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7 MOVIES WATCHMEN WILL DESTROY

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The day for which many have been waiting is finally upon us. After a very public legal battle and gazillions of marketing dollars spent, fans everywhere can breathe a sigh of relief. Today Zach Snyder’s adaptation of Watchmen opens in theaters. It’s expected to dominate the box office for the foreseeable future. How can the other studios compete? They can’t. That’s why they’re releasing the worst films on their rosters in hopes of getting them in and out of theaters quickly and quietly. After the jump are the movies that will be trounced at this weekend’s box office. I’m not sure why anyone in his or her right mind would ever produce these in the first place or want to see them. 

30 Rock Recap: Goodbye, My Friend

Friday, March 6 by

This newest installment of 30 Rock starts with the end of 30 Rock’s fake sketch comedy show. Everyone is clapping and joyous because the show is over. Frank asks Liz Lemon if she wants to join the writers at a bar. She says no because she will go to a donut shop instead. Pete knows that Liz is upset and asks her about why.Before Liz can answer, Jenna runs up to Liz and asks why Tracy got more lines in the show than she did. Jenna doesn’t get the response she desires and claims she hurt her ankle. She is faking the injury to get attention. Jack is still at the office after the show. He tells Liz he's committed to Elisa, and won’t do anything involving other women while she is away. He sees the writers leaving to go to the bar and Jack follows them. He knows there are no women where those writers are going. Liz and Pete are at the donut shop. The donut shop girl is pregnant. Liz is getting a dozen assorted donuts to eat at the shop, and Pete realizes she wants to stay and talk to the pregnant teen. Pete bails from the donut shop and leaves Liz alone with the girl. 

Weekend Be a Watchman TV Preview

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This weekend, teleport to the couch, grab your snuggie, and turn into TV Watchman. Only four more episodes of Battlestar Galactica, Jason hits the big apple in Friday Night Lights, Cameron's got a nasty glitch in Terminator: TSCC, and Sunday begins the second season of AMC's excellent foray into Crystal Meth with Breaking Bad. Also, scope out the updated 'Late Show Roundup,' where the amount of stuff to watch has increased by %150. Go Watchman, Go! Your preview after the break.

STARS: THEY TWEET LIKE US!

Friday, March 6 by

This morning, the folks at Slashfilm published a list of movie directors, writers and actors on Twitter…The list includes:Directors DAVID_LYNCH, ThatKevinSmith and Jon_Favreau…Writers diablocody and johnaugust…And Actors emmyrossum, ElizabethBanks, Russell Brand, Heroes' greggrunberg, and WilliamShatner…We were curious what eccentric director David Lynch could possibly be twittering about, so we have a screen grab for you after the jump…

Friday Morning News Peekaboo

Friday, March 6 by

 Ah, Friday morning. The sun shines down and warms the dewy grass. The air is crisp like the first bite from an apple. My pants and wallet are elsewhere. Why am I locked in a storage unit?Here's your morning news. I know where I'll be Saturday mornings in the 1980's (Variety)

The Office: Singles Mingle

Friday, March 6 by

A blood drive van shows up in the Dunder-Mifflin parking lot, and as Michael's giving blood he talks to a cute lady whom he has a hard time forgetting, setting up a singles mixer in the office in an attempt to find her. Outside of the office, Jim and Pam go on a couples date with Phyllis and Bob, swapping stories and exchanging awkwardness. It's a pretty decent Office this week, right after the jump.

Mad Max 4: Animated & Mel-Free

Thursday, March 5 by

So, according to MTV, Aussie director George Miller, creator and director of all the Mad Max films has in the works a fourth animated installment of his post-apocalyptic series set in the outback.  When confronted with the question of whether Mel Gibson would be involved in any capacity, Miller responded with a rather P.C. "We'll probably go a different route."In Australian English, that means, "Mel Gibson is batshit crazy and you and I and everyone knows it now, so why in the sweet, sweet name of Outback Steakhouse would I even let him do voiceover work for me?  Have you seen What Women Want?"Oh, George Miller.  You know you can't get past Altavista Translator.

Larry David Throws Millionaires A Bone

Thursday, March 5 by

According to a report from Entertainment Weekly Larry David will be joined by some old co-workers when Curb Your Enthusiasm returns for its seventh season. Jerry Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Jason Alexander, and Michael Richards will also guest on the HBO series.

Boldly Smell

Thursday, March 5 by

I’ve always imagined William Shatner to smell the way a ham does as it bakes. Slow juices mingling with the snappy zest of a pineapple ring. Apparently, I couldn’t have been further from the truth. The bored fine folks over at Genki Wear have developed Tiberius; a scent that combines notes of sweet citron, black pepper, cedar, vanilla, white musk and sandalwood. 

FINAL Wolverine Trailer = Razor Sharp

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Move Over Killdozer

Thursday, March 5 by

The trend in horror movies today is to pick up the pace, for example, fast zombies and fast Jason. I even heard there’s a movie called Fun Run Frankenstein in the works. However, these films have left behind a certain void. There are practically no horror flicks left for those of us who prefer a more sluggish killer, a more stand in one place and barely do anything killer. Until now. Behold! The trailer for Crawler; it is a movie about a shape-shifting alien that tries to devour humanity by taking on the form of a mostly stationary bulldozer. After all, there is one in every household. So if you are a fan of listless killing machines, buy a scratch-off because today is your lucky day.  

Thursday Spin on Your Head TV Preview

Thursday, March 5 by

Take a dive right into your Thursday night TV. After three weeks, The Office is back with a timewarp back to Valentine's day, while 30 Rock is obsessed with babies. Be sure to catch some mad bboy action on MTV tonight–it's Quest Crew (all guys) vs. the Beat Freaks (all girls). Also note our updated 'Late Night Round-Up,' with an invasion of the Jimmys. Your leg twirling, body movin' TV preview after the break.

WB Launches 24-Hr Channel in India

Thursday, March 5 by

Beginning March 15, Warner Bros. and Turner will partner to launch WB, a 24-hour Warner-branded channel that will bring its TV and film library to the country. [Variety]  If you work in the film or TV industry – don't worry.  They only outsource real jobs to India. We at Screen Junkies would like to think that eventually the channel will open up to original content, and one of our sources sent us this top secret proposal for a 2009 WB India Fall Lineup.  Seems like they're headed in that direction.See it after the jump:

Smooth-talkin Sawyer

Thursday, March 5 by

So whatever happened to Sawyer and the gang since Locke pushed the old whirly-wheel? Well, according to this episode, their time jumps have been fixed, but unfortunately they're about thirty years before the time they crashed on the island.  We jumps back and forth between present time and three years from now, watching the present Sawyer & Co. encounter both Others and Dharma, while future Sawyer & Co. are members of the Dharma Initiative, trying to help a a pregnant woman in labor, with romance blossoming on the side between two most unlikely lovers…and it's all in this week's Lost, after the jump.

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