Mena Suvari or the UniBomber. Are UniBomber jokes stale? Is UniBomber spelled this way? Who knows. What I do know is Eliza Dusku was also at Sundance, and her photo below is just a lil’ bit more flattering. Continue reading
Mena Suvari or the UniBomber. Are UniBomber jokes stale? Is UniBomber spelled this way? Who knows. What I do know is Eliza Dusku was also at Sundance, and her photo below is just a lil’ bit more flattering. Continue reading →
Marylynn Rajskub made an appearance at Sundance earlier this week. She was promoting her new prequel “Dammit, Chloe,” a love story set in Spain with a young Chloe O’Brian being recruited by a vacationing Jack Bauer. Part Don Juan DeMarco, part Point of No Return with a dab of Prince of Tides, it’s sure to be a smash. I made that all up, but admit it, you’d love to see that film.
Ben Kingsley and date arrive to a screening of The Wackness, a quirky teen dramedy also starring Mary Kate Olsen. Love those shoes, Ben. Oh, and you deserved an Oscar nomination for You Kill Me. That movie rocked.
Mary Kate was on hand to debut her new flick The Wackness, which also stars Ben Kingsley and Dave Coulier. OK, we lied. Dave Coulier is nowhere to be found in this movie. In our hearts maybe, but not the movie.
We spotted Colin Farrell moments after a screening of his new flick In Bruges, which looks like it could be like an Irish Pulp Fiction or a ….well, unwatchable movie. We’re going to hope it’s the former considering the trailer made us laugh. Gleeson photo below. Sorry, it’s not Jackie Gleason. He died decades ago. We loved The Toy though. Photo/Mike DiScuillo Continue reading →
Jessica Alba and fiance Cash Warren arrive at Salt Lake City Airport from LAX on Jan. 19 to attend Sundance. Alba’s pregnant, and Cash is money. Continue reading →
Quentin Tarantino strikes a pose in Utah. Personally, we thought Grindhouse was pretty damn good. We can’t wait for the auteur’s follow-up to Death Proof. While we can’t get enough of that zippy dialogue, we’d personally love to see QT direct a Bond movie or breathe new life into the Star Wars franchise. Yeah, I said Star Wars.
Robert Redford, the Godfather of Sundance (a title we’ve given him) welcomes everyone to the annual fest. Unique shot above. I think Sneakers is underrated. Legal Eagles, too for that matter.
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Couple of things everybody. For the past few weeks, we’ve been experiencing some problems with the site. Hopefully they are now finally fixed…of course the site reached it’s most difficult time to get on after Mo Rocca, a gracious witty and marvelous personality, gave us a shout out on his site MoRocca180.
Oh well. What can you do? The good news is the reason the site’s been slow lately is because traffic is rising. That’s a good thing. In any event, thanks to all the pop supporters out there. On a related note, the categories section has had to be redone. I think, for the most part, everything’s staying the same although I’ve added an “Awards Coverage” section (very timely) and a “Self-Promotion Pop” section (not timely at all).
On an unrelated note, welcome to Nell Alk, who’s a new writer for us (check out her interview on the band The Virgins or her review of a turd of a film – Atonement), and welcome to Mike Johnson. Well, he’s been writing for us for awhile but he does an awesome job and it should be noted. In any event, I’m going to go play Wii into the wee hours of the night. Stay tuned for our coverage of Sundance. Yeah, yeah – I know it’s over but it’s important to remember we’re a site that breaks news after its broken.
I Found What I Was Looking For
By Mike Johnson
The last time I used a camcorder I filmed an awesome water dumping prank with the lens cap on. All that’s documented is the sound of childish giggling as 23 year old men pitter patter up the stairs, the crash of a bucket of water waking up an unsuspecting friend, and the ensuing parade of loudly spoken obscenities. With that 1st hand experience on what can go wrong if a camera enters the wrong hands, U2 3D became that much more spectacular. The creators of this movie spent five years perfecting a new brand of 3D technology that utilizes an innovative camera splicing technique that goes way over my head, but damn was it visually impressive.
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UBER.com, in conjunction with A&R Worldwide’s MUSEXPO, Atlantic Records, Peer Music Publishing, Rebel Group/ADA Distribution and The Agency Group, announced the launch of the online music talent search, YOU BRING THE TALENT.
The winning musician/band will receive: -An EP deal with Atlantic Records -A music publishing deal with Peer Music -A Booking Deal with The Agency Group -Distribution through ADA from The Rebel Group -A Showcase at The House of Blues in Hollywood, CA