Category Archives: drama

The Boys Are Back: US5

The boys are definitely back! US5‘s (Though it’s really 4 now with the departure of Chris Watrin) new song for High School Musical 3 is now hitting the world with its music video.  It’s not a song that I like but I’m just glad US5 is back again.

Previously Around the World with US5

Desperate Housewives Starter Kit

ABC has just released a video of Desperate Housewives for its viewers to catch up on what has happened on the last four seasons. They’ve got four years of the show summerized in four and a half minute, gotta give them credit (or rather, the paper boy). I have also included the Season 5 promotional photo of Desperate Housewives.

Ashley Tisdale and Lucas Grabeel want it all

Here’s a little short and fun piece from High School Musical 3 “Senior Year” by Ashley Tisadale and Lucas Grabeel. They obvious look like they have graduated two years before but I guess that’s the problem of make-up and wardrobe. And yes, it’s still good.

Janice Dickinson Plus Gay Deaf Model

So while Tyra is having a transgender contestant on the coming season of ANTM, The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency is back and signing an openly gay and deaf model.

AFTERELTON reports “Martin is also the first deaf model to appear on the show, and it will no doubt be interesting to see how navigating a modeling career may hold special challenges for a deaf person. Janice is also moving in with the models this season, adding a Big Brother-style element to the show … which of course is just guaranteeing trouble.

Oh my, I could never imagine what’s living with THE Janice Dickinson is going to be like.

Lovers Caught on Lane: Orange & Banana

I just couldn’t help sharing this when I saw it in my email. Apparently Mr (or is it Mrs really?) Orange is found naked with Ms (or Mr, it’s hard to tell the gender of fruits) Banana half naked. Should this be called cross-racial or cross-breed relationship?

Wicked Coming to Big Screen

The popular and totally wicked Broadway musical Wicked is moving on to big screen, following other successful musicals such as Chicago, Hairspray and Mama Mia!

According to Paybill News, this new production will be handled by Marc Platt Productions for Universal Pictures: “Universal Pictures production president Donna Langley told the industry paper, “Our goal now is absolutely to make the Wicked film, but much like Judy Craymer wouldn’t give up screen rights to Mamma Mia! until the stage show had reached its pinnacle, Marc and Stephen Schwartz are very mindful of the right timing. But we’re dying to do it.”

Below is the clip Defying Gravity from the musical by the London cast. Just to remind you how amazing the musical is:

Simon’s Cat: TV Dinner

So there were ice-cream shooting cows and rabbit-like animals dancing. This time it’s the British Animation Award winning (for best comedy) ‘Simon’s Cat‘ brought to you by Tandem films director Simon Tofield. A hungry cat resorts to increasingly desperate measures to gain its owner’s attention. (All you cat owners out there will understand).