It's part of a Canadian pizza chain's "Pizza Game Changers" promotion in which you can vote on their latest innovations, where the winning creation will actually be made. The pizza cake currently has a commanding lead, and with good reason. Just look at it! What an amazing idea; click the link above to see some other unique ideas like a gas powered pizza slicer and a pizza scented car freshener. Oh, and they already have a pizza taco that you can order!
Friday, April 18, 2014
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Wednesday, April 16, 2014
In news that has hit us with the force of a run-by fruiting, The Hollywood Reporter announced this evening that a Mrs. Doubtfire sequel is finally in the offing. The reboot would see Robin Williams reuniting with director Chris Columbus, with Elf scribe David Berenbaum attached to write. A sequel has been in the works for years, but only became active again early this year with Berenbaum's involvement. THR reports that "Williams and Columbus are attached and hopeful." We're hopeful too! Along with Dumb and Dumber To, this would mark the second beloved early-nineties comedy classic to get the long-awaited reboot treatment. We think we speak for everyone when we say: don't screw this up, poppets.
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Vince Gilligan recently did an interview with Entertainment Weekly, in which they discussed the ending of the superb Breaking Bad. Much was said, including that there was a possible ending in which EVERYONE died. Could have been interesting, but the way they ended it was perfect. Read the full interview here!
Monday, April 14, 2014
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Friday, April 11, 2014
The report that I posted about earlier in the week has turned out to be true. Stephen Colbert will replace David Letterman on The Late Show sometime in 2015. Congrats!
From The Wrap:
From The Wrap:
The “Colbert Report” host signs a five-year deal with CBS, where he will take over late night gig in 2015
Stephen Colbert will take over as the new host of “Late Show,” the network said Thursday.
The comedian and political satirist will take on his new duties after David Letterman retires next year. His hire injects a younger and edgier quality into the show, at a time when late night rivals such as NBC's Jimmy Fallon and ABC's Jimmy Kimmel are actively courting the YouTube and social media set.
“I'm thrilled and grateful that CBS chose me,” Colbert said in a statement. “Now, if you'll excuse me, I have to go grind a gap in my front teeth.”
Colbert inked a five-year deal with CBS, according to the network. Specific creative elements, as well as the producers and the location for the Colbert-hosted ”Late Show,” have yet to be determined and will be announced at a later date, CBS said.