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The Entertation Index: February 25

February 25, 2010

Cameron, James — During a recently-taped episode of Inside the Actors Studio, host James Lipton asked Avatar director James Cameraon why, if the fictional Na’vi don’t need genitals, the females have human-like breasts. “Are you serious?” Cameron reportedly answered. “They’re going to have breasts in the fan fiction, so why not just go ahead and head those nerds off at the pass?”

Link: James Cameron Explains Why the Na’vi Have Breasts (Huffington Post)

Dilbert — Scott Adams, the creator and artist behind the successful comic strip Dilbert revealed in his daily blog yesterday that he has had a Canadian stalker who has pestered him on and off for seven years during times she was unmedicated. On one hand, it’s rather ballsy to address an entire column just to your stalker. On the other hand, this is a woman who actually stalks the creator of Dilbert — she’s either the dorkierst stalker in history or she really is totally insane. Are you really willing to spin that wheel, Adams?

Link: Scott Adams’ Blog: Things That Work (Blog Link)

Gaga, Lady — We love Lady Gaga here at the Index, never moreso than during her recent comments to Q magazine that she would like to “strap” a mail appendage to herself to combat rumors that she’s a hermaphrodite. “We all know that one of the biggest talking points of the year was that I have a d**k,” she is quoted as saying, “so why not give [people] what they want?” Beginning next week, Lady Gaga is expected to start hanging out with Kanye West more often.

Link: Lady Gaga’s Next Fashion Freakout: A Fake Penis (3 News)

Muniz, Frankie — The former Malcolm in the Middle star is currently “taking a break from acting” and is currently a drummer in an unsigned band in Phoenix, Arizona. Popeater profiled and interviewed Muniz, in what had to have been the longest straight face anyone has ever maintained, and tried to act like it’s a perfectly natural progression from star of an Emmy-winning sitcom to obscurity in Phoenix. Most young men look forward their voice changing; for Muniz it was his untimely destruction.

Link: An Interview with Rocker (and Former Sitcom/Hollywood Star) Frankie Muniz (PopEater)

Scalia, Antonin — Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia recently took the time to respond in letter to a would-be screenwriter who sought advice from the ten Justices on the treatment of his comedy script, which focuses on Maine seceding from the Union. Scalia replied to the writer that, from a feasible standpoint, he felt such an issue would never become a responsibility of the Supreme Court. For the record, this is the first time Antonin Scalia has weighed in on a Hollywood script since he declared the Nathan Lane’s role in The Birdcage to be “really, just too gay.”

Link: Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia Writes Letter to Aspiring Screenwriter (Filmdrunk)

Tequila, Tila — MTV Australia has a promo up on its website for the “Tila Tequila Australian Tour,” currently underway down under. I can’t believe Australia fell for this. Quick, everyone — when she gets back to the US, let’s turn off the lights and pretend we aren’t home.

Link: Tila Tequila Official Australian Tour (MTV Australia)

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