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Thanks to the holiday weekend, Game of Thrones isn’t on tonight, but fortunately here’s Seth Rogen and Snoop Dogg high as shit recapping last week’s episode which I would easily watch 800 hours of every Sunday just to hear Snoop Dogg say, “Peeetah,” in a British accent. (Pro tip: It’ll seem like the video ends after a minute, but don’t bail because you’ll miss the riveting discussion on how almost every black dude on the show has no dick.) In the meantime, if you’re thinking to yourself, “Wait, this is the event Fish decided to interrupt his weekend to post about?” My response to you is, Wedding? What wedding? I don’t know what you’re talking about. *points* Holy shit, boobs! *ducks back into Memorial Day hole*
Mark Wahlberg Stands in Wheat Field with Giant Sword That’s Also Giant Gun for ‘Transformers 4′ Poster
Just like you always imagined was happening when you played with a toys.
Mysterious Death of Elisa Lam To Become Horror Film Called ‘The Bringing’, Because That’s a Gerund We Haven’t Used Yet
After what Deadline labeled a competitive bidding situation, Sony Pictures has acquired the rights to The Bringing, possibly the only remaining title for a horror film now that someone already took The Shuddering. The film reportedly deals with LA’s Cecil Hotel, the residence Richard Ramirez and Jack Unterweger famously laid their heads between serial killing people. That’s not the focus here, though. The pitch from Brandon and Phillip Murphy sees a man running into spooky stuff when investigating the death of Elisa Lam, the Canadian student who a year ago was found dead in the hotel’s rooftop water tanks. Her case became an internet controversy when the Cecil’s elevator video turned up online (below) and showed Lam acting inexplicably bizarre just before her death. There are various theories about what happened to her, but this film may be the first to suggest that we have the dark, mysterious forces of bringing to blame.
To everyone who shelled out for that Veronica Mars movie Kickstarter, here’s some definitive confirmation Kristen Bell did not secretly fund a When in Rome sequel. It’s a full trailer for the film, which sees the titular heroine dropping her potential law career to return home and solve another post-Nancy Drew mystery. It doesn’t seem to have really expanded much on the source material–plot, craft, or scope-wise–but it does, undoubtedly, look like a Veronica Mars movie. So maybe now creator Rob Thomas can get back to that Party Down thing?
As we’ve already learned he’s wont to do, Jean-Claude Van Damme has found himself once again getting a little too excited in public.
While posting this adjacent photo of his 1994 self caressing Stan Lee, the actor on Sunday decided to also propose a new Marvel connection, basically saying he’d be up for joining The Avengers 2, should Earth’s next threat require a 50-something Belgian guy.
“Well, it would be fun to play one of these types of amazing comic book characters again,” Van Damme wrote–but not without prompt, as he also made clear, “I read that Chris Hemsworth (star of “Thor” and brother of Liam Hemsworth, “The Expendables 2″) would like me to costar in “The Avengers 2″ movie!” Which, obviously, no, that’s not really the case–though it is slightly more true than you might imagine. LatinoReview points to this ten-month-old USA Today story, where The Avengers cast was asked who they’d add to the team. Chris Evans said Salma Hayek (she has yet to formally respond via Facebook), while Hemsworth did, in fact, say “Van Damme,” specifying: “from Bloodsport. A big kick to the alien head.”
So, yeah, you probably shouldn’t be expecting to see him in Avengers anytime soon. But on the plus side, you can apparently expect to see him rendered in oil paint very soon. “Keep an eye on my Facebook wall, everyone,” Van Damme writes, following a post in which he verifies that he is not dead. “I am announcing the ‘JCVD Artwork Contest’ soon.”
For more go to: tiny.cc Bebe (Marcia DeBonis) is getting ready for the most romantic encounter of her life, and she needs her best friend Dee Dee (Anne Heche) to cheer her on. Too bad Dee Dee is so cynical about dating that she shows up three hours late only to spew cigarette smoke and bitterness all over the morning coffee. And too bad Clementine, a train wreck of a stranger (Alia Shawkat,) has decided to invade their day with non-stoptalk about her nymphomaniac escapades. Looking to turn the day around, this fearsome threesome embark on a day of misadventure that only New York City can offer. “That’s What She Said” is a quirky and honest look at friendship in the face of adversity, asking one of life’s great questions: why does it always have to be so hard? (That’s what she said.) that’s what she said comedy anne heche marcia debonis alia shawkat watch full length movie part 1 of part1 exclusive leaked clips entire film scenes HD HQ high quality definition new release online free feature complete footage stream 2012 trailer 3D 3-D official blockbuster sequel news reviews latest 2011
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Documenting what is apparently becoming an increasingly-standard story of questionable modeling success, Girl Model follows a 13-year-old Russian girl scouted by a U.S. agency and quickly rushed off wholesale to Japan, where they somehow prize waif-like, pre-pubescent-looking white girls even more than we do. Highly-recommended viewing before you, the skinny Russian teenage girl readership, sign anything. Trailer below.
In fairness to the modeling people, it is often hard to answer questions regarding what the fuck is going on in Japan.
Remember those simpler days when whether or not you could understand Bane was the most contentious discussion going on about The Dark Knight Rises? Hark back to that naïve time with this video comparing the IMAX promo Bane voice with the voice Tom Hardy dubbed after Christopher Nolan had him record it again, but clearer, and with more Connery.
Side-by-side, even through the muffling of a bootlegger’s on-camera mic, no doubt the new voice is easer to comprehend. But why does its cadence also make me want to hear Bane excitedly cry, “Oooh, someone brought cookies!”?