Life is better with Zach Galifianakis popping up all over the place. In his latest bout of awesomeness, he stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live where he was mauled by “Snorki” with the help of her step-ladder before he set up a vivid mental image of him stark-naked, drinking moonshine, and riding around a weed farm on his pet giraffe. Viewer beware: I laughed so hard I almost peed my pants.
After her alleged affectionate attack on Mr. Galfianakis, Snooki (milk that fame while you still can, honey) faced her accuser and took a moment to remind Jimmy of the meaning of DTF and explain why Angelina’s been evicted from the next season of Jersey Shore.
NBC is getting a little incestuous or at least a little too obvious with their self-promotion. Last night, NBC darlings Rashida Jones and Amy Poehler stopped by to chat with Jimmy Fallon, where Poehler promoted not one, but two NBC shows; SNL and Parks and Recreation. Even though that was a little much, I’ll forgive them, because it gave the two ladies a chance to make sweet musical love to each other with their rendition of “Tonight, I Celebrate My Love.”
James Franco (so dreamy) took time out of his busy college schedule to chat with David Letterman about his Allen Ginsberg biopic, life at NYU, and talking dirty with his professor. Hello, Mrs. Robinson.
Craig Robinson, David Alan Grier, and Kerry Washington have all joined the cast of We The Peeples. Unfortunately, this is not a retelling of the founding of our nation using Easter holiday candies. Instead, it focuses on a psychologist (Robinson) who discovers his girlfriend’s (Kerry) entire family needs his therapeutic help when he surprises her on a vacation. No word on who Grier will play, but it will undoubtedly be silly.
The film comes from first time director Tina Gordon Chism, who wrote the screenplays for Drumline and ATL. Now Drumline holds a special place in my heart, I’ve always wanted to be a drummer and those "underdog comes-from-behind movies but will he learn to be a part of the team" movies, *sniff*, they just get me every time. Also, Nick Cannon is my boy! Wow, I really am white.
Anyway, Robinson consistently delivers on The Office and showed that his schtick works well in features with Hot Tub Time Machine. Seeing him play a psychologist - a significantly more straight-laced role than he's used to getting - trying to help his girlfriend’s family should be delightfully hilarious. Grier has been picking up steam since nabbing a Tony nomination for his work on David Mamet’s Race, but it’ll be nice to see him return to his comedic roots. Washington will also star in potential Tyler Perry Oscar bait For Colored Girls, to be released this November (Perry also produces this film). Wait, can I say that? I can? Ok, cool.
Dinkin flicka, dude. Dinkin flicka. Wow. I really am white.
Source: Hollywood Reporter
Disney Agrees to Sell Miramax to Tutor, Colony & Co. for $660M
After a six-month bidding process, Disney has agreed to sell Miramax to a group that includes Ronald Tutor and Colony Capital for $660 million.
The transaction is subject to certain regulatory approvals and is expected to close sometime before the end of the year. In a statement, Disney chief Robert Iger said, “Although we are very proud of Miramax’s many accomplishments, our current strategy for Walt Disney Studios is to focus on the development of great motion pictures under the Disney, Pixar and Marvel brands.”
Tutor, the chief executive of the Tutor Perini Corporation, and Tom Barrack, the chief executive of Colony Capital, and other individuals bought Miramax through Filmyard Holdings. The press release did not mention any other minority investors, such as James Robinson of Morgan Creek, Gulf Capital of Dubai and actor Rob Lowe, who said last week that he was part of the group, notes The Hollywood Reporter. Nor was there any mention of Pangea Media Group CEO David Bergstein, who first brought the deal to Tutor and has been acting as a consultant on the sale.
According to The Los Angeles Times, Jerome Swartz, who co-founded mobile technology company Symbol Technologies, was expected to invest between $25 million and $50 million in the new venture.
The purchase includes the rights to 700 library titles, plus the Miramax name, books, development projects and other assets.
Disney will handle distribution of a handful of completed Miramax films that have yet to be released, an arrangement that may be in place for up to a year after the transaction is completed, Variety notes.
The ultimate price for the indie label was higher than what others, including Miramax founders Harvey and Bob Weinstein backed by Ron Burkle, were prepared to offer.
