Jim Mullen's Hot Sheet for the week of May 21, 2004 | EW.com


Jim Mullen's Hot Sheet for the week of May 21, 2004

The 10 hottest topics for the week of May 21, 2004

Jim Mullen’s Hot Sheet for the week of May 21, 2004

1 AMBER & BOSTON ROB The Survivor loser is just after her money. Wake up, Amber! If Rupert had won, Rob would have proposed to him.

2 MICHAEL MOORE Disney has refused to distribute his anti-Bush film Fahrenheit 911. They probably won’t touch his next movie, Roasting Michael Eisner Over a Slow Fire, either.

3 DAYTIME EMMY AWARDS The consolation prize you get for not being good enough to be on TV during prime time.

4 $250 RUNNING SHOES Adidas has figured out what’s the matter with today’s running shoes. They don’t cost enough.

5 BREAKIN’ ALL THE RULES Jamie Foxx writes a book that teaches men how to break up. Asking your girlfriend to pick you up a copy while she’s out should do it.

6 TROY Brad Pitt stars as Achilles, the Greek hero with the trick heel. Based on Homer’s 2,800-year-old epic poem The Iliad. And The Terminator.

7 SUPER SIZE ME A documentary of what happens to a man who goes on a strict diet of fast food for a month. And for a limited time, get a free voodoo doll of the director with each Happy Meal.

8 LA-Z-BOY The recliner company has hired edgy fashion designer Todd Oldham to jazz up its line. Passing out in front of the tube has never been so chic.

9 A DAY WITHOUT A MEXICAN A movie asks the question, Could California survive if all its immigrants disappeared? First, who would be governor?

10 FAT MICE Scientists have found a drug that makes fat melt away on mice. So you no longer have to put them on the South Beach Diet.

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