I have to admit this is pretty amusing if your bored at work.
Here's what I got:
Porn Name: Corporal Spankalot
Gangsta Name: Rotten G-Ride Bouncer
Mafia Name: Alphonso Chainsaw
Pirate Name: Brett the Black
Mexican Wrestler Name: Pantalones Fuerte
Taxi Driver Name(if anyone can pronounce it!): Xitotopaka Underwood
Exceedingly Cute Pet Name: Obese… Continue
Added by Ike on October 25, 2007 at 12:47am —
The Three Stooges was supposed to be the Farelly Brothers'
next movie after The Heartbreak Kid.
Their plan was to write and direct four slapstick shorts with new actors, just like the old Stooges shorts. But the studio would rather have them direct another raucous comedy, even with The Heartbreak Kid practically having been declared a flop.… Continue
Added by Leon on October 24, 2007 at 11:46pm —
One day before shooting began, Mark Wahlberg
stepped in to replace Ryan Gosling
in "The Lovely Bones,"
the Peter Jackson
-directed adaptation of the Alice Sebold novel for DreamWorks. Wahlberg has taken the role of Jack… Continue
Added by Leon on October 24, 2007 at 7:27pm —
You can't just laugh off Leonardo DiCaprio anymore. He and director Martin Scorsese are prepping their FOURTH film together. I don't know if Scorsese really is that fond of him, or thinks that actors with Di or De names are his good luck charm, but either way if you can impress this guy, you've gotta have something.
The new film is called Shutter Island based on a book by Dennis Lehane (Mystic River, Gone Baby Gone). Leo… Continue
Added by Cyrus on October 24, 2007 at 6:18pm —
Now THAT makes me interested in seeing this. I admit, I was that one guy who thought Harold & Kumar Go To White Castle was just ok. Not bad, but just meh. It was like a stoner movie for people who got all they know about actually being stoned from watching the movies. Gorram pot tourists. I admit that the Neil Patrick Harris part was frakking funny. Great oddball casting and it makes me happy to see that he'll be… Continue
Added by Cyrus on October 24, 2007 at 6:17pm —
- in millionaires
- in billionaires
- in military spending
- in firearm deaths
- in beef production
- in per capita energy use
- in carbon dioxide emissions (more than Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, India, Indonesia, Germany, Italy, Mexico, and the United Kingdom combined)
- in total and per capita municipal waste (720 kilograms per person per year)
- in hazardous waste produced (by a factor of more than twenty times our nearest competitor,… Continue
Added by carrotfire on October 24, 2007 at 2:00pm —
It's 8.58am right now, my guys at CAA get into the office in about
seven hours and my call will be waiting for them to talk about this. I
want to revamp Superman like Hillary wants thin ankles. Revamping this
franchise is what I as given fingers for and so, invited or not, I'm
putting my plan together now. I've been asked to work on half a dozen
screenplays lately, but this is the only… Continue
Added by Diana on October 24, 2007 at 11:21am —
It's weird. I've begun writing this blog, but I'm not yet sure
what I'm going to say. I'm not a huge fan of pointless blogs, so
writing this seems hypocritical on some level. I guess my theory is
that if I keep writing words, eventually something interesting will
come out. Here goes nothing.
I'm not a big fan of TV reality
shows that help people with their problems...*pause for onslaught of
angry responses*...let me clarify. I'm the type of person who… Continue
Added by Ike on October 24, 2007 at 8:09am —
You remember that scene in Return of the Jedi when Leah asks Han
what that matter is, and Han looks at the Millenium Falcon and says, "I
just got a funny feeling, like I'm not goint to see her again"? No?
Just me? Ok
Added by Ike on October 24, 2007 at 8:07am —
Yes my friends. At the stroke of midnight on Halloween, the biggest writers strike in 20 years will happen and that will signal the end deadline for all t.v. and film scripts to be turned in, until a contract is agreed upon between the writers guild and the movie studios and television networks. The Los Angeles Times broke an interesting story of what the big studios are having to deal with until the dead… Continue
Added by Co-Host 3000 on October 24, 2007 at 3:28am —
In a new bid to put pressure on Paul McCartney to cough up $100 million in their divorce settlement,
greedy Heather Mills is in talks with a Hollywood screenwriter about turning her life story into a movie and wants Reese Witherspoon to play her.
