“AI” spoilers, more

24 Jan

Happy Thursday…

“AMERICAN IDOL” POSSIBLE SPOILER—Don’t read this if you don’t want the top 24 spoiled for you…

So, a couple of folks at this Web site say they have determined most of the top 24 on “American Idol,” which they say were chosen recently. There were photos taken of a group of contestants going to and leaving a photo shoot. So far, they haven’t listed Drew Poppelreiter of Saltillo as one of those top 24, but I think I see him in a photo. See for yourself here.


OK, back to non “AI”-business.

  • Local band Derek Stone has a new name: 4Evermore. Check out their MySpace here. (Thanks, Tabitha)
  • Tests results are still needed to determine what killed Heath Ledger. The film he was working on when he died, “The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus,” has been temporarily shut down. This story tells more about the movie, but they may either decide to replace Ledger in the role, shoot around him or shut down the movie entirely.
  • I appreciated this obit for Heath Ledger on slate.com.
  • If you can’t wait for the Superbowl (or, really, the ads), check out this story on what you can expect from this year’s ads.

3 Responses to ““AI” spoilers, more”

  1. farley662 January 24, 2008 at 2:14 pm #

    Boy in the blue shirt looks like our boy. Go Drew!

  2. sheenabarnett January 24, 2008 at 2:58 pm #

    Sure does, doesn’t he? Can’t miss that belt buckle.:)

  3. Daniel Lee January 26, 2008 at 11:13 am #

    Fim shoots typically have a big gigantic insurance policy for just such an occasion as a lead actor dying. So the monetary aspect of the production will probably be covered.

    Poor Terry Gilliam. Don Quixote completely fell apart on him, then everybody hated The Brothers Grimm – now this. This guy must’ve really racked up some bad karma somewhere to have this much bad luck. Which is too bad, cause when he’s good, he’s really good.

    I think they should pull a The Crow and fill in any Heath Ledger gaps with cgi and clever editing and cash in on it being Heath Ledger’s last movie. Worked for Ed Wood.

    Wait… no it didn’t.

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