Tag Archives: sarcasm

Newswire: Disney and Vince Gilligan are developing a Jack And The Beanstalk movie

Essentially, Breaking Bad is about a guy who sets off to help his family, but gets distracted and decides to help himself instead. It seems appropriate, then, that Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan is now developing a Jack And The Beanstalk movie for Disney. After all, Jack And The Beanstalk is practically the same story: Guy’s family needs money, guy […]

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Newswire: Common has joined Suicide Squad, Warner Bros. won’t say who he’s playing

Despite the fact that director David Ayer has already tweeted a photo of (most of) the Suicide Squad cast, Warner Bros. is still hiring famous people to play B-level comic book villains in it. It already has Will Smith as Deadshot, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje as Killer Croc, Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn, Jai Courtney as Captain Boomerang, and five or six […]

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Newswire: Robert Downey Jr.’s charm is no match for incredibly awkward interview

Pressing the limits to which Robert Downey Jr.’s affable charms can be strained has earned billions for Marvel so far, but today it’s earned Channel 4 News presenter Krishnan Guru-Murthy some viral infamy (which is worth far more in Internet dollars). Downey’s unflappable object met with Guru-Murthy’s unpersuadable force of wanting to ask questions about Downey’s past during an Avengers […]

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Newswire: Zooey Deschanel wants people to stop calling her adorkable

Ensuring that we will never, ever stop referring to her as “adorkable,” Zooey Deschanel recently told The Huffington Post that she is not, in fact, adorkable. Classic Zooey! So adorkable. She says that she doesn’t always agree with how she’s “portrayed in certain public contexts,” so she tries to stay away “from that sort of thing.” She also claims that […]

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Newswire: E.L. James’ husband to write the sequel to Fifty Shades Of Grey

Having apparently decided that outsiders like Fifty Shades Of Grey director Sam Taylor-Johnson will never understand her vision, E.L. James, author of the erotic trilogy that launched a thousand awkward merchandising opportunities, has hired someone she can control—sorry, trust—to write the sequel to the film. According to The Hollywood Reporter, James’ husband Niall Leonard has been chosen for the task. […]

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