Congrats to the happy couple who wish to keep the sex of the baby a secret.
Posts for March 21st 2005
Magazine covers are very important for industry sales - for example, Graydon is hoping this months barely dressed models should perform well for Vanity Fair. The Media Industry Newsletter reports the best selling monthly cover models for 2004.
No wonder Harper's Bazaar is trying to book those famous twins which Gawker reported last week. Apparently, MK is not up for working with her sister these days.
Hail to the New Queen
England may not be happy, but when the engaged Charles and Camilla get married she will be the next in line to be Queen.
So there's this list that details why celebrities look good or very bad on HDTV. If you have never seen HD TV, then go to your closest consumer electronic store now and learn the difference because the visual does not hide pimples, wrinkles or any other simple skin issues which most people have. Hollywood has been able to hide these imperfections behind filtered lenses and crappie TV images in the past, but now some celebrities are very nervous to see how scary they look.
LA Times reports that CBS has rushed a Martha unauthorized TV biography show for sweeps. The network is working on signing Cybill Shepherd who played Martha in the 2003 TV movie bio. This show will focus in the past 6 years from when MSO went public in 1999.
Since CBS dumped Martha's daily show and she has now teamed up with NBC for the next Mark Burnett Apprentice, CBS is not planning on painting any pretty pictures of Martha. They don't seem to like the positive press she has been receiving so they are trying to muck it all up - somehow I think Martha will continue to clean up the mess and shine brighter.
Variety reported that the screenwriters behind the cult hit have been asked to right Johnny Blaze, starring Eddie Murphy. Dreamworks and Imagine are behind the deal of this comedy about an ex-rapper turned private eye who solves crimes in the the hip-hop world. Be ready for multiple celebrity cameos and of course those fabulous stereotypes that made Harold and Kumar so entertaining.