Posts Tagged ‘Worry’
Ensuring that Sharknado and Sharknado 2: The Second One can be viewed as one cohesive body, a vast cyclone of tooth-filled cartilage that we may judge future shark tornado cinema on, SyFy has confirmed that Sharknado stars Tara Reid and Ian Ziering will be returning for the sequel. Reed and Ziering will reportedly reprise their respective roles as April and, ugh, Fin as the two take to New York City, where surely sharknadoes are a possible weather occurrence, right? So you’d think! Turns out, nothing attracts a sharknado like the chance to meet their least-favorite blonde from a high school series.
A Pizza Planet delivery truck has appeared in every Pixar film except The Incredibles, and, in a triumph for anachronisms, the tradition has continued into the recently-released Brave. The studio is apparently pretty proud of this, as today they sent out the above photo to reveal just where they squeezed the truck in this time: as a carving in the witch’s cottage. They’re also pretty proud they snuck Monsters, Inc.‘s John Goodman monster into the film, and below you can see another just-released still showing how they did that. Hint: it also involves wood!
Now I want pizza. And a relaxing woodworking hobby.
Ever since J.J. Abrams’ rebooted Star Trek left us with the reaction, “Yeah, that was a pretty OK Star Trek,” there’s been some lingering doubt over whether Abrams would return to the director’s chair. We all kind of assumed he would, but his refusal to give a definitive commitment, even over two years later, raised an interesting counterpoint: hm, maybe he won’t. Anyway, Vulture is now reporting a firm attachment by the director, adding that “pre-production is underway, that the script will be done by month’s end and that Abrams will start shooting this winter.” So, Trekkers, stop worrying about that; start worrying about if this alternate timeline will require a different set of humpback whales to save the future if the original timeline’s Kirk and Spock have already taken George and Gracie from the past. Where will we find more whales???
Hey, did you like that Thor movie? Well, then the good news is, though Kenneth Branagh is leaving the franchise, at least one of the film’s three credited screenwriter will be returning to write the sequel. The bad news: it’s probably the worst of the three credited screenwriters. While the Thor writing team of Ashley Miller and Zack Stentz also worked on the similarly well-regarded X-Men: First Class, it’s solo scriptwriter Don Payne who’s been tasked with writing Thor 2. Payne’s prior work includes the Uma Thurman comedy My Super Ex-Girlfriend and Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer, neither of which speak well for his ability to write a superhero movie. If Thor slips in an “It’s HAMMER TIME!” this go, now you know who to blame.
Is Hulu in the Offing for Xbox LIVE?
The latest pre-E3 game-a-palooza rumor has it that Microsoft’s planning to announce Hulu support for Xbox LIVE during its press conference at the show on Monday June 14.
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Hulu to be added to Xbox Dashboard, source says
With E3 just around the corner, rumors about the show and possible reveals have been flying around faster than ever. The most recent addition to the rumor mill is Microsoft’s latest Xbox Live service: Hulu.
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As Unlimited Data Plans End, App Makers Worry
As AT&T adopts tiered pricing, developers wonder whether consumers will lose their appetite for innovative features and bandwidth-heavy video.
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Jealous Justin Bieber Fans Sending Kardashian ‘Death Threats’
Kim Kardashian is feeling the wrath of Justin Bieber fans – they’ve been sending her “death threats” after the teen idol jokingly referred to the socialite as his “girlfriend” following a meeting…
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Kim Kardashian Receives Death Threats From Jealous Justin Bieber Fans
Here are two things we learned about Justin Bieber’s fans recently: they go bananas while they wait for him to perform and they really can’t take a joke. The latter is something reality TV star Kim Kardashian learned in a scary way this week. 16-year-old Bieber met and posed for photos with 29-year-old Kardashian at the […]
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Don’t Worry, Justin Bieber Does Actually Know What the Word ‘German’ Means
He just thought the interviewer was saying ” Jewman .” Huh! [ Justin Bieber/Twitter ] Read more posts by Edith Zimmerman Filed Under: music , clickables , german , justin bieber
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