‘Gilligan’s Island the Movie gets Michael Cera as Gilligan

Michael CeraSherwood Schwartz, the creator of "The Brady Bunch" and "Gilligan’s Island," has decided to move forward with a big screen version of the 1969 "Gilligan’s Island" sitcom. And Schwartz already has already got actors in mind to play the roles of Ginger and Gilligan.

The legendary producer spoke to TV Guide, revealing that a deal "just happened in the last 48 hours." Adding that he would like to see Michael Cera (Superbad) play Gilligan and Beyonce to play Ginger.

Josh Brolin Rejected ‘Terminator Salvation’ Role

Josh Brolin
Awhile back when McG was still in the process of putting his cast together for the upcoming "Terminator Salvation," he stated that it will be difficult to replace Arnold Schwarzenegger since so many actors in Hollywood have become soft and wimpy. Back in the day, we had the likes of Arnold, Sylvester Stallone, Bruce Willis, Charles Bronson and many others. But which actors are true tough guys today? McG believed that there are only two; Russell Crow and Josh Brolin.

‘King of the Hill’ Canned, But the Show Goes On!

King of the Hill
Well "King of Hill" has been cancelled, but apparently that’s not 100% correct. At least one network has already expressed interest in the show, which was recently canned by Fox.
The suitor is none other than ABC, as "King of the Hill" would make a strong companion to the network’s upcoming animated comedy "The Goode Family," which comes from "King of the Hill" executive producers Mike Judge, John Altschuler and Dave Krinsky.

Firefox claims download success

Firefox claims download success

Firefox claims download success Mozilla is claiming a download record for the release of Firefox 3

In the first 24 hours the web browser was available the software was downloaded more than 8 million times, says Mozilla.

Statistics from the download servers are being scrutinised to produce an official figure that will be passed to the Guinness World Record organisation.

But the launch was marred by news from security firms who have found the first flaws in the software…