The Sahara star spent three years customising the silver bullet trailer and now hauls it onto film sets and uses it as a getaway.
He explains, "The starboard side... is where all the kitchen (equipment) and the galley and the refrigerator is; on the other side, the port side, is just the electronics, so there's much more room in this one down the middle.
"Also I have a six-and-a-half foot window that opens up above the galley... a bar that comes up on the outside... You can pull up (and) I can cook and serve you through the window.
"It's got an outdoor shower, the bed's elevated an extra 18 inches, so you have that much more storage room underneath."
It was a labour of love to get the trailer revamped. He tells news show Access Hollywood Live, "It took long enough to get this thing done... It took three years to finish this project."
S4:E14 “Last time I checked the intern packet, I don't think “pimp daddy” was included in the description of duties.” – Other intern
So Blair was back at W magazine and everything’s great except for the fact her supervisor, Epperly, was giving her crap for not being able to do 10 things in an hour. To Blair’s credit, she knew she was more capable than completing a checklist, so when Epperly found herself in a crisis to find a venue for Florence + The Machine to perform, Blair offered her assistance. Epperly shot her down by telling her to stick to making sure the post-it notes were dripping in her fuchsia-tights-under-shorts-in-winter saliva was dripping all over the office post-its instead. Suddenly, Blair realized that in addition to finding a venue for Epperly and proving her capabilities that way, she was going to solidify a great performance review by getting her supervisor laid. So Blair brought Epperly to Chuck’s apartment and convinced him to lend them The Palace for the magazine’s event. She also introduced Epperly to Nate, who dutifully whisked her upstairs to check out the view from the roof and virtually out of the episode entirely. While alone, Chuck and Blair realized they both needed each other’s help for the first time in a long while (or at least since “Love The Way You Lie” was a new song in the real world).
In order to try and keep his father’s company from being driven into the ground by Mr. Thorpe, Chuck spent the previous three days having sex with Raina, Mr. Thorpe’s daughter, in hopes that her attachment to Chuck would make her convince her father not to ruin his father’s work. But his days in bed with Raina weren’t affecting her perpetual meeting attendance in amethyst at all. So when Chuck and Blair were alone together, he asked why his efforts to make Raina fall for him weren’t working, and Blair said that instead of sleeping with her all day he should spend some time trying to form a connection with her, by perhaps bonding over an activity that’s mutually enjoyed. Blair asked if Chuck would consider helping her in alleviating all of Epperly’s tension before her performance review was submitted, but Chuck said he was too zonked out from being with Raina. So obviously, who was next in line for the role? None other than Nate, whose dead relationship with his convict father has left him with no agenda of his own and two inches from starting an Upper East Side plant planting business.
Okay, Charlies Angels reboot, groan, blah blah blah. I get it, and I sympathize. We need another version of an old TV show like Paris Hilton needs another chapstick full of cocaine in the security line at the airport, but like it or not, Charlie's Angels is on its way and it may have the three ladies it needs to continue.
The good news is, at least for the menfolk in the audience, that two mega-babes are inches away from locking the roles in the upcoming hour-long action drama for ABC. Friday Night Lights star Minka Kelly and Transformers bombshell Rachael Taylor are at the top of the list for the roles of Marisa and Abby and would join Annie Ilonzeh who's already been cast as Kate.
The Marisa role doesn't exactly fit for Kelly, but producers are changing the role to suit her, because as long as Derek Jeter doesn't mind sharing her, the people behind Charlie's Angels are sure she'll seal the deal to make the show a hit. Prior to any Kelly-centric changes, the role is described as a former U.S. Marine...say what now? Let me tell you something about the Marines, none of them look like Minka Kelly. NONE. Then again, Angels was never really known for its realism. She's also supposed to be a weapons and hand-to-hand combat expert and a complete neat freak. Yeah, try putting that on a Match.com profile. But once again, if you're Minka Kelly, you don't have to.
Taylor's role as Abby would have her as the youngest Angel and privileged daughter of a Wall Street swindler (look, we're so timely and relevant!). She'll have learned the con game from dear old daddy and as the cherry on top, she'll be an expert in the ways of Krav Maga.
I'm not saying it's going to be the best show out there, but they're combining nostalgia and hot girls which is probably the greatest television super weapon out there right now. But wait, does this mean the Farah Fawcett feathered hairstyle is coming back? I'm going to need a new hairdryer.
Notable Wednesday Box Office news: 'Tangled' on the cusp of $100 million at the domestic box office and 'Black Swan' continues to fill its 18 theaters.
First Place - Warner Bros.' 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1' - Mr. Potter gets his revenge with a first place finish on Wednesday after losing the weekend to Miss Rapunzel in 'Tangled. $1.129 million on Tuesday in 4,125 theatres with a domestic total approaching $250 million.
Second Place - Disney's 'Tangled' - $1.1 million in 3,603 theatres for Wednesday gives this PG-rated family favorite a strong second place finish and after 15 days of release the 3-D animated re-telling of Rapunzel has a domestic total of $98.98 million.
Third Place - Sony's 'Burlesque' - Cher and Christina dance their way into the third spot with $582,829 on Wednesday in 3.037 theaters and $28.8 million after 15 days in theatres the film has a domestic total of $28.2 million.
Daily Box Office Top 12 Movies for Wednesday, December 7, 2010:
Domestic Total1. Harry Potter 7
$28.8M4. Love and Other Drugs
$70.1M6. Due Date
$137.4M9. The Next Three Days
$19.0M10. Black Swan
$2.1M11. The Warrior's Way
$3.8M12. Morning Glory
*Wednesday daily box office numbers provided by Hollywood.com Box Office
"I think I lost like 20 pounds (9.1 kilograms), I mean I'm five (foot) three (inches) so it was pretty extreme." NATALIE PORTMAN endured a punishing diet and exercise regime to play a ballet dancer in new movie BLACK SWAN.
