Wednesday, April 22, 2009

The Jonas Brothers still suck

Their new album cover is by far one of the stupidest things I have ever seen.

"Lines, vines and trying times."

What does that even mean?

My predictions for the Jonas' in the next couple years.

1) The youngest one will go solo.

2) The middle one will come out.

3) Everyone will forget about the oldest one.

New photo of the "Wolf Pack"

From the Twilight sequel New Moon.

Do you remember how hard they were trying with that thirty second scene in Eragon where Ed Speleers didn't have his shirt on for no apparent reason?

This is trying like ten times harder than that.

I hate Twilight.

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Russell Crowe as Robin Hood

We've got our first image of Russell Crowe as Maximus, err Robin Hood.

Can't wait for the Ridley Scott/Russell Crowe/sword and sandal reteam.


Monday, April 20, 2009

Chris Egan reads my blog

I had this very insightful comment posted by "Anonymous."

wow... so I guess we could call you a fan of chris egan! maybe a little obsession?... I think you should take a good look at hollywood and the ups and downs of an actors life, Chris is only 24 and id say hes acomplished far more than most actors his own age in hollywood. maybe you should read up on other "successful" actors careers and take a look at there ups and downs. If we were all as cynical as you then there would be no such thing as a "life story"
I'm sorry, Chris. I wasn't trying to say that you were a failure, only that it's amazing how many things you've been in that have failed.

Wednesday, April 15, 2009


I am holding half an acre
Torn from the map of Michigan
And folded in this scrap of paper
Is the land I grew in

Think of every town you've lived in
Every room you lay your head
And what is it that you remember

Do you carry every sadness with you
Every hour your heart was broken
Every night the fear and darkness
Lay down with you

A man is walking on the highway
A woman stares out at the sea
And light is only now just breaking

So we carry every sadness with us
Every hour our hearts were broken
Every night the fear and darkness
Lay down with us

But I am holding half an acre
Torn from the map of Michigan
I am carrying this scrap of paper

That can crack the darkest sky wide open
Every burden taken from me
Every night my heart unfolding

Friday, April 10, 2009

Thursday, April 9, 2009

Chris Egan - Kiss of Death?

With the recent relegation of Kings to the graveyard Saturday night timeslot and it's inevitable cancellation, let's take a moment to look at how many things Chris Egan has fucked up in a very short career.

1. He is cast in Eragon, a movie based on a huge book property intended as a franchise. The movie tanks and the franchise is over before it's begun.

2. He is cast in Virgin Territory, a period piece with a large budget starring Hayden Christensen, Mischa Barton and Tim Roth. Straight to DVD.

3. He starred in the Prince, a TV pilot which had an AMAZING script and Greg Berlanti producing. Didn't get picked up.

4. He guest starred in Everwood the season the show got cancelled.

5. The big budget ABC miniseries Empire? Tanked.

6. Vanished? Cancelled

7. Kings, one of the most expensive network shows ever ordered to series, just got cancelled 4 episodes in. The star? Chris Egan.

How many more chances does this kid get before people stop casting him?

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

One Shining Moment

So it sucks that Michigan State lost, but it was almost worth it to see Tyler Hansbrough run to the Carolina bench when the game was over andthe only people that would return his high fives were the coaching staff, and even then it seemed more like obligation than exuberance.

Have fun in Europe, Psycho T. College basketball will not miss you.

Monday, April 6, 2009

The third Star Trek trailer is epic

This weekend, whilst Cameron and I were crushing Natty's, we were hit by a thought of astounding purity and truth that can only come when crushing Natty's. And it's the very obvious comparison between the third Star Trek trailer and the trailer for Eragon.

Nero is Galbatorix. Both characters sit in the same location and scheme very evil schemes which are highlighted by their ridiculous lines/delivery.

Galbatorix: "I suffer without my stone. Do not, prolong, my suffering..." = Nero (with bizarre accent) "James T. Kirk was a great man. But that was a different life!"

This Star Trek trailer also contains one of the greatest lines in the history of movie trailers as Chris Pine, blood dripping from his face after a bar brawl, states in defiance, "Why you talkin' to me, man?" Classic and beautiful - the hero denying the journey.

If this post is too weird for you, I apologize. Trust me, it really does make perfect sense.