Finding Nemo Sequel, Finding Dory, NEW DETAILS

Pixar has provided new details about upcoming Finding Nemo sequel, Finding Dory, compliments of animation honcho Jim Morris.

Back in the sequel will be talk show host, Ellen DeGeneres, funny man, Albert Brooks, Annie Hall star Diane Keaton and Ghostbusters, Eugene Levy.

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“The movie will be mostly set at the California Marine Biology Institute, a huge complex of sea life rehabilitation and aquarium, where Dory was born and raised,” Morris said. Continue reading

Be Still My Throbbing Nether Region

Soho got a little bit sexier when Keanu Reeves  passed through while taking a break from shooting his romantic comedy Henry’s  Crime .  Keanu has a busy 2010 ahead of him.  In addition to being the apple of my eye, the 45 year old Matrix star is set to star in the scifi romance  Passengers. I read the screenplay a few years ago and I was impressed.  That says a lot,  cause’  as a general rule I hate everything.  I thought it was sweet,  soulful and absolutely perfect for Keanu.

I was happy to see some new pictures of  Keanu as he made a cameo in my dream last night.  Unfortunately, it was strictly PG in nature.

I know I talk a good game, but once (for realsies) I found myself a few feet away from Mr. Reeves at some function.  I couldn’t even remember my own name.  He was being his normal charming and personable  self  where as  I did  everything I could think of to avoid eye contact,  just short of regurgitating my dinner.  God forbid, if the guy had actually spoken to me I would probably have wet myself.   Sexy right?  Do guys like girls who wear Depends?

Avatar Makes Over 1 Billion Worldwide!

avatar poster 200x300 Avatar Makes Over 1 Billion Worldwide!

We knew it! When we dished out the money to see Avatar at the theater, and see it in 3-D, we knew it was going huge! ‘HUGE’ like over 1 Billion $$$ made in ticket sales HUGE.

Congratulations to  James Cameron and the gamblers for betting 300 Million-something dollars on making the film, and getting a hefty return on the deal!

Winning the titles “2nd biggest movie ever in North America” and “5th highest gross film worldwide”, I’d say James Cameron and the gamblers are waking up with big smiles every day :)

Avatar in 3D was truly a mind-blowing experience. See it in 3-D asap!

Reeves jury sees paparazzo in action

LOS ANGELES – Jurors on Thursday got to see the paparazzo suing Keanu Reeves in action.

Reeves’ attorneys played a video Thursday from Alison Silva’s Web site that showed Silva using his supposedly damaged left hand to hold onto razor wire atop a fence to shoot video of Britney Spears. Silva then used his left hand to scale down the fence.

The video was made after Silva fell while shooting photos of Reeves behind the wheel of his Porsche in March 2007. Silva contends he seriously injured his wrist, which caused him to miss work for at least six months. He furthers contends he needs a second surgery to properly heal.

Even then, the Brazilian-born paparazzo and his doctors contend he will not be able to grip objects, such as his camera, properly.

After the video was shown Thursday, Silva, who has spent part of the last three days on the witness stand, was unapologetic.

“That was a good video,” he told Reeves’ attorney, Mark M. Williams.

Silva contended Thursday that he has given up shooting with a still camera and now exclusively uses a handheld video camera with his right hand.

And he still climbs fences, he conceded. “Yes, we do that a lot times,” Silva said.

Silva’s statements have been repeatedly contradicted by documents and testimony since the civil trial began Monday. A deputy and paramedics have testified that Silva complained of pain in his left knee moments after he claims Reeves struck him with his car, but Silva testified it was his right knee that was hit.

He also said on the stand that he could not remember giving different statements to doctors, deputies and witnesses about what happens. He insists Reeves’ car hit him, although a Los Angeles County Sheriff deputy testified Thursday that neither Silva nor Reeves’ sports car bore any marks indicating a collision.

Williams also on Thursday got Silva to acknowledge that he had no records to back up his statements that he was earning between $4,000 to $6,000 a month before the incident with Reeves.

The star of “Speed,” the “Matrix” trilogy and the upcoming remake of “The Day the Earth Stood Still,” has remained in the courtroom throughout the trial, occasionally conferring with his lawyers.

Jurors are expected to begin deliberating on the case Friday afternoon.