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August 30th, 2012 under Uncategorized. [ Comments: none ]

Guess whose butt crack is showing? – Celebslam
Cover your ears for this one – Rickey
Who is considering p0rn offers? – Celebitchy
When did Emma Stone get so skinny? – GCeleb
Who is being sued for spreading herpes? – Yeeeah!
The Tanning Mom gets roasted by the son – Dlisted
Shia LaBeouf sent in a sex tape for a role – Amy Grindhouse
The Disney characters went on a diet – Hollywood Backwash

Yippee-ki-yay Bruce Willis debuts a clip from Die Hard 5
August 30th, 2012 under Bruce Willis, David Letterman. [ Comments: none ]

For five years Die Hard fans have been waiting for a glimpse of what is next for John McClane and Bruce Willis gave them a little taste of that on The Late Show with David Letterman. He debuted a clip from the upcoming blockbuster and I think he is going to be his biggest hit. Seriously could that scene be any more explosive? I never saw that coming, but I was blown away by how perfectly it fits.


BTWF roles: Jamie Kennedy on California Dreams
August 30th, 2012 under Before They Were Famous. [ Comments: none ]

(starts at 5:35 in)

Before Jamie Kennedy was a rapper in Malibu’s Most Wanted, he was a surfer on California Dreams. He looks the same now as he did when he was 24 in that 1994 episode, but he had much longer hair back then.


Seven Psychopaths looks like it will Shih Tzu
August 30th, 2012 under Movies. [ Comments: none ]

The red band trailer for Seven Psychopaths is out and wow I can’t believe how bad it looks. You have a good cast of serious actors trying to be funny again and I just don’t think it is going to work. It just feels so forced, and because of that it will be more painful than funny.


How Vince Vaughn got Steve Byrne to come up with Sullivan & Son
August 30th, 2012 under TNT/TBS/TCM. [ Comments: none ]

Sullivan & Son is a throw back to the ’80s sitcoms and because of that I love the show that airs Thursdays on TBS at 10p. It is a show about a NYC lawyer who moves back to Pittsburgh to help run his family’s bar with his tough Korean mom and his Irish dad. Besides having his blood family at the bar all the time, there also is interesting group of regulars who are consonantly there. Let’s just say if you grew up in the North East and did the neighborhood bar scene, then you know these types of patrons. So that makes the show very relocatable.
Steve Byrne came up with show because of his friend Vince Vaughn someone he met on the comedy circuit and Vaughn was trying to help break into acting. Only problem is there weren’t that many roles for someone that is Korean and Irish, so Vaughn had an idea, “I sort of encouraged him to come up with a concept that he was passionate about, and I would kind of support him and kind of, you know, instead of waiting for that role to come around, you know, kind of create your own weight with it.” So after several meetings they came up with Sullivan & Son and the rest is Hollywood history.
One of my favorite parts of the show is Steve’s mom and I wondered how close she is to his own. He told me on a conference call recently about how much his TV parents are like his real ones, “Yes, I mean, there’s going to be some people that say oh, it’s a stereotypical Asian mother, you know, who speaks in an accent. Well my mother came over from Korea and she does have an accent. And she grew up very poor. So she’s almost got the mentality of some of our great grandparents who came up during the Great Depression, where they really value, you know, pocket change.
“So my mom did really have that mentality, and my father is really an outgoing, just Irish – he’s got like an Irish bartender’s ear. He’s just a really outgoing, loves story telling, loves having a good laugh, so they really are like my parents. But as the show goes on and the scenarios get a little crazier they become caricatures of my parents.” The scenarios have gotten crazier as the show has gone on and that is what makes it so funny. So when you tune into tonight, you can see how his parents have become something they are not real life, but still have a little dose of reality to them.


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