Entertainment Weekly Has A Lot of “Iron Man 2″

Well, this looks really cool.  Before you, you can see Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson and Mickey Rourke, three stars from next summer’s Iron Man 2.   Entertainment Weekly got the exclusive cast photo seen above, as well as a whole story about the new film.

This shoot was for Entertainment Weekly’s new issue, which has been dubbed the “Comic Con issue”.  They’ll have exclusives for a bunch of new films coming down the pike.  Iron Man 2 might be the most anticipated film of next summer.  Can you think of someone who’s not interested in this film?  I can’t.

Head on over to EW online to read a little more and make sure to grab the new issue when it hits newsstands soon.

Will Ferrell Now Wants To Be A Cop

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What a hottie Will was!

He’s set to star in a cop comedy with Mark Wahlberg. It’s about time Mark took something a little less murderous.

Entertainment Weekly/Variety reports:   “A bidding war broke out on Tuesday for the action-comedy B Team, which will be directed by Adam McKay and star Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg as cops, Variety reports. It’s understandable, right? Isn’t that all the information you’d need to greenlight that picture? I’m actually giddy thinking about it…

Anything Will Ferrell does is pretty much awesome. Here is a favorite clip- Will Ferrell as George W Bush

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Jennifer Love Attention

I guess something in Jennifer Love Hewitt’s little brain prompted her to dress up like Audrey Hepburn, get in her car, and drive to a Tiffany jewelry store that had paparazzi so she could get some attention on her birthday. See this is what happens to women when they’re still single by their 30th birthday, they start dressing up like deceased female sex symbols to make themselves feel better. Anyway, happy belated birthday Jen!

Joaquin Phoenix’ Creepy Letterman Appearance

“Joaquin I’m sorry you couldn’t be here tonight” Dave joked. Joaquin’s hair matted, his voice a murmur, his skin apparently crawling. I could feel Joaquin’s irritation from the couch. The audience laughed at him constantly throughout the segments. Although he said virtually nothing, the weirdness spoke volumes.

After seeing this spectacle, I’m left thinking, “Is this supposed to be a joke?” Has something gone terribly wrong with Phoenix or is he using us as some sort of science project?

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Sadly, the answers probably won’t come easy.   He surely will never admit he is playing all of us, and if he does have real issues then we may not know until it’s too late.   When things go this wrong with this great of an American actor, all we can do is keep our fingers crossed and buckle ourselves in for the ride.