will perform on the Superbowl XLVI Halftime Show. If I were booking
this event and needed to get a pop star, I would have went to Katy Perry
first, and she’ll do anything including “The Smurfs” and Russell Brand.
Larry King wants to be cryogenically frozen when he dies.
Alec Baldwin was removed from an American Airlines flight because he was playing Words with Friends on his cellular telephone.
Angelina Jolie is in talks to star in Luc Besson’s next film.
“The Rock” Johnson wants to be in Michael Bay’s weightlifting movie.
Why is this fucking happening? The Rock is a good casting choice, but
who, outside of my dad, is going to see a weightlifting movie?
Thurman has joined the upcoming TV series “Smash,” a program about
putting together a Broadway musical that is attempting to piggyback on
the success of “Glee.”
Ritchie is attached to direct a movie version of “The Man From
U.N.C.L.E.” Yeah, keep Ritchie on movies that I would never want to see
is planning on making a new adaptation of “American Psycho.” Why? Who
the fuck knows. The Christian Bale original is perfect.
Sacha Baron Cohen joins the cast of “Les Miserables,” just as ironic Borat impressions are coming back.
Movies Out This Weekend
Year’s Eve - Garry Marshall brings us this awful looking
romantic comedy about the titular evening. Ain’t it Cool News said that
it stinks like “warmed over rhino balls.” Now, that is a pretty bad
review! This movie stars a lot of old people like Halle Barry, Michelle
Pfeiffer, Common, Robert De Niro and Jessica Biel. The only people who
are going to really want to see this movie are elderly people like
Glenn’s parents (they’re 80 years old).
Sitter - Jonah Hill stars in this babysitting comedy by the
same director as the “classic” “Your Highness.” This film is for teens.
You got your movie for elderly people and you got your movie for
teens, but what do you have for me, Hollywood? And I’m not talking to
the Meshach Taylor character from “Mannequin,” but the movie making
city. Does it matter that “Twilight 3: Still Twilightin’” is going to
probably still destroy these two films at the box office? Last week no
new movies were even released, so this week two shitty movies are
released. Go see “The Muppets.”
night’s episode of “Community” was the last before they began their
forced hiatus. NBC is putting “Up All Night” in their slot, but it is
still going against the most popular sitcom on TV, “The Big Bang
Theory.” I think NBC is going to learn that they shouldn’t put anything
against TBBT. They should just put a rerun of “Seinfeld” in that slot.
NBC is the worst network on TV, and if you pay attention to anything
they do outside of their Thursday comedy block, you can really tell why
they’re getting destroyed in the ratings. But, at least they’re beating
the CW network. The episode of “Community” was excellent, by the way.
It was a spot-on parody of “Glee,” with hilarious musical numbers.