RBM hopes everyone had a great holiday, whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, or that made up one for black people. We have a special New Years schedule this week:
Dec. 30: Regular
Dec. 31: Little care or foresight
Jan 1: Little care, much less foresight
Jan 2: Regular
In South Philadelphia, James Joseph Cialella, 29, was trying to enjoy The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, but some twerp in front of him wouldn’t keep his Goober hole shut. Ciallella tried several times to quiet the child, even angrily throwing popcorn at him, but still the rambunctious youth would not zip it. So Cialella did the next logical thing and shot the child’s father in the arm with a .380-caliber handgun. Cialella returned to his seat to enjoy the rest of the movie, in peace.
The NY Yankees are doing pretty good on money.
Pour one out for: John Costelloe, the actor who played Johnny “Cakes” Witkowski on the Sopranos, took his own life on Dec. 16 in the basement of his Sunset Park, Brooklyn home. Best gay fireman ever.
The New York Stock Exchange has enlisted the aid of economic whiz-kid and Twisted Sister front-man Dee Snider to save the US economy from doom. There’s a recession and he’s not going to take it.
One thousand movies opened up on Christmas, but the weekend crown goes to Marley & Me, which took in $51.8 million. The new Tom Cruise movie Valkyrie did pretty well considering it has Tom Cruise in it.
On Christmas Eve, Los Angeles federal judge Feess ruled that Fox has the right to distribute Watchmen. This means Warner Bros. has to reach a settlement quickly or their release date of March 6th is fucked. I suggest chocolates and tickets to a Broadway show, maybe Wicked, I heard that ones fun.
With the okay from George Lucas for “Star Wars: A Musical Journey,” it’s confirmed that Lucas no longer gives a shit about the fans.
Cute Overload has a new picture of a puppy. Why is this important? Because I’m single.