Even though I hate remakes, I can’t wait to see Jumanji because of how much fun the cast had behind the scenes. Here’s a perfect example of that. While The Rock, Kevin Hart, Karen Gillian and Jack Black were waiting to film a car scene, they reworked Bon Jovi’s You Give Love a Bad Name. They replaced the word Love with Cock, and I will never be able to hear the song the same way. Do you think it sucks or blows? Get It?
So you know how Skittles tells us to, “taste the rainbow?” Well looks like Jack Black actually did it while filming Jumanji in Hawaii.
Proving that he is the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow! Dang, that I feel ripped off! Or maybe not? I am so confused.
The one thing I am not confused about is amazing this photo is. Isn’t it as perfect as all of the colors of the rainbow!
Even though HBO picked up The Brink for a second season, they announced today that they will not be moving forward with the show because they would not be able to promote it properly.
Which makes me think the two leads, Jack Black and Tim Robbins, would be perfect for True Detective 3. Although, HBO still has not picked up that show for a third season after the disastrous second one.
Both Boy George and Jack Black are guests on Conan tonight and the TBS late night host asked the Culture Club singer who some of his musical influences are. George O’Dowd told him they are some of the ’70s biggest bands like The Doors. The Tenacious D rocker agreed and added that Jim Morrison has the best yell in Rock’n’Roll. Conan told them if they like The Doors so much, then why don’t they sing one of their songs. They agreed and Robbie Krieger from the band joined them.
What happens next is so trippy, I feel like I was doing some of the same things Morrison did back in the day.
Even though all of their styles are so different, oddly enough, combined it works.
So as The Doors said, “Hello, I Love You, won’t you tell me your name?” C’mon once Boy George is done touring with his band, he should totally tour with Black and Krieger. What should we call them?
Before Jack Black and James Mardsen were riding The D Train together, they were both Touched By an Angel on the same episode. Black, 26, and Mardsen, 22, look the same now as they did in 1985.
Here’s Nacho Libre talking about that episode on yesterday’s Late Night with Seth Meyers.