Another day, another gem from Wonderglen productions. Remeber folks "In the world of high-pressure Hobbit Contracting, tensions can rise, and tempers can flare." That is SO TRUE.
I will always contend that Hollywood ran out of original ideas quite a while ago. The name of the game these days is just finding whatever they can, grabbing it while it’s dropping its dry cleaning off, throwing it in the back of an unmarked van, and driving it to a big warehouse in Burbank where they beat a story out of it.
See, here’s how I’m different than this lady. I don’t go out at three. I start drinking around noon, and usually start doing stupid stuff by roughly midnight. By three a.m.
More from Wonderglen Productions. James Franco narrates a compelling piece detailing the work of one of the company's Chief Execs. I had no idea he was involved in the Airwolf AIDS episode. That one was truly compelling.
Looks like the contentious battle to land the role as America’s next Wonder Woman has gotten a little more competitive. This is a poster just released from the Betty White Camp.
Another day dawning across this great land of ours, another step toward total racial reconciliation. We reported yesterday that Beyonce is looking to star in the remake of Wonder Woman.
Jaden Smith set for Karate Kid redo (Var
Call me strange, unconventional, or absolutely out of my friggin' mind, but I like the idea of combining Jessica Alba's reported role as a prostitute with her character in Fantastic 4. I think the country needs a forcefield wielding super hero street walker with the power of invisibility.
It takes a little digging on Wonderglen’s intranet. But you find some pretty amazing stuff. Here are a few parts to check out:
I’m probably late to the party for this one. And even though it’s more like a recut, it’s damn funny.
Riding on the wave of total racial reconciliation that has finally swept our fine country, Beyonce is putting her bid in to the world’s first Black Wonder Woman. It’s going to be a tough fight for the part.
Whaaaa? Val Kilmer is pondering the idea of running for the office of governor in New Mexico. Hopefully my prayers will be answered and shirtless volley ball becomes recognized as the official state sport. Oh to dream! Until then, here's some links.
I saw this trailer while watching the election returns on MSNBC the other night. I noticed two things about it. One, the music is dope. Two, it is quite possible that this movie is actually a remake of The Gods Must Be Crazy. Irrefutable video proof after the jump.
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That's crazy, because I'm pretty sure I dreamed this last night.
Spielberg, Smith in talks for Oldboy (Variety)
Ever since I saw her in Masters of the Universe when I was a kid I always imaged Courteney Cox as being the girl next door. One thing is for damn sure I never imaged how much of a cougar she would turn out to be. MEOW / ROAR! Hopefully this new neighbor needs a lawn boy!
FROM HOLY TACO: These are amazing. They continue a long line of fun with movie posters, really a limitless realm of parody. Enjoy.
It’s been a tough road to the White House. And now an even tougher race has begun. John Oliver looks at some of the leading contenders.
Kate Winslet is way hotter to guys who are in their 40’s. She tends to play characters that aren’t supposed to be exactly sexy, but do have sexy qualities. This time she’s pushing the envelope by wandering into Nazi territory. It’s an interesting strategy.
The first time I drank Steven's Seagal's energy drink I was afraid of 2 things. Spontaneously growing a ponytail and never being able to get the taste of salty balls out of my mouth.
This is a pretty dope interview from the Role Models Junket done by the sexy-funny Carrie Keagan of No Good TV. I’m putting the video after the jump because it is way not safe for work. It is also totally hilarious. She has a new fan.
There are a bunch of different opinions on how this magical scientific future hologram technology was used last night on CNN’s coverage of the returns. I think it’s pretty dope. Some day Wolf Blitzer's head is just going to be beamed into your house, beard and all.
I was sitting in a bar last night with my girlfriend drinking Talisker and watching the TV. A Jewish guy named Wolf and a gay guy named Anderson were talking about how a black guy named Barack had just been elected to be leader of the free world. Hollywod can't even write something that good.
This is my favorite scene from Dave Chappelle's Block Party. I'm just going to let Wyclef sing you into the returns.
Don't get me wrong. The one with Kobe and Phelps was great and all. But this one…um…I'll be back in exactly 3.5 minutes. (3.5 minutes later) Ok, where were we? Ah yes, this Guitar Hero commercial. Hmm. I'm just not as interested anymore. Maybe again in 30 minutes?
Every time a new technology comes along I am immediately confused as to how I ever functioned before it existed. Google Maps on my Blackberry is a great example. I can’t leave the house without that anymore. And what did we do before Map Quest?
Natalie Portman and Rashida Jones make another important point about the rights for which our Forefathers shed their blood. Today, when you head to the polls, I want EVERYONE to consider one thing: KITTENS! YAY!
The top headline on Yahoo news this morning was “World gears up to celebrate a fresh start for America.” What this country needs is a solid seven minute montage where we all dig thorough our stuff and take anything republican and throw it in the trash. We all roll up our sleeves and just CLEAN. Now get our there and VOTE.
Leave it to the Empire to lower themselves to such dirty tactics. How can we forget about their Wookie love child ads against Wedge Antilles' senatorial campaign? Don't forget to get out there tomorrow and vote tomorrow for what's important.