Lazy Friday News is a weekly round-up of stories from across the spectrum of entertainment, or whatever happens to tickle my funny bone. This week: the first demo from The Beatles has resurfaced after 50 years; Emma Stone may have a sex tape out there somewhere; Judd Apatow’s 22-year-old Simpsons script is finally being made; $299 could earn you a celebrity voicemail message; Chevy Chase is walking away from Community; and expect the next Riddick film to come with a hard-R rating.
William Shatner is back tonight, June 4, with the latest episode in his series, Weird or What?, which airs on History Television at 10:15 (ET/PT). As the third season continues tonight, Shatner takes a look at the strange man-like beasts that have seemingly made their impressions on people around the world.
Tonight is the night for fans of William Shatner’s Weird or What? At 10:15 (ET/PT) tonight, Weird or What? returns for a third season on History Television in Canada, and it’s bound to be another interesting, strange season.
The Juno Awards took to the streets of Ottawa over the last week, wrapping up tonight, Sunday, April 1, with the live awards telecast at Scotiabank Place where some of Canada’s top musicians walked the red carpet.
Take a deep breath and try not to freak out, but in two weeks Toronto is going to play host to some of the people who make geek dreams come true.
So today was an interesting day if nothing else because of one thing: I attended my first geek convention. The …