Only celebrities are allowed to be pregnant and still work. They can afford nannies, and entire film shoots are scheduled around their pregnancies. Pregnant ladies in Hollywood are like spiders. The Hollywood studios scream when they see a spider and want to get rid of it, but then a good producer reminds them that…
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, which premiered at Grauman's Chinese Theatre, is about Michael Cera battling his lady's evil exes. But while there was some dubious fashion on display, nothing was as alarming as our hero's lower half:
The Pacific, HBO's, well, Pacific-set answer to Band of Brothers, is a ten-part World War II miniseries. In other words, a Television Event. With a Mann's Chinese Theater premiere to match:
This week's Hung reminded me that I've been wanting to write about the show. HBO's new offering follows the story of Ray - a down-on-his-luck, former athlete-turned-coach on a losing streak in life. But he still has a giant dick.