Another staunch departure for Zombie on this film is that people actually want to be in it. Rather than his last films – “no agent wants to put their client in a horror movie,” Zombie said - there is a sense of historic legitimacy, and Zombie described the wave of people trying to jump on board as jarring after so many declines in the past.
The movie sounds more and more like it will put Rob Zombie further out of his element than he’s ever been, so don’t be surprised if the screenplay gets a few tweaks to include random disembowelings, just so he can find his bearings.
RYAN HOWARD WORKING LATE AT 'THE OFFICE'
Tonight, “The Office” is new on NBC. “New” and “tonight” are terms that still exist to describe television shows for people who organize their schedules around watching a TV program at a certain time, rather than on the internet, whenever they want.
Last year, the NBA released a series of commercials with the tagline “BIG” for the 2011-2012 season. Featuring music, slow motion, and large, on screen text, the ads received a positive response from fans who felt the league was lacking those three things specifically.
Someone, however, felt that the Sixers were not featured enough in the NBA’s ads and made one of their own starring Jrue Holiday. “In Philly we accept nothing less than success,” it says. Which means, apparently, we have not been a very accepting city of late.
At the Wells Fargo Center, the Flyers jumped to a 2-1 lead on the Bruins after Simon Gagne banked an Oliver Lauridsen wide shot into the net. It held for all of the next 20 seconds, in which the Bruins somehow scored twice to take the lead, the second time by deflecting a shot off Brayden Schenn and over the head of a frantically gesticulating Ilya Bryzgalov.
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