As much as $150 million of the Miramax unit’s value remains tied to film franchises like the Spy Kids and Scary Movie series in which the Weinsteins have rights, a source told The New York Times.
Unclear is how Tutor’s group will deal with the Weinstein presence, given the brothers’ chagrin in recent weeks at not having prevailed in the bidding, says the NYT.
Deadline notes that Colony Capital's Richard Nanula will be the key person picking a CEO and CFO from the usual roster of experienced movie executives. An insider told Deadline, "He'll make sure Miramax doesn't end up hiring someone who'll use distribution as an excuse to go into production. Because that would be disastrous."
As the World Turns has a few more episodes to air before its 54-year run comes to an end in September, but CBS has already picked its replacement. It won't be another soap opera: instead, it'll be a Julie Chen-hosted talk show for moms! They have the right to vote, so stop looking like you didn't see this coming.
Sara Gilbert, Leah Remini, Sharon Osbourne, Holly Robinson Peete and Marissa Jaret Winokur will join Chen at a round table, where they might play poker... but certainly not to win chips: they'll play for nights to the movies and the opportunity to win a babysitter so they can spend an entire Saturday playing strip poker with their spouses. Or maybe one of those automated books that a kid can slide a pen over a sentence and an automated voice reads to them! Ugh, imaginations can be treacherous sometimes.
In reality, they'll sit around, drink coffee, and talk about being moms. Sharon Osbourne will probably be the light of the show, because she's the mom who gave her kids whiskey and let them sniff glue so they'd pass out and forget they were teething. Leah Remini will reveal how she and her husband of 22 years keep their lives caliente hot, Holly Robinson Peete will try very hard to fulfill the "token black woman" role that's been assigned to her, Marissa Jaret Winokur will do something I'm sure is important but for some reason I can't think of right now, and Sara Gilbert will rightfully advocate that same-sex couples can be parents. What a bunch!
Chen will be what Meredith Vieira was to The View: neutral, occasionally interjecting if things get too graphic or to move everyone along if they get hung up on a topic, like how legitimate it is to make your own diapers. Overall though, the best thing about this means we're one step closer to a talk show for air traffic controllers.
Source: OK Magazine
The Wrap reported yesterday afternoon that an agreement has been reached for Disney to sell Miramax to LA billionaire Ronald Tutor and his partners Morgan Creek, Colony Capital and David Bergstein. The sale price was said to be $675 million.
"The deal is not done, but it's going to get done," a person with knowledge of the deal told The Wrap. "We've agreed in principle." Following is a round-up of what folks are saying a deal would look like and what obstacles remain.
Speaking to Deadline, an insider said it's "95% just about done. A couple of deal terms and timing issues remain. Like when does the deal actually close? When do all of the contingencies Disney needs to deliver get cleared? Right now there's not really a Miramax because it's been comingled with other Disney assets. So what has to happen is those assets have to go in and out so that the partnership can end up buying Miramax with clean assets and no liabilities. By tomorrow we could have a deal in principle. But it'll be up to Disney to decide when to sign it and announce it."
As to the price being paid, a source told Deadline: "The headline will be $675 million but it's really north of $675 million."
Tutor, according to TW, will take the lead management position while the embattled Bergstein is expected to take a prominent advisory role. A Deadline source, however, said of Bergstein: "He gets paid for packaging the deal and consulting on the transaction. Then that's it." The Los Angeles Times seconds that, saying Bergstein will not work for the new Miramax.
Morgan Creek would be a distribution partner for the new Miramax, but is also putting capital into the deal, says TW. (Deadline says Morgan is contributing equity of $50 million with James Robinson looking for a seat on the board, although "there have not been any discussions" about linking Morgan Creek's product or employees to Miramax.)
Colony Capital’s Richard Nanula, who heads the fund's entertainment division, is a former CFO of Disney. The private equity firm is run by founder and CEO Thomas Barrack Jr. Two other equity partners are involved in the purchase, but have chosen to remain anonymous, says TW. The Hollywood Reporter includes Gulf Capital, an investment firm based in Abu Dhabi, as one of the investors.
