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21 November 2005 @ 10:47 pm
New movies  
I could tell it had been a while since I'd looked at movie trailers when I saw one on TV for a new Jim Carrey movie I knew nothing about.
Since I found a way to get the newest quicktime without having iTunes shoved down my throat (Thanks to Zoi! <3)......

Ben Kingsley, Billy Zane, Michael Madsen, and Michelle Rodriguez in a movie based on a set of videogames about a nearly naked vampire fighting Nazis. Directed by UWE BOLL! omg.. hahaha. Oh wait... Dr. Uwe Boll!
Oh god.. the trailer makes it look so bad.. but it's probably making it look GOOD.
Omg.. in the trailers.. It's got MEATLOAF.

The Producers
I'm sure everyone's heard about this by now. Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick are making a big-screen adaptation of the broadway musical they'd been running that was based on an earlier Mel Brooks movie that was quite possibly based on a book before that. I don't know the full history of the story, but it's a funny story at any rate.

The Libertine-Pervy period romp with historical ties. New Johnny Depp movie.. andI probably won't be seeing it :p It's getting rave reviews, but I'll probably end up renting it.

I was looking at more.. but I got distracted by somthing shiny...
Oh well.
Go be entertained by the Bloodrayne trailer!


Shatner Wants To Sell Kidney Stone

William Shatner is hoping to persuade medics who removed his kidney stone to hand it over so he can sell it on auction site eBay. The actor, who played Captain James T. Kirk in Star Trek, claims the stone will become "the ultimate piece of Star Trek memorabilia." Shatner plans to give the proceeds of the sale to charity, but he has to cut through eBay red tape first - the website's rules are strict about the sale of body parts. The 74-year-old actor was taken from the set of his hit TV show Boston Legal last month, suffering from what was initially reported to be chronic back pain. But Shatner has since revealed he had a kidney stone, which he successfully passed after experiencing excruciating pain.
Fulbright Kuzunoha XXVsecret_plot on November 22nd, 2005 07:56 am (UTC)
well those sound wonderful, but...
have you heard of...THIS? Or perhaps THIS? Or maybe THIS IS MORE TO YOUR LIKING
HIDE your facekyonomiko on November 22nd, 2005 10:08 am (UTC)
Re: well those sound wonderful, but...
Omg. I need to watch those all at once
Icongnitonekoboy on November 22nd, 2005 10:46 am (UTC)
I'm just very pissed that they are cutting one of the best songs out of "The Producers" >.< They dropped King of Broadway because it would have given the movie an R rating. Fortuneately Mel Brooks said that it WILL be on the DVD in a branching edit so that it can be watched the way it should be. I still think it was dickless of the studio to do something like that... It's Mel Brooks, of course its going to be crass and crude, thats why we love it!
Celineceline on November 22nd, 2005 08:21 pm (UTC)
I did NOT know that they were making a second film adaptation of The Producers. One of my friends and I kept trying to make plans to go see it on Broadway with the recent cast (I loooove Matthew Broderick), but it just never happened. I totally loved the original Producers, I own it and have watched it a million times, so I will have to go see the new one.
HIDE your facekyonomiko on November 23rd, 2005 09:01 pm (UTC)
Oh! you know that movie with Matthew Broderick, Anthony Hopkins, and Dana Carvey? I think it was called The Road to Wellville, and it was about some of the early history of the Kellogs cereal company. Man, that movie was great :O
Knight of the Black Roseraielchan on November 23rd, 2005 03:24 pm (UTC)
I'm just waiting for Dr. Boll's three-hour EPIC Dungeon Siege movie.
HIDE your facekyonomiko on November 23rd, 2005 09:00 pm (UTC)
I think I'd actually heard about that somewhere... :O