+ Did you hear that Leonardo DiCaprio's production company is looking to do a film remake of "The Twilight Zone?" They've selected a writer named Rand Ravich, who wrote the tres-bizarre Johnny Depp flick "The Astronaut's Wife," to pen the script.
+ Wired's Geek Dad blog has their list of the Top 10 Evil Geeks in the Movies. Was I the only one rooting FOR Gary Oldman's character in "Lost in Space?"
+ Some new clips of the upcoming "Julie and Julia" have come out, and I have to say, I'm really looking forward to this movie. It just looks...well...charming and that's a word that hasn't been used too much this summer with movies.
+ The Topless Robot site had a hilarious sharing of nerd wishes yesterday. Some of them really cracked me up, like this one from a reader called Arsenal:
with a lightsaber on it's head
that could fly
and had a Megan Fox love ray built into it's eyes
and had soft orange fur
that looked like the paint job to the General Lee.
also it was a robot
that dispensed soft served ice cream from it's nose.
+ The New York Times has a great op-ed column on the reissue and what I would consider a scandalous revamping of Ernest Hemingway's "A Moveable Feast." Apparently, one of Hemingway's grandsons has re-worked the piece to make it more sympathetic to his grandfather, which is nice, but in a way that excises chunks and relegates others to an index, which is not nice.
+ And in completely unrelated news, here's a video of four guinea pigs eating watermelon: