from MediaFile:

Curt Schilling’s video game finally gets on base

February 8, 2012

Curt Schilling, the former pitcher and two-time World Series champ is more nervous about his new video game than he ever was about baseball.

from Oddly Enough Blog:

Two and a Half Morons?

March 15, 2011

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Faithful readers of this blog know that I have pitched some high-concept ideas for movies and television shows in the past, stories like The Love Market! and that extra bonus season of "24."

from Fan Fare:

Hey Mel (Gibbons), we got your picture right here!

July 16, 2010

Gibbon2Celebrity news website on Friday dropped its latest bomb on Mel Gibson when it published a picture of a chip-toothed Oksana Grigorieva, who claims Gibson is responsible for her damaged front teeth. The two are locked in a bitter legal battle revolving around the custody of their daughter, and in the past week Radar has been publishing audio tapes of Gibson ranting at Grigorieva.

from Oddly Enough Blog:

We do have some job openings, Lamar

July 16, 2010


Mr. Johnson, it's me. They told me I had to show up in person at the employment office to prove I'm willing to take work. So here I am, what do you have for me?

from Fan Fare:

Mel Gibson: We heard the tapes, too.

July 13, 2010

GibsonWe heard the tapes, too. And they are not good. Mel Gibson (if, in fact, the voice on the tapes is his, and it sounds a lot like him) comes across angry, irrational, foul-mouthed and exhausted from ranting at his former girlfriend and the mother of his infant daughter.

from Fan Fare:

Mel Gibson finds comeback going tough

February 3, 2010

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The art of the come-back should never be underestimated -- especially if you're Mel Gibson.

from Fan Fare:

Mel Gibson shoots music video for girlfriend

June 22, 2009

Mel Gibson just released his latest movie. Well, actually, it's a music video he directed for his pregnant 39-year-old girlfriend, Russian singer/pianist Oksana Grigorieva. 

from Fan Fare:

Obama’s top aide comes with Hollywood connection

November 7, 2008

Barack Obama's first appointment as U.S. president-elect comes with an inside-Hollywood connection.  His newly chosen White House chief-of-staff-to-be, Illinois congressman Rahm Emanuel, is the older brother of Ari Emanuel, a founding partner of the A-list, Beverly Hills-based talent-management firm Endeavor.