Movie News; January is Entertainment on Crack
December is a relentlessly slow month in Los Angeles. It can be refreshing or really painful if you need to be working. January, however, makes an attempt at making up for all the hours not worked in December.
Sarah Palin will have her own show on Fox News. “It’s wonderful to be part of a place that so values fair and balanced news,” Palin said in a written release.
Spiderman 4 is NOT happening anymore. Sam Raimi and Tobey Maguire are off the project. They’re going to reboot the franchise, which seems insane considering it’s not even a decade old, but whatevs. This also means no more Kirsten Dunst!!!
All signs point to the Arrested Development movie happening this year.
SNL film MacGruber is looking good from early reviews, apparently as good as Wayne’s World. Which is good, since the SNL movies of late have included The Ladies Man, Superstar, and Night at the Roxbury.
I’m sure you’re all aware of George Lucas on The Daily Show and the horrifically funny youtube review of Phantom Menace.
The 2010 WGA nominations are out. Only 79 scripts were eligible to be nominated, versus last year’s 267. Shockingly, Avatar is nominated for Best Original Screenplay. But thank God! That screenplay has been released online! And it has a deleted sex scene…
I am with you now, Jake. We are mated for life.
Yes. It is our way.
Oh. I forgot to tell?
He rouses up, making her look at him.
Really, we are?
It’s cool. I’m there.
Posted on January 11, 2010, in Entertainment, Politics, screenwriting, Writing and tagged Arrested Development, Avatar, Entertainment, Fair and Balanced, Fox News, George Lucas, MacGruber, Sam Raimi, Sarah Palin, screenwriting, Sex Scene, SNL, Spiderman 4, Star Wars, The Daily Show, WGA. Bookmark the permalink. 17 Comments.