All of that money, and the bluetooth isn't hooked up.
No police caught Bruce, but cameras did, which is just as damning.
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Oh, and George Clooney's performance here is (of course) totally epic! Ha!
What do U think of this Oscar-inspired movie parody trailer? Which celeb cameo is UR fave???
Sure, we miss Matt Damon… but they couldn't have picked a better replacement!!
Our love affair with Jeremy Renner and how awesome he is has been growing exponentially as time passes, so we're so glad to see him here in proper ass-kicking form for the new flick in the Bourne series: The Bourne Legacy!!
Check it out above and tell us that it doesn't look completely rad!
Plus as an added bonus we also get Edward Norton, Albert Finney, and Rachel Weisz!!
We've been waiting for this for like TWO YEARS!!
Check out the INcredible trailer for Wes Anderson's next flick: Moonrise Kingdom!
Watch it above!
PS — We love Roman Coppola (who writes with Wes)! When will he ever follow up directing CQ??
Shark finning, the cruel process of removing the fins off sharks then throwing them back into the water, has recently been banned in places like California and Toronto.
What's great is the European Union may be hopping on the ban bandwagon and ban shark finning themselves.
The ban would prohibit all boats in EU waters as well as any EU-registered boats from finning sharks.
A rep from the EU Fisheries office said:
"We want to end the horrendous practice of shark finning and protect sharks much better.
When these proposals come before MEPs, I have no doubt that a few countries will seek to water them down. However, we will push for a rigorous ban. We need a ban on finning that enables fishermen to catch sharks in a way that puts conservation and humane treatment before making a quick buck."
Hopefully they join the rest of us in saving sharks and putting a stop to this cruel practice.
[Image via AP Images.]
Yao Ming has a new PSA about the cruelty of shark fin soup.
Shark finning is a cruel practice where the fins are cut off of sharks, many of which are still alive when it happens.
In California, there is a bill that would ban the sale, trade and possession of shark fins.
Check out the above video for a PSA about shark finning.
Save the sharks!
Edward Norton is speaking out on behalf of Donate to Drink.
The charity Water For People is going to use the money to build wells, improve sanitation and provide clean, drinkable water.
Check out the video above to learn more about this great cause.
Now, both Renner and Weisz are confirmed for the movie, and Ed Norton is in negotiations to play the bad guy.
Ed is always at his best when he taps into his dark side in movies, such as American History X and Fight Club, so we def think he'd be great in this role. Let's hope he gets it!
What do U think about all the Bourne casting choices? Do U agree with them?
[Images via WENN.]