The award for best comedy sketch goes to… The Lonely Island.
Slumdog Millionare star Dev Patel has replaced Jesse McCartney (yes, the singer) in the role of Prince Zuko in M. Night’s upcoming The Last Airbender film adaptation.
Talk about great news! I still think Slumdog Millionare was an overhyped film, but I can appreciate this guys acting skill. I think he’ll bring a lot to the Avatar films.
Here’s the kicker: he also happens to be a black belt and 2004 World Championship bronze medalist in Tae Kwon Do.
Yes, things are looking good for this project.
Hulu has a special warning for viewers of the latest Lonely Island video. May not be suitable for those without a sense of humor.
After taking some time to digest Death Magnetic, I’m now sure that it ranks among the band’s top albums. After the horror that was St. Anger, I honestly didn’t think they would be able to pull it off.
It’s easily better than the black album, the album that marked the beginning of the end of Metallica’s old sound. More surprising, it comes very close to edging out Ride The Lightning for the #3 spot. The only thing holding it back is that Suicide and Redemption, while it’s a solid track, just can’t touch The Call of Ktulu as far as epic instrumentals go.
If you are/were a fan of 80’s Metallica, you need to purchase Death Magnetic. You will love it.