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What’s On TV Tonight: Thursday, September 10th, 2009

Thursday, September 10 by

Tonight on television, be sure to check out Satan, a blatant teen genre rip-off, clean comedy, and tig o' bitties.   CHECK OUT WHAT TO WATCH AFTER THE JUMP   NOTE: ALL TIMES EASTERN & PACIFIC!!!

‘SORORITY ROW’ ACTRESS JAMIE CHUNG

Thursday, September 10 by

You may remember Jamie Chung as Jamie Chung on Real World San Diego.  She did a stellar job portraying her sexy self in the midst of angsty early-twenties adversity, homoerotic tempations, and sooooooo much booze.  This Friday she stars in Sorority Row as Claire, a.k.a The Flirt.  All we're saying is there's supposedly a topless hot tub scene.  That's all we're sayin'.  Oh, and "awesome."  Now that's all we're sayin'.    A word from Jamie: "It's a very strong, young, female role.  And her name is Chi-Chi." Jamie, you're playing the chihuahua that constantly licked my face when I was but a young lad only knee-high to a tadpole?!  Can I play me?!  Wait, why not?  But you played you on "The Real World!"  Life's not fair… But these pics of you after the jump certainly are fair!

‘District 9′ Star To Be Cast As Howling Mad?

Thursday, September 10 by

 Joe Carnahan's big screen A-Team adaptation is gaining a lot of steam lately and it now looks like the final castmember is about to fall into place. Latino Review tipped us off to a report that Sharlto Copley has been tapped for the role of "Howling Mad" Murdock. Though he's pretty much a non-actor, Copley wowed audiences with his performance as Wikus in this summer's District 9. The end result will be interesting to see. Of course, a lot is riding on the character's on-screen chemistry with Quintin "Rampage" Jackson's B.A. Baracus. The danger here being that if they get along too well, Baracus will dry hump him. I strongly recommend that the producers implement the use of a safe word on set.

10 Signs of the Post-Apocalypse

Wednesday, September 9 by

There's a lot of fancy talk going on about the new Tim Burton-produced 9, and why not? I haven't been this giddy to see a doll walk a dystopian Earth since I watched Pinocchio listening to Pink Floyd's "Dark Side of the Moon" – but I am pretty sure Pete Langham steered me wrong on that combo. There have been a lot of movies featuring a post-apocalyptic world, but none of them, and I mean none of them, are headlined by a 3-D rendering of a sock monkey (save for Kurt Russell in Soldier). But, this got us to thinking – what else should we be expecting in the years to come? And how do we know we're living it?     Other Junk You Might Like: Nichole Jackson is Dressed to Impress

Charo fails at Rihanna cover on Jerry Lewis Telethon

Wednesday, September 9 by

Charo Covers Rihanna… Poorly. – Watch more Funny Videos The above video, from a recent Jerry Lewis telethon, features fifty-something pop icon Charo covering Rihanna's "Please Don't Stop The Music." I recommend watching it en todo, but if you want to get to the best part, fast forward to about 3:05 in the clip. There you'll find a mortified Jerry Lewis making a face he probably hasn't made since the lights went up after the first screening of his directorial debut, The Day the Clown Cried.  That's the one about the circus clown working Auschwitz. ¡Ay dios miiiiioooo!  Here are today's top links: 25 Most Dangerous Squirrels On Earth (HolyTaco) Breaking News: Brett Ratner Is Lazy (FilmDrunk) 10 Funniest Moments In Muppet Show History (SuperTremendous) Disney Finally Recognizes African Americans (Pajiba) Miley Cyrus Sideboob Is Pedorific (CelebJihad) 10 Most Memorable Torture Scenes In Movies (Unreality) New NERF Tommy Gun Looks Like The Bee's Knees (Asylum) Show Me State's Hooters Bikini Car Wash (BustedCoverage) Paraglider Vs. Crowd Of Retards (RegretfulMorning) Monster Trucks Can Perform Backflips (TotalProSports) The USA's Ultimate Sandwiches (MadeMan) Best NASCAR Victory Celebrations (AllLeftTurns) Student Gets A Shovel To The Face (NothingToxic) The Shaman Takes A Trip To Burning Man (Atom)

What’s On TV Tonight: Wednesday, September 9th, 2009

Wednesday, September 9 by

Universal health care, awkward white people dancing, and French cooking. Tonight's TV Preview is practically Canadian.   CHECK OUT WHAT TO WATCH AFTER THE JUMP   NOTE: ALL TIMES EASTERN & PACIFIC!!!

The future of superhero movies? Outsourcing.

Wednesday, September 9 by

Indian Superman & Spider-Woman – Watch more Funny Videos So Disney merges with Marvel. Warner Bros. forms DC Entertainment. It's just a matter of time before Dreamworks' Indian partners buy them all out and creates something like the above. But with slightly better green screen.  Though, to the above film's credit, warts and all, it still looks better than The Spirit.

The future of superhero movies? Outsourcing.

