“Mego superhero action figure commercials form the 70s”

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You Tube is on fire with old ads for those Mego Action Heroes,
the 8 inch (and occasionally 3 3/4 inch) tall action figure dolls from
the 70s. If you were alive back then, even only barely, this is one
heavy flashback to all the cool stuff you wanted but couldn’t have, or
had an abundance of and enjoyed lording over kids who are still angry
about it and still want to kill you with your own ripped off limb even
if they should know better by now."

Screenhead has all your 70′s super hero action figure commercial needs.[link]

One Wonderful Day

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It appears that they are sexing up the new season of Desperate Housewives already. The season premiere is this coming Sunday and I don’t think you have to even like the show to enjoy the photo-shoot.[link]
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One Locked Out Lohan

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It seems Lindsay Lohan lost the key to her car. Here’s an idea Lindsay, maybe if you were using a smaller purse (you know, like one that isn’t the size of Texas) you would have less trouble locating your keys, make up, sidekick, etc. Help us, help you. [pics]

Wednesday Morning Quick Hits

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Monica Lewinsky decides to blow town, study in London; headmaster expects she could make cum laude.

Hugh Jackman

   turns down James Bond role. Wanted Bond to have adamantium claws as special equipment.

Dennis Hopper, 60′s hippie icon, has voted Republican since Reagan;
tries to keep it a secret from his Hollywood friends, by telling the
media.

Creators of "Super Troopers" and "Club Dread" sign three-year deal with Warner Brothers.  Still don’t know what a liter-of-cola is…

Superman Returns’ budget nears $250 million. Kneel before Zod.

Mastermind behind 1972 Munich Olympics murders upset Spielberg didn’t consult him for film. Uh, should we start being concerned about the film ET or is it too late?

NORTHERN HOSPITALITY – A BENEFIT FOR THE BAYOU

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New York, NY – September 5, 2005 – Comedian and television personality Colin Quinn will headline Northern Hospitality – A Benefit for the Bayou, a comedy event to be held at the Kraine Theater on Wednesday, September 14, 2005. Every penny raised will be donated to the Red Cross.

BWE’s own Christian Finnegan will be performing, so if you’re in New York you should definitely check it out. You’ll have a great time, and it’s all for a great cause. Click here for more information.

Kiera Knightly on self love

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"I like so many other people’s bodies. I like legs – I don’t like my
legs. I hate my legs,” says Kiera. “I like my stomach, but it’s really
annoying because apparently, now, you’re not allowed to show your
stomach, because it’s considered vulgar and fashion magazines say you
can’t anymore."

Further proof that women are absolutely crazy.[link]