Samantha Harris was pretty cryptic in a recent interview, saying “who knows what the future holds,” and “for season 10” of DWTS, she “want[ed] to focus on ‘The Insider.'” Since Brooke Burke has been named the new host, I wonder if Samantha Harris is having buyer’s remorse. After all, ‘The Insider’ is the worst show on television. Perhaps this is her way of telling Burke not to get too comfortable. Am I reading to much into it?
As I previously reported, Kiefer’s Sutherland’s contract is up, and Fox still has not renewed ’24’ for a ninth season. Now Radar Online is reporting that Fox will announce the end of the series tomorrow. The costs of the show are increasing and the ratings are decreasing, which is the perfect formula for canceling a show.
Marc Thiessen, a Bush speechwriter, went to ‘The Daily Show’ to promote his book. Probably not the best move for him. Jon Stewart made me proud. Thiessen has a series of outlandish claims in the interview. Here are a couple: he claims the the lawyers representing the terrorists are equivalent to terrorists themselves, and that Obama has made the country less safe due to his stance on torture and terrorism. Watch the exchange below.
‘Money Never Sleeps,’ the sequel to Oliver Stone’s 1987 film, ‘Wall Street, ‘ has been pushed back from April to September. No word yet on why, but it is speculated that the original release date didn’t give Oliver Stone enough time to finish the film, given that he only finished shooting it in December. See the trailer below.
Something about this trailer is disturbing. Isn’t that Dakota Fanning, the girl from ‘Charlotte’s Web?’ I’m all for going outside the box, but this is a little unsettling. The film is based on the 1970’s all girl rock band. It opens nationwide on April 9th. Judge for yourself.
Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Joan Cusack, and John Ratzenberger, are all returning for Toy Story 3. Whoopi Goldberg will also join the cast as the purple octopus. The movie will come out June 18th, and it follows the toys after they are dropped off at a day care center when their owner, Andy, goes to college. Click on the links to see the trailer and the new poster, which features every character.
Robert De Niro will play Vince Lombardi for ESPN films. The movie will hit theaters sometime around the Super Bowl 2012. The story will follow Lombardi, as he turned the Green Bay Packers into five time champions in just nine years. Since Lombardi’s death in 1971, the trophy awarded to the Super Bowl winner has been named the Vince Lombardi trophy. The film will be written by Eric Roth, the writer for ‘Forrest Gump.’