• Scarlett Johansson is engaged to some dude. THEY GIVE AWAAWDS FOR ENGAGEMENTS. -Dlisted
  • Benedict Cumberbatch is going to take the lead role of Percy Fawcett in Lost City of Z. Just when you’ve crawled almost all the way to the dumpster, life throws you a line! -Deadline
  • Dave Chappelle spoke about his Hartford, Connecticut experience on stage in Chicago on Tuesday night, and you can read a bit of what he said at the Hollywood Reporter. Mostly just, “The crowd was actually pretty funny now that I think about it, to be honest I really love those guys” jk. -THR
  • Transformers 4 has a title. Is it Transfourmers? Transthreemers Four? Click 2 find out! -FilmDrunk
  • Jared Harris, of Mad Men, has been cast in Gil Kenan‘s upcoming remake of Poltergeist! Do you think it will be good? Ugh, if only I had a time machine so I could FF time and see if we should be excited about this remake! -/Film
  • And, in our final bit of casting news for the morning (“noooooo”), Ian McKellen has been cast as Sherlock Holmes in Bill Condon’s A Slight Trick of the Mind. -ScreenDaily
Comments (10)
  1. Tis Thursday, but if you think about it, Thursday is an abstract concept that could be considered Friday if you only free your mind of the government’s oppressive calendar rules. Half baked college freshman ramblings like this and more at:


  2. I am just LOVING all the talk in the past 24 hours of bombing specific cities. Considering that we’re in the middle of a contentious discussion about bombing Syria, it’s not ill-timed or tone-deaf or glib AT ALL.

  3. Poltergeist remake fail. Unless Jared is not playing the Craig T Nelson role, but this dude instead:

  4. want to be really disgusted this morning? click on the chappelle article and then read the comments, does everything need to deteriorate so quickly on the internet?

  5. Transformers: Age of Extinction. Let’s hope the series doesn’t go extinct! #transformersforever

  6. I’ve read the first 5 pages of the Lost City of Z about 100 times…followed by the 100 deepest sleeps of my lifetime.

    I’m 100% sure that book is great, it’s just that the intricate details of “The Real Cartographers of English Social Exploration Clubs” is sooooooooooooo boring.

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