He loves me, he loves me not…find out when He’s Just Not That Into Youis based on the wildly popular bestseller from Sex and the City scribes Greg Behrendt and Liz Tuccillo, He’s Just Not That Into You tells the stories of a group of interconnected, Baltimore-based twenty- and thirty-somethings as they navigate their various relationships.
To celebrate the release of the Monty Python collection to iTunes, filmmaker Will Yapp created Why I Love Monty Python.
The documentary featuresinterviews with top American comedy creators like Judd Apatow, Paul Rudd, David Hyde Pierce, as well as “South Park” creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone (I don’t know if I believe Trey and Matt, though), about their love of Python and how the British sketch comedy show influenced their lives and creations.
Monty Python fans rejoice! After years of protracted hand-wringing and much deliberation, iTunes has launched the Monty Python iTunes Store including five of the comedy troupe’s films (including Monty Python and the Holy Grail ) as well as all 45 episodes of their comedy sketch show Monty Python’s Flying Circus, available for purchase.
Along with Holy Grail are other Python classics, Monty Python’s The Meaning of Life and Monty Python’s Life of Brian, plus their 1982 live performance Monty Python: Live At The Hollywood Bowl and Terry Gilliam’s Jabberwocky, the medieval comedy. The Flying Circus television series is available in several variations.
Fox is reaching even more viewers as the fourth television network to offer hit shows for download on Apple’s very successful iTunes. On Thursday, Fox confirmed the actuality of this deal.
Fox said Thursday it has become the fourth television network to offer hit shows for download at iTunes. On Sept. 9, Apple landed ABC, CBS and NBC shows for HD downloads at iTunes. Since then, 1 million episodes have sold for $2.99 per episode, as opposed to 200 million episodes for $1.99 apiece in standard definition.
Shows viewers can download from Fox over iTunes include “Bones,” “House,” “Sons of Anarchy” and “Prison Break.” Those shows join such titles as “Lost” and “Desperate Housewives” from ABC, “Heroes” and “Knight Rider” from NBC and CBS’ “NCIS” and “Numbers.”
Of the 30,000 TV episodes and 2,500 movies sold at iTunes, 600 of the titles are available in HD, Apple said. ITunes customers have proven they love watching television on their computer, iPod, iPhone and TV with Apple TV
Disney-ABC Television Group announced a completely redesigned SOAPnet.com, the new home of celebrity and TV drama. In addition to covering the world of daytime, the new site, which launched recently in a beta version, expands its focus to include coverage of entertainment, stars, pop culture, and beauty and fashion news in an informed, engaging editorial style.
Because of the re-launch of SOAPnet.com, Screenhead is teaming up to host a Giveaway. The prizes include Marc Jacobs’ wallets, Barney’s Gift Cards ($25), Pinkberry Gift Cards ($15), and iTunes Gift Cards ($15).
Post your name and I will draw the winner Friday August 29, 2008. Good luck!