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Daily Musings 2/27

Posted by goldwriting on February 27, 2008

1 – The next installment of the Terminator films, tentatively called Terminator Salvation: The Future Begins, now has a release date of Memorial weekend 2009. Please mark your calendars, get all your affairs in order and ready the preparations to shoot yourself in the face. My hopes for this are obviously not high.

2 – WWE Films has signed a first look distribution deal with Fox Pictures. YAY! This means we can expect The Marine II, where his kid will get stolen this time and John Cena will have to drive even more indestructible cars, or Condemned-er, where WWE dips there bruised and broken toes back into the pool of torture porn. If we are really lucky and are good boys and girls this year, maybe, just maybe we’ll get See Less Than No Evil, where Kane resurrects himself via the magical power of glow worms.

3 – I’m pretty sure this new pic from the upcoming Hulk sequel is the exact moment when Ed Norton found out the final explanation of Lost. [via Empire Magazine]


4 – Whoa, wait a gosh darn second. When the hell did we jump up to 11 planets? Why wasn’t I notified of this? Now I know for sure that if I went on Are You Smarter Than a 5th grader? I would lose hands down. Honestly, these NASA types seem to have nothing better to do than point at indescribable blotches in the sky and say, “Yeah, sure why not? That’s another planet. Let’s name it Cletus.” [via CNN]

5 – Word has been fired back from the Black Crowes at Maxim magazine for their soft and late apology. Evidently writing bad reviews without really listening to the albums really pisses some musicians off. Babies. Oh, it turns out Maxim did the same thing to Nas. I can feel their credibility rising and rising towards something I might not use as toilet paper. Nope, sorry, it was just gas.

6 – The inevitable has come, Neverland Ranch is up for sale with all the furnishing intact. If that place isn’t haunted I’d be shocked. It just looks like the same amusement park the kids from Scooby Doo used to always find that old man who would have gotten away with it if it wasn’t for those damn nosy kids. Hmmm… actually that sounds exactly like the Neverland Ranch.

7 – Warner Brothers strengthened the case that they will be finishing in some fashion the Where the Wild Things Are adaptation by setting a release date of October 2009. I would actually push it to Halloween if possible because it would be a great draw to actually have a family type film on the screens against the that year’s Saw episode. Now if something goes horribly wrong and those two films are combined, God help us all. Little kids in wolf suits are going to run amok on the streets.

8 – If you’ve never seen a Sexman review, strap in:

9 – For those who love reading, and I mean more than reading this blog or the daily fortune on you cell phone chat line, here’s a great list of 5 books that will actually make you dumber. [via Gorilla Mask and Cracked]

10 – Here’s a pairing I never knew I was waiting for my whole life, John Mellencamp and Stephen King are teaming up together for a Boradway production titled, Ghost Brothers of Darkland County. The script is being penned by King and the music by Mellencamp. Now I have another reason to travel to New York other than the sudden desire to completely freeze my ass off in snap cold streaks. [ via Starpulse]

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