Love Stalker: The Perfect Love Story For a City Like St. Louis

_[Editor’s Note: For context, this was part of our impromptu “Animated GIF Week“]_ We’ve been tracking the locally filmed Love Stalker movie for over a year now after we interviewed the two writer/directors Matt Glasson (who also stars in the movie) and Bowls MacLean, and while they’ve been doing the festival circuit, we finally got a chance to check out the whole film. First off, it’s wonderfully shot (in our amateur opinion) and there’s some decent boob (in our professional opinion), so if you’re in to cinematography and/or boobs, there you go. [Read More]

Can You Feel the Teenage Angst?!: Zac Efron Hits St. Louis

Eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeekkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk!

Zac Efron, the star of the famous High School Singy Song Show With Chicks That Are Way to Hot to be In Disney Movies Music (or whatever) movie series, is coming to St. Louis tomorrow to show his new, non-signing movie Charlie St. Cloud.

You might be asking yourself “Why would he do that?”

We don’t know.

Oh wait yes we do. Someone won a contest or something.

The 22-year-old _Charlie St. Cloud_actor will be heading to St. Louis, Missouri NEXT Wednesday, July 21 to premiere his flick with the winner of the nationwide hometown screening contest — Jerry Sanoval, 43.

Ha. No, we’re kidding. The winner’s name is Emily Johnson. Having a pervy 43 year old dude win would be far more funny though.

Other situations that would make this more funny include: Some sort of cream pie gag, several rubber chickens attending the show somehow and Zac bringing girlfriend and co-star Vanessa Hudgens over to our place to keep her company while he’s at the premiere.

The last one is funny because we would be like “Whoa that actually happened. That’s funny.” The rest of it wouldn’t be “funny” pre se.

via JustJared

Click through the jump to see Vanessa if you aren’t familiar with her talents.

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St. Louis Salon Owner Suing Hollywood Studio, and Her Lawyer Pretty Clearly Hates Her

Remember forever ago when a script for those sissy vampire movies “New Moon” and whatever the next one is was found in a Loop dumpster behind some salon? Well, that happened. Trust me. The next part is that the salon owner found it and did the nice thing by giving it back to the studio. The studio was so happy it gave her tickets to both movie premieres, and the salon owner was so greatful that she went to one that then decided to sell the other ticket on e-bay. [Read More]

Rich Guy Toys With Science Center

According to St. Louis Public Radio KWMU some crazy rich guys is playing sport with a sack full of money and the Science Center a la “Brewster’s Millions” or “The Most Dangerous Game” The St. Louis Science Center has launched an end-of-the-year fund-raising push in order to secure $500,000 from a long-time supporter. The museum must raise the same amount by December 31st. Science Center president Doug King says the museum has received similar challenge grants in the past, but they have been limited to specific projects. [Read More]

Steven Jackson Loves Ernest Movies

We love it! Rams running back Steven Jackson tweeted out his love for “Ernest Saves Christmas” while hanging out at teammate Mike Karney’s house last night: Do we love this so much because we can’t think of a better celebrity pairing than Steven Jackson and the late Jim Varney, or just because its nice to know SJ39 can take a moment and forget what team he plays for? Answer: Both. [Read More]

The RFT Previews <i>Up in the Air</i>

From The Riverfront Times blog DailyRFT about the recently St. Louis-filmed George Clooney flick: The first local press screening of the Jason Reitman/George Clooney film Up In the Air — perhaps the most eagerly anticipated movie in St. Louis since that flick about the World’s Fair — happened this morning at the Tivoli in the Delmar Loop. While we’ve been asked by the PR company to withhold any reviews or features until the theatrical release in December, it can’t hurt to share a few first impressions with you, loyal Daily RFT readers. [Read More]

Not Quite a Retraction. More of an Addition.

Yesterday, when talking about Chris File appearing in the Up in the Air trailer, we said this, emphasis mine: Is that Chris Files, host of The Toast which is the diamond in the rough that is ToastedRav.com, in the new Up in the Air trailer walking behind star George Clooney? We forgot to mention that Chris isn’t the only diamond in the rough! He has a buddy left in those charred remains of a media experiment: Their movie critic Roger Qbert! [Read More]

Chris Files Walks Behind George Clooney

Is that Chris Files, host of The Toast which is the diamond in the rough that is ToastedRav.com, in the new Up in the Air trailer walking behind star George Clooney? It sure is! Things are looking good for Files to make it in to the final cut of the movie when it drops November 13th which is pretty cool…I’m sure it wasn’t as much of a thrill as it was working with me doing Don’t Puke videos, but still, pretty exciting. [Read More]

The ‘Up In The Air’ Trailer Drops

George Clooney came to town and filmed it, and you probably know at least two people that made it as an extra (and about four others that tried) and now its finally getting close to hitting the big screens. The Up In The Air trailer is here so now the world can see Lambert Airport in all its …um…glory! …wait, this isn’t a movie about the worst airport ever that takes place in the 70’s? [Read More]

5 Links From Around The Lou

ByronCrawford.com has a summary of the second episode of “The Real World: Brooklyn”. Wait. Is the big secret this season that everyone’s teh ghey on some level or another? Mayor Slay confesses he actually moonlights as an Arch Rival Roller Girl. St. Louis Daily Photo has people whacking ice with big hammers. St. Louis Beacon has all the inauguration coverage you could ever want! StlToday.com thinks you should go to see a movie that has Paris Hilton in it. [Read More]