A website frequently used by Al Qaeda has posted an assassination threat against David Letterman.
According to the SITE Intelligence Group, a frequent user of the online forum called on Muslims to kill the CBS late-night host after taking offense at a joke made on the program. A poster calling himself Umar al-Basrawi wrote: “Is there not amongst you a Sayyid Nosair al-Masri (may Allah release him) to cut… Continue reading Online jihadist calls for David Letterman’s assassination
A few full body photos of Tom Hardy as Bane in The Dark Knight Rises have hit the net thanks to Just Jared and the revelation of the hulking character’s big screen costume has set blogs and Twitter alike ablaze with an almost overwhelmingly negative response. But you know what? Screw that noise. Not only are these unofficial, context-free photos, but… Continue reading Bane's Costume in 'The Dark Knight Rises' Leaks Online, Internet Follows Outrage Pattern Accordingly
As part of your cinematic diet, do you include weird, cool little indie flicks, the kind with recognizable human behavior instead of giant robots and alien invaders? Great! Us too! Do you like to see them at your local art house or multiplex? Great! Us too! But for those of us who don’t live in New York or Los Angeles or a few other major cities… Continue reading Sundance Joins Indie Movement Toward Greater Online Availability
After a six-month tryout as host of “MSNBC Live” in the 6 p.m. ET time slot, left empty when the cable newser fired Keith Olbermann in January, Cenk Uygur of the online politics and news commentary show “The Young Turks” announced on Wednesday, July 20, that he had left MSNBC.
In a video posted… Continue reading 'The Young Turks' Cenk Uygur: Out at MSNBC but still online