In addition to distributing the library, the new Miramax is expected to produce several new movies annually. For the first year, Walt Disney Studios will distribute its movies until a new distribution operation has been formed, reports the LAT.
The deal is expected to officially close by the end of July.
News of the agreement brought out some skeptics: A rival bidder told TW that Tutor would have two weeks to find banks to provide about $200 million in debt financing and get the deal closed, but that this would not happen at $675 million. "They can't close this deal at $675 million," said the skeptic.
Indeed, notes Variety, there have been many times over the past few months that Disney was about to sign a deal to hand the keys back to Bob and Harvey Weinstein. Sources this week signaled to the trade that the Weinsteins remain contenders for the company with an offer backed by billionaire Ron Burkle.
"A sharp drop in the number of active lenders, the current conservative environment and a significant drop in library values generally could combine to make closing a deal of any significant size challenging," Clark Hallren, managing partner of Clear Scope Partners, an entertainment advisory that also raises senior debt capital told THR.
But David Davis, managing partner of entertainment advisory Arpeggio Partners, said raising bank debt of the level sought appears feasible. "Colony has strong backing behind it and having the former Disney executive is a plus," Davis told THR. "There are a lot of people involved who can raise $300 million-plus."
Meanwhile, THR adds that despite reports Rob Lowe is not involved in the Tutor consortium, though his name was recently linked to Colony.
Craig Robinson Talks "Last Comic Standing": Late Last Night
Last night, Jimmy Fallon chewed the stubborn belly fat with Craig Robinson, star of “The Office” and host of NBC’s “Last Comic Standing.” The way I see it, when they’re on stage, comics are hilarious and nice and seem like they’d help you hail a taxi if you were in a wheelchair. But then once they get backstage, they turn into obnoxious dragon people who will slit your throat if you eat your soup too loudly while they’re trying to write their bits. Am I the only one who thinks that? Yes? Well in any case, Craig doesn’t seem like a mean guy. But then again, technically he was “on stage” last night. So I guess the enigma continues.
And for some reason, Jimmy shared a tandem bike with Jessica Biel…I guess because “The A-Team” comes out soon? But more importantly than riding around the studio and talking about family minivans, Jimmy did a STELLAR Pee-Wee Herman impression. Just…spot on.
Adam Sandler (who I think is aging at the speed of Dick Clark) told Jay Leno about some places in Massachusetts, and what it was like to film his new movie, “Grown Ups.” But then Sandy boy asked Leno if he had any nicknames growing up, and you’ll have to watch the clip to find out what it was because I’m not sure I can write it out without getting in trouble…with someone.
And Rachel Maddow (who I spend about 75% of my life wishing I was friends or neighbors with) told Jay Leno about what it was like to be down in the Gulf and looking at the oil spill. But they also talked about how the ladies are schooling the dudes in politics right now. But it was kind of a drag, because Jay would voice his frustration about Obama, or pink bubble gum or puppies, and then poor Rachel would have to tell him what she thought. But she’s a champion, because she didn’t care when Jay talked about “when I first got this job…”
Bradley Cooper (another “A-Teamer”) told David Letterman a just charming story about getting hungry for a ham sandwich when his cousin was puking while they were riding in a helicopter over Afghanistan. Watch it if you want. But only if you didn’t bring a ham sandwich for work today.
And Kourtney Kardashian told Dave about how her sister Khloe, does not get along with her drunk, mouthy boyfriend, Scott. She also told Dave about the one-night stand she had with him that resulted in her sweet (but really old-looking) son, Mason.
Jon Stewart addressed the question on everyone’s mind last night, and it’s not if you’re going to renew the lease on your apartment or not. It’s actually who’s going to get Helen Thomas’ front row seat in the White House press corps.
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And Stephen Colbert also talked about Helen Thomas’ surprising remarks about Israelis in Palestine. He admonished her for ending her career with such a poor statement, but then he offered her the chance to be remembered for something better.
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Filming of Bret Michaels' documentary series, titled "Life As I Know It" was halted when the Poison icon suffered a near fatal brain hemorrhage in April. Since emerging from the hospital on May 5th, Michaels has made a stunning recovery, of which the world has watched in awe. Still in the recuperative stages, Michales has twice-daily rehabilitative sessions and spends most of his time with his family, including young daughters Raine and Jorja Bleu.
