Real Life "Teen Wolves" Spotted in Texas
In news that's more mysterious and shocking than anything that probably happened on "Lost" last night -- Brittany Murphy's overweight, skeevy widower Simon Monjack was found dead last night at 39 years old. (Yeeeah!)
Speaking of people who should be found dead somewhere, Joe Francis has popped up to remind people that he still exists and is still a giant asshole. (Evil Beet)
So. Lindsay Lohan is due to appear in a Los Angeles court this morning (which she will probably be leaving wearing new shiny metal bracelets) and good thing she prepared by being photographed with cocaine. Update tomorrow. (Celebslam)
Martin Scorsese wants Al Pacino and Robert De Niro to reunite again to play Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra in a biopic. Ehh. It sounds like it makes more sense than Righteous Kill I guess. (The Playlist)
American Apparel isn't doing well. I'm kind of amazed it's taken this long, but I guess people finally realized that they don't want to pay upwards of $30 for a T-shirt during a recession. (Agent Bedhead)
Here are five "Lost" spin-offs we'd like to see happen. Or you'd like to see happen, since, as I've mentioned many, many times, I never watched the show. (Unreality)
If you don't want to pay $10 to see a movie right away or wait three months to rent it from Netflix for part of your membership, a new proposal will let you watch theatrical releases only a month after the fact and pay two to three times as much for it. Where do I sign up?! (Cinematical)
Good news! Paula Abdul is going to be giving her drugged-up, incoherent brand of constructive criticism on a new dance show now. (Warming Glow)
Oh, this is delightful: Here are five boogers that changed the world. (Frothy Girlz)
HOLY MOTHER OF GOD. You know those times where I feign ambiguous horror over a link without telling you what it is and then you all go and click anyway and bitch at me over the contents of said link? This is one of those times. Ha ha, suck it, suckers. (Film Drunk)
Yeeeesch. Burger King is making ribs now. It's funny, because they look gross but then apparently they also taste gross, too. (Impulsive Buy)
Here's a flowchart to determine what TV game show you should go on. (Holy Taco)
And since I figure I should have some sort of "Lost"-related video today, here are adorable kittehs summing up "Lost" in one minute:
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