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Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Britney Spears & Sanjaya: Islands in the Stream

Okay, it’s no news to anyone with half an ear toward the recent escapades of the former pop star, but Britney Spears is crackers. She’s completely lost her mind.

Proof:

The bald beauty is eager to work with ridiculed reality star Sanjaya Malakar, Star magazine reported.

The mag quoted Brit as believing that the two would make “beautiful” music together.

I mean, we all knew something was wrong in her itty-bitty brain, but now we know it’s serious.

I hope she gets the help she needs before she does something she’ll regret. Like make an album of 80’s cover songs featuring duets with Sanjaya and William Hung.

None of which explains how I could feel so luke warm about the idea of Sam Raimi directing The Hobbit. I love Raimi. The Hobbit was my favorite book of the bunch. Why am I not thrilled by this?

Maybe it’s because it’s such a long shot or maybe I don’t think he can pull it off. I really can’t figure it out.

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Hate to say it, but Sanjaya has the mojo here.  He can add some more of his unearned cred by saying “uh, thanks Brit, but no thanks” ... imagine ... and AI castoff pushing a pop tart has been even further down her hole:  hilarity ensues!

on Apr 24 2007 @ 12:52 PM

Actually, that would be funny.

Poor Britney. She’s young and the biggest and best of her life is already past. Sad.

on Apr 24 2007 @ 01:21 PM

It’s not a Sam Raimi movie. Too cerebral. There’s only one real fight in the whole darn book (Bilbo vs. spiders), if you leave off the war at the end. Which is also not a Raimi-esque plot element.

Fortunately it looks like it isn’t going to happen. I’m betting it goes back to Jackson. This is a kerfuffle over money or pride or something; eventually someone will give in and the movie will get made by Jackson.

on Apr 24 2007 @ 01:56 PM

I hope they would get someone like Armin Shimerman (Quark, Deep Space Nine) to play Bilbo instead of an Elijah Wood type. In my minds eye, Frodo wasn’t cute from the description in the book.

on Apr 25 2007 @ 03:58 PM
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