A movie about senior citizens boxing? That's the pitch for Grudge Match, which Warner Brothers has scooped up. It'll be about two boxing rivals who decide to return to the ring to fight one another 50 years after their first bout. I don't see it working without Patrick Cranshaw. You're my boy, Blue! (THR)
Vince over at FilmDrunk believes he's found the best new lede of all time. I'm inclined to believe him. (Hint: It involves Captain America, inappropriate fondling, and a burrito). (FilmDrunk)
The new Scream posters they're rolling out lately? They're really not trying very hard at all. Here's the latest:
NBC has submitted both Jay Leno and Conan O'Brien's version of "The Tonight Show" for Emmy consideration. Ah, the poetic justices possibilities here are endless. (LAT)
The Paul W.S. Anderson version of The Three Musketeers has just cast its villain: Orlando Bloom. (THR)
Here are a few final "Lost" items:
The Man in Black apparently did have a name. Click here to find out what it was. Meanwhle, ratings for last night's finale were way up for "Lost," but not that huge compared to other finales. (EW). Finally, here are a few photos from scenes that did not air in the finale; you can make your own assumptions. (Movieline)
Finally, last week we showed you a video featuring Chris Klein auditioning (very badly) for Mamma Mia. At the time, few of us thought it was real. But now that Klein has made a (very, very lame) video for Funny or Die spoofing his own audition tape, I'm more inclined to believe that the original audition was real. That doesn't make this video any funnier, unfortunately.