A well-placed source told the… Continue
Added by Leon on October 23, 2007 at 6:19pm —
Halle Berry was forced to apologize after making an anti-Semitic joke on The Tonight Show.
She was showing Jay Leno and the audience distorted pictures of herself and held up the first photo saying, "Here's where I look like my
It was a picture of her with a huge, distorted nose.
No one laughed, and Jay nervously said, 'I'm glad you said that and not
When the show aired, they cut out her 'Jewish' comment… Continue
Added by Leon on October 23, 2007 at 5:20pm —
I was not what you would call, a perfect student. When I was in school, I found myself easily distracted by girls, fantasy novels, writing band names on schoolbooks... By the time this dude who played the kettle drums in Band named Monster passed me a doobie at summer camp, it was a foregone conclusion that I was gonna dig it. If there had been such a thing as blogs back then I could have written an encyclopedic guide to snack foods.
About as motivated as I got, other… Continue
Added by Cyrus on October 23, 2007 at 4:07pm —
I could blog about nothing but remakes of horror films and still be able to post two items a day, I swear to FSM. So here it is, your daily entry in the pathetic remake-fest that Hollywood has become lately. I can understand the remakes of J-horror or otherwise non-English horror that makes its way over, even if I don't like it. But the American remakes of American films...well, not only are they out of ideas, it's like they're not even… Continue
Added by Cyrus on October 23, 2007 at 3:53pm —
is a story of two sisters Ava and Tanzie who enjoys material things like shopping and dating before their father's die. They don't care on their father's cosmetics company until scandal with their cosmetics products happen and they about to lose the company.So they need to investigate on the scandal of the products to proved that it's not the companies fault.
Added by Hersheys on October 23, 2007 at 1:52pm —
Just when you thought you had enough spoof films to avoid, you once again thought wrong. Yes good citizens, David Zucker is making his superhero spoof film called, you guessed it, "Superhero!" starring the legendary actor of stage and screen Leslie Nielson. Anyway, here is the story regarding the plot and the search for anyone who resembles the Pope and is desperate for work.
Added by Co-Host 3000 on October 23, 2007 at 3:26am —
Gah!!! Being a football fan has it's ups and downs. you sit there helplessly as they lose. you second guess the coach. You watch your D get punked 3rd down after 3rd down. Then you watch a 76yr old kicker end your night in a down note! Why oh why did we not run the ball. But the worse thing is Keith Oberman sticking up for my boys then they stink up the joint.
A side note. How is New england so goood? Tom (aka Satan) Brady threw 7 touchdowns on sunday. 7!!!!!!! was dfense optional?
Added by corey vire on October 23, 2007 at 3:06am —
If you regularly watch "Heroes" or other NBC shows like I do, you may have noticed how Jerry Seinfeld has personally been crowbarring plugs for his "Bee Movie" in every one of them lately. Really pushing it down our throats. Like, at this point there's no way it can make back enough money to cover the advertising budget alone.
Part of… Continue
Added by Leon on October 22, 2007 at 11:57pm —
I would have liked to be on set to see that argument:
One day before shooting began, Mark Wahlberg stepped in to replace Ryan Gosling in "The Lovely Bones," the Peter Jackson-directed adaptation of the Alice Sebold novel for… Continue
Added by Cyrus on October 22, 2007 at 10:48am —
News out of this past weekend's International Horror & Sci-Fi Film
Festival at the Harkins Centerpoint Theate in Tempe - Linda Blair,
there to introduce THE EXORICST, hinted that a remake of the film is in
the works.... and judging by the look on her face, she's not happy
It has officially gotten out of hand.
Remake The Hitcher, fine.
Remake Halloween, You're off your rocker but… Continue
Added by Cyrus on October 22, 2007 at 10:35am —