Posts Tagged ‘Mars’
We almost forgot how much we missed Veronica Mars!! Almost!
The old show’s perfectly preggo star Kristen Bell watched hockey with her hunky hubby lover Dax Shepard on Wednesday when she “accidentally” ran into two of her old co-stars!
Kristen flaunted her baby bump to Max Greenfield & her TV dad Enrico …
Through a tragic oversight, somehow this didn’t already happen a decade or so ago, so Lionsgate-Summit has gotten straight to work at the necessary task of putting Reese Witherspoon in an adaptation of Men Are from Mars, Women Are from the Venus, the relationship self-help book that humorously posited men and women are from separate planets. Haha, men and women are very different! Reese Witherspoon will finally prove that, and then hopefully fall in love with a jerk with a heart of gold.
Aiding Witherspoon in her ’90s comedienne-like task is director Bryan Buckley. Though this would be his first feature, he’s apparently quite a force in the commercial world. According to Deadline’s report, he’s directed over 40 of the expensive, sadly-anticipated spots for the NFL’s biggest night, earning him the nickname “King of the Super Bowl.” (At least until Elton John took the title through painful literalness.) More recently, he directed those Apple Siri spots, which relevantly showed how men be usin’ Siri to chill gazpacho, women be usin’ Siri to figure out if falling water is rain.
Production is expected to begin in January, so in the meantime, keep an eye on TBS to make doubly-sure no one already made this, because it still really feels like someone must have. Matthew McConaughey would probably be in it.
Justin Bieber, Bruno Mars, Chris Colfer Make Time ‘s 100 Most Influential List
Amy Poehler, Blake Lively, and Prince William and Kate Middleton also on the list.
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Barack Obama Praises Gabrielle Giffords for the Time 100
There’s a lot to grumble about with the Time 100 – Blake Lively was great in The Town , but I think Mohamed Bouazizi’s self martyrdom that kicked off the Tunisian revolution and the Arab Spring in general might have been slightly more globally influential – but still, the list is an interesting look at the world we live in. Regardless, Barack Obama’s blurb for Gabrielle Giffords’ inclusion on …
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John Travolta and Uma Thurman reuniting on the big screen
Jessa Picazo John Travolta and Uma Thurman are reuniting on the big screen. The duo will appear in the Oliver Stone film, Savages . The movie is about a pair of marijuana growers who find themselves in trouble when their friend, O, gets kidnapped by the Mexican drug cartel. Taylor Kirsch and Aaron Johnson are cast to play the pot growers and Blake Lively will play O. Benicio Del Toro is set to …
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Angry Birds game creators set sights on Hollywood
* Angry Birds CEO says had takeover approaches
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‘Expendables’ wins weekend with $34.8M debut
Sylvester Stallone’s action romp “The Expendables” has captured the No. 1 spot at the weekend box office with a $34.8 million debut.
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Bruno Mars Is Not Soft
Bruno Mars is having a good year—so good, in fact, that he’s taken to calling 2010 “The Year of the Mars.” One of his songs topped Billboard ‘s Hot 100 this spring, while another spent last week at No. 11, sandwiched between the latest from Jason Derulo and Drake, respectively. Of cou…
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