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MSNBC Mistakes Jesse Jackson for Al Sharpton

Thursday, October 22 by

MSNBC mistakes Jesse Jackson for Al Sharpton – Watch more Funny VideosWell… kudos, I guess, to MSNBC's Contessa Brewer for not disappearing and leaving a Contessa Brewer-shaped cloud of dust after having the Reverend Jesse Jackson remind her that he is, in fact, not the Reverend Al Sharpton as she introduced him. Apparently MSNBC thinks all wise, elderly black reverends are named Rev. Al Sharpton. Or else they thought Al Sharpton was coming, and he cancelled at the last minute, leaving them with one choice: get "the other one." Then some poor intern forgot to change the script… and the rest pretty writes itself.  Tune in to "Countdown" this evening, when Keith Olberman interviews star of the Lethal Weapon series, Forrest Whitaker. 

Marc Ecko’s Black Rhino Collection

Thursday, October 22 by

Thanks to Marc Ecko and his new Black Rhino Collection, you can finally dress like your favorite psychopath without worrying about catching a light chill. Ecko has released new hoodies in the likenesses of The Joker, The Batman, The Jason, and The Saw Puppet. Knocking over gas stations has never been so stylish.Star Wars hoodies have been out there for awhile now and I'm really enjoying this fad. I eagerly await the day that it goes full-Elmo. Gangsta. (/Film)

‘The Descent 2′ Trailer Brings Back Wingless Bat Cave Monsters

Wednesday, October 21 by

Hot Chicks Trapped in a Cave – Watch more Funny Videos  According to the end critic quote in the above trailer, The Descent 2 is the "Feel sh*t scared film of the decade."  I'm not quite sure where on the unofficial Scare Meter 'sh*t scared' lands, but it's gotta be well above 'piss scared.'  I've been piss scared before but never sh*t scared, nor do I have the desire to become so frightened by a film that it causes me to involuntarily evacuate my bowels right smack dab there in the theater.  You think pop corn butter's hard to get up…  The trailer does have a few good moments, but in order to beat its predecessor it's going to have to work all kinds of magic, or provide laxitives upon theater entrance. Today's links are full of fun and fiber!     Flow Chart To Determine What Religion You Should Follow (HolyTaco) Kimi Raikkonen's Ferrari Set On Fire (TotalProSports) The Juxtaposition Of People And Signs (TheChive) Patrick Bateman Was Based On Tom Cruise (FilmDrunk) 20 Examples Of Going Green Gone Wrong (SuperTremendous) Your First R-Rated Movie Theater Experience (Pajiba) Model Marisa Miller Changing Bikinis (CelebJihad) A Visual Guide To Twist Endings (Unreality) Picking Up Women On Halloween Made Simple (Asylum) Brooke Hundley Letter To Steve Phillips' Wife (BustedCoverage) Balloon Boy Neighbor Fist Fights Media (RegretfulMorning) What Your Cocktail Says About You (MadeMan) How To Jimme-Proof The Chase (AllLeftTurns) Car Eager For Cupcakes (NothingToxic) Legend Of Neil Season Finale (Atom)

The Daily Show on the Franken Anti-Rape Bill

Wednesday, October 21 by

Jon Stewart reacts to Senator Al Franken proposing the Pentagon shouldn't hire contractors who make their employees agree not to sue if they're raped by co-workers.Slam dunk indeed, Mr. Stewart. 

‘The Wrestler’ Grindhouse Mashup Trailer

Wednesday, October 21 by

YouTuber jkpyle posted this impressive mashup trailer, which runs Darren Aronofsky's The Wrestler through the grindhouse. What comes out is as bloody and chills-inducing as Randy "The Ram" Robinson's hand after he caught it in the deli slicer.

What’s On TV Tonight: Wednesday, October 21st, 2009

Wednesday, October 21 by

Tonight on The Douchebag Olympics (aka RW/RR Challenge), the five fingers have a matter of great import to discuss with the face.   CHECK OUT WHAT TO WATCH AFTER THE JUMP   NOTE: ALL TIMES EASTERN & PACIFIC!!!  

Michael Jackson ‘This Is It’ Clips

Wednesday, October 21 by

Below are a couple new clips from This Is It, the Michael Jackson tribute film that arrives in theaters next week for a 2-week limited run that we're sure, based on pre-ordered tickets alone, will get extended. The first clip is a featurette that gives us a glimpse of just how huge this concert tour was going to be and how meticulous the preparation had to be to pull it all off. 

Second ‘Wolfman’ Trailer Drags Its Butt on the Carpet

Wednesday, October 21 by

  Every new image or clip of The Wolfman gets me less and less excited for the film's release… and now comes the second full trailer, which ends up playing out like some sort of Victorian version of The Fast & The Furious.

