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Olivia Munn Ruins Everything (But She Is Very Pretty)

By Dustin Rowles | Trade News | December 9, 2010 | Comments ()

Doesn't look absolutely terrible; mostly, it looks generic, like the show that comes on before "Modern Family" on ABC, the name of which completely escapes me.

  • To cheer you up, however, here's a promo for this weekend's "SNL" with guest host, Paul Rudd. Surely, they can't screw up an episode with Rudd, right?

    Of course they can. But until they do, I will maintain my optimism because the promo is fantastic.

  • In other news of marginal note, here's the first image from the fourth Pirates of the Caribbean movie, compliments of USA Today.


  • Warner Brothers has purchased the rights to Rentaghost, which is being described as some sort of British version of Beetlejuice, which will star Russell Brand. He will play a ghost who decides to be more productive in the afterlife than he was in real life by starting a business that rents out ghosts. It's based on a British comedy series that ran in the mid-70s to mid-80s. (Deadline)

  • Ridley Scott's protégé Carl Erik Rinsch, who has been attached to what seems like half a dozen projects (including the Alien prequel) but has yet to make his feature debut, is now making the long-in development 47 Ronin, an epic samurai 3D extravaganza that will star Keanu Reeves. (Slashfilm)

  • Irrfan Khan is now officially on board Ang Lee's big-screen adaptation of Life of Pi, as the adult veresion of Pi. Gerard Depardieu has also been cast as Chef. (Variety)

  • Finally, I have no idea if any of you will actually be interested in this, but here's a posthumous Michael Jackson video for "Hold My Hand" featuring Akon.

    (Via Vulture)

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