Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) and her colleagues on the Congressional Prayer Caucus penned a letter to President Obama Monday, attacking him for his alleged failure to the use the word “God” and “Creator” more in his public speeches, especially abroad.
From the horrible ideas department comes the news from George Lucas that he’s buying “the film rights to dead actors.” You know, so he can resurrect them virtually for upcoming movies. Oh, come on, George.
A familiar culprit, Rolling Stone magazine, wins for this puff piece on obnoxious British comic Russell Brand.
“I’m constantly distracted by my ambition, narcissism, vanity, desire, lust,” says comedian Russell Brand in the latest Rolling Stone cover story. “I don’t pretend to enjoy anonymity.” After breaking out with the character Aldous Snow in the 2008 comedy Forgetting Sarah Marshall not to mention a high-profile relationship with pop star Katy Perry, the 35-year-old comic genius better get used to even more attention, especially when Brand reprises his Snow character in the hilarious new movie Get Him to the Greek.
Watch the guy sitting next to Hollywood hack M. Night Shyamalan:
“People dance because dance can change things. One move can bring people together. One move can make you believe like you’re something more. One move (dramatic pause) can set a whole generation free.”
Bruce Jenner has no problem with his daughter Kendall’s provocative bikini modeling pics–calling them “hot shots” and defending them on the basis that they are “anything a 20- or 25-year-old might do.”
“But because she is 14, all of a sudden [people are like], Is it right for a 14-year-old to do?” he told Us Weekly. “She wasn’t showing anything that was inappropriate — you know, too much cleavage or anything like that. They were just like hot shots … I saw the pictures and I said, ‘OK.’ If that is what she wants to do — she wants to be a model — then more power to her.”