- Geek & Sci-Fi
Good afternoon you princes of Maine, you kings of New England, you stalkers of PICTURES: Nathan Fillion is a huge Star Wars Fan (another reason to love him).
PICTURE: "The cat's pajamas aren't all they're cracked up to be are they buddy.
Via <a href="http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/slashfilm/~3/957DKBrI0go/" target="_blank">/Film</a>, the site <a href="http://www.kropserkel.com/fightclub.htm">Kropserkel</a> is selling soap just like the Fight Club soap, an idea so obvious I can't believe no one's thought of it before.
ABOVE: "Jack's Imaginary Friend", a reimagining of Calvin & Hobbes, by <a href="http://www.fnaok.com/index.cfm">Sean Clauretie</a> IMDB pages that pop three of the seven seals.
I don't know, bros, maybe I just inhaled too much Axe Body Spray fumes, but this premise sounds so awesome that I spit Steven Seagal energy drink all over my computer.
A couple months ago, a bomb blew out the window of a Starbucks on the Upper East Side in Manhattan.
Seven employees at a Texas imbecile asylum (that's what they're called nowadays, right.
<a href="http://media.movies.ign.com/media/142/14238919/imgs_1.html?RSSwhen2008-08-06_044400&RSSid=896797" target="_blank">IGN</a> just premiered the UK poster for Choke, starring Sam Rockwell, based on the book by Chuck Palahniuk.
Friday for All is a regular feature on FilmDrunk in which I post videos that are neither relevant nor newsworthy.
I heard a rumor about a Fight Club musical awhile back, but, like Colin Hanks, it sounded retarded so I ignored it.
FilmDrunkard BGavin sent me the hot tip on this interview with Choke director Clark Gregg in which he talks about the movie and plays a few clips.
Collider had a batch of pictures from the production of Choke, an adaptation of Fight Club author Chuck Palahniuk's second best novel.
Ever since the movie adaptation of Fight Club, Chuck Palahniuk's first novel, became a worldwide phenomenon, people have been clamoring for more.
Jason Bateman will be joining the cast of <a href="http://youtube.com/watch?v=HMR6YOYNHuY" target="_blank">State of Play</a>, the movie adaptation of a British miniseries that teams Brad Pitt and Ed Norton for the first time since <a href="http://youtube.com/watch?v=e5ZyzAknjj4" target="_blank">Fight Club</a>.
Brad Pitt and Ed Norton haven't worked together since sharing the title character in Fight Club (a movie banned the American Association of Psychology for suggesting one can cure multiple personality disorder by shooting oneself in the mouth).