Will Forte is leaving “SNL,” or he was fired. Either way, he won’t be back next season. So long, MacGruber and a half a dozen other skits that weren’t very funny. You’ll be missed, but not really.
So, they’ve apparently cast Tom Cruise’s sidekick for the next Mission Impossible, and it’s a great choice: Jeremy Renner. He was picked, apparently, because in future installments of the franchise, Cruise’s role may diminish, and Renner seems like the kind of guy that could move into the central role. I agree. (Deadline) Moreoever, the next movie likely won’t called called Mission Impossible IV. It’s more likely to be a complete reboot, with a different title. In fact, word is that the next installment won’t deal with a team of operatives; it’ll mostly focus on just Cruise and Renner. (Variety via Playlist). You know what? I don’t even care. All you had to say was Renner, plus director Brad Bird (Iron Giant, The Incredibles), and I’m sold.
I Love You, Phillip Morris, the Jim Carrey/Ewan McGregor gay dramedy that’s had a hell of a time finding distribution over the last two years, will finally be released on December 3rd. Mark your … you know what? Don’t worry about it.
This is not movie related. Just a PSA for the Ladies: Next time you ask your boss for a raise, some friendly advice from your pals over at Summer’s Eve: Wash your vagina first. Nothing says confidence like a clean vagina. (Jezebel)
Stephen Dorff and Maria Bello have signed on to the indie thriller, Carjacked, about a single mother and her child who are carjacked by a thief who has no intention of letting them go. (The Wrap)
And don’t forget to pack Summer’s Eve cleansing cloths in your purse, for that fresh pick-me up throughout the day. Or, in case you spill coffee on your vagina. (Jezebel)
Nicholas D’Agosto (Fired Up, “Heroes”), Ellen Wroe and Meghan Ory have joined the cast of 5nal Destination, a 3D exploration of the male prostate. (BD)
Charming Potato, his wife, Jenna Dewan (Step Up); pals Anna Faris and her husband, Chris Pratt; Chris Pine; and Scott Porter (Friday Night Lights) are joining the cast of “Ten Year, an ensemble drama about friends reuniting a decade after their graduation. Jamie Linden (We Are Marshall) is penning the script. (THR)
James Wan is set to direct an adaptation of the graphic novel, Nightfall. (Deadline)
On the day of an important meeting, don’t forget to eat a healthy breakfast. It does wonders for your vagina. (Jezebel)
The Dudes who wrote Kung Fu Panda are now the dudes who will write the Karate Kid sequel. (THR)
Dora the Explorer has been on for 10 years now. And since 2002, it has generated $11 billion in worldwide sales. Hooray? (Yahoo)
Christopher McQuarrie (The Usual Suspects) is adapting the British mini-series Unforgiven for the American screen. The script is being tailored for Angelina Jolie. (Is that mini-series any good? Because that’s just what I need: Another British series to add to my growing list). (Deadline)
Worried that you’ll get pasta sauce stains on your vagina during your workday lunch break? Don’t sweat it. That’s what Summer’s Eve Cleansing Cloths were designed especially for. And failing that, just Shout it out with Shout® Advanced Stain-Lifting Foam. Feel that burn? That means it’s working!