ROLL CALL: Eric Stoltz As ‘Back To The Future’s’ Marty McFly!
First Published: October 12, 2010 1:42 PM EDT Credit: Universal Pictures
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McStoltz Revealed!: Before Michael J. Fox played “Back to the Future’s” Marty McFly, Eric Stoltz was cast as the character for five weeks until director Robert Zemeckis decided he wasn’t bringing the comedy needed for the part. And now, finally, footage of Eric as Marty has been revealed! The unseen and much talked about clips will be featured on the “Back to the Future 25th Anniversary Trilogy” coming out on Blu-Ray on October 26. See a clip of Eric and Doc Brown, HERE – Warning… our geeky childhood memories have just been turned upside down!
Kim Zolciak Put On Blast By New “Real Housewife”: GASP! “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Kim Zolciak is being called out for her singing abilities!? “I don’t even know why she sings,” Kim’s new co-star, Cynthia Bailey, told Us Weekly on Monday. “She has no talent!” Cynthia, we’d like to remind you of Kim’s stellar new viral hit song, “Google Me,” which you’ve obviously never heard! If this isn’t talent, then we don’t know what is!
Taylor Swift’s New Taylor Lautner Song?: In better singing news, Taylor Swift has dropped a new song, “Back to December,” from her upcoming album, “Speak Now.” The New York Post’s PopWrap is questioning if this is the Taylor Swift/Taylor Lautner break-up jam (the couple reportedly stopped seeing each other last December) we’ve all been waiting for? Take a listen, HERE, and decide for yourself!
Vanilla Ice Infects FOX News: There are so many reasons (in Roll Call’s humble opinion) to be weary of cable news channels, but Politico.com might have finally found one little reason to stop hating on the “fair and balanced” Fox News Channel. Check out what happened when two “FOX and Friends” anchors had an “Ice Off” to Vanilla’s Ice’s “Ice Ice Baby.” Word to your mother, indeed!
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