I'm in the middle of rewatching Sports Night on DVD and got to wondering what co-star Felicity Huffman's Star Bond was doing. This is an actress, after all, who gets pretty consistent praise from critics and has been in some good movies (as well as currently starring on Desperate Housewives). So I was extremely disappointed to find her bond is labeled "inactive" and doesn't have any trading activity since October, 2001. What makes it even weirder, as Editor Karina points out, is that Huffman won the Best Actress award at the Tribeca Film Festival just two months ago for her role in Transamerica. Guess we'll have to wait for trading to resume when Houswives: The Movie gets greenlit. Too bad.

Speculation as to how X-Men 3 will fair must be good since the movie's stock is up 4.41 points to $116.65 on volume of almost three million shares at midday. I wasn't really interested in tracking this one right now but saw that the bond for Aaron Stanford, who played Pyro on the second installment, was featured at the top of the Star Bond chart and wondered who the heck Aaron Stanford was. His bond is relatively unchanged, moving up only half-a-point today, so it seems his placement there had more to do with the movement of X-3 than any speculation as to his role in the sequel.

Why has the bond for Sean Astin dropped a 1.5 points this morning? It may have something to do with the down trend the Goonies 2 stock is on. The sequel to the 1985 hit is the subject of frequent speculation, especially now that Sean Astin is identifiable after the success of the Lord of the Rings trilogy but, as ever, there's nothing that's been announced. Still, with no other high-profile movies on his plate it seems odd Astin's price would be tied that directly to the future of this one movie.