NEW YORK (Sportsman’s Daily Wire Service) As much of a hands-on mom Melania is, her husband likes to get in plenty of quality time with their son Barron, too. Barron totally looks up to his father — so much so that Melania’s nickname for Barron is “Little Donald.” In that same interview, she went on to say that when Barron was 5 years old, “he wanted to be like daddy: a businessman and golfer.” But it seems as though Donald’s influence on Barron started even younger, as a former Trump butler Tony Senecal told Inside Edition, “When Barron was two-and-a-half years old I took his breakfast into him. He was sitting in his highchair and he looks at me and he said: ‘Tony! Sit down! We need to talk!'” Donald is equally as fond of his son, calling Barron a “fantastic young boy” in an interview with E! News last year. (more…)
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Scary Stuff. TV Host and Actor, Joel McHale (Top) and newly jacketed Masters champion, Danny Willett bearing a striking resemblance.
Lost in a dank, dusty warehouse in Studio City, California, a 16mm film is being restored. The holy grail of sitcom history has been unearthed. It’s all here in TSD AfterDark!
Our co-written effort, STONERVILLE certainly had it’s moments on the set with the likes of Phil “Jackie Chiles” Morris, Pauly Shore and the late Leslie Nielsen cracking wise. But movie leads Patrick Cavanaugh and Brian Guest seemed to have the most fun with outtakes like this. We give you, the CARGASM. Its in TSD AfterDark.
BOCA RATON (Sportsman’s Daily Wire Service) It’s not often we break from sports on this website – but Nation, our voice must be heard.
We really have no idea what James Franco was on Sunday night when he co-hosted the Oscars with Anne Hathaway, but whatever it was, pass it to the guy on your left, not us. We prefer a dry martini or at least weed that doesn’t make you act like a total asshole.
Franco seemed as out of place as Paris Hilton cracking wise with Norm Crosby at a Friars Club luncheon.
In a tradition that boasts stalwarts like Bob Hope, Johnny Carson and Billy Crystal, its sobering to consider the hosts of the Academy Awards in recent years have been hit and miss – mostly miss. And speaking of miss, if this kind of piss poor hosting continues, we plan on missing it all together next year. (more…)
Next Tuesday, January 11, 2011 Screen Media Pictures will release the frat boy comedy, STONERVILLE. It will mark the iconic actor and comedy legend, Leslie Nielsen‘s final appearance on screen. Nielsen passed away on November 28, 2010.
TSD’s Tom Alexander and veteran writer/producer Kevin Sepe wrote the film. It was directed by longtime TV director Bill Corcoran.
The story follows comedian and self-proclaimed viral video king Troy “Slam” Slamsky, who wants to make it big in mainstream advertising, but his sense of humor and frequent pot use aren’t exactly in sync with the stuffy suits he meets. Things only get worse when a disastrous attempt to impress an executive results in Slam losing both his job and his girlfriend. He finds new inspiration in Erica, a smokin’ hottie who is a fan of his viral videos. Stonerville is a hilarious comedy about living online, getting high, and growing up—though not necessarily in that order!
Besides Nielsen, the film also stars Patrick Cavanaugh, Pauly Shore, Phil Morris, Cameron Goodman, Alex Mauriello and Brian Guest.
I had intentions of writing a commentary on the coup that Phillies’ GM Ruben Amaro pulled off just before midnight on Monday in re-obtaining Cliff Lee to add to an already stacked pitching rotation. The urge to rip Yankees fans is unavoidable – sorry. However, the lowly Mets are my favorite target. Seems Seth McFarlane and the Family Guy staff created the perfect scenario for Mets fans.
It was the late 70’s and Reggie Jackson was the toast of New York, much to Billy Martin’s chagrin. While Billy got his own bottle opener, Reggie upped him by getting his own candy bar. They weren’t on a par with Snickers or Baby Ruth, but not horrible. In fact, I’m kind of jonesin’ for one now.
MIAMI (Special to Sportsman’s Daily) You may recall a couple of weeks ago when the site was buzzing as this Charles Charles McGalls character had issued a challenge to NBA superstar Dwyane Wade in a one on one street basketball game. Play to ten, by ones, gotta win by two.
It went off.
Here is the result.