Posts Tagged ‘another’
Just in case you weren't totally sure that Jelena had been reunited.
Over the weekend Biebs posted this photo to his Instagram with this caption: “You've been makin music for too long babe come cuddle” -her
Regarding that photo, I would like to add the following thoughts: “Cool hair, Biebs” and “For the love of god, please put a shirt on.”
Does this make Selena the Beileber Justin was thinking of when he posted this by default? Could be!
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The scandal story that shook the cycling world, revealing that 7-time Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong had actually been riding a small motorcycle most of the time, will now be told in theaters at least twice.
Deadline brings news that Warner Bros. has acquired a still-untitled Lance Armstrong project to compete against Cycle of Lies, the similar project Paramount and J.J. Abrams announced in January.
Their rival has a two-month head-start, and obviously the best title anyone will come up with, but Warner is reportedly moving quickly to catch up, already signing on Side Effects screenwriter Scott Z. Burns to write and Game Change director Jay Roach to helm. While the Paramount project is working from New York Times sports reporter Juliet Macur’s book on Armstrong’s career and allegations, Warner meanwhile has bought the life rights to Tyler Hamilton–an Armstrong teammate who was one of the first to come forward about drug use–and they’re now looking to secure the stories of other key players. Maybe Oprah. Or spandex.
Probably the fourth or fifth most crucial Beverly Hills Cop element–after Eddie Murphy, Detroit-Beverly Hills social disparity, Harold Faltermeyer’s “Axel F”, and maybe sweatshirts–has joined CBS’s pilot sequel to the Beverly Hills Cop films. TheWrap (via) reports Murphy and his new son, who is also Big Momma’s son, are to be joined by Judge Reinhold, returning to his beloved Reinhold role of William ‘Billy’ Rosewood. If the pilot goes to series, it’s unclear if he’d be a regular, but it’s said his character “has scored a big promotion from his old job.” So… he’ll be a judge, right?
David O. Russell’s mission to now put Jennifer Lawrence in every movie continues with great success: she’s going to be in the film after his next film, too.
Just last week brought news Lawrence would co-star in the Russell project formerly titled American Bullshit, and today The Hollywood Reporter brings word that the two are also going to collaborate on The Ends of the Earth. Despite the title’s similarity to so many other recent end-of-the-world films (see: This Is the End, The World’s End, Seeking a Friend for the End of the World), this has nothing to do with mankind’s imminent collapse; it focuses on just a single man’s collapse, telling the fact-based story of an oil tycoon who loses everything after he is caught in an affair. But perhaps finds that love is the truest oil? Something like that.
Eight years since his first psychological breakdown delighted audiences with delusional visions of celebrities hidden within museum exhibits, waiting until nightfall to come to life, beloved paranoid-schizophrenic museum guard Ben Stiller is going off his medication again for Night at the Museum 3! According to 20th Century Fox’s release, Shawn Levy is returning to direct the film, which will take place in a yet-unspecified museum that doesn’t do mental health checks. A release date is already set for December 25 of next year. Though none are named, “other familiar faces” are expected to return, and any and all prior stars could end up as surprise casualties of Stiller’s latest violent outburst. Happy Christmas!
Spoiling the film for everyone who hasn’t seen it yet, Judd Apatow has revealed that his children manage to survive to the end of This Is 40, and now he might make a movie just about them, too.
Just as he found Pete and Debbie to the be more interesting characters of Knocked Up explore, Apatow now thinks the couple’s daughters–his real life kids, Maude and Iris–would be the ideal subject for a future spin-off that would watch the girls mature into beautiful young women and/or dangerous sociopaths, depending on what direction he takes the script. Speaking to Getty (via), Apatow explained:
“I like that series Truffaut made where he visited the same character five different times in five different movies, and I think it’s fun to see people grow up. So I’m interested in it with Leslie and Paul, but even more so with Maude and Iris. I think it’s fun that we met Maude when she was eight years old, and she didn’t understand where babies came from, and then we see her five years later, and she’s just cursing and screaming and having teenager problems. And maybe in the next one she’s in college, so, you know.”
Sure, I know. As I’ve learned in my own life, the possibilities are endless when you start from not understanding where babies come from.
Having suitably harassed Tom Cruise in Jack Reacher, Werner Herzog moves on to study another alien culture dubious of medicine with Happy People: A Year in the Taiga. Co-directed by Dmitry Vasyukov, the documentary takes a rarely-seen look at the Siberia’s Bakhtia, an isolated village without roads, medical aid, or telephones but it looks like a decent amount of snow. But hey, word is they’re pretty content with that, so good for them.
Here’s the trailer, a desolate journey, silent except for the guiding voice of Herzog. Just like my nightmares!
Confident from having coaxed words out of rodents and Kevin Sorbo alike, the production company behind Alvin and the Chipmunks, Stuart Little, and Kull the Conqueror has announced plans to develop a feature film based on Mister Ed, that early ’60s sitcom about a talking horse.
If this news sounds familiar, it’s probably because Fox 2000 made the same announcement a year ago but seem to have since given up on the idea, as now Mister Ed is said to be in the hands of Waterman Entertainment–the moralistic company that also recently announced plans to do a CG/live-action remake of The Brave Little Toaster, all part of their broad plan to fill the next several generations of children’s minds with computer-generated talking things that shouldn’t be talking. As Waterman co-manager Cooper Waterman soullessly explained to Deadline:
“We are identifying properties that have had success with multiple generations of parents who feel comfortable and have excitement about reintroducing the characters and storylines to their own kids and grandkids. While each property remains independent of each other, they will share the commonality of addressing social values, morality lessons, and characteristics that are clearly identifiable for kids with comedic elements for all age groups.”
And sometimes “addressing social values” and “morality lessons” mean a talking horse, you know? Other times, it means a chipmunk eating a turd.