I know, I know, I'm devastated too. Can't Russell T. Davies just keep him on a leash or something? Only let David do things that are pre-approved by him? But really, David? St. Trinians? What made him agree to this? Was it Colin Firth and Russell Brand signing back on? Was it that in between the last film and this one, the Director did the latest Dorian Gray adaptation, so maybe he does have talent after all?
Honestly though, I'm going to have to find David and have words with him about this.
Maybe I can convince him to do another Casanova miniseries, because that was fantastic. I would not have a problem with David just playing Casanova for the rest of his career, interspersed with Doctor Who cameos, obviously.
So there's Up, Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs, Where the Wild Things Are, Dorian Gray, Sherlock Holmes, The Fantastic Mr. Fox, The September Issue, and now there's this:
Seriously. The end of this year is just too much. I'm going to go broke from going to the movies, like, 5 times a week. On the other hand, so excited for ALL of these. And all the other good films coming out. I think Jason Bateman has about 4. That man just doesn't stop.
Oh, and Whip It, a film about roller derbys starring Ellen Page directed by Drew Barrymore is pretty much going to be the best. So yeah. Just thought you should know where I'll be the next 4 months. I like to sit halfway between the middle and the back, in the middle of the theatre, and my phone will be on silent.
"Death Cab for Cutie has scored the leading single spot for the forthcoming Twilight Saga: New Moon soundtrack, with an all-new track Meet Me On the Equinox." No. This isn't happening. I... I... I just really hope it's just for the money.
And then, further down in the article, it gets worse:
"New Moon director Chris Weitz told hitflix.com that Bon Iver, Band of Skulls and Thom Yorke would all have a place on the soundtrack... he was continuing to try and rope in Kings of Leon for an all-new track."
Well, now I'm just confused. Bon Iver, Band of Skulls and freaking Thome Yorke agree to this, and yet Kings of Leon, biggest independent-turned-commercial success of the last 5 years, are holding out?
Clearly R.Patz wants to bump up his musical cred and has put some sort of mind control drug in the chai lattes of everyone who's agreed, but hasn't been able to get to Kings of Leon water supply yet.
Everything like this ALWAYS turns out to be R.Patz's fault.
Just a warning Robert, when 12yr old girls maul Kristen Stewart to death in an attempt to get to you, it will be YOUR FAULT.
Seriously though, Bandslam is really terrible. In a fantastic way.
Lmao, stop pretending that you actually learned how to play the guitar. Really Ness.
And she owns a house? Goddamn bitch is younger than me and she probably has a mansion in the Hollywood Hills. Well, now I'm annoyed. I could've acted better in Bandslam than she did, and I really can't act.
Seriously Vanessa, unless it's High School Musical 4: The College Years, I am not interested in anything you act in anymore.
P.s. someone please make High School Musical 4: The College Years, that would be awesome.
This is the trailer for the 1991 movie Nothing But Trouble. If you haven't seen it, you really really should. It's the most stunningly awesome bad movie I've ever seen (and I've seen a lot). John Candy plays 2 characters, Dan Aykroyd plays 3, plus directing. Honestly. It's just insane.
If the trailer doesn't hook you in (which it won't), I should mention it has 2Pac. Not even kidding. He raps and everything. Did I mention this movie is MENTAL?
It's like a horribly mediocre mainstream Hollywood rendition of Rocky Horror Picture Show but without any of the stuff that makes Rocky Horror watchable. Seriously you need to see it. It actually made my brain hurt it was that bad.
One of the greatest screenwriters in history and arguably the most influential Hollywood writer-producer-director of the late 80s is dead.
Seriously, he's my favourite director. Without John Hughes we wouldn't have teen films like we do now. Without John Hughes we would have never known the awesomeness of John Candy, and of course, without John Hughes Macaulay Culkin would never have been. The film industry would be a different place if he hadn't been around. He proved to mainstream Hollywood that you can make a commercially successful film that is still brilliantly acted and has an insanely clever script. He showed them that mainstream Hollywood audiences aren't idiots. Seriously. God damn. He was amazing.
Without him, redheads wouldn't have Molly Ringwald as proof that they can succeed.
Can I just point out that Home Alone is still today the most successful live-action comedy of all time. OF ALL TIME people. The man was clever, smart and an insanely good writer.
Yes, his best work was behind him, but I don't care damnit. I love his movies so much. Okay, I'm done.
"Naked blonde walks into a bar with a poodle under one arm, and a two-foot salami under the other. Bartender says I guess you won't be needing a drink. Naked blonde says..."
Twilight fans clearly haven't studied metaphors in school yet.
I was scrolling this twilight forum because the fangirls (apparently there are some pre-pubescent boys as well!) were getting up in arms about Stephen King saying Stephanie Meyer can't write, which is fantastic and hilarious at the same time, and as I scrolled I saw this for just a second and thought "Huh, why does a twilight fangirl have a Chronicles of Narnia sig?" and then looked closer and couldn't quite believe it for a second.
I'm totally, like, printing this off and having it framed, and, like, totally going to stalk R.Patz until he signs it for me, like.
And then I'll sell it on eBay, back to the fangirl whose sig it is. Oh, the joy of a flawless plan.