James Deen has a food blog now (“James Deen Loves Food”), just in case his fans weren’t already too stuffed with dicks to watch Deen eat “Everything at Del Taco.” He also discusses his favorite serial killers (Count Chocula, probably).
Vanity Fair’s baroque-sounding Hollywood portfolio, shot by Bruce Weber, is going to weigh 600 pounds; features bears, elephants, tiger cubs; and was described by a VF correspondent as “more Cinecittà than Disney, a place where Old Hollywood glamour is filtered through the lens of postwar Italian neo-realism, and Norman Rockwell wholesomeness is given an antic Fellini edge.” LOL. No.
Tweets by Grover, for all of the precocious 4-year-olds who keep an eye on the hashtags that are crucially relevant to their lives (#cnnmoney #NASDAQ #thepotty).
It’s Pilot Watch 2013, including a drama based on the Big Thunder Mountain ride at Disneyland. If you’re a person who “hates television” but reads media blogs anyway, can I interest you in the comparatively dry J.D. Salinger documentary distributor watch? No? OK. You know where to stuff that New Yorker.
Mark Wahlberg on the (now green-lit) Entourage movie: “I think people always wanted [it] and have complained that the episodes are too short — they’ve always wanted more [Entourage].” Any major douche will tell you that he or she agrees.