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The Entertation Index: November 16

November 16, 2010

Feldman, Corey — Former Goonies star Corey Feldman confirmed that his “dear friend” director Richard Donner, Goonies writer Steven Spielberg, lead Sean Astin and the rest of the Goonies cast  all really want a sequel to the 1985 film. Or at least that’s what Feldman recently told an audience of stuffed animals in his basement before going to the post office to see if his License to Drive royalties check had arrived yet.

Link: Corey Feldman — Steven Spielbert, Cast, Director Want to do “Goonies” Sequel (Hollywood Reporter)

Garfield — Cartoonist Jim Davis apologized after several readers complained that a Garfield comic strip referencing “National Stupid Day” ran on the same day our nation celebrates Veterans’ Day, saying in a press release that he had no idea that particular comic would run on that particular day. There are currently no plans to repeal “National Stupid Day,” which, as we all know, is a holiday which specifically celebrates people who still find Garfield funny.

Link: “Garfield” Creator Apologizes for “National Stupid Day” Cartoon (NY Times)

Love, Courtney — The former Hole frontwoman recently told UK’s edition of Elle Magazine that “I look my best after good sex.” This statement remains unconfirmed as nearly all of Courtney Love’s sex partners pass out during sex, having previously been so absolutely wasted that they agreed to have sex with Courtney Love in the first place.

Link: Courtney Love Looks Great After Sex (Yahoo! UK)

Park, South — While South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone continue to turn out some of the edgiest comedy on network television, news of late has seemed to point to the fact that occasionally, the two might run out of ideas. And maybe, occasionally, they’ll take something they saw on YouTube and pass it off as their own. In October they admitted that they stole some ideas from a parody of Inception they saw online, and now they’re under fire for an episode two years ago in which they allegedly ripped off another YouTube vid, called “What What (In the Butt)” — a phrase which hasn’t been repeated in a court of law this many times since the Clarence Thomas hearings.

Link: South Park Sued for Spoofing “What What (in the Butt)” Two Years Ago (The AV Club)

Pattinson, Robert — The Twilight heartthrob reportedly found himself in a heated bar fight in an L.A. nightclub with Transporter star Jason Statham after Statham approached Pattinson’s girlfriend Kristen Stewart. Should you wish to pay your final respects to Pattinson, please allow me to direct you to this red stain on the carpet of an L.A. nightclub, which is all that’s left of him.

Link: Pattinson, Statham “Involved in Bar Fight” (DigitalSpy)

Statham, Jason — See: Pattinson, Robert

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Talk, Girl — If you’ve ever heard the wildly creative mashups (one of my personal faves being Three 6 Mafia’s “I’d Rather” deftly merged with Rick Springfield’s “Jessie’s Girl”) of DJ Gregg Gillis, a.k.a. Girl Talk, here is some good news for you: he’s offering his new album All Day available for free, with options to download the record track by track or all in one piece, as he claims it’s meant to be heard. Either way, go get it — it’s not piracy if he wants you to have it for free, gang.

Link: Girl Talk — All Day (Illegal-Art)

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