Zoe Saldana is the new Mia Farrow in the made for television remake of 'Rosemary's Baby.' You know I like Zoe Saldana, but I don't know how to feel about this one. I'm not a Mia Farrow fan, but this goes into that (very plentiful) category of: DID THIS REALLY NEED TO BE REMADE? 'Rosemary's Baby' is a classic horror film, like 'Carrie.' Which was also (unsuccessfully) remade last year. You can see my take on last year's 'Carrie' here. I of course will still watch it. Patrick J. Adams of 'Suits' plays Rosemary's dastardly husband in this version. It will be a four-part mini-series, which seems a little long to me. Ok. I really need to stop complaining. Moving on...
I want these so bad, but I have flat feet. Thankfully they do have some 'Wonder Woman' flats, among other footwear. They also have super cute 'Star Wars' heels. Geek girls like fashion too! Y'all know how I feel about 'Wonder Woman.'
Do you want to visit a real world movie set? Or even an abandoned movie set? Well, yes you can. You can visit the fictional town of Port Royal, Jamaica. Yes, Port Royal was once a real place, but it has long since been destroyed by earthquakes, but you can see the the colonial-era Port Royal movie set that Disney created in Wallilabou Bay on the island of St. Vincent for 'Pirates of the Caribbean.' There are a couple others on the list too, including the Fugitive's train accident, Looper's diner, the entire town as seen in 'Big Fish.' This is a pretty cool list by Cracked.com.
Yay for more 'Star Wars' parodies. The newest one is 'The Jedi Doth Return' (which is 'Return of the Jedi' in Shakespearean format). Yes, Shakespearean. If you like other mashups like 'Pride and Prejudice and Zombies,' then you may like this too. You can buy it online here.
If you've read this blog at all, then you know that I have a slight obsession with 'Game of Thrones.' Check out these pictures from the 'Game of Thrones' exhibit this past week at SXSW Festival. An enterprising fan, named Brent Peeples, took 45 photos from the exhibit. And we thank him.
A guinea pig attacks a bag of popcorn.
And Jimmy Kimmel makes his celebrity friends read mean tweets about themselves. :(
Katy remembers her beloved cat Tookie. Stop by and wish her well. I had a kitty for 16 yrs so I understand. :(
French Toast Sunday is offering a Veronica Mars prize pack! Yay, Veronica Mars returns thanks to the fans.
Chip reviews 'The Big Parade' (1925)
Paul debuts several gorgeous new poems.
Mettel Ray reviews 'True Detective.'
Brittany reveals a new indie gem.
See what the Hollywood Spy is up to today.
The Geek Twins are offering a 'Star Trek' or 'Star Wars' USB stick in honor of March "Geek Madness"
Sati is hosting her first ever blogfest. It's a great idea! So seriously check it out.And So It Begins gets in character with Willem Dafoe.
Jeremy can't go to 'Walker Stalker' this month! :(