Some of you have seen recent big screen adaptation of The Smurfs because it made a whack load of money over its opening weekend. So much so that the good folks at Sony have just green-lit Smurfs 2 and it is slated for August 2, 2013.
I am not sure if the success of this movie was based on how good it was, or that it was just released at the perfect time of the year.
What say you?
source - /Film.
Regardless, I actually kind of dig the idea behind this. I am very much intrigued how they are going to incorporate both Franco and his Oscar co-host Anne Hathaway into the show as the hosting duties are some pretty big shoes to fill.
Them doing the closing scene from Grease seems like a good idea.
I guess we will find out out on Sunday.
In the meantime, here is the video below:
source - Deadline.com.
I have never watched this show. According to a buddy of mine, it’s awesome…and he hates everything.
So this is good news.
Apparently it’s a bit of a no-brainer though. Raising Hope has been one of the highest rated new series this season. It helps that it has Glee as the lead-in, but after cancelling Lone Star after only episode, FOX owed us one.
source - Deadline.com.
So I FINALLY saw last season’s finale of Glee last night and it all kinds of awesome. I’ve loaded up the season premier from a couple of days ago and am very anxiously waiting to watch it.
It is very timely that I came across this coolness the other day. Seems like NYMag’s Vulture has put together a very accurate map of Glee’s McKinley High. It is pretty damn awesome and apparently extremely accurate. (Head over to Vulture to see the huged version).
Here is Vulture’s blurb on it:
Some fictional places — like Lord of the Rings‘ Middle Earth, or Harry Potter‘s Hogwarts — have been mapped in such detail that we know the exact location of every Hobbit hole, over-size spider’s nest, and moving staircase. Not so with Glee‘s William McKinley High, where it’s never been clear just how the one hallway the students and teachers are always walking through connects to the principal’s office or the football field. But because it’s important to know, say, how far Sue Sylvester‘s office is from the rehearsal room — can she hear the glee club practice? Has that been one of her secret methods of sabotage this whole time? — we’ve tried to assemble the definitive map of McKinley High. It took some detective work: We rewatched every episode, keeping careful notes on where the gleeks turned corners, entered rooms, and got slusheed. We did discover some inconsistencies (Ryan Murphy and Co. do not always share J.R.R. Tolkein’s dedication to geographic precision), but we’ve come up with as close a floor plan as can exist. If you notice anything wrong — maybe you think Sue’s trophies are closer to Will’s classroom? — we’d love for you to turn cartographer, make your own diagram, and send it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll get William McKinley mapped like it’s Middle Earth if it’s the last thing we do
I love Glee, I really do. There are times that I really question this devotion.
This is one of these times.
Ladies and Gentleman, I present to you, information about the Britney Spears episode:
In the Britney/Brittany episode, Mr. Schuester (Matthew Morrison) insists that the glee club perform adult contemporary music at the school assembly, but the kids have other plans. As New Directions mounts its campaign to perform Britney Spears’ greatest hits, they learn that their own Brittany (Heather Morris pictured above with Ms. Spears) has a connection to the famous performer. Meanwhile, Will meets Emma’s (Jayma Mays) new love interest, Dr. Carl (John Stamos), who sparks a rivalry between the two men as they vie for her attention. Glee airs Tuesdays at 8/7c on Fox.
If it wasn’t for Stamos being in the episode, I would have probably skipped it. The rest of the season looks like its gonna kick some ass, so it should be fun.