WWE Studios' latest film, horror film "No One Lives", which features Brodus Clay in a supporting role, will have a limited theatrical run this weekend. The film stars Luke Evans and was directed by Ryuhei Kitamura, who directed Godzilla: Final Wars and the feature film adaption of Clive Barker's Midnight Meat Train.
WWE Hall of Famers Jim Ross and Gerald Brisco will be doing a talent evaluation camp the weekend of 7/12 in Waterloo, Iowa as part of the Thesz/Tragos Museum Hall of Fame induction ceremonies. Registration begins today and the cost of the evaluation is $200.00. All proceeds will go to benefit the Dan Gable Museum and the George Tragos/Lou Thesz Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame. In order to be considered, talents will have to send a resume including a picture and the following information: Height, Age, name of trainer, and brief list of career highlights to WRESSHOW@YAHOO.COM. The evaluation is open to both men and women. Among those being honored at this year's Hall of Fame ceremony are Adam "Edge" Copeland, George Napolitano, Ric Flair and many others.
At this year's Revolver Golden Gods Awards, Triple H won the ‘Most Metal Athlete’ award. Chris Jericho again hosted the ceremony.
WWE is playing their Brock Lesnar and CM Punk DVDs this month on InDemand PPV. Next month, they will play the NWO: Revolution DVD documentary.
Bodybuilding.com featured an interview with Dwayne Johnson and Mark Wahlburg to promote "Pain and Gain" at this link. Thanks to Steve Wright.