Herzog, Lynch, And A Baby With Two Penises Walk Into A Bar...
Werner Herzog and David Lynch have reportedly finished shooting their film collaboration, My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done. Details are sparse, but one thing is for certain: This movie will blow your fucking mind. (CHUD)
JESUS CHRIST. A baby in China was born with two penises. Guess where the second one is? If this kid doesn't have a future in porn, then I don't even know what. (WorldOfWonder)
John Williams gave me the head's up on this list of the most cliched, hackneyed cinematic shots which should be forever banished from film vocabulary. (ReverseShot)
Sienna Miller clarifies her statements making fun of Pittsburgh while filming Mysteries of Pittsburgh, and surprise! She comes off like even more of an asshole. (Webster's)
Before everyone totally hijacks Dan's review of Observe and Report tomorrow debating on whether or not date rape is funny, here are some words from Seth Rogen and Anna Faris. Uhhh, I don't know if they're helping. (Jezebel)
Someone was decidedly unimpressed with the tagline for Crank 2. (AgentBedhead)
Would we rather Universal make a third "Riddick" film or Serentiy 2? Is that even like, a question? (RopeOfSilicon)
Here's a book about everything you ever wanted to know about baseball but were afraid to ask. I'm usually not afraid to ask, though, because my total sport ignorance is more or less assumed. (SecondPass)
After seeing this trailer for a documentary of grown men obsessed with Tiffany, it kind of makes me rethink singing "I Think We're Alone Now" at karaoke ever again. (WeAreMovieGeeks)
Why would anyone think to take a scan of their sandwich? Wouldn't that get your scanner messy? Well regardless, it makes for a good stomach rumble-inducing website. Thanks, Snath! (Scanwiches)
Here's a bunch of screenshots from the upcoming X-Men Origins movie including Ryan Reynolds as that fruity, whatever-he-plays mutant. I hope Hugh Jackman doesn't cry because I posted these. (FilmSchoolRejects)
Oh, snap! Kellogg's is instigating a straight up nerd rumble by putting out a Star Trek cereal that's similar to a -- gasp!! -- Star Wars cereal. (ImpulsiveBuy)
JP sent me this trailer yesterday, since he hadn't seen it posted in trade news which was apparently because Dustin had nothing to say about it. Not a single word. I admit, they almost fail me as well. Charlie Murphy playing a scientist? A basketball playing Frankenstein? I bring you Frankenhood:
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