1. TriviaChamp.com is a great site for trivia games, quizzes and other fun events. http://bit.ly/PeTbEQ

     
  2. Can Nick Grimshaw make Radio 1 feel young again?

     
  3. Bobby Brown: 22 DAYS Sober!


    Bobby Brown is out of rehab and doing well, according to Bobby Brown.

    The star is adamant that he did not leave rehab early, as has been widely reported, after checking into a facility last month to battle problems with alcohol.

    Brown did depart the facility after only two weeks, but he claims was part of the plan all along … a somewhat dubious story, but we digress and hope it’s true.

    The New Edition singer says he’s now 22 days sober … and counting!

    Robert Brown

    Wow, 22 whole days. That’s more than three weeks (by one day)! Hey, those 22 days are totally the hardest, right? Here’s hoping Bobby can build on them.

    Meanwhile, his new wife Alicia Etheredge was hospitalized over the weekend, reportedly having suffered a seizure, but the couple says that all is fine now.

    [Photo: WENN.com]

    Source: http://www.thehollywoodgossip.com/2012/09/bobby-brown-22-days-sober/

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  4. Could Robert Pattinson Be Moving Back to London … For Good?

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    Poor Robert Pattinson.

    The star already has the home in Los Angeles that he shared with Kristen Stewart on the market because living there held too many memories and he wanted a fresh start.

    But is that fresh start outside of the United States?

    Well, sources say that Rob only lived in LA to be with Kristen.

    And now that he and Kristen are split for good, Rob is feeling a little homesick for London and may be looking to make a move across the pond.

    What would the US be like without RPattz sightings??

    Do You Think Rob Should Move to London?




    It’s the bomb: Check out some hilarious photobombs and vote for your faves right here!

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    Source: http://www.cambio.com/2012/09/02/could-robert-pattinson-be-moving-back-to-london-for-good/

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  6. Before Eastwooding: A Brief History of Fights With Chairs (Video)

    Oscar-winning director Clint Eastwood may be America’s most celebrated chair fighter, but his speech at the Republican National Convention followed a trail blazed by past chair-fighting greats.

    Eastwood, speaking to an empty seat that he said held President Obama, staged a lively one-way debate with the imaginary president Thursday. Eastwood’s alternately deadpan and meandering performance won over many in the convention hall, but drew widespread mockery outside it — and spawned the Twitter hashtag “Eastwooding.”

    Also read: Clint Eastwood Holds Weird One-Sided Debate With Obama’s Empty Chair (Video)

    Eastwood’s friend, Tom Brokaw, said the man of famously few words had, this time, “had too many words.” Ann Romney, trying to turn attention back to her husband’s campaign, told “CBS This Morning”: “We appreciated Clint’s support and he’s a unique guy and he did a unique thing last night.”

    But not that unique. Here’s a look at the chair fighters who set the stage for Eastwood’s Great Chair Debate. (All of the chairs involved declined to comment.)

    Lawrence O’Donnell

    The national chair-fighting craze seems to have started in March with MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell. When the attorney for Trayvon Martin’s shooter bailed on an interview, O’Donnell found the best replacement he could, on short notice. Instead of speaking to Craig Sonner, he talked to the seat where Sonner would have sat.

    Among his questions: Who is paying you? Did you represent George Zimmerman when he was accused of domestic violence? Do you have medical records to back up Zimmerman’s claim that Zimmerman fired in self-defense?

    The chair’s silence was deafening.

    Watch the hard-hitting interrogation:

    Jon Stewart

    The “Daily Show” satirist was somehow not impressed with O’Donnell’s chair-grilling, telling viewers, “You know, I live in New York City. I see a lot of people yelling at chairs. None of them have TV shows.”

    But Stewart was clearly threatened enough by O’Donnell’s skills to try to one-up him — by fighting with a floor fan. Floor fans are widely known to be more skilled debaters than chairs.

    Stewart’s approach showed the problem with attempting satire in our ridiculous age: It’s very hard to stay ahead of constantly evolving absurdity. Stewart couldn’t have imagined that within months, Eastwood would heighten the chair-fighting gimmick even further.

    Watch the breezy exchange:


    Piers Morgan

    When Republican Senate candidate Todd Akin bailed on an interview earlier this month, the CNN host took a prim approach to chair fighting.

    Morgan had hoped to question Akin about his unusual beliefs about rape and pregnancy. Unfortunately, with Akin unavailable, Morgan could only present viewers with his plush proxy.

    He complimented his guest, calling it “a very nice empty chair,” and refused to engage it directly. But he did issue a challenge to Akin, saying he has “open invitation” to come on his show.

    "If you don’t keep your promise to be on the show, then you are what we would call in Britain, ‘a gutless little twerp,’" Morgan said.

    Akin has yet to join the chair.

    Watch the cozy exchange:

    Source: http://www.thewrap.com/tv/column-post/eastwooding-brief-history-chair-fights-video-54261

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  8. Actor Michael Clarke Duncan Dead at 54

     
  9. 'Oogieloves' Poised to Make the Wrong Kind of Box-Office History

    A new movie for toddlers, “Oogieloves in The Big Balloon Adventure,” is making the wrong kind of box-office history.

    The movie opened Wednesday at 1,500 theaters and brought in $60,000 total. That’s a sippy-cup-sized $40 per screen for the independently distributed G-rated cartoon.

    It has a shot at recording one of the worst wide-opening weekends ever. Last year’s “Creature” set the standard when it averaged $217 on 1,507 screens. “Oogieloves” is scheduled to be on 2,160 screens for the weekend, but theater owners who’ve seen Wednesday’s numbers may want to reconsider.

    "Oogieloves" is the brainchild of first-time filmmaker and marketing whiz Kenn Viselmann, who helped bring "The Teletubbies" and "Thomas the Tank Engine" to American TV.

    He convened a fancy party at the Cinema-Con convention for theater owners in Las Vegas in April, promising a major roll-out and predicting a wave of word-of-mouth adoption by parents eager for movies to appeal to the kindergarten crowd.

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    In Los Angeles, billboards have sprung up all over town featuring the big, bizarre-looking and intensely colored puppet kids.The big-eyed creatures were on a front page wrap-around ad in Wednesday’s L.A. Times, too. Even the web site TMZ.com ran wallpaper ads.

    The movie follows Goobie, Zoozie and Toofie, who live in Lovelyloveville in a house with a talking window. When their birthday balloons blow away, they go to find them and encounter some crazy grown-ups who … well, you get the idea.

    There are some generally fun folks involved: Toni Braxton voices Rosalie Rosebud, Christopher Lloyd is Lero Sombrero, Cary Elwes is Bobby Wobbly, Chazz Palminteri is Marvin Milkshake and Cloris Leachman plays Dotty Rounder.

    If this sounds like it could make you want to stand up and scream at the screen, that’s part of the plan – if you’re between two and five years old. Viselmann says the movie is intended to be “interactive” for young viewers, who are prompted to sing, dance and cheer at the same time the Oogieloves do.

    The idea, according to Viselmann, is to take the soda-fueled energy of the toddlers and channel it into a more positive movie-going experience than the yelling and running often found at family films.

    Viselmann has said in interviews that he got the idea after watching audience members yell at the screen while they were watching Tyler Perry’s “Madea Goes to Jail” and recalling friends’ accounts of shouting along with the “Rocky Horror Picture Show.”

    Source: http://www.thewrap.com/movies/article/oogieloves-poised-make-wrong-kind-box-office-history-54166

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  10. Arnold Schwarzenegger Got A Luxury Monster Truck