Wednesday, 06 October 2004
Jerry Del Colliano
Rodney Dangerfield died Tuesday in Los Angeles, apparently due to
complications from heart surgery, says CNN. Dangerfield is best known
for his self-deprecating “I Don’t Get No Respect” humor and witty
one-liners. His fans and supporters around the world including the
Comedy Store on Sunset Strip and Penn & Teller are paying their respects.
Friday, 01 October 2004
has inked a naming rights agreement with the San Francisco 49ers, which
had renamed the historic Candlestick Park to Monster Park. Monster is a
San Francisco-based company founded by native San Franciscan Noel Lee,
and was selected over four other pre-approved companies, which included
Oracle, Virgin, Macromedia, and Wells Fargo Bank.
buzz in Hollywood this summer is who will be the next James Bond?
Pierce Brosnan has reportedly announced that he’s dropping out of the
role, partly because of dissatisfaction with the last couple of 007
outings. And who could blame him? Eon Productions, the company that
owns the rights, has shown very little inclination since Brosnan’s
first two Bond movies to re-imagine the British secret agent for
Fans weren’t able to rescue “My So-called Life” or “Party of Five” from the television chopping block, but they seem to have succeeded in reviving the cult animation hit “Family Guy” almost two years after the last original episode ran. 20th Century Fox has committed to at least 22 new episodes of the show according to Cartoon Network. The new episodes will begin in 2005 and may run on “Adult Swim”, Cartoon network’s late night programming for adults. Another option for the show would be to return to the Fox line-up. There has been no official announcement concerning what channel the show will air on.
The choice to create more episodes shouldn’t have been a hard one. Since its conception, "Family Guy" has become quite the phenomenon with adult viewers. The show has enjoyed much success with the adult demographic, pulling ...
corporation is planning to reveal a new gaming device called the “PSX”
or “Play Station X.” It will first be released in Japan some time this
PSX will come with a TV tuner, hard disk drive, and
DVD recorder which create a universal product for games, music and
movies. Sony reportedly commented that the PSX will mark the beginning
of a new series of products that will unite and combine new technology
and formats associated with the game sector.