Friday, March 9, 2007

So we had a great show last night. I am quite certain we made the best commercial ever. I wish we could have a camera that just captures behind the scences footage...almost like the extras of a DVD. We do way to much funny stuff that I would love to relive.

So 300 is now officially in theatres. I am wondering if any one has watched it yet and has any comments. I have heard that it is factually accurate and visually a treat...

Other entertainment news...the stars of Grey's Anatomy received hefty raises. I ask myself how much their abilities are truly worth. In my opinion its the stars of Heroes who should be raking in the dough. They are going to single handedly save NBC and help them climb once again to the top of the ratings scales. If NBC doesn't pay up then Disney will and we'll soon be seeing Hayden Panettiere on a made for TV movie (and how sad would that be). I still insist that Heroes is one of the most under-rated shows on TV (AND IT GETS LOTS OF ACCLAIM!).

In other TV news, I was thrilled to see Lindsay (Anna Belknap) rejoin the cast of CSI New York last week. I'm probably the only one who watches it, but I thought I'd share the good news any way.

That's all I have for right now (I'm still depressed from watching Michigan lose again to OSU). If you have something to add then please do.

Wednesday, March 7, 2007


Have you heard about Rosie's battle with depression? I am having a great time imagining her hanging upsidedown for 15-30 minutes a day. I would give it a go, but I think I'd just end up with a headache, and thus be depressed that I don't feel any better. It's sad that there is nothing going on in Hollywood right now and they have to resort to stories of depression to fill the tabloid pages.

On a different note....
I point this out for one of our crew members who is a Bring It On Fan. ABC Family has decided to cash in on Hayden Panettiere's newfound stardom thanks to NBC's Heroes. We've saved the cheerleader, and as a result she is going to be on the network premiere of Bring It On: All or Nothing March 25 on ABC Family. The young Hollywood star got her start in movies like Remember the Titans and on TV as a regular in soaps. Hayden has since been in the feature films The Architect, Raising Helen, and Ice Princess among others. The question I ask all of you is whether or not you think Hayden has star power...could she be the next Lindsay Lohan or Hilary Duff? She is already preparing to release her debut solo-album. You can listen to her new music on her MySpace page. Her songs are also featured on the soundtracks to thrilling feature films (sorry I couldn't control the sarcasm here) like Cinderella III: A Twist In Time. She made two million last year and it looks like things are escalating for the 17 year old starlet.

Tuesday, March 6, 2007


So I've decided to give this blogging thing a go in hopes of getting some feedback on our show. Besides, there isn't enough time in the show for us to give the "table talk" justice, so if you have more to say this is the place to do it! If you want to come check out the show in person crew call is at 8p.m.