Finding someone to lead off the ELO this week was a bit of a struggle, so here is something from Amber Heard’s latest photoshoot with Jezebel. Oh she was also featured in the Maxim’s Hot 100 list and came in at number 13 this year. Not bad at all!
After the jump some Transformers 3 news, the fate of Heroes is in limbo, never trust robots that are panhandling on the streets and Alison Brie dishes on her dirty art school experiences.
Shia LaBeouf claims that the next installment of Transformers will be the best one yet. Alright folks, take that statement with a grain of salt. However, it is interesting to note that he’s finally admitting that Revenge of the Fallen wasn’t that good of a movie! It’s nice to know what he thinks of the movie AFTER we were all duped to go see it in theatres. (Latino Review)
Well Shia was right about focusing more on humans in Transformers 3 because the cast is getting better and better. It appears that Alan Tudyk (Firefly, Dollhouse, Tucker and Dale vs. Evil) has been added to the movie. (The Wrap)
Samuel L. Jackson claims that a S.H.I.E.L.D. movie will likely be Marvel’s next film following The Avengers. (Cinemablend) That doesn’t sound like a bad idea at all. I mean Marvel doesn’t exactly have to go small. It is worth pointing out that Sam Jackson also doesn’t know who’s playing Captain America or Thor… so let’s just hope he knows what he’s talking about here.
Jon Favreau wants The Mandarin as the villain for Iron Man 3. The only problem is that he doesn’t know much about the character. (MTV)
This might not be big Iron Man news but it’s good for a laugh. A theatre in Seattle used the marquee to zing Terrance Howard. (Collider)
Since it’ll be a while before Tron Legacy comes out in theatres, it’s time to check out more concept art from the movie! (Slashfilm)
Community star Alison Brie talks about her experiences in art school and “experimentation gone wild” is just one way of describing it. (Nerve)
Over at NBC, they’re mulling over whether to give Heroes a slow painful death or just end its misery quickly. (Deadline) Well either way, the show is cancelled.
Good news! Chuck has been renewed for season 4! (Entertainment Weekly)
We will be seeing more of Olivia Munn this fall because NBC just picked up Perfect Couples! (Hollywood Reporter)
Remember that Newsweek article that mentioned how gays can’t play straight characters? Yeah the one that sparked a huge outcry from the public. Anyway after saying that people should boycott Newsweek publications, Ryan Murphy releases another open letter statement. (Entertainment Weekly)
To promote the upcoming episode of Glee, Joss Whedon talks about the show, NPH and his own directing skills. In fact through this interview we learn that he’s a fan of Friday Night Lights! (Collider) The man has great taste in TV eh?
The quasi-series finale of Supernatural just aired on Thursday and I must say it was quite the episode. It would have been a fitting series finale but Dawn Ostroff renewed it for another season hence there was a ridiculously tacked on cliffhanger. Well in celebration of the finale, here’s the funniest moments from the past season. (io9)
The Lost series finale is airing next week. After taking a few years hiatus from the show, it would be appropriate for me to tune in to see how it all unfolds (I’ve been keeping up with the recaps). Anyway, the guys behind the awesome finales of The X-Files, The Shield, The O.C. and St. Elsewhere give some advice to Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse. (NY Mag)
Ever think that Terminators are evil? Well if the movies weren’t any indication, check out this neat short film by a Chinese filmmaker. It shows a Terminator panhandling outside the Apple store in Beijing. Let’s just say once it got enough money to recharge its batteries, it was certainly up to no good.
In celebration of the series finale of Lost airing next Sunday, let’s take a look a few Lost related clips. First is a funny video featuring Jacob and the Man in Black. If you were wondering what they did to pass their time on the island, now you know.
And finally after 6 seasons of Lost, we get almost 4 minutes worth of Hurley saying the word “dude”. Here I thought the movie Dude, Where’s My Car was a bit excessive…