Your Move, Screech?
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are once again being faced with split rumors. Seriously people? If it wasn't true the first 45860 times, it's probably not true now. (Litelysalted)
John Williams continues his countdown of his 100 favorite movies with 95-91. (ASWOBA)
The Hobbit may be delayed until 2012. Since I still haven't seen The Lord of the Rings trilogy and have no immediate plans to, this news makes feel feel anywhere from "indifferent" to "not caring." (Cinematical)
Nicole Kidman's love affair with
her lesbian husband cosmetic "enhancements" might end up being the downfall of her career. (Agent Bedhead)
I mentioned a pilot for a new UK series called "The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret" starring David Cross and Will Arnett a few weeks ago, and -- good news! The pilot has been picked up and might be coming to the States! (Screen Junkies)
This is probably my favorite thing Brendan Fraser has starred in since Encino Man. What, I was 14, OK? Shut the hell up! (Film Drunk)
Yay! Here's a "Where Are They Now" with the cast of my favorite '90s Nickelodeon live action show, "Salute Your Shorts." Oh, but, um ... Other than the dude from Rilo Kiley, it's actually kind of depressing. (Celebuzz)
Here's Jesse Eisenberg on David Fincher's upcoming The Social Network. (The Playlist)
Since Jay Leno is basically reviled by pretty much everyone at this point -- this week he's starting his "image rehab" tour. (Deus Ex Malcontent)
And it's going to be a good while before we see Conan on our television sets again, so here is a "Best of Conan" post to get you by for a few minutes. (Mental Floss)
After today, Avatar is probably going to be the highest grossing movie of all time in the entire universe. (Topless Robot)
The cast of "Jersey Shore" may be dumb as a bowl of mice, but even then they're still not dumb enough to work for garlic knots for Season Two. (Unreality)
Yes, OK. I'm as sick of "Jersey Shore" as the next guy, but this is really adorable, and damn if it didn't make me laugh. I like the parts when mini-Pauly(?) flashes his abs:
And, OK ... Sure, why not. Here's a big screen adaptation of "Jersey Shore" starring Mila Kunis, Thomas Lennon, Nick Lachey and Mario?
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