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Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Media-Whore D'Oeuvres


"David (Arquette) said on their 11th anniversary Courteney (Cox) gave him a motorcycle. He said she told him she didn't want to be his mother anymore. He said he really appreciated that. David said she didn't want to tell him not to do things and nag him. He said he really respects that. David said she told him to go out and do whatever he wanted. He said that the stuff he does and the way he acts is what Courteney loves about him. He said that it's also the stuff that she doesn't want in her life ... Howard said he can tell that Courteney instigated the break up based on what it said. David said it was actually him. He said they've had a trial separation for a while now. He said they went to do 'Scream 4' and he was feeling distance from his wife. He said they hadn't had sex in about a month or so. Now it's been about 4 months. He said that they're not having sex but he understands. David said she's an emotional being and she doesn't feel like bonding in that way. David said that went on for a few months and he started crawling the walls. David said they went to shoot ''Scream 4'' and there were all of these kids in their 20s in the movie. He said they shot it in Ann Arbor, Michigan. David said if she wasn't going to be his mother then he was going to be himself. He said he was going to be himself like Hanzi. David said he went out and he was just himself. David said he just went out and partied. David said he spent 11 years of his marriage being the most faithful man in the world. He said Howard can't imagine how faithful he was. He said he's legendary in the way he got things done. Howard asked if he was saying that he used to fuck a lot of women but he stopped. David said he wants to fuck Robin now. Howard asked David if he was amazing for stopping the fucking when he met Courteney. David said he was able to stop when he changed his brain. He said he stopped flirting and he wasn't available to anyone. He was completely committed. David rehashed everything he had already said and Howard was helping him end his sentences." (Marksfriggin)


"In the 1990s, the United States, though hardly perfect, did more than any other country to promote the responsibility to protect people facing mass atrocities. In Bosnia and Kosovo, though tragically not Rwanda, leaders learned that the slaughter of their people risked a forceful response from Washington. Unfortunately, President George W. Bush tainted such action when, finding no weapons of mass destruction, he tried to justify the invasion of Iraq retrospectively in humanitarian terms. Yet as Barack Obama recognized in his Nobel Peace Prize acceptance speech, 'Force can be justified on humanitarian grounds, as it was in the Balkans.' Obama needs to put this principle into practice, and there is no better case for the humanitarian use of force than the urgent need to arrest Joseph Kony, the ruthless leader of the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA), and protect the civilians who are his prey. And far from requiring a non-consensual intervention, Kony's apprehension would be welcomed by the governments concerned. The LRA began as a rebel movement in northern Uganda, but it now terrorizes the civilian population of northern Democratic Republic of the Congo as well as southern Sudan and the Central African Republic. Its cadre often descends on a remote village, slaughters every adult in sight, and then kidnaps the children, some shockingly young -- the boys to become soldiers slinging AK-47s, the girls to serve as 'bush wives.' Over more than two decades, many thousands have fallen victim to these roving mass murderers." (ForeignPolicy)


"Eddie Murphy is set to join Ben Stiller and Alan Alda in Tower Heist, the Brett Ratner-directed caper film for Universal Pictures. Imagine's Brian Grazer is producing, and Murphy will join Karen Kehela Sherwood and Kim Roth as executive producers. Jeff Nathanson, Ratner's accomplice in the Rush Hour films, is rewriting the latest version by Ted Griffin. Murphy has been mentioned as a possible participant going back to the film's original configuration as an African American version of Ocean's Eleven, when it was called Trump Heist. Trump was dropped as was that casting equation, and now, the storyline deals with operations and maintenance workers in a luxury Manhattan high-rise whose pension funds were looted by a Bernie Madoff-like  Wall Street crook, who is living high style in a penthouse apartment, under house arrest." (Deadline)

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