I know the season just ended, and I know that part of the fun of it is not knowing what happens, but that’s not going to stop me. Tonight, Fox begins re-running the last season of 24 to keep fans placated over the summer. It’s going to work for me.
Speaking of shows coming back for more, Celebrity DeathMatch returns tonight… for some reason. Did people actually miss it or something? Hmm, strange. Treasure Hunters starts up on Sunday, there’s a new episode of The Henry Rollins Show on Saturday, and if you have a penchant for bad TV movies, set your TIVO for Blackbeard NOW. So what are YOU watching this weekend? Vote now!
After last night’s heartbreaking interview with Britney Spears, I’ve changed my tune and now I’m rooting for the Federlines. So naturally, I was thrilled to see that Kevin’s making great strides in his career. Page Six reported today that he’s going to be the spokesman for Blue Marlin Clothing Line, a sporty designer label that customizes shirts, hats and sweatshirts with the names of different geographical locations. And even though he’s going to be raking in the dough, the ambitious Federline is not stopping there.
He also is gunning to star in an 8 mile style biopic about his life. Word is the movie would follow Kevin’s meteoric rise from a talented yet troubled ghetto hustler to spokesman for Blue Marlin Clothing Line, a sporty designer label that customizes shirts, hats and sweatshirts with the names of different geographical locations.
Aniston vs. Angelina– the battle never ends.
By sheer coincidence, Jennifer Aniston and Angelina Jolie tied for 35th place on Forbes’ Celebrity 100 Power List. I mean, seriously, what are the odds? Luckily, one of my favorite must-visit-several-times-a-day sites, Blog NYC, put together an incredibly detailed, intricate checklist to see who’s actually winning the game of life.
You can’t argue that, people. It’s science.
Don’t forget, Father’s Day is on Sunday. We here at BWE wanted to lend a hand, so we designed a few celebrity Father’s Day cards for you to send to your dad on the big day. Here’s the latest– an adorable card designed exclusively for Daddy’s Little Girl(s). Click on the thumbnail to the left, save it to your desktop, then send it to Dad. Click here for Yesterday’s Card. We’ll have a few more by the end of the day, so make sure you check back here later!
It’s Best Night Ever for Thursday, June 15th! Shea Hess is here to walk you through the best of Thursday night tv, including Gameshow Marathon, So You Think You Can Dance?, and Dateline NBC: Britney Spears!
Look if you’re looking for an actor to bring subtle sensitivity to lines about true love in the face of death, you don’t call Keanu Reeves. Well some people do (ie Sweet November). But you shouldn’t because Reeves just isn’t good at acting human. But that doesn’t mean he sucks. In fact, thejay.com dropped off a virtual masters thesis on why Keanu Reeves doesn’t suck. 1) He’s acted in every genre of movie 2) he knows kung fu 3) he’s not as wooden as Paul Walker. But that’s just the beginning. Jay’s got 37 more reasons why Keanu doesn’t suck and if you’re not big on reading blog lists, then go rent Point Break. The number #1 reason why Keanu Reeves doesn’t suck speaks for itself.
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TMZ has an interesting story about frat-hero comedian Dane Cook, who solicited his rabidly loyal fanbase (the people arguably responsibly for his meteoric rise to success) to show up and be a part of the finale of his HBO road documentary Tourgasm. The eager fans, thinking they were going to be treated to one of Dane’s classic jumping-around-on-stage-grabbing-his-crotch stand up performances, showed up en masse hours in advance, only to be disappointingly herded around like sheep for background use in a brief segment in which Cook and posse triumphantly arrive by helicopter to do a lame “fake awards acceptance” bit. Dane’s superfans were given a poster of their hero as a token of gratitude, then sent home without more than a glimpse of the man they showed up to see. Dane, who never fails to go out of his way to gratefully gush about his adoring, album-and-ticket-buying fans, blamed the whole thing on HBO before throwing one of his patented “Su-Fi” hand signals, which sent his saddened followers into a convulsions of laughter so strong they completely forgot about the way he used them just to get his Tourgasm.
It’s the age-old question, who owns the cast of the Real World: MTV or the people? That’s the issue most of us are grappling with now. On the one hand, MTV plucked the cast of the new Denver season from obscurity and are paying for their sweet
pad hot tub with surrounding shelter.
On the other hand, as locals in the city of Denver have noted, they’re high-profile people in a small town and that means they’re fair game for just about anything. Getrealdenver.com a blog set up by the Denver Post, hosts candid pictures of the cast taken by staff and locals. They even briefly set up a webcam in the Real World house before it was discovered and destroyed. Bummer. What’s worse their website has been down all day. So it looks like the cast of the Real World is back in the hands of MTV. But really, don’t those 7 strangers belong to all of us?