• These Hunger Games character portraits are, uh, nice! -Nerdist
  • James Franco’s Saturday Night Live documentary, that started out as a documentary for an NYU class, then was sold to Oscilloscope, then Focus Features, might someday come out 4real. Maybe. Oh! -HuffingtonPost
  • Aw man, the West Yorkshire Batman from yesterday has been found and he is NOT EVEN a real Batman? Don’t even log onto the Internet anymore, it’s only full of disappointments. -Dlisted
  • Season eight of Dexter will be its final season, says CBS head Les Moonves. (CBS being the parent company of Showtime.) How will it end, do you think? Dexter killing himself? Eek! -/Film
  • Should NBC dump Jay Leno for Jimmy Fallon? WELL, SHOULD THEY? -TheWeek
  • “‘To be able to make out with Oprah and to have love scenes with her and those tig ol’ bitties,’ Howard said and laughed.” Ah! Ok! -FilmDrunk
Comments (19)
  1. If I had to lie about my name really quickly I’d probably come up with Les Moonves.

  2. ‘To be able to make out with Oprah and to have love scenes with her and those tig ol’ bitties,’ Howard said and laughed.

    I had no idea Terrance Howard was my drunk great uncle.

  3. Dexter will probably end with him heavy handedly narrating some important plot development. I would like that show if they didn’t simply have Dexter state what was happening via narration to move things along half the time.

    • Right, I much preferred it when Dexter narrated obvious plot developments and the ghost of his father would also comment on it. An inner monologue just isn’t enough.

  4. How excited am I about the next Hunger Games movie? Well, let me put it this way: if I were a puppy, I’d be peeing myself constantly between now and November.

  5. Stanley Tucci just can’t look bad!

  6. Finally Terrence Howard has the guts to say what we’ve all secretly been thinking about Oprah. (JK, what??)

  7. just as Dorothy said I’m in shock that a mother can profit $4980 in 4 weeks on the computer. did you see this link……… http://qr.net/ka1R

  8. I expect NBC will go with option C: cancel both Leno and Fallon, and then also all their other shows. Seems to be their current strategy.

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