Horror Headlines: Monday November 8th, 2010
Hayden Panettiere, Nikki Reed and Rebecca De Mornay are confirmed for the upcoming High School thriller "Downers Grove". I was going to make a joke about how it's ridiculous that Panettiere is playing a High School student but apparently she is only 21 so that's actually pretty young in movie school years.
What's up next for Oren "Mr. Paranormal Activity" Peli? Why a film called "Eliza Graves" that is loosely based on an Edgar Allan Poe short story. Hell yeah this is going to be awesome. The entire thing is going to be shot on helmet cams. Next level!
Speaking of! Apparently "Paranormal Activity 2" has up to 20 alternative endings to the film that will most likely make their way to the DVD and Blu-Ray releases. A couple of my favorites include the entire family hopping on the pool cleaner and riding off to safety and one where the female cast members all go out for a 3 hour pole dancing class and never bother returning to the house.
Well hello dreamy pants! Ryan Gosling is rumored to be taking the lead in the upcoming big screen adaptation of "All You Need Is Kill". I have no desire to see this but there's a 99% chance I will because my wife has made it no secret that she'd leave me in a heartbeat for this guy. To be honest I don't blame her, his eyes are like two pools you want to swim in for days.
Remember when you were a kid and there was that weird lady who would give out perfume samples and pencils on Halloween? Well here's a couple in Oregon that was giving out condoms to kids. Upsetting to parents, yes, but if I was 3 I probably would have just thought it was a water balloon that was ribbed for her pleasure.
And this is why I don't have any pets, well at least not ones that I would care about if they dropped dead. A man in Tampa Florida apparently gave his dog mouth to mouth after it was attacked by an alligator. Imagine if the dog was faking it, like in "The Sandlot"? Oh man egg on that guy's face!
1987 - A bomb planted by the Irish Republican Army exploded as crowds gathered in Enniskillen, Northern Ireland, for a ceremony honoring Britain's war dead, killing 11 people.