A Peruvian anthropologist by the name of Renato Davila Riquelme has stumbled upon the remains of an unidentified creature with a “triangle-shaped” skull that is nearly as large as the rest of its 20-inch-tall body. Spanish and Russian scientists claim that the remains are that of an extraterrestrial.
Akron City Prosecutor Doug Powley says he has dropped the case filed against 42-year-old Bill Morrison because the “situation did not warrant a criminal conviction.” The case he’s talking about is an inducing panic charge because Morrison brought a rubber ax into a bar before Halloween. Morrison, who has been a Hollywood makeup artist, was arrested on Oct. 16 after a woman who saw the ax under his coat called 911.—-
“I said rum and DIET!”
Nickelback today released a new album, but that’s not what I’m here to tell you. I’m here to tell you, kittens, that you don’t ever have to hear another word about Nickelback again. AUX Labs has released, NICKELBLOCK, a plugin for Firefox and Chrome that ,once installed, will eliminate all mention of anything Nickelback on your Interwebs.
What’s that? Yeah there’s one just like it for Justin Bieber. It’s called Shaved Bieber and you can download it here.
There’s a Freddie Mercury biopic in the making. And it’s starring Sacha Baron Cohen. Nothing is official, but producer Graham King said:
“Who better to play Freddie Mercury than Sacha Baron Cohen? You never know [if a film will actually come together] until it's done, but I'm hoping [he plays the part]. He's so talented, and you see a side to him in Hugo that no one had ever seen before. Very emotional, and very heartfelt.”
King is the same guy producing the new Tomb Raider film.
In the spirit of making defaming biopics, Julie Delpy is directing and starring in The Right Profile, a biopic of Joe Stummer’s life.
Wanna see some pictures from the set of The Dark Knight Rises? Click here.
Birdman says Nicki Minaj is releasing a sophomore album in early 2012.
Happy Birthday to Scarlett Johansson (love you, sweetie!), Mark Ruffalo, Richard Kind, Mads Mikkelsen, Jamie Lee Curtis, Terry Gilliam and the late, great Rodney Dangerfield.