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Britney Spears Keeps Getting Worse

All of the gossip sites are reporting the court has awarded temporary custody of the kids to Federline until the final ruling is made at a later date. Britney's lawyer quit and now her manager has apparently quit as well.


Man, losing a custody battle to FEDERLINE?? Who was her lawyer? LIONEL HUTTS???

Hutz: Your honor, this tape clearly shows which parent should have custody of the children.
Judge Snyder: Mr. Hutz this is footage from the Sexyback music video.
Hutz: Yes sir your honor, Mr. Timberlake is clearly unfit to be a father.
Federline: I'm K-Fed you idiot!
Hutz: ...the shipping guy?
Federline: No, the rapper!
Hutz: ...the shipping wrapper?

The Return of Tony Almeida!



One can never have enough of the infamous Cubs mug....

The Rock Witch Moutain

Credit: Reuters

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is in talks to star in "Witch Mountain," a modern re-imagining of Disney's 1975 adventure movie "Escape to Witch Mountain."

The story follows a pair of siblings, endowed with paranormal powers, who go on the run from a diabolical group of men who wish to exploit their abilities. Johnson will play a Las Vegas cab driver who is in for the ride of his life when he picks up the duo.

Disney is eyeing a March 2008 start date. Andy Fickman is on board to direct; he and Johnson worked together on Disney's upcoming family comedy "The Game Plan." Johnson's recent credits include "Walking Tall" and "Gridiron Gang."

Change 'Witch Mountain' to 'The Pacifier', and Rocky has basically inherited Vin Diesel's plummeting career.

I'm so glad the Rock quit wrestling to become a movie star. Now he can live out his dream of starring in crappy kids' movies over and over and over and over.

Anchorwoman Cancelled After One Episode

Credit: Broadcasting Cable

Fox Cancels Anchorwoman
Reality Series Debuted with 1.0 Rating Wednesday Night

By Michael Malone & Ben Grossman -- Broadcasting & Cable, 8/23/2007 5:15:00 PM

In the tradition of highly promoted flops that lasted just a single episode like ABC’s Emily’s Reasons Why Not last year, Fox canceled Anchorwoman, a network spokesperson confirmed Thursday afternoon.

The show -- about a former model and World Wrestling Entertainment performer who becomes a news anchor -- debuted Wednesday night to a miniscule 1.0 rating in the adult 18-49 demo.

The network will air repeats of Til Death in its place for at least the next three weeks, but those anxious to see how Lauren Jones’ journalism career turned out can do so by catching unaired episodes at FOX.com and via the Fox On Demand service.

This completely flew under my radar, but I doubt I would have tuned in either. Also, calling Lauren Jones a "former WWE performer" seems charitable at best, but I suppose it'll give the newz boardz one more "WWE contributes to stink of another failure" headline.


Alien vs Predator: Requiem Trailer!

This looks like it could be the film that the original AVP should have been. Be warned, it's an extremely violent trailer, but you'd expect that, wouldn't you?


Predators+Aliens+Jungle setting+Military force+Hard R rating=Potentially Awesome

Only negative thing I can think of is that there's too many humans. Why can't we get an Alien V. Predator film that only has one or two humans and then just a whole load of Aliens and Predators? The film isn't called Aliens and Predators V. Humans. I'd happily pay for a movie with little dialogue and tons of killing. It's like the makers of these films don't think people will go see them unless they put stupid people in the mix as cannon fodder.

Britney Spears New Look

She's really [] this close to porn. I'd almost bet on it.

Thats what she gets for keeping her virginity for so long. She bottled it all up and let out on every damn redneck in her sight.


Heroes 2.0 Anticipation: Hiro v. Ninja

Credit: Variety

NBC is adding former “Veronica Mars” star Kristen Bell to the cast of “Heroes.”

Peacock has snagged Bell for a key multiepisode arc of its sophomore sensation. Casting is a major coup for NBC since Bell -- who plays the title character in Judd Apatow’s upcoming “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” -- was reportedly being sought for several TV gigs, including a part on ABC’s “Lost.”

Bell will make her first “Heroes” appearance in October. She’ll play Elle, a character described as a sexy, mysterious young lady who has ties to the supposed death of Peter, H.R.G.’s past and the future of Claire. Elle will kick off her arc by committing a serious crime, though it’s unclear whether she’s good or bad.

“This was not easy to pull off,” said “Heroes” creator-exec producer Tim Kring. “But since we’re an ensemble show, with many arcs playing out through the year, we found a way to jump into a small window in (Bell’s) schedule.”

Universal Media Studios prexy Katherine Pope also hinted that landing Bell wasn't easy, noting that "many studios (were) chasing her in both film and TV" and that she was happy that Bell "chose to star in our show."

Thesp is represented by CAA and Emily Gerson-Saines of Brookside Artist Management.

The babe factor in this show just quadropled.