• “ANUSTART” vanity license plate spotted in Helen, Georgia. -Uproxx
  • Rick Santorum is now the CEO of EchoLight Studios, which produces and distributes “faith-based, family films across all releasing platforms.” Coooooool! Ugh, I’m so happy for him. -FilmDrunk
  • What would it be like of John Lennon auditioned for The Voice? Probably terrifying! That guy is dead! A ghost?! A ghost auditioning for The Voice?! Give me a break!!!! Get outta here with that spooky story! -HyperVocal
  • There’s going to be an Encyclopedia Brown movie franchise. Sure. That already exists enough, what have we been waiting for? -NextMovie
  • Speaking of, the producer of the Asteroids movie has described as, “…not a disaster movie, yeah, if we’re successful at getting it made. It’s much more of a space opera.” Okay! Lots of cool things headed our way! -/Film
Comments (6)
  1. This is the most depressing edition of the Afternoon Links yet.

  2. There’s already an Encyclopedia Brown tv series and it’s actually pretty bitchin’. It was directed by “Savage” Steve Holland of Eek The Cat/Better Off Dead fame. It also includes the first instance I recall of anyone ever saying “bitchin’,” which blew my tiny mind at the time.

    • i remember when helga said “crap” in an episode of hey arnold! and eight year old me was like “CAN THEY DO THAT??” it still kind of weirds me out how frequently they use the word “sexy” on adventure time.

      also, instead of making an encyclopedia brown four quadrant franchise or whatever, can’t we just make a sequel to mystery team?

  3. The debut film from Rick Santorum’s studio is called The Redemption of Henry Meyers. Can you say “crossover success?”

  4. I submit Rick Santorum’s studio’s first production as the next installment of WMOAT!!!!!!!!!

  5. Here’s my Encyclopedia Brown story, and its totally off-topic. I was friends with the kid who played EB on the HBO series, Scott Bremner. Scott was the son of the owner of the Calgary Flames and was a bit “bratty”. We were in the same Legal Studies class during grade 11. He wasn’t a bad kid, but just needed to fuck up in order for people to pay attention to him. He was a bad student, but a nice guy. He dropped out or stopped going to school the next year, but we kept in touch. I learned of his death on the week after Easter. He was driving to Ontario to live with his mom. The police said he fell asleep and hit a rock head on and died. He was the first person I had ever had a conversation with so close to their death.

    Okay, everybody have a fun day!

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