sr.
David Duchovny has entered a treatment program for sex addiction.
Or something. You explain it.