Articles in the Video Category
A Firefly loyalist recently approached David O. Russell, director of The Fighter, to replace Mark Wahlberg for Nathan Fillion in his upcoming film, Uncharted. I love Firefly as the next guy, but I know that I’m in no position to give advice to a director on decisions that have million-dollar consequences.
Diddy threw a party for a recent album release, I believe. But it could’ve easily been mistaken for another one of his name changes. The setting is important because Diddy’s parties is one of the few places where this could have happened. One of the model’s hair caught fire while in a bathtub. Cue laughter.
If the name Tom Shadyac doesn’t ring a bell, it should. He directed some of our favorite Jim Carrey movies in the 90’s as well as one memorable Eddie Murphy movie. You’d think he’d be happy. Instead of reveling in his success, he’s given up all worldly possessions and filmed a socially conscious documentary.
Robert Pattinson, in an effort to shed his sparkly image, has decided to go the weird route for his career. He will play the carnival veterinarian. Also under the big top, we have Reese Witherspoon not playing someone’s girlfriend/wife/love interest. Ok, I take that back. She does play Pattinson’s love interest, but this time, she’s a carnie!
Kansas has got to be the most simplest state ever in the history of film. If it wasn’t, there wouldn’t be so many movies reminding us of that we aren’t in Kansas anymore. When Dorothy spouted these famous lines, a cliche was born. Since then, we’ve been comparing our current surroundings as the opposite of a place we’ve never been to.
Everyone knows that a Friday night is where you send a show to die, especially on Fox. Well Fox has taken this fact and flipped it into one very proud and unconvincing promo for the sci-fi drama, Fringe. Watch the video try to sell us on Freaky Friday.
This has gotta be the best Mark Wahlberg meme since “Say Hi to Ya Mutha Fuh Me.” And in the spirit of the award season, we have to add that this clip is for your consideration for Mark Wahlberg in the category of “Best of Everything.” Who’s gonna win the award? NAWT YOU!
When I saw this posted online yesterday, I promised myself that I would put it up today because it deserves its own post instead of being dumped in our Neighborhood Links. After watching the Fast Five trailer, it definitely looks better than what I expected. Speaking of expectations, surpassing them is this franchise’s legacy.