Monday, June 23, 2008

Disney has done it Again!

The Disney Channel's new Jonas Brothers movie, Camp Rock, debuted huge Friday night. The TV flick averaged 8.9 million total viewers at 8-10 p.m. Friday, making it the cable network's second-most-watched original movie ever - behind High School Musical 2 (17.2 million) - according to the ratings peeps at Nielsen. However, Camp Rock did outperform the original High School Musical, which debuted in January 2006 to 7.7 million viewers. Not a shabby performance for the talented trio! So when will we see Camp Rock 2???

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Saturday, June 21, 2008

Karl Lagerfeld is doing his civic duty!

According to reports, Unkle Karl is the star of a new French road safety campaign. The caption in the ad reads, "It's yellow, it's ugly, it doesn't go with anything, but it could save your life." The campaign was launched Wednesday. French drivers will soon be required to keep security vests and flashing red warning triangles in every car. The Frenchies will have to use the vest and triangle every time they pull over with an emergency. And, no, unfortunately, the vests are not designed by Chanel!

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Talk About A Whopper!

Burger King is set to launch the world's most expensive burger ever at a fast food restaurant! The burger will even make Guinness World Record history, beating out 1994's American Double Truffle Burger. B.K.'s latest creation is simply called The Burger. It will include flame grilled Wagyu Beef, topped with white truffles on a truffle bun. The Burger is going to cost £95, so a bit over $185.00!! Thankfully, this is only available in the U.K. In America, people can barely pay for their gas! Too bad we're on a diet and trying to eat healthy. We could so go for a Burger right now!

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Some Are Not Five Bucks

AOL User timtonjes Claims: "(The Subway promotion) Any Footlong for Five Bucks recently changed, (at my Subway) including only five subs for that price. The signage looks the same, but when you get up to pay, the price (for all footlong subs, except the five) went up. Beware!"

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Sunday, June 15, 2008

M.I.A What!

We've gotten multiple reports from the Bonnaroo music festival in Tennessee this weekend that M.I.A. announced during her set that she was retiring.

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Say Hello to the NEW Face of Chanel

Say buh bye to Keira Knightley and hello to Emma Watson. The Harry Potter star is reportedly taking over for the super skinny K.K. as the new face of Chanel! And, according to The Mail on Sunday, Emma is set to make $6 million for her new deal. Dayum!!!! A source tells the paper, "Emma has been slowly integrated into the Chanel brand. They have been dressing her for film premieres and parties over recent months to see if she is the right fit. Once it became clear she is growing into a beautiful young woman and wears the Chanel brand so elegantly, they had to sign her up." Add this to all the money she's already made from Harry Potter and Watson never has to work again. She's only 18.

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“Ballet Shoes”

Emma Watson has begun filming on her first non-Harry Potter role. She is starring as Pauline Fossil in the film adaptation of Noel Streatfield novel Ballet Shoes. Here she is wearing a different school uniform!

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Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Comic book? More like TV Show!

The Middleman is now a show and its not that bad. I saw the first epsidoe today and it was funny and great sure it might have its cheasy moments but its good! cheack it out for yourself June 16 at 8 Wendy Watson (Natalie Morales) thought mindless temp jobs were tough. Then she bravely faced a creature way beyond the bounds of her reality, and in so doing, impressed the straight-laced hero known as the Middleman (Matt Keeslar). Hello, new career! Now she's balancing her art, her friends, and saving the planet while battling alien evils for the world's most ludicrously secret organization. "The Middleman" -- fighting evil so you don't have to.

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Saturday, June 7, 2008

Why can’t we all just be ourselves?

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Talk about a Good Sport

Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton took the stage at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C., to announce the suspension of her campaign and pledge her full support to Sen. Barack Obama. She went on to repeatedly ask her supporters to "help elect Barack Obama our president." Dont you just love her!

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Monday, June 2, 2008

Fashion icon Yves Saint Laurent dead at 71

Saint Laurent, 71, was the last of an era of fashion designers that included Coco Chanel and Christian Dior, for whom Saint Laurent worked until Dior's death in 1957. Berge, chief executive of the fashion house, told France Info Radio that Saint Laurent died at 11 p.m. (5 p.m. ET). A funeral will be held Thursday for international fashion icon Yves Saint Laurent, who died Sunday night at his home in Paris, his longtime friend and business associate Pierre Berge told CNN Monday. R.I.P Yves Saint Laurent

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Sunday, June 1, 2008

Blaze Erupts on Universal Studios Lot

A fire broke out on the Universal Studios backlot early Sunday morning, destroying important cityscape but no soundstages. The fire was contained within a few hours, and the nearby Uni theme park and other studio facilities were spared any serious fallout. But the lot's famous Court House Square--used in films including "Back to the Future" -- and its New York Street cityscape were destroyed. A backlot attraction based on the film "King Kong" also was destroyed, but no tour tram lines were damaged. The MTV Movie Awards were allowed to proceed at the nearby Gibson Amphitheater on Sunday night THANK GOD!, and most studio employees were expected to report to work as usual Monday. I still think there's something strange about all this happening the same day as The MTV Movie Awards

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Paying Tribute for Heath

According to reports, the family of Heath Ledger is planning to fly from Australia to New York for the world premiere of his last film, Batman: The Dark Knight. Ledger is said to turn an inspired performance as The Joker in the movie. The movie opens July 18th.

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Hello Mr. Alien!

Stan Romanek claims this still image from a three-minute video he shot in 2003 shows an alien looking into his home in Nebraska. In the film, a strange face appears to be popping up and down outside Romanek's window. that alien looks fake there's something fishy about that video! don't you think?

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