But through it all, Michaels never forgot about his documentary series that would give viewers an honest glimpse into the life he lives when he isn't touring or filming his VH1 reality show, "Rock of Love." Now that the docu-series is back up and running, it will premiere sometime this fall. But fans will get a chance to see a snippet or two of the show when a half-hour special airs in the U.S. on May 31st.
Also on Michaels' plate is the chance to win this season's "Celebrity Apprentice." According to a recent poll, 70% of the viewing public are rooting for him to beat out the other finalist, Holly Robinson-Peete this Sunday. But even if the "21 Jump Street" alum snags the win from the bandanna-wearing vocalist, it seems to be general knowledge that Bret Michaels isn't going to let his (very serious) hiccup push him out of the business. He will return to the musical stage on May 28th in Mississippi, but before that, he'll have a sit-down with Oprah on May 19th where he'll recall the hardships of his past few months. Of the pressure of continuing to heal while pursuing his career, network executive Jeff Olde said of Michaels, "If anyone can fight off illness and get back on his feet, it's Bret." And that's exactly the kind of thing we like to hear.
Source: Contact Music
Beyonce, Kings of Leon and Taylor Swift were the toast of the music world on Sunday night after taking home the 52nd annual Grammy Awards' biggest prizes.
Beyonce was the Los Angeles event's biggest winner, claiming six of the 10 honors for which she was nominated.
These included Song of the Year, Best R&B Song and Best Female R&B Vocal Performance awards for "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)."
Swift took home her first four Grammys, including the coveted Album of the Year award, and Kings of Leon's anthem "Use Somebody" earned the rockers prizes for Record of the Year, Best Rock Song and Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals.
The Black Eyed Peas and Jay-Z were also triple winners at the Grammys, as was the San Francisco Symphony, thanks to its album Mahler: Symphony No. 8; Adagio from Symphony No. 10.
The event's winners were overshadowed by a clutch of terrific performances from acts like Green Day, Pink, Dave Matthews Band, Beyonce and the Black Eyed Peas.
Elton John and Lady Gaga collaborated to open the show, and there were further mash-ups for Jamie Foxx, T-Pain and Slash, Mary J. Blige and Andrea Bocelli, Eminem, Drake and Lil Wayne, and Taylor Swift and Fleetwood Mac star Stevie Nicks.
But the event's highlight was a star-studded tribute to Michael Jackson; Celine Dion, Jennifer Hudson, Usher, Smokey Robinson and Carrie Underwood teamed up to perform the King of Pop's "Earth Song."
The stunning collaboration was accompanied by a 3-D version of the "Earth Song" video Jackson planned to use as a backdrop during his This Is It concerts last summer.
Stars like Beyonce, Rihanna and will.i.am were among the audience members who donned special 3-D glasses to fully appreciate the spectacular musical moment.
They ended the song with their backs to the crowd, staring at images of Jackson, which were flashed onto the big screen behind them, as the audience rose to its feet to applaud the performance, which presenter Lionel Richie called "unbelievable."
Following the showstopper, Jackson's children Prince and Paris took the Staples Center stage to honor their father, a recipient of one of the night's Lifetime Achievement Awards.
In his first public speaking appearance, Prince thanked God for "watching over us these past seven months" and "our grandma and grandpa for their love and support."
Both Jackson children ended their brief acceptance speeches with the words "We love you daddy".
