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- Michael Bay reports that Ken Jeong, John Malkovich, and Frances McDormand are in for Transformers 3 — Cinematical
- True Blood preview clip! Who's attacking Eric? — Ausiello Files
- Skins is coming to the big screen — The Playlist
- TV's best cartoons for adults — TV.com
- Hear MGMT's entire new album — Pitchfork
- Fire on the Harry Potter set — E! Online
- Greg Kinnear and Jennifer Connelly join the cast of Salvation Boulevard — Moviefone
- How Geek would wire The Millionaire Matchmaker — GeekSugar
- Christian Slater signs on for a new Fox pilot — The Wrap
- NBC puts the kibosh on Conan O'Brien appearing in Idol Gives Back. Have a heart, NBC! — Inside TV
- Why does Zoe have such a big part in the Lost finale?! And why is the actress giving away so much? — Us Magazine
Today, GelaSkins announced its latest comic-themed skins from Marvel. Choose from 75 templates for your laptops, iPhones, and iPods, some of which were ripped straight from the comics themselves. Personally, I like the comic book cover collage which features new and retro covers alike. Would look pretty sick on your laptop, no? Prices start at $15, so head over and choose your superhero now!
Even if you didn't get to party with Tim Burton himself on Tuesday night for the unveiling of his career-spanning collection of art in NYC, you can still go check out the goods at the MoMA, and now can don your iPhone or laptop in his work as well. GelaSkins is known for their huge selection of artist-inspired gadget skins, and have plucked the artwork right out of Burton's "The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy and Other Stories" and handed it to us in a collection called Tragic Toys for Girls and Boys.
The iPhone skins will set you back $15, and the Laptop skins start at $30, but seems like a deal if you're a Burton fangirl, or just adore his creepy-cute art, like I do.
If the Twilight laptop skin isn't your thing, then maybe this selection of cool and geeky ones will be. I first found this awesome Snow White laptop decal (which reminded me of yet another Twilight-themed decal), which incorporates your Apple logo into the piece. But then I kept browsing the shop and got hooked on all of the totally geeky decals, which can be used on your laptop, your Kindle, your walls, or wherever you want to stick 'em.
Good news is that these decals were made to be attached and then pulled off later, so you won't have any sticky residue after you've outgrown your artsy vinyl. Plus, with prices starting at $13 each, you can't really go wrong. Check out a few more of my faves below!
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And for the same price, don't forget to check out the Twilight apple decal too!
MTV says it will continue the original show's production model using teenagers to help write the series and unknown age-appropriate actors to star. Co-creator Brian Elsley will be writing and executive producing the U.S. version. The producers intend to set the show in Baltimore, Maryland.
Liz Gateley, senior VP, MTV Series Development said, "Having personally pursued the U.K. project for almost two years, I am beyond thrilled to bring it to MTV in the U.S. We intend to preserve the authenticity of the British version and are excited to collaborate with the original team to develop stories that will speak to American youth."
Like so many British shows adapted for American screens, this version will surely be neutered (remember Coupling?) to avoid showing quite so much, well, skin, so it makes me wonder how this series will ultimately differ from other teen shows already on American TV. The idea of using young writers and unknown actors is encouraging, though. Are you a fan of the UK series? Could you see an American version working on MTV?
For about $15 each, your phone will stand out among all the bulky and clunky cases in the crowd. Obviously, I couldn't pick my favorite, so I've rounded up a selection for you to browse through —maybe someday I'll actually settle on one! Check out the rest of the top ten that caught my eye after the break
Yippee! April is here, and that makes me happy because the weather in my part of the country is lovely right now. But this month also contains some great entertainment stuff: one of my favorite annual celebrations, a really cool live radio event, and some buzzworthy new CD and DVD releases. Ready to dive into April (without any foolin')? Just hit "start."