Looks like Jonah Hill is getting fat again. Good.
Word around campus is that there could be a TV series in the works based on the 1992 Brett Leonard film "The Lawnmower Man". David Titcher is already working on a script for the pilot and plans to announce the show are rumored to be in line for this year's Cannes. So see, there's no reason to go to Cannes. You can just read my news and eat a croissant.
I could have sworn filming had already begun but according to Tom Hardy he's been on stand by for "Mad Max: Fury Road" for over two years and doesn't expect to see things moving along anytime soon. Now that I think of it I'm pretty sure I remember filming already being done and the movie being released. I loved it! Yeah that's right I loved it. This Tom Hardy guy is a giant liar. Who are you going to believe? Pick a side. Now.
There can only be one "Highlander" remake! Well there can be more than one I guess. There can be as many as Hollywood wants. But the one it wants right now may have in fact found a leading man in the form of hunky boom box profit Ryan Reynolds. Nothing has been confirmed and so far no official offers have been made but I'm being 100% honest here, I have no idea what that last part means. It sounds really cool though.
It's a day of old things being new my friends. That might not make sense but let's just go with it. today we've got news from the "Blade Runner" camp that the new film will be a sequel that will pick up shortly where the 1982 original left off. Which is fun because the original was set in 2019, which is really only a few years away. So let's see how they lie their way out of this one.
Some men leave flowers, some men leave chocolate and still some other men leave porn and dildos on a woman's doorstep. Those last few go to jail by the way. It's a big time illegal thing to do.
A Maryland man is under arrest after pulling a fire alarm at a crowded theater during a showing of "The Avengers" because he was angry with the theater's decision to put closed captioning up with the film. I can't even begin to count how many times I've set off the fire alarm just to get out of having to read.