You may have forgotten to treat the skins for your drums, but we didn’t forget to collect all the good stuff that’s going on around the world:
- The Killers‘ former manager is suing the band for $16 million for breach of contract. In court papers, he was quoted as saying, "It started out with a kiss, how did it end up like this?"
- Roger Moore is standing up for new 007 Daniel Craig. But who will stand up for Roger Moore?
- Nicole Richie was seen holding hands with her ex-fiance, Adam Goldstein aka DJ AM. This better work, because I’m still reeling from the failed Charlie Sheen/Denise Richards reconciliation.
- Some are asking, "Where were the naked men on that Vanity Fair cover?" Publisher is still laughing at the question.
- There’s an article about a really cool network that everyone loves. It’s the best article ever.
- So was Lindsay Lohan with Shaun "Flying Tomato" White or Jonathan "Tiny Elvis" Rhys Meyers?
Tony has a little bit of trouble with his bird. By the way, have you signed our Save Tony petition?
Just when we thought TV couldn’t get any better than MTV’S Fat Camp, the British step it up with Tourette’s Camp. The feature length documentary, airing in the UK, follows kids–with a disease that propells them to shout obscenities uncontrollably– during their summer stint at a therapeutic camp. Says one British reviewer of the show: "It’s very sad, you feel extremely sorry for these kids. And yet it is funny. They find it funny themselves." Funny, I felt the exact same way the first time I watched Danicia McKellar and Chad Allen in Camp Cucamonga.
In this time of war, violence and poverty, it’s important to support those pivotal organizations that really make a difference. A powerful group of devout, web-savvy James Bond fans are committed to giving the power back to the people. Craignotbond.com, is a non-profit organization who’s sole purpose "is to promote and support a consumer boycott of the new film Casino Royale." Founded by a group of underground grassroots activists, they plan to stop the tyranists who cast Daniel Craig as the new 007 and restore peace to the web-based bond fan community by supporting the recasting of a more suitable actor like Hugh Jackman. Viva La Revolucion!
I’m not sure if I heard this right, but I’m pretty sure I was just selected to be Aquaman! I guess I better hit the gym.
We know you think the final 24 American Idol contestants are superhuman. Sure they’re living in a fancy hotel with room service and bathrobes, hanging out with major celebrities like Ryan Seacrest and working the audience into a lather with "Heard it Through the Grapevine" or "Say You, Say Me", but they weren’t always so wildly, incredibly, supremely famous. Unfortunately, some Idols can’t seem to remember that. Find out which Idols are letting their
fame very brief window of moderate notoriety go to their head.
I’ve been spending a lot of time lately at my new favorite website, notstarring.com. The site tells you what other actors were considered for roles made famous by someone else. For instance, David Schwimmer was considered for the Will Smith role in Men in Black. (It’s sort of like the parallel universe IMDB.) Nick Nolte seems to have had particularly bad luck: He missed out on Han Solo, Indiana Jones, Rambo, and Superman. I can’t help but wonder what Nolte’s career would have looked like if only he had made
some different choices…
Best Week Ever friends Rob Huebel, Paul Scheer and Aziz Ansari have combined forces and created an unholy comedy trinity called The Human Giant. Some are saying this might be the best giant since the Jolly Green one.
Check out their new site to see some of the funniest videos available on the World Wide Web (Information Superhighway).