Friday from 7:00 am to noon at Best Buy, get the Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace 2-DVD for $14.99. Friday and Saturday only at Best Buy, get both Office Space and The Princess Bride on DVD for $11.99 each and save $5.
All day Friday at Circuit City, every CD is on sale for $9.99 each. Friday and Saturday only at Circuit City, get 10% off all XBox and Gamecube games. Oh and get Traffic on DVD for $10.99 and Spaceballs on DVD for $7.99.
Britney Spears, George Michael and Elton John are among those who won't get the chance to kiss the Pope's ring since the three have been snubbed from performing at next month's Christmas at the Vatican. According to one Vatican source, his Holiness considers the pop princess' image to be too sexy, while the public image of Michael and John is considered to be too gay. What century are we in again? Oh yeah – Ray Charles has been given the go-ahead to perform. The Pope, by the way, has nothing against blind people. Other artists who have been given the Papal nod to perform at the December 15th concert include The Cranberries, featuring the very unsexy and ungay singer Dolores O'Riordan and Dire Straits frontman Mark Knopfler.
One shot at fame just isn't enough for *NSYNC's Justin Timberlake, who's been cast as a young Elton John in John's new video for "This Train Don't Stop There Any More." The 70s-inspired clip focuses on Justin backstage at a concert venue while he performs the song on his way to the dressing room. Perhaps more interesting than the *NSYNC star's role is the fact that Paul Reubens, better known as the artist formerly known as Pee-Wee Herman, plays the young Elton's manager in the video. This is the second time that John has enlisted major celebs to portray himself in a video. For the "I Want Love" clip, Robert Downey Jr. lip-synched his way through the song's lyrics.