Friday, March 24, 2006
WATCH SOUTH PARK "THE RETURN OF CHEF" AT SCIENTOMOGY.INFO NOW!
Sunday, March 19, 2006
TOM TRY'S TO SHUT US DOWN!!!
Friday, March 17, 2006
Cruise Shuts Down 'South Park'?(!!)
The star is alleged to have pressurized Hollywood executives at Paramount Pictures which are owned by Viacom--as is Comedy Central.
South Park episode "Trapped In The Closet" thrilled fans when it aired in November, by poking fun at both Cruise and his controversial beliefs system. But, despite being scheduled to rerun on Wednesday night, it was mysteriously pulled at the last minute.
However, Cruise's spokesman denies the star threatened executives: "He never said any such thing about Mission: Impossible 3."
South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone issued an statement to Daily Variety saying,
"So, Scientology, you may have won this battle, but the million-year war for earth has just begun!
Temporarily anozinizing (corr) our episode will not stop us from keeping Thetans forever trapped in your pitiful man-bodies.
Curses and drat! You have obstructed us now, but your feeble bid to save humanity will fail! Hail Xenu."
The statement is signed "Trey Parker and Matt Stone, servants to the dark lord Xenu".
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Sunday, March 05, 2006
And the loser is? Tom Cruise
The A-list actor whose blockbuster hits, including last year's "War of the Worlds," won the Razzie award on Saturday for "most tiresome tabloid target."
The Razzies, which parody self-congratulatory Hollywood award shows such as the Oscars by roasting the worst of Tinseltown, this year added the "most tiresome" category to salute "the celebs we're ALL sick and tired of."
Cruise won the award for his "antics with fiancée Katie Holmes." Cruise professed his love for the actress in an appearance on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" last May where he jumped up and down on a sofa like a man possessed.
Cruise's behaviour spawned a slang phrase "jump the couch," meaning a defining moment when you know someone has gone off the deep end, providing endless material for late-night comedians.
Cruise then proposed to Holmes in June at the Eiffel Tower in Paris and announced their engagement the next day at a news conference, prompting speculation it was all a publicity stunt to promote their summer films -- "War of the Worlds" for Cruise and "Batman Begins" for Holmes.
Cruise, a member of the Church of Scientology which eschews psychiatry, almost beat himself out for the award. He was also nominated for his attack on psychiatry and anti-depressant drugs made in an interview on NBC's "Today" show last June.
On the program, he said "psychiatry is a pseudoscience," and said actress Brooke Shields should have used vitamins rather than anti-depressants to battle postpartum depression.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) By Mark Egan