What's the plot? Doesn't really matter... something about an arms dealer in a South American island, which is where they usually are.
Anyway, I bring this up because I was reading on the movie's Wiki page about a possible Part 2, and those who might star in in... those names include: Jean Claude Van-Damme, Hulk Hogan, Mr. T., Carl Weathers, Vin Diesel, The Rock, Charlie Sheen, Lorenzo Lamas, Chuck Norris and yes, it lists Ryan Seacrest (!). Now, with the addition of Seacrusty to that list, one must assume this is a very tentative list, as the words "action star" and "Ryan Seacrust" go together like "Obama" and "concern for the American citizen", but there it is. Wiki isn't known to be 100 percent accurate, but they are fairly close most of the time.
Of course, Bruce Willis and Arnold Schwarzenegger shared screen time with Sly Stallone in a quick scene that was highly praised as "the three biggest 80s starts at the same time", and sources say that Bruce is hoping to reprise his role as "Mr. Church", possibly being the main villian. Ahnold was also thought to be in a bigger role, but after his baby-daddy scandel the last few months, that might not happen.
Its targeting a August 2012 release date. I'll be there.
So, went to the doctor with The Lovely Steph Leann. Why is it that there are fifty chick mags in the office, all lying around, like "Parenting" and "Women's Health" and "Good Housekeeping" and "Ebony Baby Mama", but for the men, you usually have two options... "Field and Stream" is always one of them. My dad read that magazine when I was a kid, and I have a hard time believing it still exists. The other is "Sports Illustrated", though its a rule that doctors offices cannot have any issues that are anywhere close to recent.
Go to the doc's office and find an SI, and you are likely to see something on the front cover like "Saints Win Super Bowl" or "Will LeBron Pick Cleveland?" or "Favre Becomes an NYJet". To be fair, if you see a People Magazine, you'll also see something like "Elizabeth Smart Found!" or "Jesse and Sandra! Happy Together!".
Can they not subscribe to Entertainment Weekly or Newsweek or something? Seriously?
Being a Sunday afternoon, a lazy Sunday afternoon, we are just flipping channels and watching whatever is on. "Ironman 2" was finishing, as The Lovely Steph Leann dozes and I type. We both were awake at the end, though, when the Hammer Droids were all defeated, but rigged to blow up (hope I didn't spoil it for you... whoops). Anyway, this little light starts blinking and goes, "Beep... ... ... ... beep ... ... ... ... beep ... ... ... beep ... ... beep ... beep ... beep .. beep . beep beep beepbeepbeepbeep", which simply led me to observe, "If we are standing around destroyed battle droids and a little red light starts blinking and starts beeping at a progressively increased rate, perhaps I would start to run."
The Lovely Steph Leann just says, "Yep."
Hasn't Gwyneth Paltrow seen "Predator"? This is exactly what happens.
Speaking of "Iron Man 2", we were just chatting as the credits rolled, and I noticed something kinda funny... you know, like, at the end of movies when you see the American Humane Society logo, and it says "No animals were harmed in the making of this film"? I've often wondered what happens if an animal is, in fact, injured, and that claim is no longer valid.
Well, the end of the credits, the American Humane Society logo pops up, and beside it simply reads, "Animals were monitored during filming". Guess there's your answer
Yeah, so I guess we'll have to baby proof The Cabana. Kid coming and all. Very weird feeling.
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Tiny Lister as Deebo in "Friday"
So, this post extended into Monday morning... and usually in the morning, there's not much on worth watching. First World Problem and all... anyway, right now, there is an action movie currently on, called "Blast!" from 2004, and it's starring Eddie Griffin, Brecken Meyer and Vivica A. Fox. Those are actually the names along the top of the DVD box, along with action mega-star Vinnie Jones (and that, of course, is sarcasm).
That's the first indication that the movie is a bit unknown, when anytime your DVD box sports those names as your title stars... the second is what I just found out--you have to actually put forth an effort to find this in Wikipedia and IMDB. I mean, when you have to work to find the Wiki page, no bueno.
Oh, lest I forget, someone who didn't make the DVD box, but is worth mentioning none the less, is Tommy "Tiny" Lister, the big, lazy eyed black dude from such Oscar winning films like Hulk Hogan's "No Holds Barred" and for winning a Golden Globe as Deebo in Ice Cube's "Friday" series.
(Can poke some fun at Tiny Lister, but can't knock him too much... on 1999, he gave his life to Christ when Benny Hinn prayed over him and told him that he could use his acting career for the Kingdom. Lister is a member of The Light of the World Christian Church in California. Word.)
Truth be told, its on right now because Samantha Brown's Walt Disney World doesn't start until 10 on the Travel Channel... and that's where I'm headed. Samantha + Disney = me enthralled.
And finally... so, I don't watch "Glee" all that much... The Lovely Steph Leann is giddy when its on and Gleek personified, but for me, its not a bad show, I just don't watch it.
However, NBC has a similiarly styled show next year called "Smash". It won't take place at a high school, but will instead focus on the competitive nature of Broadway and those trying to make it. And, it stars not only Katharine McPhee, but also Debra Messing.
McPheever and Debra? I'm in.
Unfortunately, its NBC, so it will probably get scheduled against American Idol. Then they'll blame the show and its stars, they'll screw it up and cancel it. Then replace it with something like "Law & Order: Latta's Rule". How do I know this? Its NBC.
Summer of Blogging Day Fourteen