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Here is the trailer for “Star Wars: Uncut.” Basically, “Star Wars” fans film 15 second scenes from the original film – interpreting it any way they want – and then the whole thing is pieced together into a “remake” of (but really a tribute to) the original. It looks really cool, and shows a lot more respect for the saga than George Lucas himself gave it with his prequel films. I only wish that I could’ve been involved in this somehow. That would’ve been an honor. A big, nerdy honor.
This movie better be released somewhere within a 50 mile radius of me.
I’ve entertained the idea of doing a review of each “Glee” episode before, but usually I’m way too excited by the time the show ends at 10 every Wednesday and I just can’t do it. But tonight’s different. I have some very strong feelings about tonight’s episode.
I suppose these could be considered “spoilers,” actually, and maybe I should start warning about those sorts of things.
My original Hottie McDottie Bradley Cooper post has earned my blog its highest number of views, so clearly, he’s a popular fella.
Because I’m trying to get more hits per day (I keep getting close to 300, but never all the way there, and it’s not consistent), I’ve decided to post extra pictures of the most popular Hottie McDotties. By most popular, I’m referring to the ones that have gotten the most hits, so they are obviously popular amongst the “Internet Surfing, Attractive Male Celebrity Loving” crowd (yeah, that’s a real crowd). These posts are going to be strictly pictures, although I might try to add in updated news about what they’re up to. We’ll see how it goes. My first Hall of Famer is Henry Cavill, because his Hottie McDottie entry was the first one I wrote that got a shockingly high number of views.