Not Enough Bucks For Hilary's Butt

It's really hard finding good pictures of Hilary Duff since her butt is her best feature and there aren't many pictures showing her butt. Oops, that's commentary for my other blog, heh. Seriously, Hilary has been booted from her television show because she wants $100,000 per episode as opposed to her current $15,000. Disney doesn't want to pay. I say pay it to her. She's pleasing enough to look at. Oh, sorry again, she's 15. I meant to say she's cute and adorable.

So anyway, she's got a movie. It did pretty well. Naturally she's using that as leverage to get more dough for her show. Disney isn't buying and is cancelling the show. Strangely, back in December, Disney also made mention of canceling her show so how do you cancel a show twice?

All is not lost. For a sequel to her current movie, Disney will give her $4M, 4% of the gross, and $500K if the movie grosses $50M plus. But Duff (or her greedy handlers) want the $500K no matter what the movie does. So, it's still no deal.

She will do fine though. She has two other movies in the works one of which will be out for the holidays and the other out next year.

by Steve Hall    May-27-03    

Ripped Nurses Dress, Patient Poking Attendants, Other Strange Mental Hospital Behavior

Termed, 'Mangina', this clip features a bunch of zombies in a mental hospital with a unique sense of humor and interesting ways to pass the time of day away. Created by Rainey Kelly Campbell Roalfe/Y&R and launched by DMC, this clip aims to lend support to Virgin Mobile's 3P text messaging campaign in the U.K.

"We are using online viral and buzz marketing as a strategic part of our 'Idle Thumbs' marketing campaign in order to broaden awareness of our new 3p text tariff - particularly among the culture-driving, technology-savvy online viral community that DMC can reach," said James Kidd, brand director for Virgin Mobile.

You can see the film by downloading it below.

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by Steve Hall    May-27-03    

Weblogs and Advertising

Henry Copeland of blogads writes an informative paper supporting blogs as an emerging medium for advertising. Well worth the reading if you want to remain on the cutting edge of new advertising media.

by Steve Hall    May-27-03    

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