Since Hollywood hasn’t finished completely fucking with my childhood, a new remake of the 1999’s She’s All That is apparently in the works, starring 19-year-old Addison Rae, the second-most followed (60 million+) person on TikTok. Yep, a TikTok person with no acting experience in a big-budget movie. That’s where we are right now. And if you thought that Hollywood has completely run out of ideas, the new version, which will feature a gender-swapped plotline, is currently titled He’s All That. You know they all high-fived themselves for that one.
NBC The Peacock has released another trailer for their upcoming Saved by the Bell reboot, which follows a new generation of teens at Bayside High. The first teaser dropped back in April and gave us a lot of Elizabeth Berkley and Mario Lopez as adults with teenaged kids. This trailer focuses more on the kids and fast Tracey Wigfield-style jokes. Tracey, the reboot’s creator/writer, worked on 30 Rock, The Mindy Project, and was the showrunner for the cancelled-too-soon Great News.
The trailer features zero signs of that Lil’ Blonde Bitch Zack Morris, who apparently went on to become the goddamn Governor of California (Arnie’s all, “What, like it’s hard?”). But don’t worry, IMDb says Mark-Paul Gosselaar appears in only three of the ten episodes. Phew! Continue reading
In case you didn’t know, people in Europe have STRONG feelings about Eurovision. And people in the US have STRONG feelings about everything but Eurovision, so it’s a bit of a surprise to learn that an American version of the iconic annual song contest is in the works (but not too surprising because, after all, if there weren’t a minimum of 50 talent-based reality shows on the air, what else would moms watch?)
Past winners of Eurovision have included ABBA, Celine Dion, and Conchita Wurst. But I’m sure they’ll have nothing on Florida’s entry, which will probably just be a bunch of people whining about why they have to wear a mask while sitting on alligators.
Everybody’s favorite pair of doofuses are back after nearly thirty years! No, not Milli Vanilli! Bill & Ted! Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter’s iconic idiots have returned for a third film, entitled Bill & Ted Face the Music, and set to be released in theatres in August (though we’ll see what Our Lady Corona has to say about that). Today, the long awaited trailer was finally dropped. Because today is June 9. 6/9. 69. Noice.
The 1973 Disney movie Robin Hood is getting a live action/CGI-hybrid remake. If you don’t know/remember, the original was a musical version of the story of Robin Hood featuring a cast of entirely woodland creatures. Great, now everybody’s going to get weird boners over hot CGI Robin Hood.
Parasite literally JUST won Best Picture at the academy awards so you know what that means: Time for a REEEEEEEMAKE, BABY! What better time to ruin a good thing than immediately after said good thing gets popular. According to Collider, HBO is currently working on a limited series inspired by the movie, and is eyeing Mark Ruffalo to star. The project is still in the early stages but I’m guessing it will be all of the cutting commentary on class, but without all those pesky subtitles and unfamiliar faces. The only silver lining here is that Parasite director Bong Joon-ho and his co-author Han Jin-won will be involved. Vice director Adam McKay is also on board.