Blind Justice Premiers
He may have lost his sight, but not his vision (hehe)
Posts for March 8th 2005
No Oscars yet, but maybe she's on her way
Congrats Jennifer Ever since Office Space we have had a whole new respect for you beyond just being Rachel. Looks like 2005 may be your year after all - with all these movies in works and now recognition from ShoWest - things are just getting started, even if you did supposedly split from your husband the first week in Jan, things are looking up - besides you have been seen all over town with Brad anyway.
No explanation for the cancellation? Maybe it was the ridiculous story lines or horrible acting. Don't get me wrong; I tuned in each week because it was entertaining and laughable. Now what, continuing with the just as horrible Point Pleasant?
How about you do something super smart and save the canceled ABC's life as we know it. It would go well with The O.C. lead in and it does not deserve the same ill-fated early cancellation of My So Called Life. FOX to the rescue???
Reserve your copy now for the July release of the sixth book in the series. I was over them after the second, but I am sure it will be a NY Times bestseller before it is even available at a bookstore. Harry seems to be aging well on the covers. He is almost all growns up.
This year the TV world is recreating the TV star. Instead of trying to take movie stars and put them on the small screen, the networks have decide to take the talented TV stars of years past and give them a second (or third) chance. Look out for Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Fred Savage, Jane Curtain and even Don Johnson to possibly return this fall. Note: Don is working with the Jerry Bruckheimer whose past TV success stories include Amazing Race and the CSI series.
Aren't they just so good
They are totally outsinging the women every week. Last night's most impressive performances were Anwar and Nikko. Who will be packing their bags on Wednesday? I predict the dancing Usher want-to-be Travis Tucker and pseudo rocker Constantine Maroulis who butchered Sting's, Every Little Thing She Does is Magic.
Those network executives at NBC sure know what they are doing. Case in point, the strategy to delay The Contender until after Clint's movie won four Oscars - Bravo NBC.
Too bad the ratings did not reflect the hype. The show debuted with 8.4 million viewers, which is not bad, but by no means a success. It is a show that can appeal to all with the boxing, action and trash talking for men and the soap opera family stories for the ladies. The jury is still out as to whether this will be a regular tivo event. Stay tuned....