The RAGING BULL actor is now ready to direct and star in the film, which also features MATT DAMON and ANGELINA JOLIE, but removed the terrorist plot after his premonition came true.
Golin complains, "It was a sad miss. If that story had gotten made prior to 9/11, Bob would be looked upon as even more of a genius.
"But he went for the safety of history."
A popbitch reader had sex with actor Alan
Cumming in New York last year. Alan was
described as "remarkably quiet" during
sex, but immediately after sat on the
end of the bed, and adopted what was
described as a "tragic-little-boy-lost
look', making demands in a very faint
voice. Like "Alan wants water now" and
"Alan wants chips now".
Congrats on your 350th episode!!!!!!!!!! We're so proud of the quality work you and your colleagues consistently bring to "The Simpsons" with each new episode! Please enjoy this "350th Episode Block Party" on our behalf. Unfortunately, we have entirely spent this year's budget on Constantine's eyeliner, Ryan Seacrest's star and 4,000,000,000 phone lines, so we hope you appreciate the wonderful 1991 "Simpsons" costumes that were loaned to us by the Museum of Television & Radio for the party!!! Have fun with them (and don't spill anything on them). OH, and Ray Romano kindly donated an hour of his time for some celeb shots. Be sure to thank him.
Take care, and drink responsibly. It is a cash bar.
P.S. Be sure to watch "American Idol" every Tuesday at 8pm/7pm Central and Wednesday at 9pm/8pm Central!
ANYWAY, have a good weekend, friends and neighbors. We will be out of town on Monday, so look for the NB's return on Tuesday morning, K?
Season three "American Idol" contestant and criminal, Corey Clark...
...is claiming that he had an affair with Ms. Abdul and that she promised to fund his career. All he had to do was keep quiet. Well, he's shopping a book around in which he claims as much, probably because his career was/is underfunded. We don't care one way or another about either of these people, but we'll give this one to Abdul. Clearly this kid is more desperate than she is and, because she's the only woman on the panel, she falls victim to his last-ditch-attempt-at-stardom accusations by default. We will say, though, that if Abdul's taste in clothes has anything to do with her taste in men, it so could have happened. And, given that she's a drug addict, she may not have been in completely control of herself. OK. We changed our mind. She's totally a whore.
Another great part of last night's episode was when semi-comatose Kahlen found out that a girl she used to hang out with back home had passed away. Said girl soon evolved into "a friend from high school" and Kahlen spent the rest of the episode, which consisted of a photo shoot in a graveyard, crying and crying and crying about her bestest friend ever suddenly dying. Supposedly she channeled all her pain into this picture, in which she portrayed the sin "wrath"...
...but basically this picture was the result of the photographer yelling at her to be angry and to scream. Which is exactly what it looks like.
"People were going in and out of the apartment, [one of the tenants] was telling me about the late-night parties, and 'random dudes sprawled out on her sofa at all times. [Another tenant] had a little dinner party. Natasha was screaming up at them throughout the party."
"I felt sick to my stomach the moment she touched me," he said. "Her body was so skinny."
"It looked like a grenade had gone off," he said. "There was garbage everywhere. There were glasses smashed in the kitchen and standing water in the clogged tub with flies hovering over it. "That girl needs help."
OK, that's pretty much every quote the Daily News provided. They did come up with one of their own, which we also adore:
A representative for Lyonne was not immediately reachable.
In the 2006 made-for-TV-movie, My Short Career As a Skywalker, we cast Shane Klingensmith to play the 16-year-old Lloyd. Dakota Fanning will play Phantom Menace-era Lloyd, and, obviously, Hayden Christensen will play the eventual strung-out, alcoholic, suicidal Lloyd, in a segment that will basically just follow Christensen around in his soon-to-be daily life.