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Piven, Shannon to Voice New Computer Animated Feature

Igor MovieJeremy Piven, Christian Slater, and Molly Shannon have signed on to voice the new CG movie, Igor.  The film centers on the aptly named Igor (Slater), a hunchback and servant to a cruel mad scientist, Dr. Glickenstein (John Cleese).  The annual Evil Science Fair is approaching in the land of Malaria, and Igor has dreams of winning.  In a twisted stroke of luck, Dr. Glickenstein dies and Igor decides to enter his own creation into the fair.  There’s just one problem: his creation, Eva (Shannon), isn’t scary.  In fact, she is the sweetest creature in the world and even aspires to become an actress.  With the help of a few of Dr. Glickenstein’s other creations – including a reanimated roadkill rabbit named Scamper (Steve Buscemi) – Igor must hide the doctor’s death, fool Eva into “acting” mean, and keep a nosy scientist, Dr. Schadenfruede (Piven), from messing everything up.  Igor will be written by Chris McKenna (American Dad) and directed by Anthony Leondis (Lilo & Stitch 2).  If Igor can match the intensity and fun of this year’s Monster House, we are certainly all for it.  Of course, an all-star cast doesn’t hurt either.  Look for it in theaters next year.

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Scrubs Comes to Comedy Central

Scrubs Great news for Scrubs fans everywhere—Comedy Central has acquired the NBC sitcom and will begin airing old episodes of the series on September 18th at 7:00 p.m. The network will show the sitcom weeknights and Saturday mornings. David Bernath, senior vice president of Comedy Central said, “We’re thrilled to have Scrubs join the network. It is a very funny show with a great cast. Not many off-network sitcoms fit our brand and this one fits perfectly.”

If you’ve never seen the series, now’s your time to jump on the bandwagon of one of the funniest little shows out there. Follow J.D. (Zach Braff) and the gang (including John C. McGinley, Sarah Chalke, and Donald Faison) as they experience love, loss, humiliation (and more) at the hospital where they work. The ensemble cast is fantastic; the stories funny, but often touching. Overall, a nice mix of drama and comedy.

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Apple Releases Three New TV Ads

Posted by Yuan Zhao Categories: Apple, PC / Laptop,

Apple releases new ads Apple has just released three new advertisements to complement their already expansive and controversial lineup of Mac ads. With competition fierce in the computer market, especially now that Apple is utilizing the same hardware as PC manufacturers, any edge can prove vital for the Cupertino-based company. The three clips, entitled “Accident”, “Angel/Devil”, and “Trust Mac”, continue the same trends established in previous ads by elevating Mac features and playing down PC’s.

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Target Has Everything You Need

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Misc. Tech,

Target Sell Marijuana

Hey, it turns out that Target is looking to reach out to the younger crowd within the next 4-8 weeks. That's right, no more trying to search for what you want on street corners or dark alleys - just go to Target.com! I guess this is just one of the many ways the retail chain is going to try and take down the almighty WalMart. Now, let's see how long these links remain active:




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