The 28 year old actress Amanda Bynes was arrested again for DUI, driving under the influence, on Sunday, Police said. She was charged with a misdemeanor and afterwards was held at the Van Nuys, California police station until 12:44pm that day, posting a $15,000 bail to be set free. It happened when she had stopped in the middle of an intersection on Van Nuys Blvd. in San Fernando Valley, California and police said she had a “disheveled” appearance which prompted them to give her a sobriety test which she failed. Amanda now has an upcoming court date on October 23 while already on probation, which means she could go to jail… if she doesn’t bribe the judge, of course!
Her probation is from her 2012 arrest for DUI in West Hollywood after side-sweeping a car and endangering the lives of others. After two years, in February 2014, Bynes took a plea bargain and the DUI charge was ultimately dropped under the stipulation that she serve three years of probation for reckless driving. In April 2014, she actually got her license back, and now is obviously showing that she can’t be trusted behind the wheel.
When Kevin Smith reported that the Weinsteins had said nay to financing his proposed budget of $6 million for Clerks 3 earlier this year, it seemed that a resurrection of the cult film had been officially canned. Fortunately for Smith fans, the box office bombing of his last effort Tusk had a nice silver lining that’ll be sure to put the indecency back in filmmaking, the porn spread back in our faces, the smell of shoe polish back in our noses.. the cigarettes back in the hands of 4 year old girls… ok, you get the point.
Here are the words straight from Silent Bob’s mouth:
TUSK was the absolute bridge to CLERKS III. Because of TUSK I got my financing for CLERKS III. And honestly, that wouldn’t have happened without Tusk. A year and change ago I was desperately trying to get CLERKS III made for the 20th anniversary and that desperation, I must have reeked of it because I couldn’t f*cking find money and shit. But it was Tusk, people going ‘Holy f*ck, what else do you have?’ and I was like ‘Clerks III‘ and they’re like ‘done’. So, everybody that’s like, ‘he failed, he failed’, I’m like ‘thank you, I failed into CLERKS III.”
It’s finally happening, the moment all Simpsons and Family Guy fans have been anticipating for over a decade. And it contains a rape joke, which clearly Matt Groening and Seth MacFarlane have no problem with, considering they never responded to Tim Winter, president of the Parents Television Council, when he told CBS News that he wrote to Fox and never heard back. When MacFarlane was interviewed about the criticism in Entertainment Weekly, he said, “in context it’s pretty funny,” and if you watch the trailer below, you’d probably agree….if you have a sense of humor!
While most Americans may not know who George Clooney’s new bride is, her resume is just as impressive as the long-established actor’s. Touting degrees from impressive institutions like New York University and Oxford, this multilingual human rights lawyer is fluent in English, Arabic, and French. She also happens to have represented a Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange and former prime minister of Ukraine, Yulia Tymoshenko and has been appointed to several UN international human rights commissions over the years. Since Clooney co-founded “Not On Our Watch”, an organization fighting international atrocities of genocide and “Hope for Haiti”, a telethon he produced which managed to generate $66 million for a Haitian earthquake relief fund, it’s no wonder that they would find so much in common with each other.
The wedding had been kept a secret for obvious reasons, but many big names were reported to have been there, including Brad Pitt, who was invited but may have been in disguise since he had appeared not to have arrived, according to the Guardian. Other confirmed guests were actors Bill Murray, industry entrepreneur Rande Gerber, Ellen Barkin, Cindy Crawford and her husband, Emily Blunt, Matt Damon, U2 frontman Bono, and US Vogue editor Anna Wintour. We’re sure to hear more about it soon from Vogue!
Not that we needed another movie, but it is nice to see the pair back again and up to their old antics. See the new trailer for sure to be one of the worst movies of the Fall below!
Alex Winter, the actor and director who portrayed Bill S. Preston Esquire in the two Bill & Ted movies, has given away a pile of bodacious details about the new, upcoming sequel to the franchise. In an interview with Yahoo’s movie writer Ben Falk, Winter says:
“[Bill & Ted] will be 40-something and it’s all about Bill and Ted grown up, or not grown up,” Winter tells us. “It’s really sweet and really f—-ing funny.
“But it’s a Bill & Ted movie, that’s what it is. It’s for the fans of Bill & Ted. It fits very neatly in the [series]. It’s not going to feel like a reboot. The conceit is really funny: What if you’re middle-aged, haven’t really grown up and you’re supposed to have saved the world and maybe, just maybe, you kinda haven’t?”
“There’s many versions of ourselves in this movie,” he continues. “[It’s] answering the question: ‘What happened to these guys?’ They’re supposed to have done all this stuff, they weren’t the brightest bulbs on the tree, what happened 20 years later? To answer that question in a comedic way felt rich with possibility.”
As speculation about the reason behind such a long wait for another installment in the cult film’s series surrounded around the death of George Carlin (Rufus) and a lack of profit from the second movie, Winter tells us a bit of different story.
“Me and Keanu and [original writers] Chris [Matheson] and Ed [Solomon] are all very close and have remained close over the years,” says Winter. “We’d be having dinner and we’d be like, ‘is there a point? Is there a way in?’ We’d kick an idea around and go no and we would leave it alone for a bunch of years. I guess about four years ago we had an idea together that we thought was pretty great. I think it was because so much time had gone by that it was great.
“It was really just the four of us and we were really very measured about it. It took time to construct the idea, it took Chris and Ed time to build the first draft. Then we put a producer together and got a director [Galaxy Quest helmer Dean Parisot]. We’ve been working on drafts for the last couple of years. The script’s been finished for a while, but comedy is so specific. We’re in that world where producers are on, financiers are on and we’re just working and reworking the script.”
It’s suppose to be a paradise holiday. 5 friends meet in a remote cabin in Panama’s woods for a vacation. When they are partying, they hear from the local that there is a beautiful waterfall in the deep jungle they are eager to check it out. Despite the fact that the warning from locals, they plan on the trip to find the waterfall. What they didn’t expect is that the legendary monster – Chupacabra is real and it has developed a taste for human flesh.
The Town That Dreaded Sundown is a remake from 1976. 65 years ago, there is a masked serial killer threatened a small town of Texarkana. The residents call it ‘moonlight murders’. However, today, a.k.a. 65 years later, the ‘moonlight murders’ start again. No one knows it is a copycat or something more malevolent than before?
Rotten Tomatoes gives The Town That Dreaded Sundown 100% want to see rate.
Release Date: Oct. 16, 2014 (Friday)
We all saw the comedy version of crazy undead from The Mummy franchise starring Brendan Fraser and Rachel Weisz. However, the mummies in The Pyramid are going to make your scream!
When a group of archaeologists found a mysterious pyramid is buried underneath the sands of the Egyptian desert, they seize the opportunity to be famous in the history. They are too excited to explore the catacombs yet not knowing they’ve awakened an ancient malicious force in the depths of the dark labyrinth structure…
Rotten Tomatoes gives The Pyramid 89% want to see rate.
Release Date: Dec. 5, 2014 (Friday)