According to Digital Spy, we might see 24 on the big screen:
The plans would involve shooting a movie version of 24 this summer, after the current fifth season wraps and before the sixth season airs in 2007…. "It’s certainly something that I’ve expressed an incredible amount of interest in doing," [Kiefer Sutherland] said. "It is something that Joel, Howard and Bob and I have all talked about. One of the real difficulties, and Joel’s expressed it in a number of interviews, is that any time they got really close to having a great idea for a film, we needed it for episode 18, so there it went."
The show is great, but I donâ€™t know if a 24-hour movie will fly with the public.
Tony talks about his relationship with sausage.
Best Week Ever has exclusive new insight into Locklear and Sambora’s shocking split. While it was previously believed that their failed marriage was a result of Sambora’s success with his 2004 album Sharkfest. Sources are now speculating that it was their fierce competition when it came to side-swept bangs. "Every time Heather would get her bangs feathered, Richie would go out the next day and feather his bangs even more. It finally became too much for her to bare," says a close friend. Best Week Ever’s pictorial history of the couples bitter bang battles after the jump.
Nick Lachey’s heartfelt ballad ‘What’s Left of Me’, recently released on AOL, provides insight into some the pain the singer felt after his split with wife Jessica Simpson.
Inspired to write, while wearing an unbuttoned white linen shirt and sitting in front of a fan, Nick sings about watching "life pass me by in the rear-view mirror."
Sources believe the rear-view mirror in question, once owned by rocker Meatloaf, was at the heart of the split. "It only reflects memories, not cars. Jessica didn’t think it was safe for him to drive, but Nick loved looking into it for inspiration" says a close friend.
Now that Lachey has put his pain to words, he’s next plans to put it to video.
Our good buddy Scott Stereogum is a leaky faucet today, featuring new tracks from Sufjan Stevens, Morrissey and Built to Spill. Get it while the gettin’s good!
This might be the greatest gimmick blog in the long history of great gimmick blogs.
On this day in 1974, George Lucas was polishing up the first draft of Star Wars (excuse me, Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope), the Ramones were having their first practices, and Joaquin Phoenix (nickname: Kitten) was conceived in Puerto Rico. Happy conception day, Kitten!
Also conceived today: Jonas Salk (1914,) Bill Gates (1955), Julia Roberts (1967), Brooke Burns (1977)
Female First is reporting that a Jennifer Aniston fan attacked Brangelina outside a restaurant in Germany:
The loved-up pair – who are expecting their first child together this year – were dining at Berlin’s Nola restaurant when a woman stormed in and screamed: "Where is that home-wrecking Angelina?" The crazed fan – dressed in a ‘Friends’ T-shirt – spotted the Hollywood couple and attempted to slap Angelina.
The fan gave the name â€œAnnifer Jenistonâ€ to the police, but they think it might be an alias.
Actress Heather Locklear filed for divorce from husband of 11 years, Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora. While Sambora was able to vocally support bandmate John Bon Jovi on such rebel tunes like ‘Have a Nice Day,’ he reportedly couldn’t support his wife with the same conviction.
Sources speculate, that while Sambora remained humble during his stint in Bon Jovi, the success of his 2004 side project Shark Frenzy changed everything.
Says a source close to the couple, "After Shark Frezy Volume 1 came out, Richie got a really big head. By Shark Frenzy Volume 2, their marraige was over."