Monday, June 02, 2008

I Read Something... June 2

Did you miss the spelling bee? The greatest collection of future crazies in one room. It's ultimate perfection. Here's a hilarious clip of the eventual winner's pronunciation confusion:


A Bobblefoot for the polictically inclined is selling on ebay for up to $200? (Darren Rovell's CNBC Sportsbiz Blog)


Looks like Adam Sandler's next movie is costarring Seth Rogen and will be directed by Judd Apatow, very interesting. And to be honest, this Zohan movie looks like Adam Sandler's best full out comedy since Happy Gilmore.


The Coen Brothers are back to the kooky comedy business after No Country For Old Men. Reuniting them with George Clooney, their latest film Burn After Reading, also stars Brad Pitt and John Malkovich. For those of you familiar with the Northern jersey Area, the gym scenes that you see Brad Pitt, Frances McDormand and Pitt's crazy Johnny Suede era hair. The plot seems to be a bit complicated, just like the Coens like it. I think I like the trailer even more for using one of my new favorite song's in the trailer, "Ground For Divorce" by Elbow. It's like they are making movies just for me and probably why they are by far my favorite filmmakers currently working today and possibly ever.

Here's the red band (R Rater) trailer because of a little bit of language (Thanks for the head up Kate, credit where credit is due):

One man's plan on to tax Google with a windfall profits tax instead of the oil companies. (Businessweek)

What do you do if you are Eddie Murphy and your career has been over to people who watch movies that don't exclusively feature fart and fat jokes? How about joining up with the maker of Rush Hour for Beverly Hill Cops IV? Was the 80 year old Nick Nolte to busy for The Last 48 Hours?

Good luck Mr. Murphy. It can't be worse than Indy IV. Can you try to save Martin Lawrence's career while you're at it?


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