Wednesday, September 9 by

‘SORORITY ROW’ ACTRESS BRIANA EVIGAN

Wednesday, September 9 by

Briana Evigan first strutted her stuff up on screen as Andie in Step Up 2 (the number, not the word): The Streets.  This Friday she stars in Sorority Row, but something tells us her character Cassidy ain't gonna sport half da fly pops and ticks of Andie.  Can Cassidy tut while wielding an ax?  Can she do flares while running for her life?  What? That's an impossibility considering your feet need to be up in the air?  Don't backtalk me!  I choreographed the Cats revival in the alley behind my studio apartment.    A word from Briana: "It's a West Coast thang." It certainly is, Briana.  Just like In 'n Out burgers and the proliferation of hackneyed dreams.  You can't see me, but I'm flashing you a Westside sign right now using my fingers in the shape of a W. I'll take the pics of you after the jump as a sign of mutual respect.

GALLERY: THE LADIES OF ‘TRUE BLOOD’

Wednesday, September 9 by

This season of True Blood has been some bizarre television. It has had moments of melodrama, moments of awesome, and many moments of hokiness. Despite the recent inconsistencies, we just can't peel our eyes away. That probably has a lot to do with the comely female cast. We'd watch a thousand shakey, black-eyed pagan old people orgies if only to catch a glimpse of any of the beauties below. In honor of this Sunday's second season finale, we present to you the lovely ladies of True Blood.

GROWL

Wednesday, September 9 by

"A traveling underground fight club called 'The Brawlers' arrive at a derelict ghost town tucked away in the Colorado Rockies. They meet the town's only residents, the Maxilla family who want to buy on to the fight card. But the Maxilla family's true intentions for the Brawler crew is soon revealed in teeth and claws. Some will be hunted, some will be feed, and some will become part of the family…whether they like it or not."

‘GROWL’ GIVES US MMA WEREWOLVES

Wednesday, September 9 by

Though it was bound to happen, I didn't think it would happen to MY generation. I thought, "Yes, it is eventual that a film combining mixed martial arts and werewolves together will be created some day but that's my children's problem. It surely won't occur in my lifetime." I was woefully wrong.  Music video director Sxv'leithan Essex (?) is teaming up with the producer of Rise of the Silver Surfer to bring us Growl, a story about an underground fight club hunted by a family of werewolves. This movie is going to need a heavy soundtrack. Slipknot, warm up your amps. (First Showing) Wait a minute? Boxing? Werewolves?? I've seen this before…. but where? Step into the Octagon of Death with these links… Resident Evil hits the reset button. (Moviehole)Lord of the Rings lawsuit is settled. (Pajiba)Nic Cage craps out on Green Hornet. (Cinema Blend)LOST Art: Eric Tan's "The Crash" (/Film)Ne-Yo to battle aliens on behalf of Los Angeles. (Empire)Megan Fox: Evolution (MTV)

FIRST CLIP FROM ‘UP IN THE AIR’ FEATURES GEORGE CLOONEY & VERA FARMIGA’S ‘FAUXM’ PARTY

Tuesday, September 8 by

CLOONEY & VERA FARMIGAS FAUXM PARTY – Watch more Funny VideosIn this, the first teaser clip from Jason Reitman's upcoming UP IN THE AIR, traveling businessman Ryan Bingham (George Clooney) has a casual encounter in a hotel bar with Alex (Vera Farmiga) and it turns into a battle of hotel discount card one-upmanship. Then Clooney wins the war, flashing his credentials by pulling out a term he calls "fauxmy" – a cross between "faux" and "homey" to describe the behavior of hotel waitstaff. It's an impressive move to win Farmiga's character over, and one that Clooney would only have to pull in the movies, where he's seemingly always playing an "everyman." Which means that if I were to ever act in a movie, I would be playing a "talking butthole."   And on that note, check out today's links:  How To Enjoy A Strip Club On $30 (HolyTaco) Between Two Ferns With Zach And Charlize (FilmDrunk) 30 Ladies You'd Like To Serve You A Drink (Manofest) 5 Most Seriously Effed Up Movie Premises Of All Time (Pajiba) Lindsay Lohan Has DSLs She Won't Use (CelebJihad) Best Danny DeVito Clip Of All Time? (Unreality) Robot On The Loose In Florida (Asylum) Matisyahu's New Album Comes To Light (Heeb) Hot GILF Sucks Sidney Crosby's Sweet Nectar (BustedCoverage) 8 Awesome Activities That Became Illegal (RegretfulMorning) The Wardrobe Malfunction Pitfalls Of Lingerie Football (TotalProSports) Beat Someone Down With 5 Rare Martial Arts (MadeMan) Danica Patrick And Jen Aniston Have Something In Common (AllLeftTurns)

Up in the Air

Tuesday, September 8 by

Director: Jason ReitmanCast: George Clooney, Vera Farmiga, Jason BatemanSynopsis: Ryan Bingham is a corporate downsizing expert whose cherished life on the road is threatened just as he is on the cusp of reaching ten million frequent flyer miles and just after he's met the frequent-traveler woman of his dreams.

WHAT’S ON TV TONIGHT: TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8th, 2009

Tuesday, September 8 by

Social awareness revolving around the importance of education and a Melrose Place reboot. Tonight's TV preview takes one step forward, two steps back.   CHECK OUT WHAT TO WATCH AFTER THE JUMP   NOTE: ALL TIMES EASTERN AND PACIFIC!!!

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