“Four for ‘Hotel for Dogs 2: Concierge’s Revenge’, please.”
They may or may not have been inside a person for purposes of breathing.
It’s about time people started trying to run over well-meaning park workers. They’ve had it too good for too long.
“The only thing green that should be up on that screen should be Kermit the Frog.”
Reminds me of the time I used the Catherine Zeta-Jones film ‘No Reservations’ to diffuse a race riot.
“The last movie I saw in a theater was Cocoon, with Wilford Brimley.”
It’s unclear who got to be Andrew McCarthy.
If only these stories actually happened, Nancy would have no time for DWTS…
Is that a tropical storm in your pocket, or are you just happy to see me?
Blindfolds, bickering, shackles, mounds of snow, and serious daddy issues. All things you might find in Pamela Anderson's bedroom. Your TV preview begins now!CHECK OUT WHAT TO WATCH AFTER THE JUMPNOTE: ALL TIMES EASTERN AND PACIFIC!!!
Today beginning at 9:30 a.m. PST, 12:30 p.m. EST Hulu will live stream Michael Jackson's Memorial Service. Stevie Wonder, Al Sharpton, Brooke Shields, Smokey Robinson, Berry Gordy, Kobe Bryant, Magic Johnson, and John Mayer amongst others will be appearing as eulogizers. I only hope that Mayer knows this is the wrong venue to try out his stand-up material. [via The Business Insider]Morning headlines that won't cause epic gridlock… Zach Galifianakis plots his takeover of Hollywood. (Reuters) Baywatch is getting the big screen treatment. (First Showing) Lost loses its best writer. (NY Mag) Sly talks The Expendables. (Latino Review) A Christmas Carol poster is SMOKIN'! (Cinema Blend) Is Michael Jackson's ghost haunting Neverland Ranch? (Dread Central)
The U.S. Embassy has confirmed the death of Kung Fu and Kill Bill star David Carradine. The 72 year old actor was discovered early Thursday morning in his Bangkok hotel room. Currently there are conflicting reports concerning the cause of death. Screen Junkies would like to offer our sincere condolences to all of David's loved ones.Less depressing morning news…Eminem was implicit! (Cinema Blend) Bruno put a lady in a wheelchair. (Reuters) Short Circuit remake grabs a Robot Chicken scribe. (Empire) Prison Break's T-Bag joins Heroes. (THR) Winona Ryder is totes cray-cray. (The Playlist)
The marketing for HBO's True Blood has always had a cool way of re-imagining popular culture with a vampiric twist. For instance, their beverage billboards from last summer that blurred the line between faux and legit. Now in honor of the show's upcoming second season, they've launched BloodCopy.com; a website that sinks its teeth into juicy vampire gossip. It's like Gawker but less evil.Look at these other morning tidbits…The Final Destination poster is pretty sweet. (UGO)The Hangover 2 is not yet guaranteed. (The Playlist)$70 Zombie Movie looks like it cost at least $80. (io9)Land Of The Lost pics. (Cinema Blend)Behind the scenes of Halloween 2, the newest one. (Dread Central)