This keeps getting taken off the web. Wear a diaper. Thanks Ciph & Crew. In other movie previews news, a movie I have grown to anticipate “Pineapple Express” has come out with a new adult-only trailer at IGN. Tropic Thunder AND Pineapple Express is going to end this summer on a laugh! Trailer after the jump… Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted on July 31st, 2008
This Wyatt Cenac segment from last night is incredible. It’s the sharpest and funniest thing he’s done on the show yet. But, more than anything, it gives me hope for the first time that my dad might actually just be a rapper and not a Republican.
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Posted on July 31st, 2008
If you are in New York you should check out this discussion about the wire, it is tonight.
The Wire concluded its fifth and final season this year as one of the most acclaimed dramatic series in television history. David Simon, who created, produced, and wrote many episodes, shaped The Wire’s panoramic view of Baltimore-the newspaper, drug trade, port, city government, and schools-has said, “It is really about the American city and how we live together.” This behind-the-scenes program will include a conversation with David Simon, novelist Richard Price (who wrote five episodes), and cast members Seth Gilliam (who played Sgt. Ellis Carver), Clark Johnson (city editor Gus Haynes), Lance Reddick (Lieutenant Cedric Daniels), and Wendell Pierce (Detective William “Bunk” Moreland).
With David Simon, Richard Price, Seth Gilliam, Clark Johnson, Lance Reddick, Wendell Pierce, and Clarke Peters in person. Presented by Museum of the Moving Image at the Times Center, Manhattan.
I spent some time hanging out with my homie AMART and Cal Poly SLO alum Clinton this Sunday afternoon (No NSYNC) and Rob & Big came up several times in the conversation. My comments to them were that R&B could possibly be this generation’s “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air”. I mean, when has there ever been a bad episode on either TV series? Anyways, here are some things I found out about Rob today:
1) Rob is NOT the “D” in DC shoes. (At least according to Wikipedia)
2) He is co-founder of Rogue Status w/ Travis Barker
3) He likes to skate in the skatepark where we threw the infamous Evil Doers NYE party.
4) Rob is going to be in the new Righteous Kill movie w/ Pacino & DeNiro.
5) Rob & Big will not be coming back together next season.
6) Rob is 2 years older than me.
In any sense, Rob has made me appreciate skating again – more than P-Rod or the Dogtown movies. Explanation of the video above after the jump.. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted on July 29th, 2008
Our fav TV host and possible replacement for Alba, Olivia Munn, has started a new blog just for her homies at Know The Ledge. OK, maybe that part is not true but I like to think it is. She has given us inside video to E3 and now she is documenting Comic-Con just for us. So spend your evening or morning or both Olivia and tell her we said “hi!”. Now go to heyolivia.com now! Hilarious video after the jump… Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted on July 25th, 2008
I don’t know why DFLO or Anthony have been hiding this info from me. I know I am not as hardcore a Rage or Mars Volta fan as those two guys but c’mon… I didn’t even know this was going on. Zach and Jon from Mars – word?! Very excited about this One Day as a Lion project! How was this so under the radar? This is definitely being played on my stereo all weekend! Props to HHIR for the heads-up, LA Bloggers gotta stick together.