Hollywood is full of dumb ideas, and sadly most of them are unoriginal. The latest dumb idea is to let two dudes write and direct an all-girl version of Lord of The Flies based on the classic 1954 William Golding book you had to read in middle school. This dumb idea was greenlit by Warner Bros. and, unsurprisingly, the internet clapped back with a resounding “hells to the no.”
NBC is in the process of rebooting Miami Vice and Will & Grace, because originality is dead and nostalgia makes for a quick dollar. Of course, NBC is not the only network mining it’s past for content, but NBC Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt is really on one right now. He’s also got his sights set on remakes or reboots of The Office, 30 Rock, ER and The West Wing.
A few weeks ago, Kid Rock begged us for attention by announcing he might run for Senate in Michigan. Nobody was really sure if he was serious, or if he was just trying to move merch. He launched a website and coquettishly teased his intentions. Well Kid Rock is still being coy. He won’t put out, but he’ll let you touch his breasts (over the shirt).
Here’s another item to be filed under “things we never asked for.” Coke, it seems, learned nothing from 1985’s disastrous decision to change their formula. Because here they are again, messing with people’s pop! This time around, it’s fans of Coke Zero who are in for a big surprise come August.
Everybody’s least favorite exhibitionist and notorious over-sharer Lena Dunham will have a role on the next season of Ryan Murphy’s American Horror Story. Ryan announced the unexpected casting choice yesterday via Twitter.
Anthropomorphized shit stain Kid Rock is maybe running for U.S. Senate in his home state of Michigan, because why not, the promised idiocracy is already here. Hot on the heels of the news that the nation’s preferred Rock, The Rock, is planning a 2020 presidential run, the lesser Rock, Kid, posted this to Twitter:
— Kid Rock (@KidRock) July 12, 2017