Watch one man perform the theme song from Ren and Stimpy.
Here is the first photo from Joseph Kahn‘s slasher film Detention: “In the film a downtrodden 17-year-old girl is sent to detention where she must survive a slasher film killer and save the world in time for prom!” [Bloodydisgusting]
Scream 4 director Wes Craven talks to EW about additional photography: “They’re not reshoots. We had a couple test screenings and we saw two scenes where they had moments you could add to and we just saw a spectacular opportunity. Bob [Weinstein] just said to me basically, ‘You go to your dark side and I’ll give you the money!’ [Laughs] The two scenes were really good, but we saw how they could be spectacular, so we thought, let’s just go for it. They were key moments of the script, so we just decided to go back and go for the grand slam on them.” As for reports of the ending being reshot: “No, the ending is totally kick-ass. We’re not gonna touch that. [The scenes being added to are] one scene that’s kind of in the late beginning and one scene that’s a little bit later.”
Someone created this awesomely bad Groundhog Day cake. [epicponyz]
Stephen Tobolowsky blogs about how Groundhog Day changed his life.
Colin Mcgreal created some Star Wars Hoth mash-up images with photos he took of the recent East Coast snow storms. [onecoolthingaday]
Time Warner might charge Netflix and Redbox more for DVDs. [thr]
George Lucas and Star Wars producer Rick McCallum visited Disneyland to test ride the new Star Tours 2.0 ride (which opens on May 20th 2011). DisneyBlog reports that both gave the new ride a thumbs up. The photo above features George posing inside the remodeled motion simulator vehicle, the Starspeeder 1000 with C-3PO in the cockpit area.
SHH has some new screenshots from the Batman: Arkham City video game.
HBO Documentary Films has acquired worldwide rights to Jerry Weintraub documentary His Way. [thr]
Savage Chickens presents a Terminator/Groundhog Day mash-up.