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Final Destination: Death Trip 3D

Friday, March 27 by

Director: David R. EllisCast: Krista Allen, Nick Zano, Shantel VanSanten, Bobby Campo, Plot: After a teen's premonition of a deadly race-car crash helps saves the lives of his peers, Death sets out to collect those who evaded their end.Rating: n/aRelease Date: August 28, 2009 

Padma Lakshmi Has Dry Sex With Hardee’s Cheesburger

Friday, March 27 by

Padma Lakshmi, she of TV's Top Chef and Salman Rusdie-marrying fame, has apparently become the spokesmodel for Hardee's Bacon Western Thickburger, which is going to make a lot of men happy and a lot of normal women hate themselves more than they already do.  In her new commercial, Padma sits on the stoop of an NYC brownstone and proceeds to eat the beefy burger in ways that would make a a devout Hindu eunuch sport wood. See the full commercial – and more pics of Padma – after the jump.  And if you're a normal woman hating yourself right now, don't feel too bad.  I'm sure Padma had her seven personal trainers with spit buckets standing just off-camera for the entire shoot.

Orphan

Friday, March 27 by

Director: Jaume Collet-Serra Cast: Vera Farmiga, Peter Sarsgaard Synopsis: A husband and wife who recently lost their baby adopt a 9-year-old girl who is not nearly as innocent as she claims to be. Release Date: July 24, 2009

Bruno

Friday, March 27 by

Plot: Flamboyant Austrian fashionista Brüno takes his show to America.Cast: Sascha Baron CohenRelease Date: July 10, 2009 

Public Enemies

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Director: Michael Mann Cast: Johnny Depp, Christian Bale, Channing Tatum, Leelee Sobieski, Billy Crudup, Marion Cotillard Synopsis: The Feds try to take down notorious American gangsters John Dillinger, Baby Face Nelson and Pretty Boy Floyd during a booming crime wave in the 1930s. Release Date: July 1, 2009

High Flyin’ Weekend TV Preview

Friday, March 27 by

Even though there's a hole in our hearts that BSG used to fill, there's plenty of excellent TV packing your weekend schedule with a wdie array of entertainment ranging from Jackass inspired hillbillies to a 'King Baby.' New episodes of Friday Night Lights, Terminator:TSCC, and Breaking Bad are on their regular schedule, with the series premiere of the Thrillbillies and some stand-up hilarity from Mr. Jim Gaffigan on Comedy Central. So quit moping about the end of Battlestar and go get obsessed with any or all these termendous shows! Your preview after the break.

WWE’S THE BIG SHOW REVIEWS 12 ROUNDS

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30 Rock Recap: Apollo, Apollo

Friday, March 27 by

This episode begins with Liz unpacking her new running shoes. Jack calls Liz and tells her she is yet to RSVP to his 50th birthday party. Meanwhile, on television, Tracy is announcing to the world that it is his dream to go into space. He will finance the trip if anyone is willing to shoot him into space. Liz has to deal with this, pronto. Dennis Duffy suddenly bursts into Liz’s apartment and tells her that he is going through a 12 step program. He is a recovering sex addict. He is at step nine, the step where he needs to apologize to everybody he has wronged. Side note: For all you Seinfeld fans, you know step nine. Dennis apologizes to Liz for sleeping with her, thus subjecting her to his web of treachery. Liz doesn’t care, she just wants Dennis out of the room. Liz asks Jack if he knows about Tracy trying to get into space. Jack says he has a google alert for everything titled “Tracy Jordan ridiculous disaster”. They have to stop him.

NEW ANGELS AND DEMONS TV SPOT

Friday, March 27 by

A new TV spot for Angels & Demons, the follow-up film for Ron Howard and his Da Vinci code crew, is up on the 'nets.  Admittedly, this is shaping up to be more exciting than its cinematic predecessor.  Pretty action-packed stuff.  I'm mostly just glad that stories about the Catholic church's coverups of indiscretions are straying from the tired molestation angle and getting back to the mass murder thing . Check out the clip after the jump. 

NICHOLAS CAGE, SORCERER… AND OTHER NEWS

Friday, March 27 by

(click photo above to enlarge)More photos of Nic Cage in Sorcerer's Apprentice (JustJared)Nic Cage Talks Batman 3 Villains (MTV'S SPLASHPAGE)Watch the first five minutes of the Mutant Chronicles (hulu)Marvel is hiring writers (Variety)Bret Ratner becomes book publisher (LA Times)Gervais's Insurance Company Comedy Gaining Heat (The Playlist)Simon Pegg joins cast of Ice Age 3 (Empire)

Managerial Immunity

Friday, March 27 by

Since Michael's turned in his two weeks he can basically do anything he wants, so he he spends his days drinking scotch and splenda and wandering arund the office bugging everyone. He also comes up with an idea for a new business once he actually quits, and goes around the office trying to find investors for it. Meanwhile, Kelly and Angela are still obsessed with Charles, and Pam has to figure out how to make the new copier work, all after the jump

THURSDAY NIGHT LINK-DOWN!

Thursday, March 26 by

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ARCADE FIRE’S MUSIC MAKES ANY MOVIE TRAILER BETTER

Thursday, March 26 by

After verbally fellating the Where the Wild Things Are trailer the other day, I've had a chance to sit down and digest what made it work so well.  And I've come to the conclusion that it owes a lot to the Arcade Fire song featured in it.  Don't get me wrong; the movie looks fantastic.  But I'm sure Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: The Secret of the Ooze would have looked a lot more profound had its trailer featured the Arcade Fire.  What's that, you say?  You want to see it to believe it?  Oh.  Okay.  Here: But to be fair, we also have to test out the opposite, with music from TMNT 2 laid over the Wild Things trailer.  See the film in a whole new light after the jump. 

Where the Wild Things Are

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The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3

Thursday, March 26 by

Director: Tony Scott Cast: Denzel Washington, John Travolta, Luis Guzmán, Victor Gojcaj, Gbenga Akinnagbe Synopsis: Armed men hijack a New York subway train in demand of a hefty ransom. As the authorities try to negotiate with the hostage takers they wonder how the hijackers plan to get away. Release Date: June 12, 2009

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