In an apparent turnaround from his previous insinuation that Shia LaBeouf’s character Mutt from Indy IV might take over the franchise, George Lucas now insists that is not the way it’s going to go down.
“No no no no, dear heavens no, no no no no no no,” Lucas was reported to have said.
He also reportedly said,
“No no no no no no no no golly no.”
Meanwhile, LaBeouf continues to recover from a car accident that left his fingers crushed and his arm temporarily out-of-commission:
We’re pulling for you, Shia.
I comb far and wide to find the most bizarre videos for you…
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10.Twitter During A Zombie Apocalypse
Starting what just might be a zombie theme this Tuesday (or, even better, a drag zombie theme)
9. Hello Kitty Antivirus and Firewall
Not as cool as the Hello Kitty vibrator, maybe not even as useful — but still pretty awesome.
8. Radio Controlled Mechagodzilla 1974
I’m naming my first child this.
7. Walmart Rattlesnakes
One more reason Walmart is evil.
6. Jim Carrey Wears Jenny McCarthy’s Bathing Suit
They’re so poor they have to share swimwear.
5. The Spiritual Effect Of Shrooms
4. Gillian Anderson In Esquire
No nudity, but side-boobage.
3. Rubik’s Cubes Given To Octopuses
This is why scientists get the big money.
2. Smoke Detector Starts Fire
M. Night Shyamalan says: “What a twist!”
1. Felted Chicken
Strangely sensual and most definitely tactile.
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Shannen Doherty is allegedly in talks to reprise her role as Brenda in a CW remake of the hit show Beverly Hills 90210, teevieo reports.
If this information is correct, Jennie Garth and Tori Spelling are also set to return, and Luke Perry said no. Jason Priestly would return for directing only.
I like Shannen Doherty and all, but — she sort of has this pattern of leaving/getting removed from TV shows. Hell, even her Scare Tactics role has been taken over by Tracy Morgan.
Still, we get to find out what Brenda did after leaving for Paris. And that’s what’s really important.
The Disinter blog reports on a theory that too much Diet Coke interfered with the late comic George Carlin’s heart condition/medication, leading to his death. Specifically, the alleged culprit is the aspartame in the Diet Coke:
“If Carlin’s death was related to aspartame then Carlin killed himself, not the other way around, by choosing to ingest the poison.”
This is based on a report by a Dr. Betty Martini which claims that the comedian was “addicted” to Diet Coke.
Aspartame has been blamed for a bunch of negative health conditions, including heart problems, cancer, and multiple sclerosis. As you can imagine, these claims are controversial.
So the question remains: did Diet Coke “kill” George Carlin?
First, we would have to have proof that Carlin indeed had a Diet Coke “addiction.”
Second, we’d have to see if there was any other substances that Carlin had ingested that might also have played a role.
Then, we’d have to look at the coroner’s report as well as the evidence supporting aspartame as a “poison.”
Me personally, I don’t like aspartame, don’t like artificial sweeteners. They make me nervous & headachey. So I’m definitely not pro-aspartame.
That said, we’d need a bit more proof to back up this particular conspiracy theory.
As John Cusack turns 42 today, I thought it would be nice to have an impromptu video retrospective:
Sixteen Candles (1984)
Better Off Dead (1985)
Tapeheads (1988 )
Say Anything (1989)
The Grifters (1990)
Roadside Prophets (1992)
Grosse Point Blank (1997)
Being John Malkovich (1999)
High Fidelity (2000)
Identity (2003) Spoilers!
Must Love Dogs (2005)
War, Inc. (2008 )
Look, don’t get me wrong — I have no problem with a $200, $300 handbag. But $42,000? I don’t care how much charity work you do, there is no justification for spending that type of money on a trendy piece of leather that you might not even wear next year.
The site Bagbunch compares the money on handbags spent by these celebs — many of them proud charity sponsors — with how much it would cost to feed various peoples in need around the world.
For example, the $42,000 limited-edition patchwork monstrosity Beyonce was sporting in a paparazzi photo could have went to feed, educate, clothe, and provide healthcare to 168 Indian street children for a whole year. Plus — that’s one ugly f**king bag!