Archive for Beauty and the Beast

April 23, 2009

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The subject of a new movie?

The subject of a new movie?

Beyonce: Subject to a “hoax” yesterday when a recording surfaced–on the Howard Stern Show, no less–reportedly of B singing quite poorly.  But her camp quickly denied it was real–and claimed it was great publicity!

Tom Cruise: Pays writers what for many of us would be a year’s salary just to retool scripts of movies he’s considering.  Where do we sign up?

Elizabeth Banks: The Zack and Miri actress will star in “a workplace comedy” called “Forever 21” but no word yet if it’s related to the clothing store.  Would be kind of weird if it isn’t, though, right?

Beauty & the Beast: Our favorite Disney movie is just the latest classic fairytale to be remade.  HSM’s Vanessa Hudgens will star in a modern retelling simply named “Beastly.”  Let’s hope it’s better than all the Cinderella re-dos.

Daily Beast: Has a short photo gallery on how shows hides actresses’ pregnancies.  Timely because of the Pompeo news.

Maureen Dowd: Love the ending to Dowd’s latest New York Times column about Twitter.  We think she’s only dissing it because everyone likes it.  Psht.

SIZZLED OUT: Fred Segal

STILL SIZZLING: This athlete who has been accused of domestic abuse in the past weighed in on the Chris Brown-Rihanna situation, saying that Brown is a “baby'” who can’t handle his emotions.

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April 21, 2009

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One more year until Woody and gang return!

One more year until Woody and gang return!

Heroes: Here’s why the ratings might be so bad: it’s one of the most pirated shows!  Well, at least now they know someone’s watching!

MTV: Entering the “Obama era,” the New York Times declared based on the channel’s move to more community-based programing.

Seinfeld: Julia Louis-Dreyfus says she’s game for a Seinfeld movie–if someone can find the money.  That’s the problem for everyone these days, isn’t it?

Oprah: Canceled what would’ve been the “Columbine episode” set to air yesterday.  Never heard of O canceling a show so last minute like this before.  We really think she did a disservice and we’re happy to see that some people agree.

Disney: The next installment in the Toy Story series might not be coming until 2010 but the Mouse House wants you thinking about it now.  They screened a teaser for the film at a recent conference, and plugged the upcoming 3-D editions of the first two films and–our personal favorite–Beauty & the Beast.

SIZZLED OUT: Matthew McConaughey

STILL SIZZLING: If there’s no Seinfeld movie, would you settle for a retooled film version of this 90s sitcom?

November 19, 2008 Pt. 2

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on November 19, 2008 by sizzlemaker
A surprising choice, no?  Can't wait to see how it sells on newsstands.

A surprising choice, no? Can't wait to see how it sells on newsstands.

PEOPLE: Named Hugh Jackman the 2008 Sexiest Man Alive.   Not a bad choice, though we probably would’ve gone with someone a little younger.

Britney: In previews for her upcoming documentary, she finally admits she married for the “wrong reason.”  And how long til she does it again?

Star Trek: Admittedly we know nothing about Trek but this video really made us smile.  It’s a mash-up of the movie’s new trailer and the 90210 theme song.  Works quite well!

Brian Austin Green: Still with Transformers star Megan Fox and planning their wedding.  We’ve been hoping for a reunion with babymama (and former 90210 co-star) Vanessa Marcil but it doesn’t look like that’ll be happening.

Ashley Dupre: No surprise that the former call girl’s first interview is with PEOPLE.  Will Spitzer issue a response?

DWTS: Cody Linley (NOT Miley’s BF) cried after being voted off last night.  Julianne Hough is calling him the next Brad Pitt but we dont think Bradley would cry about this.

Reality TV: Who would’ve thought that all we needed was a recession to start reality TV’s decline?  As much as it pains us to say this, keep it coming!

Newsweek: Here’s a new one.  Rather than flat-out canceling their Christmas party, they’re just moving it to April.  Riiiiight.

Beauty and the Beast: It’s a tale as old as time, and it’s going 3-D.  Our favorite Disney movie EVER is being remade into 3-D format, all with its original footage.  We can’t wait!