Last night at 1:30 a.m. I pitched a movie about a machine-gun-toting, vengeance-seeking elephant named Peanut.
Please read the Amazon description of Big Apple Takedown:
December 2001: Vince McMahon steps out of a snowy night into a diner in upstate New York for a meeting with old friend Phil Thomson, now a highly placed government official. Thomson has a strange proposition: creating a new covert black-ops group using the Superstars of World Wrestling Entertainment. The WWE’s talented men and women are perfect. Highly skilled athletes with the ideal cover, they travel all across the country and the globe; no one would find it unusual to find them in a town one day and gone the next. The government would train and support the wrestlers in every way possible except one: no one must know the truth.
March 2006: The Superstars have been handed their latest assignment — take down a commercial-grade methyl-amphetamine plant that is bankrolling terrorist activities in Europe. Their mission seems simple and straightforward, until a member of their team is taken prisoner. Now all that they’ve worked so hard for is in jeopardy, and one of their own might be killed…
Kickstarter: Help me purchase the rights to this book and fund a movie that I will write and direct. I’m begging you.
Aaron Paul Is Doing A Twitter Scavenger Hunt All Over Boise For Tickets To A ‘Breaking Bad’ Screening
Aaron Paul is holding a “Breaking Bad” screening in Boise tonight, and he’s doing a Twitter scavenger hunt all over town to give out tickets.
Aaron Paul is spending his Sunday throwing tickets to a Breaking Bad screening out the window of a downtown Boise hotel. Aaron Paul is the greatest.
As The New York Times describes it, “The Spoils of Babylon is a six-part series… about a wealthy oil family that will spoof, in over-the-top fashion, the mini-series like ‘Roots’ and ‘The Winds of War’ that were mainstays of the broadcast networks in the 1970s and 1980s.” Jonrosh’s century-spanning saga, chronicles the sexy and dramatic lives of the Morehouses, led by Jonas Morehouse (Tim Robbins), his daughter Cynthia (Kristen Wiig) and her adopted brother Devon (Tobey Maguire) who made their fortune in the oil business.
The epic six part series begins on IFC in early 2014. Get yourself ready.
Will Ferrell and Adam McKay are heroes.
Still one of the best comedy sketches ever.
One of my favorite things about the Air Bud movies is that there are conceivably real human children on the bench (or who were left off the team altogether) while a dog is running around on the field or court. I find that hilarious. I like to imagine these children explaining it to an overbearing father.
Filmdrunk: Ranking The ‘Air Bud’ Films From Least To Most Plausible (via slacktory)
Shouts to Interfriend Danger Guerrero.
Hey! That’s me!