The awesome fantastic Fug Girls, writing for Vulture, have compiled ten television cameos guaranteed to boost ratings. Scott Speedman on “Running Wilde,” and Dawson on “Fringe,” are among the gems. (Vulture)
In case you missed Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps, here are the ten worst lines of the film, and there were plenty to choose from. (FilmDrunk)
Rachel Bilson, who is not Mila Kunis and don’t you forget that, has signed on to BFF and Baby, an indie comedy starring Krysten Ritter and Kate Bosworth. It’s about two best friends who fight to maintain normalcy in their friendship after one of them has a baby. It also has a heinous title. (Variety)
Jonathon Levine, he of The Wackness fame, is set to direct Little Girl Lost based on a crime novel about a private dick who discovers his high school girlfriend has become a stripper, and is now dead. He journeys to the seedy side to find the man responsible. Michael Bacall (Scott Pilgrim vs. the World) will pen the script. (THR)
Another day, another Steve Carell project. Now he’s attached to star, produce, and sing in Of All the Things, based on the music documentary about Dennis Lambert. (Variety)
Paul Haggis is in talks to direct the television remake of “The Equalizer,” which has Russell Crowe attached to star. (THR)
Mackenzie Foy, the cute little girl below, is apparently set to play Edward and Bella’s love child in Breaking Dawn.
“Mad Men’s” Jared Harris is the surprising choice to play Moriarity in Guy Ritchie’s Sherlock Holmes sequel, after rumors that a bigger name, like Brad Pitt, would take the role. And in case you can’t place that name with the face, here he is:
Brett Ratner is attached to the umpteenth project that he’ll probably never direct, this one about Charles Robert Jenkins, a POW during the Korean war who was forced to play an evil American in Korean propaganda films and became something of a celebrity over there. (Variety)
This will probably only be fun for you that were of age in 1989, but here’s a recreation of Bobby Brown’s “Every Little Step” video featuring Wayne Brady and Mike Tyson. You’ll think to yourself, “Why would I want to watch that?” But it will suck you in. Sometimes, there’s nothing more beautifully absurd than a faithful recreation.