The Razzies Are Coming, The Razzies Are Coming

Hey everybody. Michael C here. Can you feel the suspense? Not the Oscars, that’s going to be The Artist. No, I mean that we are only one week away from The Razzie nominations, where we can get a little retribution for the cinematic crimes of 2011.

Without M. Night Shyamalan, the Stanley Kubrick* of the Razzies, in the race it’s a little more challenging to predict the nominees for worst film than usual, but I'll give it a shot anyway. Full Disclosure: I haven't seen most of these and unless someone backs an armored car full of gold bars into my driveway it’s gonna stay that way. I am judging strictly off their public and critical reception

*True Fact: At their first ceremony The Razzies nominated Kubrick for worst director for The Shining.

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  • Depending on whom you believe, Jamie FoxxJamie Foxx
[/link] may or may not be writing a film version of the '70s sitcom Laverne & Shirley for director Gary Marshall and stars Jennifer Garner and Jessica Biel. Yes, Jamie Foxx.

- Not to dive into celebrity in-fighting, but this improbable spat just cracks me up. Apparently a few years ago Glenn Beck called James Cameron the anti-Christ (in response to Cameron's documentary The Lost Tomb of Jesus), someone recently asked Cameron about the Fox News staple and his response is golden: "Glenn Beck is a f***ing ***hole." Beck's equally mature retort? Calling Avatar a "Smurf-murdering movie".

- Attention Browncoats, Patton Oswalt gives EW's PopWatch the skinny on the Firefly comic he's writing for Dark Horse. It's called Float Out and it'll pick up where Serenity left off, but will introduce new characters as they christen a spaceship in honor of Wash.
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