Winona confirms Heathers reboot with Slater…

(glad it came out here as Heathers and not Lethal Attraction, ugh!)

Via AA at Glenn’s place..


…Ryder also confirmed a sequel is in the works to her 1988 cult film Heathers

“Whatever you hear, there is a sequel in the works. I swear to God,” she told the magazine. “But for some reason the writer Dan Waters and director Michael Lehman don’t want to talk about it. I’ve been wanting to do a sequel forever. There is a story, and Christian [Slater] has agreed to come back as a kind of Obi-Wan character.”…

June 1, 2009. Tags: , , , . Entertainment, Film, Film Noir, Music, Popular Culture, Uncategorized. 2 comments.

LOtS: Richard & Kahlan – Without You…

Created by the incredibly talented Lolilie

Clips: Legend of the Seeker
Photo: Blood of the Fold
Music: “Anywhere But Here” by Safetysuit

June 1, 2009. Tags: , , , , , . Entertainment, Fantasy, Fiction, Legend of the Seeker, Music, Popular Culture, Sci Fi. Comments off.

Supernatural: Sam’s Bad Luck…

Shout Out to the GM shareholders, could be worse, could have Sams bad luck too…

Courtesy of lexanaEverAfter

From Episode 3.03 Bad Day at Black Rock

and Courtesy of ash4897:

June 1, 2009. Tags: , , , . Comedy, Entertainment, Fantasy, Horror, Popular Culture. Comments off.

UPDATE: Saturn goes under- Penske drops bid, GM says it will not seek alternate buyer; The New GM –

Wow! 1992 (the album!) !? Damn am I old!

Update: 9/30 -Commenter Thomas Stewart notes GM called the end of Saturn today as Penske withdrew its bid.


General Motors will close Saturn and wind down its dealership network after a deal to sell the faltering brand to Penske Automotive Group collapsed, the automaker said Wednesday.The breakdown of a deal that had been widely expected to close this week will force some 350 Saturn dealerships to close and could cut thousands of auto retail jobs that would have been preserved under a plan by auto magnate Roger Penske.

Shares of Penske Automotive ..were down almost 10 percent Wednesday in aftermarket trade. The breakdown of the deal was announced after the New York Stock Exchange closed.

GM’s failure to complete the deal also adds uncertainty to the automaker’s production plans as it struggles to regain its footing following a $50-billion taxpayer funded restructuring.

“This is very disappointing news and comes after months of hard work by hundreds of dedicated employees and Saturn retailers who tried to make the new Saturn a reality,” GM Chief Executive Fritz Henderson said in a statement…


June 1, 2009. Tags: , , , , , , , , , . Big 3, Economy, Finance, Obama Administration, Politics, Popular Culture, Uncategorized, Unemployment Statistics, Wall St. 2 comments.

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