There's..... almost never a dull moment tuning into Jason and Alexis or Lori and Julia show - even if one doesn't give a bleep about celebrity news and gossip. Jason and Alexis were havin' a ball early last week at the expense of Hollywood directors who just couldn't bring it together and stun the public. They were going on about movies which earned worst something-or-other - screenplay, picture, directing, actor or supporting actor, etc. The Twilight finale won with 11 Razzies for 2013, followed by Adam Sandler's "That's My Boy," Rhiana's "Battleship," and Eddie Murphy's "A Thousand Words." Those were some of the Razzies awards for worst movies. Read more from the Huff Post article.
This was all on the Jason and Alexis show. What was more interesting is when Jason admitted to getting a "life-changing" note from a fan - a woman left a note in his mail box that said "I want an apartment and a cat, please." Matheson vowed on the show to move mountains if he had to, but make it happen for his fan and that this note makes him feel "complete" and he's ready to quit his job. He was simply going for a dramatic touch, but was nonetheless unexpected to hear those words. There was nothing else on the note, so he was hoping to get the lady to email him and help him find her - at least for an on-air interview. He didn't make any outrageous promises - just a modest, but comfortable condo, nothing luxury. Whether he would buy it entirely on his savings or help her buy it with some support from Jason was unclear.
The next show after their was Lori and Julia's. They'd squabbled over which of them has a "problem" with Jessica Lange. Lori claimed Julia didn't greet her properly on the last red carpet they were on. Julia defended herself in saying that Lori, she believed, had a personal problem with her and Julia was only supporting a friend. Since it was impossible to catch what the problem ultimately was - let's assume they're over it now. Nonetheless, it was another fascinating bit on the program - left me wanting more. It wasn't much unlike the Mariah-Nikki feud on Idol, just - Lori and Julia have worked closely for many years, so it's fun to see them disagree. It doesn't create tension, it's rather entertaining.
Another fascinating topic covered on Lori and Julia that day was on Stephen Soderberg - he wants to, apparently, make a movie about Liberace; Matt Daemon would play the lover. Yet, no one would give them money 'cause they (movie production companies) didn't think they'd sell a movie w/that much man-on-man touching. Supposedly, it would've been more of this than in Brokeback Mountain. Lori and Julia were audibly surprised. This was only to be a movie on Liberace's life, at any rate. Michael Douglas plays Liberace. The movie will air on HBO, instead.