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May 25, 2009

Things we don't need -- a Twitter-based reality show

Web service Twitter plans TV competition series - Yahoo! News

The social-networking service said Monday it has teamed with Reveille productions and Brillstein Entertainment Partners to develop an unscripted series based on the site, which invites 140-character postings from members around the world.

The show would harness Twitter to put players on the trail of celebrities in an interactive, competitive format.

The producers call their proposed series the first to bring the immediacy of Twitter to the TV screen.

May 23, 2009

If the characters on Lost told the truth

If The Characters on 'Lost' Told the Truth | Cracked.com

Sawyer’s Diary of Feelings and Crap,

I’m runnin’ outta nicknames. For the last month I’ve just been calling everybody “homo.” Don’t think nobody’s finding it all that endearing anymore. Thought I’d step up my game last week and try something new, but I drew a complete blank and ended up calling Claire’s ghost “chucklenuts.” I think that was from a Jerky Boys CD.

My hair has officially gone from ‘sexy, primal mane’ to ‘unattractive, vegan hippy nest.’

Nobody cares how troubled you are when you smell like sweat and old fruit.

May 21, 2009

Michael Moore preparing to turn sights on Wall St

AFP | Michael Moore preparing to turn sights on Wall St
Oscar-winning director Michael Moore vowed Thursday to turn his sights on the Wall Street chieftains blamed for the global economic meltdown in a new documentary to be released later this year. Moore, whose past targets have included President George W. Bush, the US healthcare system and the gun lobby, said his as yet untitled film would be released on October 2. “The wealthy, at some point, decided they didn’t have enough wealth. They wanted more — a lot more — so they systematically set about to fleece the American people out of their hard-earned money,” Moore said. “Now, why would they do this? That is what I seek to discover in this movie.”

May 18, 2009

This Got Me Misty Eyed the Second Time Through

Last Day Dream [VIDEO] Last Day Dream [HD] from Chris...

Snow White and the Seven Shaolin Monks

Martial-arts Snow White adaptation moves forward | SCI FI Wire

What the fuck?

Screenwriter Scott Moore told reporters that he and writing partner Jon Lucas wrote a draft of a Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs update called Snow and the Seven.

"It's a retelling of Snow White in British colonial China with seven Shaolin monks," Moore said in a group interview in Las Vegas on Sunday while promoting The Hangover.

NYT's Dowd Admits Plagiarizing Blog

NYT's Dowd Admits Plagiarizing Blog - CBS News
The error appeared in Dowd's Sunday column, in which she criticized the Bush administration's use of interrogation methods in the run-up to the Iraq war. In the original column, Dowd wrote: "More and more the timeline is raising the question of why, if the torture was to prevent terrorist attacks, it seemed to happen mainly during the period when the Bush crowd was looking for what was essentially political information to justify the invasion of Iraq." Marshall last week wrote virtually the same sentence. But where Dowd's column used the phrase "the Bush crowd was," Marshall used "we were."
Here is a sidebar to an Aug. 28, 2008 Slate.com article: "Why Biden's Plagiarisms Shouldn't be Forgotten," which provides three examples of Biden's borrowing collected by Maureen Dowd.

Scott Pilgrim director Edgar Wright's blog

plus2againstgirls.jpgMay 16th, 2009 : Edgar Wright Here
Taken 4.00, Saturday morning…
From the comments:
One swing of that hammer with your man-arms and my head will be pasta salad!

May 15, 2009

Fox renews Dollhouse

Surprise: Fox RENEWS 'Dollhouse'--The Live Feed

In a stunning move, sources say Fox has renewed Joss Whedon’s “Dollhouse” for next fall.

The official announcement will not be made until Monday at the network's upfront presentation, but sources confirm a deal has been struck for another 13 episodes.

The low-rated Friday night show was last seen given up for dead by the media in a field somewhere.