not care if many go unanswered. By the time they do, I am on to other
- Morgan Spurlock is coming out with a film titled "Pom Wonderful Presents the Greatest Movie Ever Sold." From the person who brought us "Super Size Me," Spurlock no doubt will receive a great deal of attention for this adventure. The question that was being bantered about with this one was, "would any advertisers" hop on board? The answer is no and yes, if that makes any sense. It hits April 22. Meanwhile, the trailer is out for "The Rise of the Planet of The Apes," which is further proof that Hollywood really is running out of ideas. Can another big screen 3D epic of "Gilligan's Island" be far off?
- Are you mad yet at gas prices? Hello, media, get with
this story and the price hikes on everything from toilet paper to paper clips.
Come on, you are kidding anyone wit hthe neglect for certain stories now that
were major headlines a few short, yes short, years ago.
- As the Midwest
prepares for an earthquake, at least 240 twisters hit the United States over the
about a drill for that? I know Iowa had one as did Wisconsin,
but where is my home state of Illinois?
- Did I just hear that Nicolas Cage
was bailed out by "Dog The Bounty Hunter"? I'm sensing a show that deals with
bailing out celebrities.
- Nice. Miley Cyrus and Joan Jett perform together
- The cat and mouse game continues between CBS and Charlie
Sheen. So what if he goes back? I never watched the show anyway.
- Just how
"Soap Opera Digest" anymore?
- No it's not just you. We all have
forgotten about Libya, to a certain extent.
- I am reminded of the
separation of church and state every time I vote - - at a church.
WEEKEND BO It was "Rio" in a romp, to say the least. "Scream 4" came in second but not even close. Meanwhile, "Hop" doesn't drop that much and is in third. that
means two of three are animated flicks that I will not see because that is
one genre I leave alone for the most part. They really do not need my help
or, truth be told, aren't affected when I take them to task. As for the Robert
Redford directed film, "The Conspirator," it settled in ninth but a solid per
screen average, noting it was only in 707 theaters. The movie splitting down
political lines is "Atlas Shrugged," which is in 300 theaters. It faired pretty
well, too."Soul Surfer," only fell 30 percent in its second week.
doesn't need funding? I'm tapped, folks.
- Earth Day event canceled. Wow,
should it be for any reason?
IN CLOSING: Odd. People who ripped Karl Rove
before are often embracing him now because of his Sarah Palin
Trump comments. Hmmm. By the way, some at NBC even doubt the Donald these days.