Movable Type 3.2
February 03, 2011
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Happy Thursday. I have to shovel out this morning. I am not looking forward to it. You know, I've been posting a lot of TV development news recently - pilot pickups, casting, etc. - and I think rather than having it clog up this post ever day, I'm gong to start compiling it into one post one weekends. Sound good?
Start your morning off right: Tom Hardy in a Batman T-Shirt. In related news, it looks like Joseph Gordon-Levitt may also be in the movie, and at some point we're all going to pass out from the hotness they're concentrating here.
The White Stripes have broken up, surprising all of us who thought that happened years ago.
F1 testing started, and Sebastian Vettel was quickest.
I'm not sure this Aaron Sorkin article actually has new information about his show, but I'm going to be giving you every scrap of information I can find on this, so get used to it.
If you're into Stephen King, you should be following my friend's new Tower Junkie site.
This is no good: Apple Moves to Tighten Control of App Store
Friday Night Lights final season NBC premiere: April 15. I swear I'll catch up by then.
The current Gossip Girl Reality Index
When Did Elegant Women Become Villains? (And I agree that I love the stepmother on Fairly Legal.)
The Duchess of Cornwall will be on The Archers. Hee.
Not that I need more TV to watch, but this makes Korean dramas sound really fascinating.
I'll admit that the participants in the Celebrity Beach Bowl have me almost ready to go drop in on my parents, who have DirectTV: Matthew Morrison, Chace Crawford, Matt Bomer, Josh Duhamel...
Someone we've never heard of has been cast as Kate Middleton in that Lifetime movie. Wait, I take that back. She was a Jane Doe on The Forgotten. Man, I miss that show.
This is the sort of thing I actually think about: 4 Tips for Buying Great Cheese on a Budget
Hey, I think about this sort of thing too: Are your various notes and lists coherent enough to help someone solve your murder?
This is the only theory about Jon Huntsman I've read that actually makes any sense.
Really, Connecticut? Really?
Forever YA continues their Montgomery-fest with Anne of Avonlea.Posted by Kat at February 3, 2011 07:06 AM