Monday, February 05, 2007
Yep, according to The Hollywood Reporter, one of Hollywood’s most vanilla filmmakers (what a piece of crap that “Night at the Museum” was!) is set to replace one of Hollywood’s finest (what a masterpiece that “Batman Begins” was!). It makes less sense than Kevin Smith doing a “Clerks” sequel.Goyer left the project – a project he’d been championing for years, even coaxing good friend Ryan Reynolds into starring in the eventual pic – because of creative differences with the WB. They just didn’t go for his script, apparently. Which begs the question… What the hell kind of script are they working from now? I mean, the director of “Cheaper by the Dozen” definitely won’t be wanting to challenge himself much, will he?? Heh?
If your weren't one of the 3.2 million people that purchased the terrifying Burger King games over the last 6 months or so, your dreams of forcing people to eat virtual disgusting fast food can now come true for a mere 99 cents. The Hushed Casket is reporting that Burger King has dropped the price of their bizarrely popular games from four bucks a piece to less then a dollar,
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