Knoxville was filming a tribute to stunt legend Evel Knievel when he tried to ride a motorcycle up a dirt hill. He lost control of the bike, which shot up in the air and landed on his crotch, tearing his urethra.
He's was bedridden for weeks, and has relied on a permanent catheter which empties his bladder ever since.
Now, three years later, he's still forced to carry a portable tube, which he inserts into his urethra daily to prevent scar tissue from forming.
He says, "I still have to catheter twice a day and it's been three years.
"I don't know how much longer I'm going to have to do it, it's a tube about 15 inches (38.1 centimetres) long and the size of a number two pencil. It's to keep the scar tissue from constricting down there. It's not a lot of fun but I think one day I can stop."
The sportsman, who has three kids with his ex-wife Kristin, became a dad for the fourth time last June (09) when Hansen gave birth to little Max, and the happy couple is expecting another arrival in October (10).
The star announced the news in a post on Twitter.com, creating a separate account for the new baby, which he has nicknamed Cinco Armstrong.
In a post on the baby's Twitter.com page, Armstrong writes, "I got 2 arms, 2 legs, a nickname, and I'm 2 inches long. See y'all in October... I'm now the size of a lemon, 3.5 inches long, and weigh 1.5 ounces. And oh yeah, I'm on Twitter."
Armstrong also confirms the news in a post on his own Twitter page, adding, "Getting (questions) today about someone I'm following, a certain Cinco Armstrong. What to say? Yet another blessing in our lives. I cannot wait!"
Armstrong has also given fans a clue about the new baby's name - the child's Twitter.com account is registered to JackOlivia.
The 32-year-old Clueless star passed away on 20 December (09) after suffering a cardiac arrest at her Hollywood Hills home.
Earlier this month (Feb10), the Los Angeles County Coroner's Office declared the actress' death accidental, listing community acquired pneumonia as the primary cause of death.
Anaemia and "multiple drug intoxication" were stated on the autopsy as contributing factors, and now officials have released the toxicology report, identifying all the drugs in her system.
The documents, released on Thursday (25Feb10), read: "Multiple medications were present in the blood, with elevated levels of hydrocodone, acetaminophen, and chlorpheniramine. L-methamphetamine was also present."
Murphy had been taking a number of prescription and over-the-counter medications in the weeks leading up to her death to treat what she believed was a bout of influenza.
The report continues, "It should be noted that the pattern of use of these medications suggest treatment of symptoms of a cold or other respiratory infection. Acetaminophen and hydrocodone are components of Vicodin. Chlorpheniramine is the active ingredient in some over-the-counter medications. L-methamphetamine is a component of some inhalers.
"The possible adverse physiological effects of elevated levels of these medications cannot be discounted, especially in her weakened state. Therefore the manner of death is accident."
Assistant Chief Coroner Ed Winter previously revealed Murphy could still be alive today if she had sought the advice and treatment of a doctor as soon as she fell ill last year (09).
He said, "This death could've been preventable. Murphy was planning on seeing a doctor, but she unfortunately passed away before she did. This was a case of a person with pneumonia who was anaemic, who was taking medication when she should've been getting medical treatment."
However, the report also stated that Murphy had "no history of alcohol or drug abuse" and was "slim but not excessively thin", despite weighing just 115 pounds (52 kilograms) and standing at five foot, three inches tall.
The 32-year-old Clueless star passed away on 20 December (09) after suffering a cardiac arrest at her Hollywood Hills home.
The Los Angeles County Coroner's Office declared the actress' death accidental, listing community acquired pneumonia as the primary cause of death.
The coroners' report, which was released on Thursday (04Feb10), stated anaemia and "multiple drug intoxication" were also contributing factors.
And Assistant Chief Coroner Ed Winter claims Murphy could still have been alive today if she had sought the advice and treatment of a medical professional as soon as she fell ill last year.
He tells People.com, "This death could've been preventable. Murphy was planning on seeing a doctor, but she unfortunately passed away before she did. This was a case of a person with pneumonia who was anaemic, who was taking medication when she should've been getting medical treatment."
Chief Investigator Craig Harvey reveals the actress, who stands at five foot, three inches (1.6 metres) tall, weighed just 115 pounds (52 kilograms) at the time of her death, adding, "(Murphy) wasn't the healthiest person in the world."
Murphy was only 32 when she died on 20 December (09) after suffering a cardiac arrest. The cause of death has been deferred pending toxicology test results.
Murphy's sudden passing sparked reports of drug abuse after pill bottles were found by officials at the couple's Hollywood Hills home.
Monjack reveals Murphy suffered from a heart valve condition called mitral valve prolapse, and only took medication to treat that and heavy cramps she suffered when she was on her period, adding, "If she'd taken cocaine, she would have died the same second."
In an interview with the Associated Press, Murphy's mother Sharon adds the actress was too scared to take drugs: "She would not take too much caffeine. She wouldn't even have a glass of champagne on New Year's. She was just high on life, and people see that as something else I guess."
The pair have also denied speculation the petite actress was suffering from an eating disorder - insisting she was a healthy weight when she died.
Monjack tells People magazine, "Go to the Chateau Marmont and speak to any waiter and ask how many plates of food she would go through in one sitting. Nonsense. I understand from the coroner she weighted 115 pounds when she died, and she was five foot three inches."
Monjack and his mother-in-law are planning a public Los Angeles-area memorial in February (10). They will also launch the Brittany Murphy Foundation, benefiting arts education for children in the near future.