Buyout mogul Carl Icahn says he's just about ready to start blogging at his personal site,
At a party for Arianna Huffington last week, one of her eager employers cornered Rupert Murdoch, and asked the News Corp.
“Would you blog for us?” said a young political reporter.
We're not sure that this represents an ironclad commitment on Rupe's part.
So the guys at Disney and Pixar have it all figured out --
All you gotta do is buy her fake hair extensions!
Reports are surfacing that the new Warner Bros Batman film, Dark Knight, is set to have a record-breaking weekend.
Sources are estimating that the film will bring in around $130 million for its opening 3-day weekend.
And, when it opens, next Friday, is not even a holiday weekend! Even more impressive!
However, WB is trying to lower expectations, suggesting that the film might "only" make $90 million due to increased competition now as opposed to the beginning of May.
ONLY $90 million?
And, as we mentioned last month, pre-sales for the film are selling out quickly!
We've already scored our tix for opening night at one of the Imax theaters in L.A.
Additionally, inside sources are telling PerezHilton.com exclusively that the opening weekend for the Batman sequel could bring in about $150 million or more.
And, despite the fact that the movie is a bit longer than usual, at 2 hours and 32 minutes, theater managers are trying to by-pass the problem by adding late and round-the-clock screenings during its debut on July 18th.
So the main question is, Will U go watch Dark Knight on its opening weekend?
(Duh, the answer is yes.)