--- Hi Oh Hammer - Six foot five Aryan God Armie Hammer (he should probably make that his full name) is probably gonna play The Lone Ranger, opposite an inevitably hammy Johnny Depp as Tonto who will probably be wearing a clown wig and buck teeth to fully form his "quirky" take on the character. Good luck with all that, Armie.
--- Heavenly Lady - How great is this reminiscence by acting-phenom Melanie Lynskey on her time making Heavenly Creatures with Peter Jackson and Kate Winslet that The Film Experience posted? Love it.
--- Lady Dictator - I was going to do a poll for yall to tell me who you'd rather see get the role of female lead in Sacha Baron Cohen's new movie - it's a real Sophie's Choice between Kristin Wiig and Anna Faris (oh and also some other chick I don't know) - but... didn't. So feel free to tell me in the comments. The movie's called The Dictator and is about a dictator (surprise) who "risks his life to ensure that democracy would never come to the country he so lovingly oppressed." Now word on who the lady'd be playing - presumably the bright shining light of femininity that brings him to his senses, or whatever.
--- Petty Man - I noticed just yesterday thata Alex Pettyfer had a tag with his name on it here at MNPP, and I thought to myself, "Huh, that was probably a bad idea." So I'm gonna cover him whenever just to make up for that, since his movies are an endless string of flops and nobody on Earth seems to like him. Here's some asshole quotes from him and a couple new pictures. I gotta say that now that he's revealing his inner prick he's kinda growing on me. Since he's not playing anybody in The Hunger Games I've been able to unclench.
--- Death Days Sooner - Final Destination 5's release date has been moved ahead two weeks, to August 12th. Unless it's also changed that's the same day that the Don't Be Afraid of the Dark remake produced by Guillermo Del Toro comes out. Horrorpalooza!
--- And finally, here's a letter that a fourteen-year old Stephen King wrote to Monsters of Filmland Magazine's editor Forrest J. Ackerman back in 1961. This is what the internet was made for, the preservation and distribution of this specific kind of awesomeness.