Entertainment Link-Off: Getting Revved Up

Fast Five is out this weekend and I was initially going to kick off this entry with Jordana Brewster but since Steve beat me to the punch, I’ll kick things off with Friday Night Lights alum Aimee Teegarden. Catch her while you can in the final season of FNL on NBC at 9 pm on Fridays or perhaps head to the big screens to see her as the leading lady in Disney’s latest flick Prom.

After the jump, never use real guns when making videos, movie trailers galore and an awesome music medley to listen to.

So that horror flick Cabin in the Woods from Drew Goddard and Joss Whedon might finally see the light of day as Lionsgate is closing in to landing a distribution deal. (Deadline)

Amateur film-making fail. A man gets shot while shooting a fanmade Deadpool webseries. There are prop guns for a reason… use it. To make matters worse… well the webseries isn’t all that great either. (Slashfilm)

S. Victor Whitmill, the tattoo artist that made the famous design on Mike Tyson’s face is now suing Warner Brothers to stop the release of The Hangover 2. Apparently he copyrighted the tattoo… and since that design is featured on Ed Helm’s face in the movie… there could be some problems. I’m sure we all know what Mr. Whitmill is after. (The Hollywood Reporter)

The latest one-sheet for Transformers: Dark of the Moon is out! (Yahoo)

There aren’t a lot of Transformers: Dark of the Moon footage out there for fans to look at. Luckily, the theatrical trailer has been released and be prepared to be inundated with boatloads of destruction! Fingers crossed that this will not suck like Revenge of the Fallen! (Apple)

More trailer news! Harry Potter fans rejoice, the trailer for the final installment of the franchise is now available on the net. (Apple)

Sure, the film Immortals might have some visual flare like 300, but for some odd reason, the trailer seems to make the movie look ridiculously bad… (Apple)

For those tired of seeing the same old footage from the trailers for X-Men: The First Class, the international one has a few new clips for you to see. (Bleeding Cool)

When Disney bought Marvel, there were rumblings of a possible collaboration between Pixar and Marvel. While it didn’t seem likely since each got their own established ‘brand’, but it was definitely something that would have popped into the heads of those in the suits. Now there is confirmation that there will be no collaborations going on between the two at all. (IGN)

To stay on everyone’s ‘must see list’, The Fast and the Furious franchise will shift their focus from car racing to some sort of major robbery. That’s right, it’s no longer a car flick, it’s a heist flick like The Italian Job. Given that Fast Five is now certified fresh on Rotten Tomatoes… it might not be such a bad thing. (Slashfilm)

Here’s something just for laughs… The Onion decided to interview the screenwriter for Fast Five… but it turns out he’s not as um… mature as we thought he would be. The description of the clip and the announcement of the planned sequels are priceless. (The Onion)

To celebrate the release of Disney’s Prom, RT looks at the more memorable prom moments from films in the past. (Rotten Tomatoes)

How does NBC’s Community top last year’s epic paintball episode Modern Warfare? Well they just made it bigger and better… oh they also threw in Lost’s Josh Hollaway as a special guest star. (The TV Addict)

While you can catch Aimee Teegarden in the film Prom or on Friday Night Lights (which is currently airing its fifth and final season on NBC), take a look at this if you’re interested in upcoming projects that she’ll take part in. (Movieline)

I’m sure we were all expecting this to happen at some point… the Chinese version of Rebecca Black’s Friday has surfaced!

To this day I still miss Scrubs! This video features The Worthless Peons, I mean The Blanks doing a nice little medley of the current hit songs. There is also a cameo from a Scrubs character in there to look out for at the 1:25 mark.

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