Updated Sep 7, 2012 - 12:54 pm
Click Chick: Google Doodle celebrates 46 years of Star Trek
Have you seen today's Google Doodle celebrating 46 years of Star Trek? If you haven't you have to check it out. And make sure you click on the the instrument panels and the doors to the bridge because you might just be "transported" to some other place on the ship. Extra credit for the trekker crying on the transporter pad because he's most likely to be the first to be "phased out." There is a panel on the upper left in the transporter room scene that, when clicking it, rains Tribbles. If you then click on the pile of Tribbles, the pile grows. Hilarious. I used Google Chrome to get to the Interactive feature. My friend said he couldn't in play with it in IE8.
At last night's MTV's VMAs, a new trailer debuted for "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2." In this trailer, you can see Bella (actress Kristin Stewart) exercise her new vampire skills and tackle a cougar.
The Phoenix Film Critics Society chose no film for Pick of the Week. That means no films received an aggregate score of at least 7 out of 10. So I asked the society's president, David Ramsey, why. He mentioned "The Words" calling it: "Boring, stupid and it had no ending and you never develop a relationship any of the character that you should care about. Good acting though." Also opening is "For A Good Time Call." He said it's "female-centric and raunchy and kinda funny." It's about two mismatched roommates run a phone business. Because it's a raunchy comedy, you can figure out what that phone business is.
The Queen has a new app and it's for gin fans. I follow @Queen_UK on Twitter. It's not the real queen, because whoever is posting on it usually has a cheeky comment about it being Gin O'Clock. Well, now there's an app for that. It's a gin cocktail app. It helps you mix and share gin recipes.
Two funny people are separating. Will Arnett & Amy Poehler are calling it quits after 9 years together. A source says its very amicable. They have two young children.
Dan Gutman's "The Genius Files" kids' series will become a movie. CinemaBlend reports Warner Bros. has picked up the movie rights for it. How can you not like a series about a pair of twins named Coke and Pepsi McDonald?
Gayle Bass, The Click Chick