The big winners of the 2010 Grammys are:
Record Of The Year: Use Somebody - Kings of Leon
Song Of The Year: Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It) - Beyonce
Best New Artist: Zak Brown Band
Album Of The Year: Fearless - Taylor Swift
Best Female Pop Vocal Performance: Halo - Beyonce
Best Male Pop Vocal Performance: Make It Mine - Jason Mraz
Best Pop Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocals: I Gotta Feeling - The Black Eyed Peas
Best Pop Collaboration With Vocals: Lucky - Jason Mraz & Colbie Caillat
Best Pop Instrumental Performance: Throw Down Your Heart - Bela Fleck
Best Pop Instrumental Album: Potato Hole - Booker T. Jones
Best Pop Vocal Album: The E.N.D. - The Black Eyed Peas
Best Dance Recording: Poker Face - Lady Gaga
Best Electronic/Dance Album: The Fame - Lady Gaga
Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album: Michael Buble Meets Madison Square Garden - Michael Buble
Best Solo Rock Vocal Performance: Working On A Dream - Bruce Springsteen
Best Rock Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocals: Use Somebody - Kings of Leon
Best Hard Rock Performance: War Machine - AC/DC
Best Metal Performance: Dissident Aggressor - Judas Priest
Best Rock Instrumental Performance: A Day In The Life - Jeff Beck
Best Rock Song: Use Somebody - Kings of Leon
Best Rock Album: 21st Century Breakdown - Green Day
Best Alternative Music Album: Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix - Phoenix
Best Female R&B Vocal Performance: Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It) - Beyonce
Best Male R&B Vocal Performance: Pretty Wings - Maxwell
Best R&B Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocals: Blame It - Jamie Foxx & T-Pain
Best Traditional R&B Vocal Performance: At Last - Beyonce
Best Urban/Alternative Performance: Pearls - India.Arie & Dobet Gnahore
Best R&B Song: Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It) - Beyonce
Best R&B Album: Blacksummers' Night - Maxwell
Best Contemporary R&B Album: I Am... Sasha Fierce - Beyonce
Best Rap Solo Performance: D.O.A. (Death Of Auto-Tune) - Jay-Z
Best Rap Performance By A Duo Or Group: Crack A Bottle - Eminem, Dr. Dre & 50 Cent
Best Rap/Sung Collaboration: Run This Town - Jay-Z, Rihanna & Kanye West
Best Rap Song: Run This Town - Jay-Z, Rihanna & Kanye West
Best Rap Album: Relapse - Eminem
Best Female Country Vocal Performance: White Horse - Taylor Swift
Best Male Country Vocal Performance: Sweet Thing - Keith Urban
Best Country Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocals: I Run To You - Lady Antebellum
Best Country Collaboration With Vocals: I Told You So - Carrie Underwood & Randy Travis
Best Country Instrumental Performance: Producer's Medley - Steve Wariner
Best Country Song: White Horse - Taylor Swift
Best Country Album: Fearless - Taylor Swift
Best Spoken Word Album: Always Looking Up - Michael J. Fox
Best Comedy Album: A Colbert Christmas: The Greatest Gift Of All! - Stephen Colbert
Best Compilation Soundtrack Album For Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media: Slumdog Millionaire - Various Artists
Best Score Soundtrack Album For Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media: Up - Michael Giacchino
Best Song Written For Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media: Jai Ho (From Slumdog Millionaire) - Gulzar, A.R. Rahman & Tanvi Shah, songwriters
Lifetime Achievement Award: Leonard Cohen
Lifetime Achievement Award: Michael Jackson
Lifetime Achievement Award: Loretta Lynn
Lifetime Achievement Award: Bobby Darin
Lifetime Achievement Award: Clark Terry
Lifetime Achievement Award: David 'Honeyboy' Edwards
Lifetime Achievement Award: Andre Previn
Trustees Award: Walter C. Miller
Trustees Award: Florence Greenberg
Trustees Award: Harold Bradley
Presidents Merit Award: Doug Morris
Presidents Merit Award: Placido Domingo
Presidents Merit Award: Ken Ehrlich
MusiCares Person of the Year: Neil Young
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The God of Legion secular Hollywood’s latest Biblically-inspired action flick is old-school an angry spiteful Almighty with a penchant for Old Testament theatrics. Fed up with humanity’s decadent warmongering ways He’s decided to pull the plug on the whole crazy experiment and start over from scratch.
Fortunately for us the God of Legion is also a rather lazy fellow. Instead of doing the apocalyptic work himself and wiping us out with a giant flood which worked perfectly well last time He opts to delegate the task to His army of angels — a questionable strategy that starts to fall apart when the archangel charged with leading the planned extermination Michael (Paul Bettany) refuses to comply.
