Casting Ideas for Other Comedian Biopics

Posted Oct 13th 2009 at 11:40 AM by Tom Ganjamie

With the news that Marlon Wayons will be playing comic great Richard Pryor in an upcoming biopic, we at PopEater starting thinking about what other actors should be cast as some of America's comic legends. Here are ten funny people and their young Hollywood counterparts. http://xml.channel.aol.com/xmlpublisher/fetch.v2.xml?option=expand_relative_urls&dataUrlNodes=uiConfig,...

Funniest Andy Samberg 'Digital Shorts'

Posted Sep 27th 2009 at 09:21 AM by Tom Ganjamie

If there was one thing that would be certain for the season premiere of 'Saturday Night Live,' it's that resident 'Digital Short' auteur Andy Samberg would have some sort of ridiculously funny video planned. While the Megan Fox-starring 'The Date' and 'Megan's Roommate' were kinda funny (watch 'Date' here and 'Roommate' here), we don't think they lived up to Samberg's past greatness (and really...

Top 10 Movie/TV Product Placements

Posted Sep 17th 2009 at 04:03 PM by Tom Ganjamie

Judging from the trailer, 'The Road' is likely to be the feel good post-Apocalyptic movie romp of the holiday season. What is not readily apparent, though, is just how the filmmakers can cram egregious product placement into a film about surviving a bleak, unforgiving Hellscape. According to Seth Abramovitch at Movieline, the characters drink Vitamin Water and other Coca-Cola products with labels...

A Guide to George Clooney's Brunette Gals

Posted Sep 8th 2009 at 07:31 PM by Tom Ganjamie

This weekend George Clooney created a frenzy as he showed off his long-rumored new girlfriend, Italian TV personality Elisabetta Canalis, at the Venice Film Festival. Most casual onlookers simply confused her for Clooney's former girlfriend, cocktail waitress Sarah Larson, which is understandable since the two women look so similar. Upon closer inspection, however, it seems George Clooney has upgr...

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