Here's Your First Look at Julianne Moore As Sarah Palin

... HBO has released the first picture of Julianne Moore as Sarah Palin in HBO's Game Change, so now we can finally all play the "Who looks more like Sarah Palin?" game! What do you think, it is Julianne Moore, Tina Fey, or Sarah Palin? [see the image above]

... The premiere of The Voice screamed loud for NBC last night, drawing 11.8 million viewers and, more importantly, a 5.1 adult demo rating. It's the highest-rated premiere for a new show since Undercover Boss debuted to huge numbers after the Super Bowl. It's the biggest new show debut for NBC since—*drumroll*—2008's relaunch of American Gladiators. And where is American Gladiators show today? In the big human hamster ball in the sky. [EW]

... Spike has renewed college-football comedy Blue Mountain State for a third season. Also signing on for a third season is star Denise Richards, who plays the coach's wife. Let's hope more TV work doesn't cut into her real passion: being photographed on exotic beaches in a bikini. [THR]

... Which one of you started the whole "OMGzzz Matt Lauer is leaving the Today show!!1!" rumor? Well quit it! You're wrong. The nerve! [Digital Spy]

... Ving Rhames will play the lead in Comedy Central's new comedy (duh) Black Jack, a single-camera show about the ass-kickingest special ops agent ever getting decommissioned. It's from Danny McBride and David Gordon Green, the director of Pineapple Express. Before you say, "Hey, that'll be good!" remember this: McBride and Green also gave you the not-even-funny-to-stoners Your Highness. [Deadline Hollywood]

... Saturday Night Live's Jason Sudeikis is hosting the 2011 MTV Movie Awards. Okay, moving on... [Ryan Seacrest dot com]

... The food products of Adult Swim's Aqua Teen Hunger Force are being rebranded as Aqua Unit Patrol Force 1, which, honestly, makes a lot more sense. [MTV.com]


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Who said Your Highness wasn't funny? filmdrunk gave it a positive review, do you know of a more qualified source of film reviews for stoners?
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@BraviaBastard that isn't true at all as most television shows are shot with multiple cameras. A single camera show is a unique style in the tv genre. It was relevant information to those that know what the information meant.
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Plus, if Moore darkened her eyeballs to mimic the sunken real thing she'd be a dead ringer!
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"...a single-camera show..." This adds nothing and is arbitrary information. You may as well have something like, a show including human beings that breathe.
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Hopefully Aqua Teen will still be funny (:
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Black Jack sounds like a fun show!

I'm hoping the Aqua Teen name change is only a short story arc cause the original is sooo much better.
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Well maybe Julianne Moore will be in the running for a globe, now that she is portraying a mentally disabled person. Zoom Zoom Zoom. Before my post gets deleted and me being banned, remember Tropic Thunder made the same joke. :)
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Hey wat up guy i love dis sholw
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Very misleading tag line, "Aqua Teen Hunger Force is no longer."
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I can't answer that accurately. I'm compromised, I love Tina few too much.
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hate the woman, i mean, come on, and now a series, i wanna hang myself
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I'd say Sarah Palin looks least like Sarah Palin. Something about her face...
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Tina Fey hands down, but to play a Sarah Palin movie, when I heard Julianne Moore was gonna play her, I couldn't think of a better actress, I definitely see her portraying her as faithfully as it can, and she may not look as much to Sarah Palin than Tina Fey, but she is a veteran drama actress, Tina Fey is a comedian, not saying she isn't a good actress, just stating a point.
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Wow that's weird about Aqua Teen... after checking out the link, I get that they are parodying Law & Order: Los Angeles in a lot of ways... but wow that's still just weird about Aqua Teen.
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