It's so nice to see young marrieds on the same, totally insane page. Taking a foolhardy cue from wife Madonna, Guy Ritchie has decided to defy general critical opinion and proceed with a sequel to his much-reviled latest film, Revolver. The first film apparently made money in its first weekend of release, so he might even get someone to back it. But both of Revolver's fans will have to wait – Ritchie says he's planning to make a comedy first. Nope, not Knights of Malta, but insteadsome knid of "twist on the reality TV culture of today, about a women who hires a billboard with her name on it and gets famous." He says this without a hint of a reference to It Should Happen to You, the 1954 George Cukor film starring Judy Holliday and Jack Lemmon, which, long before the "reality TV culture of today", had the exact same plot. Is it possible Ritchie's never seen it, and/or doesn't even know that it exists?

Well, *anything* is possible with these two – as the other big Madonna-centric story of the day proves. Maddy's new tour documentary, I Want to Tell You a Secret, is premiering here in New York tomorrow night at the Ziegfeld theater, before starting a run Friday night on MTV, and Drudge is quoting an excerpt in which the former Material Girl spouts off on the evils within the material world. Okay, now, imagine her saying this in that fake British accent we've come to know and reliably laugh at: "The material world. The physical world. The world of illusion, that we think is real. We live for it, we're enslaved by it. And it will ultimately be our undoing." Oh, and by the way? "Most priests are gay."

And here at Cinematical Headquarters, we simultaneously cancel our Friday night plans in order to live blog that documentary the first time it airs.
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