This is the most exciting thing that has happened all day.
Clay Aiken Out in People Magazine: Full Scans, for those Claymates claiming that his evil twin is responsible (Rocked By Public Outing, A Shell-Shocked ClayNation Responds); Simon Cowell: "Wow, that's a shock. It's like being told Santa Claus isn't real--unbelievable." Heh.
Shipping containers could be 'dream' homes for thousands.
Global Media Sours On David Blaine's Half-Ass Stunt.
Hungry pig holds woman hostage.
The Quick 10: Stories Behind 10 Dr. Seuss Stories.
This Pumpkin Fears No Smoke Monster [Scifi Pumpkin Carving].
'Do Not Disturb' creators: Sorry our sitcom sucked.
Anna Paquin dating 'True Blood' co-star Stephen Moyer. There is a little tinhatty part of me I wasn't even previously aware of that is filled with glee. There is another part of me that is... not looking forward to the overly explicit (IT'S NOT TV! IT'S HBO!) sex scene that will surely happen at some point in the future. Because... awkward, y'all. The show is already so porny that I spent the entire Jason-Dawn sex scene (I know, I know. "Which one?" The really athletic one in the second episode) trying to figure out how they managed to block it so that no one's bits were actually shown while he was throwing her around the room. Also: THAT WAS LYNN COLLINS? PORTIA, I AM SCANDALIZED.
(I am also a huge fan now after her big scene in the third episode, which I just caught up on this afternoon. >>"GET OUTTA MY HOUSE, YOU LIMPDICK MOTHERFUCKER!" *BANG BANG*<<)
(I really need to accept my fate and knock out a couple of recaps, don't I?)
Why Has Heroes Failed To Save NBC? One suggestion: "Maybe they just had an hour to fill before the show properly started, but I can't have been the only person completely turned off by the masturbatory 'countdown' to the third season premiere." Which had red carpet arrivals, by the way. I can confirm their hypothesis with anecdotal evidence, because my mother is a Heroes fan, and even she said, "Well, they think highly of themselves," and changed the channel until the show itself came on.
Italy police: 'Da Vinci Code' inspired stabbing.
Ricky Gervais is 2009 Oscar Host?
Images: New 'The Last Station' Stills (I hadn't heard of this one--it's got James McAvoy, Helen Mirren, Christopher Plummer, Paul Giamatti, and Anne-Marie Duff); 'Changeling' Poster: Exclusive First Look; New Images: Oliver Stone's 'W.'
Trailers and clips: Anne Hathaway and Kate Hudson's 'Bride Wars' Trailer; 'Quarantine' TV Spot Infects the Web.
trailer_spot: Revolutionary Road, Bride Wars, Waltz With Bashir, Good Dick, Day the Earth Stood Still, Eagle Eye.
'Quantum of Solace' - Official Blog Report #27; David Arnold Gives Verdict On 'Another Way To Die'; The Final 'Quantum of Solace' Poster is Here!; Daniel Craig: Back For 'Bond 23' And The Next Few After That; Forster Reaffirms He's Not Returning For 'Bond 23'; 'Quantum' Questions Answered By Daniel Craig And Marc Forster; 'Quantum of Solace' to Play Chicago Film Festival?
‘High School Musical’ Star KayCee Stroh, Kurt Loder & More Ring In Harry’s B-Day With ‘Potter’ Reading; Celebs Weigh In As Harry Potter Fans; New UK Slim- Line HBP Calendar Scans; New HBP calendar scans; New Remus/Tonks pics (excuse me while I go sob a little bit); Harry Potter Display at National Library of Medicine; Emma Watson, Dan Radcliffe and Robert Pattinson are Hot.
By the way, the Harry Potter Lexicon is back.
It's Official: Depp is the Mad Hatter in Burton's 'Wonderland'; pics: Alice in Wonderland Set (Cornwall) ("The security guards said that Johnny was in the film but only in CGI form." Huh). So it is really, definitely happening.
'Dark Knight' UK DVD Release Confirmed, US Date Expected. Ah, just in time for Christmas. Of course.
Brett Ratner Wants Storm and Joker Movies So Bad.
Holy Crap Original Iron Man Toy Kicks My Ass.
Can Batman Save The Watchmen Movie? ("Rich Johnson with Lying In The Gutters cites sources who claim the whole Watchmen lawsuit is just a ploy by Fox to get the rights to release the 1960s Batman TV series on DVD"); 'Watchmen' Legal Update: Dressing Up as a Comic Book Character Resolves Everything.
'Twilight' Stars Kristen Stewart, Nikki Reed, Taylor Lautner Get Cagey About Reshoots; New Twilight pic of, I am assuming, the Cullens at the hospital after the Death Van incident ("Oh, Edward. Shine on, you prissy diamond"). Of course, since Rosalie is there, it could be the hospital scene at the end, or a different scene they added, for that matter, since they seem to have done a good bit of that
Entertainment Weekly just dumped a ton of reviews into my RSS feed reader: Battle in Seattle, Blindness, A Thousand Years of Good Prayers, Slacker Uprising, Forever Strong, The Lucky Ones, Miracle at St. Anna, Nights in Rodanthe, Choke, Eagle Eye.
‘Blackbeard’ To Give Epic Treatment To World’s Most Famous Pirate, Will Feature Cat-And-Mouse Struggle:
Producer Barry Josephson (”Men In Black,” “Enchanted”) is banking on exactly that, hoping his upcoming “Blackbeard” does for pirate pictures what “Gladiator” did for sword and sandal epics: namely, bring it out of caricature and parody and back into being a serious genre. It certainly won’t hurt having David Franzoni, the screenwriter behind “Gladiator” and “Amistad,” penning his script as well.Ron Perlman Doesn't Judge, Even If You're A British Grave Robber ['I Sell The Dead']. Man, is Dominic Monaghan wearing an invisible Will Work for Smackfarthing sign or what here?
Ang Lee ‘Woodstock’ Film Aims To Be A Mind-Altering Experience.
Travolta/Rhys Meyers in 'From Paris With Love.'
Billy Crystal Joins 'Tooth Fairy.'
Pixar Bumps ‘Cars 2’ Up To 2011, Owen Wilson MIA?
Oprah Winfrey Joins Voice Cast Of ‘The Princess and the Frog.’
Is Nicholas Sparks The New Nora Ephron? God, I hope not.
Will Kirk Cameron Be The Surprise King of The Box Office This Weekend? It's "No. 1 in advance sales on movie ticketing site Fandango.com with 31% of this week's business." You know, I started to wonder last night if Fireproof might actually do really well, even though it looks like it was made on a budget of $2.99, if only because there's nothing out right now and churches might get behind it the way they have with other religious-themed movies.
Feature: I Watched This On Purpose: '88 Minutes.'