Are you ready for wedding bells? Well if not, then Pamela Anderson just might be ready to go down that aisle a third time. She reportedly got a marriage license Saturday in Las Vegas. Who’s the lucky guy? Hey, it’s none other than Rick Salomon. Wait, what did he do? Oh that’s right, he was the other half in Paris Hilton’s sex tape and was also briefly married to Shannen Doherty. Is going from either of those to someone who caught Hep-C from Tomme Lee a move up or down the ladder? Perhaps Rick can at least help Pam choose yet another cup size for their wedding day, if nothing else.
…send them booze. If you can’t send them booze, then for God’s sake, don’t send them something like this.
This arrived at my doorstep yesterday, and my first thought was: are you kidding me? Who on earth wants a pillow featuring Ben Stiller’s likeness, with the possible exception of his mother? I already had a bad, bad feeling about “The Heartbreak Kid,” and it was confirmed when one of our stringers covered the press round table discussion earlier this week (which Ben Stiller did not attend), and informed us that the movie was, well, awful.
I’m not sure whether to put this up for sale on eBay or throw it away. Or set it on fire. Any suggestions?
When director Uwe Boll isn’t making crappy movies modeled after famous video games, he’s wanting to make movies based on games that aren’t even created yet. Yep, Boll is already trying to get some sort of film rights to 1988 Games’ Wii title “Zombie Massacre.” But let the man himself tell you all about it:
“I want to make this movie more creepy than ‘House of the Dead, ‘which was intended to be funny and campy,” said Boll. “I’d like ‘Zombie Massacre’ to be a harsh zombie movie like ’28 Days Later.’”
I caught the pilot of “Dirty Sexy Money” and I really enjoyed it. Peter Krause (“Six Feet Under”) has an intrinsic watchability about him and he’s proven he can be the centerpiece for a compelling series. He plays Nick George, a lawyer who unwillingly replaces his deceased father as the legal counsel for the super-rich Darling family in New York City. Nick grew up with the family, so he has history with each and every member of the family. The show is quite funny, but there is an underlying darkness to it (which is readily apparent by the end of the pilot) that gives it a certain depth. With so much history and so many secrets, the writers have a lot to work with, so I think the show has loads of potential.
For those that missed the pilot, ABC.com is streaming at their website.
If you’re a fan of Al Pacino’s, and by that I mean “fanatical” about Al Pacino, then perhaps you recall the 1980 movie he starred in called “Cruising” which featured Al as a straight undercover cop posing as a gay man trying to solve a string of homosexual murders. If not, then get ready to check it out as the film has been reissued on DVD. At the time, the movie flopped, was met with critical backlash by the gay community (which was the opposite of what director William Friedkin had intended), including portests and rock throwing in the streets of New York City while the film was being shot. To this day, Pacino still isn’t sure about his character’s outcome at the end of the film, and Friedkin seems to dig that fact.