Guess He Should Go Eat Worms
Adrian Grenier is in some stupid band that sounds like the poor man’s Weezer (before Weezer became the poor man’s Weezer) and he got heckled during a recent show in Atlantic City. Haw haw! (Screen Junkies)
Jennifer Lopez thinks that she should have won an Oscar for El Cantante, a movie that was so uncared about by the general public that even we didn’t bother reviewing it. (Litelysalted)
Here’s a six-pack of films made after the death of a prominent actor in the film. (PW)
Which union do you guys think is more destined for failure: (in the event that either actually make it to the altar) Katy Perry and Russell Brand or Marylin Manson and Evan Rachel Wood? (Agent Bedhead)
Oh my God, missed opportunity alert!!! In 1990 Peter Boyle starred in a sitcom about a police officer that gets reincarnated as a talking bulldog, but sadly it was never picked up. I would have watched the shit out of that. (Warming Glow)
Here are the eight actors who are the best at yelling. (Unreality)
The soundtrack for Youth in Revolt is out, which features the hipterific fare you’d expect. Although to be completely honest Beulah is still one of my favorite bands. (The Playlist)
Who read (and I mean “read” that in the loosest sense of the word) Where’s Waldo books as a kid — and do you remember all the nudity, transvestites and human sacrifice? (Topless Robot)
HOLY. CRAP. Tarzan, the Ape Man, which stars and was produced by Bo Derek, has a scene where a chimpanzee sucks on her nipple. You better believe this is NSFW. (FourFour)
Sandra Bullock’s The Blind Side has now passed the $200 million mark, catapulting it to be the first film driven solely by a female lead to accomplish that goal. Really though? Sandra Bullock? OK sure, why not. (Celebitchy)
Here are seven New Year’s movie-going resolutions. (Cinematical)
I know how y’all like your zombie stuff, so here is a short film called They Shall Pay With Rivers of Blood, directed by Candian filmmaker Buck Anderson. The zombies kind of remind me of that episode of “Twilight Zone” where that spoiled family had to wear the ugly masks and then when they took off their masks … Their faces really looked like that! I love that one.
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