An ad campaign depicting the southwestern parts of the United States as part of Mexico backfires on vodka maker Absolut as angry US consumers calls for a boycott.
Will Uwe Boll really stop making movies just because of some online petition? Don't bet on it. When's the last time you ever seen one of those things work?
According to the Xinhua News Agency, China's State Archives Administration has published a number of historical records that offers "irrefutable evidence" that Tibet has been part of China since the Yuan Dynasty.
A man has been charged with assault for hitting a 15-year-old boy in the leg with a hedgehog. These things don't usually make the news except for the hedgehog bit.
Wired's Kris Kohler pointed to a Maxim interview with Gary Busey in which he gave a pretty far-fetched answer to one of the questions: "What was the freakiest thing you ever snorted blow off of when you were a prominent coke fiend?"
The weather has been awesome in the Bay Area these past couple of days. It's sunny and cool; the perfect weather to be outside. It makes me think of Hawaii...and old TV shows based there.
With the passing of movie icon and gun rights activist Charlton Heston on April 5, 2008 at the age of 84, Rotten Tomatoes Editors Tim Ryan and Sara Scheiron pay tribute with a short list of Heston's most memorable performances.
If you're in the New York area on May 3rd, you can see "Speed Racer," the Wachowski Brothers' latest movie since "Matrix Revolution," before the rest of the country since it won't open nationwide till the 9th. The movie will close out this year's Tribeca Film Festival (April 23-May 3), the trades have reported.
Comic book legend Stan Lee has signed a three picture deal with Disney, according to The Hollywood Reporter and Variety.
The three movies will feature original characters created by Lee specifically for this deal.
Incensed that his small Chilean town, Baquedano, has been overtaken by police officers and is being used to represent another country in the production of the latest James Bond movie "Quantum of Solace," Mayor Carlos Lopez caused a stir when he drove on set between the cameras and Daniel Craig, nearly ran over two officers in the process.