Michael who unlike his boss still harbors affection for our sorry species abandons his post and descends to earth where inside the swollen belly of Charlie (Adrianne Palicki) an unwed mother-to-be working as a waitress in an out-of-the-way diner sits humanity’s lone hope for survival. Why is this particular baby so important? Is it the one destined to lead us to victory over Skynet? Heaven knows — Legion reveals little details its script devoid of actual scripture. What is clear is that God’s celestial hitmen want the kid whacked before it’s born.
But Michael won’t let humanity fall without a fight. Armed with a Waco-sized arsenal of assault weapons he hunkers down with the diner’s patrons a largely superfluous collection of thinly-sketched caricatures from various demographic groups led by Dennis Quaid as the diner’s grizzled owner Tyrese Gibson as a hip-hop hustler and Lucas Black as a simple-minded country boy.
Together they mount a heroic final stand against hordes of angels who’ve taken possession of “weak-willed” humans turning kindly old grandmas and mild-mannered ice cream vendors into snarling ravenous foul-mouthed beasts. They descend upon the ramshackle diner in a series of full-frontal assaults commanded by the archangel Gabriel (Kevin Durand) the George Pickett of End of Days generals.
Beneath its superficial religious facade Legion is really just a run-of-the-mill zombie flick a Biblical I Am Legend. Bettany an actor accustomed to smaller dramatic roles in films like A Beautiful Mind and The Da Vinci Code looks perfectly at ease in his first major action role wielding machine guns and bowie knives with equal aplomb. Conversely first-time director Scott Stewart a former visual effects artist does little to prove himself worthy of such a promotion serving up some impressive CGI work but not much else worthy of note.
WHAT IT’S ABOUT?
Claire is an attractive CIA operative and Ray is an M16 agent who simultaneously leave their Governmental spy activities in the dust to try and profit from a battle between two rival multi-national corporations both trying to launch a new product that will transform the world and make billions. Their goal is to secure the top-secret formula and get a patent before they are outsmarted. While their respective egomaniacal CEOs engage in an unending battle of wills and one-upmanship Claire and Ray start out conning and playing one another in a clever game of industrial espionage that is even more complicated due to their own long-term romantic relationship.
WHO’S IN IT?
Reuniting Closer co-stars Julia Roberts (as Claire) and Clive Owen (as Ray) turns out to be an inspired idea. They turn out to be the perfect pair oozing movie-star charm and electricity in this elaborate con-game that might have been the kind of thing Audrey Hepburn and Cary Grant might have made in the '60s (in fact they did in Charade). Roberts with that infamous hairstyle back the way we like it and Owen looking great in sunglasses prove they have what it takes to navigate us through this ultra-complex plot in which no one is sure who they can trust at any given moment. They play it all in high style and the wit just flows as the story skirts back and forth during the period of five years. The supporting cast is well-chosen with juicy roles for Tom Wilkinson and Paul Giamatti (out of their John Adams duds) as the two CEOs going for each other’s throats. Giamatti who sometimes has a tendency to overdo it is especially slimy here and great fun to watch.
Big-star studio movies today rarely take risks and often talk down to the audience but in Duplicity writer/director Tony Gilroy (Michael Clayton) has crafted a complicated con-comedy that requires complete attention at all times just to keep up with the dense plot’s twists and turns. It’s the cinematic equivalent of a New York Times crossword puzzle and Gilroy and his top-drawer production team deliver a glossy beautiful-looking film that’s easy on the eyes hitting locations from Dubai to Rome to New York City.
Like any good puzzle it sometimes can be frustrating putting it all together and Gilroy’s habit of taking us back in time and then inching forward gets a little confusing even with the on-screen chyron pointing out where we are at any given moment. Stick with it though and you will be well-rewarded.
A scene near the end where the formula must be found scanned and faxed in a matter of minutes is sweat-inducing edge-of-your-seat moviemaking and it provides the ultimate opportunity for Roberts and Owen to take the “con” to the next level. Another where Roberts uses a thong to try and trick Owen into admitting an affair he never had is also priceless and gets right to the heart of the game-playing.
GO OUT AND GET POPCORN WHEN ...
Never. Stock up during the coming attractions. If you miss a moment of this entertaining romp you might never figure it all out.