‘Saw VI’ Actress Betsy Russell

Wednesday, October 21 by

Welcome to Cougar Town.  Betsy Russell may be in her forties, but damn if she doesn't make us do a double take.  She's been starring in the Saw movies as Jill since Saw III, but you may better remember her in the role of 'Girl' in a 1982 episode of Family Ties.  Also, we can't show you the NSFW pics on our site, but Betsy rode horseback in Private School…without a shirt.  Sounds painful.    A word from Betsy: "Saw VI answers the question, 'What's in my box?'"(Slack-jawed blank stare) One ticket, please! First, Betsy's box and then Cameron Diaz's next month. The mysteries of the universe are about to be revealed to us. The pics after the jump deliver, but not as much as you'd hope.

Adam Shankman To Co-Produce The Oscars

Wednesday, October 21 by

Choreographer-turned-director Adam Shankman has been tapped to co-produce this year's Oscar telecast. The Hairspray director and So You Think You Can Dance judge will take the reins with movie executive Bill Mechanic. A fact my brosefs and I are way stoked about. I can imagine it now. A long game of touch football in the park, then a nice walk in the crisp winter air, quick stop-off for some tapas and then me and the bros will all curl up and see how the Shank-Man can butch up the Academy Awards. I mean, did you see Zac Efron's Pool Party? That was a machismo fiesta. Reminded me of my fraternity days. (Variety)

AMC’s ‘The Prisoner’ TV Promo w/ Ian McKellen & Jim Caviezel

Tuesday, October 20 by

The Prisoner Trailer – Watch more Funny Videos Jesus and Magneto star in the new AMC six-part miniseries, "The Prisoner," which premieres on Sunday, November 15th @ 8pm ET/PT and airs in two-hour blocks over three consecutive nights. We don't want to give too much away from this mysterious remake, so here's the basic setup: a man known as Six (Jim Caviezel) finds himself trapped in a bizarre place called the "The Village" led by a man known as Two (Ian McKellen). Two holds the secrets of escape, and Six must defeat him — or else stay in The Village forever. Will Six escape? Or will Two do a wet version of his namesake all over Six's plans? Tune in to find out. Six times Two is Twelve, which is the number of links below minus One: How To Pull Off An Internet Hoax (HolyTaco) 20 Amazing Sports Fan Tattoos (TotalProSports) Why You Miss Summer (TheChive) 10 Weirdest Celebrity Japanese Commercials (SuperTremendous) Bella Swan Vs. The Scary Ethnic Wolves (FilmDrunk) Ten Most Generic Looking Hollywood Actresses (Pajiba) Octomom Has A Crush On Jon Gosselin (CelebJihad) The Scariest Movie Characters Under 5 Feet Tall (Unreality) A Woman's Perspective On Dutch Ovens (Asylum) Tim Tebow's Virginity Is Questioned (BustedCoverage) 17 Examples Of Cute Girls In Daisy Dukes (RegretfulMorning) The Droid Is An iPhone Killer (MadeMan) 25 Hottest Women In Motorsports (AllLeftTurns)

Sexy T&A Montage from Rob Marshall’s ‘Nine’

Tuesday, October 20 by

  If you're a homophobic straight guy, you might want to shut the eff up right now, because Rob Marshall's man-lovin' ass is about to make it rain hetero-boner pills with his new movie, called Nine. Yes, it's a musical. And yes, it has dancing and singing. And guess what, bro? Those dancing and singing women happen to be a scantily clad Penelope Cruz, Marion Cotillard, and Nicole Kidman. So when you're fap-fap-fappin' it up to this here video clip, don't finish by saying gay guys never did nothing for you.

12 New Still Photos from Richard Kelly’s ‘The Box’

Tuesday, October 20 by

 The 120-minute Warner Brothers presentation at Comic-Con 2009 made for one of the hottest talking points at the event, not for the Where the Wild Things Are footage or the A Nightmare on Elm Street trailer that finally showed up online the other day… but for Cameron Diaz's potentially massive spoiler slip-up during the presentation for Richard Kelly's third film,The Box, starring Diaz, James Marsden and Frank Langella. We won't remind anyone of the specifics, but suffice it to say that the slip could turn out to have been fairly egregious. The producers have kept pretty mum since, but some new production stills from the film have arrived online, and we have a handful of them for you after the jump. We think you'll agree that the film's 1970s setting, paired with the compositions and unsettling subject matter have turned Richard Matheson's short story, "Button, Button," into some meticulous, cool Kubrickian nightmare. 

What’s On TV Tonight: Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

Tuesday, October 20 by

Tonight on televison, eight neglected children go on the adventure of a lifetime. And somehow nobody ends up pregnant. CHECK OUT WHAT TO WATCH AFTER THE JUMP NOTE: ALL TIME EASTERN & PACIFIC 

THE PRISONER

Tuesday, October 20 by

Network: AMCCast: Jim Caviezel, Ian McKellen Synopsis: An update to the cult favorite series from the 1960s about a government agent who is kidnapped and sent to a remote island known as "the Village".

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