"American Idol" -- Now with More Annoying!
Can someone explain to me why Ellen DeGeneres is taking over for Paula Abdul on "American Idol?" I don't even watch Idol, but this seems like the most horrific miscasting ever. What is she gonna do, get up and dance if she likes something? (Yeeeah!)
Here's a six-pack of the six most unexpectedly awesome filmmakers. (PW)
Katherine Heigl is adopting a baby girl. Hold your applause! Of course she doesn't even have her yet and already managed to say something passive aggressively bitchy towards the kid. (Webster's)
Courtney Love thinks that the Kurt Cobain avatar in Guitar Hero basically desecrates his memory. And while Guitar Hero hasn't necessarily desecrated Cobain's memory any more than his batshit loony widow has -- she does have kind of a point in there somewhere. (Celebitchy)
We may be able to hold out some hope for The Green Hornet yet, because Nic Cage has officially bowed out. (Film Drunk)
Milla Jovovich is naked in some magazine called Purple, and do I mean naked. No thanks necessary, just doing my job. (Superior Gossip)
Here are the ten signs of post-apocalypse, as predicted by today's current popular film landscape. (Screen Junkies)
What do Dokken and a raw, whole chicken have in common? Why, computer security, obviously. (Warming Glow)
Netflix is treating everyone to a free screening of the newly remastered The Wizard of Oz on October 3rd, which is really a much nicer way of promoting themselves than those annoying goddamn pop-unders. (Gordon and the Whale)
Here are the most awesomely nerdy cereals of all time. Ha, I think I remember like, all of these. Bill and Ted's Excellent Cereal! (Topless Robot)
Yesterday I reported that Megan Fox wouldn't ever make a sex tape because she's afraid of looking like a "hippo," but it's too late -- her sex tape has already been leaked. (DListed)
The Telegraph posted a list of what they think are the 25 best novel-to-film adaptations. Thoughts? (Rope of Silicon)
Here's a "preview" from Kate is Enough: The Kate Gosselin Story, starring Kathy Griffin and George Takei. It is, in a word, amazing:
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