January 23rd, 2004

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There's a new Sports Guy column today, but that's not what's so exciting. No, see, what's exciting is that there's a sidebar in his column today that makes me weep with joy. To wit:

Sports Guy's Super Blog
For the second time in three years, Page 2 is unleashing Bill Simmons on the Super Bowl.

That's right, all next week, The Sports Guy will be filing daily dispatches from Houston. In fact, Simmons is going to write a regular "Super Blog" for Page 2, which will be updated several times daily. Think of it as a weeklong running diary.

Simmons will hit all the big parties, take in a little slice of Texas, offer a few glimpses behind the scenes of "Jimmy Kimmel Live," and even provide a little analysis on the Carolina Panthers ... and, uh, what's the other team playing in the big game?


You see that? SEVERAL TIMES DAILY. I sincerely hope that my bosses don't have any work for me next week, because it ain't gonna get done.
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Greatest film ever? No. But I'm all OVER this.

Christopher Walken is in negotiations to star opposite Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson in the romantic comedy "The Wedding Crashers." The New Line Cinema project revolves around two guys who have a hobby of crashing weddings in order to meet girls. While crashing a random nuptial, one of them unexpectedly falls in love with a bridesmaid. Walken would play the girl's father, who happens to be the U.S. Treasury secretary. *link*