Archive for Spider-Man

April 27, 2009

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Sadly, now only two of these 'Girls' are still alive.

Sadly, now only two of these 'Girls' are still alive.

Speidi: Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt marriedre-married, depending on how you look at it— over the weekend. Sure it’ll be on TV sooner or later.

Jamie Lynn Spears: Her babydaddy got into a serious accident yesterday, landing him in the hospital.  Thankfully, for his family’s sake, he’s expected to recover.

Bea Arthur: The world got a little bit less funny this weekend with the passing of this Golden Girl.  She was 86.

Twitter: Has Matthew Perry joined the celeb Twitter movement?  You decide.

Best Week Ever: Put together a list of the top TV cross-overs, including more than one Steve Urkel appearance.  Lots of classic moments and tons of memories–love it!

Spider-Man: Totally disappointed.  Thought the roles for the upcoming musical were pretty much set, but according to MTV, open auditions are being held throughout the country.  Hmmm…

SIZZLED OUT: BET

STILL SIZZLING: This rapper’s return to the mainstream will be buoyed by not one but two abums–even though the first one isn’t even out yet!  Talk about an addiction!

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February 26, 2009

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The next Peter Parker and Mary-Jane?

The next Peter Parker and Mary-Jane?

Justin Timberlake: Will be a guest on the first episode of Jimmy Fallon’s late-night show, airing Monday.  Don’t know about you, but that’s not enough to get us to watch.

Schwarzenegger: Who said he was done with Hollywood?  The governator will be making a cameo in a Sylvester Stallone film.  That seems like a good use of his time.

David Archuleta: Blogged about filming a guest spot on Hannah Montana and said “Miley was a cool person to hang out with.”  By next week, the tabloids will be calling them a couple.

Gilmore Girls: The final season, arguably its worst, is finally coming to syndication.  You can watch it this June on ABC Family.

Spider-Man: A Broadway musical version is definitely happening, with a targeted opening date of early 2010.  Possible casting: Evan Rachel Wood and Jim Sturgess, the latter of whom we ADORE.  Coincidence: their Across the Universe director, Julie Taymor, is behind the musical.

Wheel of Fortune: Our episode airs tomorrow night!  Check your local listings for channel and time.

SIZZLED OUT: Ronald Reagan

STILL SIZZLING: This movie is being remade.  But giving you a HINT would give away the answer!

October 31, 2008 Pt. 2

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 31, 2008 by sizzlemaker
Rockin' out and looking pretty while doing it!

Rockin' out and looking pretty while doing it!

David Cook: Our favorite Idol EVER will be performing on SNL tomorrow night.  Meeting him last spring will forever rank as one of our all-time best days.

John McCain: Stealing Cook’s thunder and also appearing on SNL.  Psht.

Shanna Moakler: Travis Barker’s ex has given her first interview since finding out about his plane crash.  Last time she spoke, though, Travis said not to believe her.  So what will it be this time?  Fact or fiction?

Melrose Place: Despite persistent rumors, if the remake happens, it probably won’t be aided by current mega-creators Mark Schwahn (One Tree Hill) and Josh Schwartz (The O.C., Gossip Girl).  And thank god.  We want a seventh season of OTH, not a rehashing of a show that wasn’t very good to begin with.

Spider-Man 4: The flick, set to be released in 2011, has found itself a writer.  A Pulitizer award-winning, Julliard-trained one at that.  But we have to wonder: why are movies from the same series being written by different people?  What ever happened to consistency?

Newsday: Our hometown newspaper appears to be the latest victim of the revived Anthrax hoax.  Really, people, this is SO not funny.

Hugh Hefner: In a new biography–aptly titled Mr. Playboy–the media mogul’s life is given the up-close-and-personal treatment.  Silly us, we thought that’s been done before.  Many, many times before.