The Skinny: It's my oldest brother's birthday today. Of course, if I think about how old he is it will just make me feel old too and that won't do anyone any good! Wednesday's roundup includes a look at the marketing blitz for "Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues." Also,
Hope the commercials aren't funnier than the movie. There is no shortage of advertising tied to "Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues." Not only has Ron Burgundy been pitching Dodge trucks, there are also ads for Jockey Underwear and an ice cream from Ben & Jerry's. Having been under wowed by the trailer, I have to wonder whether star
Movies for me? The end of the year is when the movie studios tend to release movies that are more than explosions or bad jokes. Yes, it's awards season again, which is the one time when wooing people over the age of 35 is not only accepted, it is actually encouraged.
Expensive Fuse. The music cable channel Fuse, owned by MSG, is on the block and may stay that way if the price tag being sought isn't lowered. The New York Post says MSG is seeking at least $300 million, which may make many potential bidders balk.
Kids and zombies. Viacom Inc., parent of cable channels
Inside the Los Angeles Times: The end appears near for the soap opera "All My Children."
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