If you missed it, and still care, here are the results from “Survivor: Africa” Episode Seven. Personally, I watched it, but I don’t care anymore.
Tom Green Goes Back To Television
Canadian goofball Tom Green developing a half-hour variety series for the WB network. Green tells the Hollywood Reporter the show will focus on the world of skateboarding, with pros “getting into all sorts of crazy and wacky adventures in different parts of the world.”
It Only Took Five Days
“Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” surpassed the century mark Tuesday at the box office, but the film’s $104.6 million total is $1.1 million shy of the five-day record set by “Star Wars: Episode I–The Phantom Menace in 1999.”
To much surprise, Garth Brooks bounces Britney Spears from the top of the charts.
After a horrible year in movies all might be well in Hollywood. This year’s Holiday movies are for fun and for Oscar. Either way, I can’t wait to see all of them!
Perhaps now the band might finally find what they are looking for.
Even thought it’s not bad it’s not selling very well. So Britain’s best-selling tabloid launched ”Mick Aid” today in a tongue-in-cheek bid to boost the flagging sales of his solo album “Goddess In The Doorway.”