ED DRISCOLL: The Left Devours Itself. Certainly we’re seeing that played out on a national scale this month, with the crude Vietnam-era attacks from Michel Moore, Seth Rogen, Howard Dean, Bill Maher and others on the far left on Chris Kyle’s legacy due to the blockbuster success of American Sniper. These double as thinly-veiled (often […]
Michael Fassbender will officially be playing the late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs in a new film based on the life of the technology pioneer. Also featured in the cast will be “Seth Rogen as Steve Wozniak, Kate Winslet as former Macintosh marketing boss Joanna Hoffman, Jeff Daniels as former Apple CEO John Sculley, Katherine Waterston [...]
Hopefully Seth Rogen and Michael Moore can learn to subsist by gnawing the picked-over meat of their American Sniper opinions, because they’ll no longer be able to eat reasonably priced sirloin in a sports bar atmosphere in Michigan....Show More Summary
ThenexttimeSethRogenisinMichiganandhasahankeringforasteakhousethatoneYelpuser describedashaving“stickytables,stickyglasses,terribleservice,andterriblefood,”he’llregrethavingaperfectlyvalidopiniononAmericanSniper.That’sbecausehe,alonShow More Summary
The cast for Steve Jobs has been revealed, and it includes Michael Fassbender, Kate Winslet, Seth Rogen and more! Check out the full cast list here: The post ‘Steve Jobs’ Cast Revealed: Michael Fassbender, Kate Winslet, More appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News, Videos, Recaps, Results.
No chicken wings for you! Michigan business owner Tommy Brann posted this sign outside his sports grille. “Michael Moore and Seth Rogen are NOT allowed in my place” The owner said he is honoring the bravery of American Sniper Chris … Continue reading ?
“We made up all our lines,” Seth Rogen remembered of Apatow’s 2005 flick, “The 40-Year-Old-Virgin.” A lot of the stuff was just us talking to each other and trying to make each other laugh, knowing that we had the freedom to say whatever we wanted. Show More Summary
It seems like everyone who is anyone has already weighed in on “American Sniper.” John McCain. Michael Moore. Seth Rogen. No one asked them to, but that did not stop them. I was fortunate enough to interview a drone to hear its thoughts. (I’ve been getting a lot of non-human blog contributors lately!) Washington Post: […]
If either Michael Moore or Seth Rogen are passing through Grand Rapids, Michigan and are looking for a place to eat steak, they can forget about visiting Brann's Steakhouse and Grille. That's because owner Tommy Brann has decided to defend the film American Sniper by banning them from his restaurant. He's even broadcasting the news on a giant sign out front.
The owner did not appreciate comments the Hollywood stars made about "American Sniper." Restaurant owner Tommy Brann has lit up the town of Wyoming, Michigan with sign boldly banning two Hollywood stars unlikely to visit in the first...Show More Summary
Of course he spelled "Rogen" wrong. The owner of the Brann's Steakhouse and Grille outside Grand Rapids has adamantly informed the world, in bright letters on a marquee outside the establishment, that "Michael Moore and Seth Rogen are...Show More Summary
Rogen might not be that useful at basketball diplomacy.
The FBI formally accused the North Korean leadership of hacking into Sony Pictures last month, but one of the few Americans to ever set foot in the isolated country thinks U.S. investigators got it totally wrong. “If the North wanted to hack anything in the world, anything in the world, really, they are going to go […]
Dennis Rodman doesn't believe the U.S. government. That's not such a surprising sentence, but in regards to the recent Sony hacking scandal, which was apparently caused by North Korea, Rodman thinks it's completely bologna. The former...Show More Summary
Well, Dennis Rodman is back at it again, with Rodman defending North Korea’s supreme leader Kim Jong Un in an exclusive interview with The Hollywood Reporter, and dishing about The Interview in Dennis’ first in-depth piece about theShow More Summary
Over the past decade, we've seen the rise of the bromance, mostly popularized by Seth Rogen and James Franco with films like Pineapple Express and The Interview, or even Jonah Hill with Michael Cera and Channing Tatum in Superbad and 21 Jump Street repectively. Show More Summary
The Interview Netflix Instant release is here! Subscribers got a surprise on Saturday when the company sent out an email showing that the controversial Seth Rogen comedy is now available for streaming. The film’s embattled history made...Show More Summary
Chris Kyle was a “psychopath patriot,” according to Bill Maher in the latest episode of his HBO night-time talk show Real Time. With Michael Moore and Seth Rogen sounding off on Clint Eastwood’s box office smash, and the conservative...Show More Summary