Posted by kingpinoftheinkpen | Posted in Art | Posted on 05-09-2011-05-2008
Look out world, there's a new Captain Planet in town...
Late last week Don Cheadle premiered a new skit on popular website Funnyordie.com. In the skit, Cheadle portrays iconic 1990s superhero Captain Planet, but with a decidedly different attitude. I think this is one of the funnier skits/parodies that I have seen in a while. Click out the video below.
Posted by kingpinoftheinkpen | Posted in Art | Posted on 03-08-2011-05-2008
The 2010-11 season of Two and a Half Men didn’t go out the way it was supposed to, due to the firing of Charlie Sheen. And, according to sources, it looks like any plans to ever bring Sheen’s character back are about to killed off. Co-creator and producer Chuck Lorre plans to kill off Sheen’s character (and he will be given a funeral) as well as introduce Ashton Kutcher to the series in a two part season premiere which will begin shooting this week. Entertainment web site Deadline Hollywood said Sheen’s character, Charlie Harper would die and his Malibu beachfront house would be put up for sale in a two-part season opener, allowing Kutcher’s character to be introduced as a potential buyer. This sounds like an interesting season opener. Click the pic to enlarge.
The new season of Two and a Half Men will introduce Ashton Kutcher to the series and feature the death/funeral of Charlie Sheen's character
As for Charlie Sheen, he has since signed a deal for a new TV series called “Anger Management,” but the show has not yet been picked up by any U.S. television networks. Are you guys excited for the upcoming season of Two and a Half Men? I can’t wait to see what shots Lorre throws at Sheen when they do the onscreen funeral for his character.
Posted by kingpinoftheinkpen | Posted in Art | Posted on 01-08-2011-05-2008
The new sci-fi western flick Cowboys & Aliens narrowly edged the live action/3d Smurfs movie to take the top spot at the box office. Cowboys & Aliens, whichs stars Daniel Craig, Harrison Ford and Olivia Wilde, opened with $36.4 Million to the Smurf’s $35.6 take. Captain America dropped to third, followed by Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2, which became the 2nd movie to surpass $300 million this year. Click the pic to enlarge and check out the top 5 movies below.
Smurfette and her blue buddies are barely edged out by Cowboys & Indians for the top spot at the box office
Top 5 Movies for July 29-31,2011
1. Cowboys & Aliens- $36.4 Million (new)
2. Smurfs- $35.6 Mil (new)
3. Captain America- $25.6 Mil ($117.4 Mil overall)
4. Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows, Part 2- $22 Mil ($318.5 Mil overall)
Posted by kingpinoftheinkpen | Posted in Keep The Change | Posted on 27-07-2011-05-2008
Today’s new Keep the Change comic talks about the creative new superduo, The Throne, who are better known separately as Jay-Z and Kanye West. At first, I was thrown off by the name choice, but the more I think about it, the more it makes sense. After all, both are more or less considered hip hop royalty. Click the comic to enlarge.
Posted by kingpinoftheinkpen | Posted in Art | Posted on 20-07-2011-05-2008
Whenever Tiger Woods makes his triumphant return back to the top of Golf’s elite, at least one person won’t be there by his side. Steve Williams, Tiger’s caddie for the previous twelve years was fired today, leaving the New Zealander stunned and ending a partnership that included over 70 victories and 13 majors. “I want to express my deepest gratitude to Stevie for all his help, but I think it’s time for a change,” Woods said on his website. “Stevie is an outstanding caddie and a friend and has been instrumental in many of my accomplishments. I wish him great success in the future.” Click the pic to enlarge.
Tiger Woods ends his 12 year relationship with caddie Steve Williams
Woods did not say who would replace Williams, nor did he say when he return to golf. Williams served as Tiger’s second professional caddie, following Mike “Fluff” Cowan. Tiger has missed the last two Majors due to knee injuries. [SOURCE]