Daily Wrap-Up 8.23.07

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Posted August 23, 2007 - By Stephen Johnson

Here's a day of TheFeed, all summed up for ya!

  • NBC is bringing back schlock-fest American Gladiators as a mid-season replacement
  • Paramount reportedly received $150 million in "incentives" to make sure their movies would be HD-DVD.
  • According to FiringSquad.com, Sony will not be attending the E for All Expo.
  • A petition is circulating to save the PT Cruiser.
  • Wu Tang Clan’s GZA has apparently asked Wu-affiliate Killah Priest to record an entire collaboration album together.
  • A British company is working on a system that will allow them to add tracking devices to school uniforms.
  • London police arrested a 12-year-old boy and charged him with assault for throwing a sausage at a pensioner.
  • Check out the video of the Blazing Angels demo. Schweeet!
  • According to the San Jose Mercury News, you might want to wait to pick up a 360.
  • Check out these brand new Project Gotham screenshots.
  • MySpace and MTV announced today that they have joined forces for a series of "one-on-one dialogues" with the major presidential candidates from both political parties.
  • The latest rumor on the Justice League movie front is that it may be a CG motion capture film ala The Polar Express.
  • The Chinese auto industry has copied the most American of all American autos, the Humvee.
  • Sources close to rock vets The Rolling Stones says their current tour, the Bigger Bang worldwide trek, Will be the band’s last


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