Murs and Slug released their second Felt album Felt 2: A Tribute to Lisa Bonet about 18 months back. On Monday, just 587 days after it was first released as a single, the video for “Early Mornin' Tony.” will be airing on MTVU. This is the first video from the disc.
Not quite sure what took so long, but a post on the duo's MySpace blog says the video features Slug, Murs, Ant and still shots from the Jim Mahfood drawn comic that came with the album. The video will be up on the official Rhymesayers YouTube page on Tuesday.
This weekend brings the iTunes exclusive debut of Justin Timberlake's new video for 3rd single, “What Goes Around,” starring Scarlett Johanssen and written by Nick Cassavetes. Oh yeah, and YouTube is going internuts over his live performance of “Dick in a Box” with Andy Samburg last night at Madison Square Garden. No good vid yet, but milliions of phone cameras for what its worth. Oh, one more thing: he hosts the Grammys Sunday night where he'll be performing and he's up for Album of the Year. Whew. Anything else? Oh, cover of Entertainment Weekly. And his album eclipsed–fuck it. Enough.
Ever passed out and woken up in a pool of your own urine and fecal matter? Wellll, now that dream can be a reality. Pee&Poo have “escaped from the bathroom to enter the world on a journey filled with adventure.” Plush toys for your kid's bed, underwear and socks with doo doo stains, keychains…the list goes on. Apparently now you can have Pee and Poo together at the same time, and we all know how good that feels. You can even send a shitty e-card to your pals at work. (Eeet's a niiiice.) Will someone please e-mail Kim Kardashian and let her know there's now an “easier way.”
Mark Wahlberg recently told EmpireOnline that Departed writer William Monahan is working on sequel to the mega-popular Martin Scorsese film, which has garnered an Oscar nomination for Wahlberg (co-star Leonardo DiCaprio got a nod for Blood Diamond).
“They're talking about bringing in [Robert] De Niro to play a senator or a congressman. You know, the corruption obviously going deeper and higher up the ranks—reaching up the political chain. So it'll be fun.” Though many main characters end up dying in the original, the writer has a resolution for that too: “And if it's a success, they're gonna do a prequel and bring everyone back…make it a trilogy,” says Wahlberg.