Two movie premieres in one week were too much for 50 Cent. The rapper-turned-actor attended premieres in New York for "Twelve" on Wednesday night and "Gun" last Friday. But by the time he hit the latter event, he'd already forgotten crucial information about the first - such as the name of his director, Joel Schumacher....
Because nostalgia for Pacey Witter has reached an all-time high this summer, it doesn't come as a shock to find out that Dawson's Creek creator Kevin Williamson is interested in having Joshua Jackson appear on his current show, Vampire Diaries. Assuming this happens -- and while it probably won't, anything could happen -- it would be a boon for all those Pacey-Con disciples. But which other former actor/writer pairs should also re-team for a reunion? Movieline investigates ahead....
I’m a hardcore horror fan, but lets be honest. The horror genre is full of truly bad movies. But unlike most genres, a bad film in the horror genre might be a good thing. I will be the first to admit that I love campy b horror movies. There are certain things that bad horror movies must have in order to be enjoyable. First off, it has to have a ridiculous over the top plot. Usually involving a freak of nature animal(Giant prehistoric sharks/demonic Turkeys), inanimate objects suddenly coming to life and causing hilarious but extreme destruction(Snowmen/dolls) and occasionally a Satanic Santa(Just to mix things up a bit). Next up, it has to feature some bad acting; Acting so bad that it makes Mark Wahlberg’s performance in The Happening seem acceptable. The dialogue has to be stupid but hilarious and memorable. Especially if coming from said Doll/Demonic Turkey/Snowman. And of course, the movie has to be violent. The kills have to be over the top and humorous with plenty of cheap looking gore effects.
There are dozens of b horror movies that I absolutely love. But I have narrowed it down to my top five favorite awful horror movies that I can’t live without. All five films feature everything mentioned above making them almost perfect b movies.
Returning American Idol producer Nigel Lythgoe has a lot of decisions to make about the 10-year-old show — including helping choose its new judges. No one knows what he'll do, but he told us what he won't do. Speaking backstage Thursday at his other show, So You Think You Can Dance, he shared five things you won't see on Idol next season:
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Ran Harnevo, CEO of the big online video syndicator 5MIN, says that without a syndication strategy, there is no direct ROI around video for content producers.
Producers, big and small, who are creating video just for their own sites, are missing opportunities on the wider web, he says. (I agree.)
Harnevo made his comments at the recent Beet.TV Online Video Roundtable at MSNBC offices at 30 Rock in June.