Oh, the political correctness of it all. Poor Amanda Bynes has had her peace sign Photoshopped off the poster promoting her latest movie. The movie is called 'What a Girl Wants' and the poster shows Bynes standing between two British Royal Guards while wearing a United States flag-emblazoned tank top and flashing the peace sign.
I guess it was either that or a picture of her giving the finger to Saddam. [via E! Online News]
The radically leftist PETA has been toting a fake cow around schools for years in protest of us normal people drinking milk. The cow wears a placard that, when taken to Spanish speaking schools, says, "Dump Dairy".
But apparently when translated into Spanish, this simple English statement ends up closer to "discharging sperm". Just what every parent wants their kids to see at school every day, right?
So, PETA, why don't you pay attention to your own ad campaigns rather than the ones out there that promote actual products.
More on PETA here.
Ah yes...the joke and spoof factory never ceases. Here we have a collection of Gap television ads that with musical beds that are just not quite right.
Thanks to the folks at Ad To The Bone, a sister site to Adland for these creations.
Jaqk as in Jack as in Jack Off...clever. That aside, this new magazine will be edited for men 25-44 with household incomes of $100K plus. Sort of a luxury, Las Vegas lifestyle approach.
Publisher, Brett Garfinkel want a "James Bond allure" to the magazine. "There's always a casino scene, with Bond wearing a tuxedo. He knows what to drink, he knows how to play, and knows how to enjoy it all."
OK but what's with the JAQK name? [via MediaPost]
UPDATE: The name stands for Jack, Ace, Queen, King :-)
Although she doesn't call it a reality show, Shannon Doherty of Charmed and Beverly Hills 90210 fame is hosting a show called Scare Tactics. The show puts people in arranged situations that are designed to scare the crap out of them. Shannon participates in some of the pranks as well.
"I don't really think of 'Scare Tactics' as a reality show," she says, "in the same way I don't put 'The Jamie Kennedy Experiment' in the reality-show category. Because he's on a network, he can't get away with as much as we can. We're sort of the extreme side of that. As long as nobody's getting hurt and everybody's having a good time doing it, it's something to be proud of. It's also fun to watch."
So why do this show?
"I didn't necessarily want to do another TV show," she says, "but if I did, it had to be something I could feel connected to really powerfully. At the same time, you want a paycheck coming in. 'Scare Tactics' came up, and I only have to work six days out of the year on it. That's just for the hosting, then I have the option to be involved in the pranks. It leaves me plenty of time to do other things."