The Daily Grind: The News We Missed

As I explained yesterday, there seems to be a lot of news that we miss on a daily basis. Therefore, we have put together this nightly feature known as The Daily Grind: your #1 source for all the news stories that we are too lazy to write about. As well, this gives us a good opportunity to copiously link to all of our friends around the web-o-sphere. And away we go…

50 Cent and Bart Simpson50 Cent has some future Regret [Variety]
‘Spectacular Regret’ should be the title of 50 Cent’s acting autobiography, not his next film.

Tobey Maguire Wants to Marry Everyone [Variety]
Spider-Man and WB are teaming up to make a movie called Marry Him! THe Case for Settling for Mr. Good Enough. Seriously? What is with that title…? Sounds like something out of my future…

Now Jake Gyllenhaal is the Prince of Persia [Latino Review]
Yesterday we debunked the rumor that Orlando Bloom was going to be paid $40 million to play around in the Sands of Time as the Prince of Persia. Today, our hombres at Latino Review have another theory scoop: Jake Gyllenhaal. While we await the official announcement, we would encourage you to at least hear them out.

Errol Morris Ends Everything [Cinematical]
Documentarian and Apple Store hobo Errol Morris is planning to make a comedy, set in Hawaii that will tackle a wide range of subjects: “…a wingless bird, author Margaret Mitchell, a volcano, and Laura Bush.” Funny, we were just thinking about making a movie just like that…

Kevin Munroe to Adapt Dylan Dog, taps Brandon Routh to Star [Slashfilm]
As if you haven’t had enough comic book adaptations yet…

Casting for Oli Stone’s W Can Be Hard to Follow [FirstShowing]
Thankfully, Kevin Powers over at FirstShowing has put together this handy visual guide, for all of you who don’t like to “read the articles.”

Jeffrey Dean Morgan is ‘All Good’ [THR]
After we see him as The Comedian in Watchmen, it won’t matter what Jeffrey Dean Morgan does next, as he is going to rock our worlds. But, just in case you were wondering, he will be joining Kirsten Dunst and Ryan Gosling in All Good Things.

That’s what we’ve got for you today. Until tomorrow, keep an eye on your sidewalks, dog poop is on the rise.

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