It’s the (expletive)ing weekend, everybody! We hope everyone gets (expletive)d up and has a (expletive)ing good time. Here’s your (expletive)ing round-up:
F*ck Yeah! Steve Anderson’s documentary of America’s Favorite F-Word is showing tonight at Landmark’s Nuart Theater. On his Web site, Anderson explains his motivation for making a documentary about dirty word: “In movies, ‘Fuck has always been a supporting player. We’re giving ‘Fuck’ the starring role here.”
F*ck No! The more-in-shape-than-we-are kids at Franklin Ave. are planning a group walk down Wilshire from LA to Santa Monica next weekend– Mike Schneider says it’s inspired by K-Rod’s book. We think they’re trying to goad other bloggers to get off our fat butts.
F*ck Me! If you’re hightailing it out of town this weekend, beware: Bruce Willis is going to make you late to the airport.
Access to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) impacted by movie filming Nov. 4-19; expect heavy delays.
Locations affected by this alert: CA – Los Angeles
This Alert began Nov 02, 2006 18:14 GMT and is scheduled to expire Nov 20, 2006 23:59 GMT.
A major motion picture will be filming at roads near Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) beginning Nov. 4, tying up airport traffic with road closures. Filming of the movie “Live Free or Die Hard” will take place throughout November, causing the heaviest delays during the pre-Thanksgiving weekend travel rush. Road closures will begin Nov. 4-5 and continue Nov. 8-12, 18 and 19.
* Imperial Highway between Aviation Boulevard and Nash Street in both directions between 0900 and 1600. The westbound lanes will be closed until 1900.
* Eastbound Century (105) Freeway between La Cienega and Sepulveda Boulevards and the freeway connectors from the 105 East to 405 North and South from 0600 to 1830.
* Westbound 105 on an unannounced, rolling basis. Westbound 105 will be completely closed on Nov. 12, from 0500 to 0700. Drivers will be diverted one mile on northbound Aviation Boulevard to westbound Century Boulevard to enter the airport.
On Saturdays throughout the month, about 300 to 350 construction trucks working on LAX renovations will be diverted to Sepulveda Boulevard, clogging traffic even more.