David Tennant Gleefully Performing "I Would Walk (500 Miles)" with the Cast and Crew of "Doctor Who" Is My Spirit Animal
After watching Fast and Furious 6, I did the math over the weekend and, assuming that the runway was the longest in the world (3 miles), I calculated based on the length of the scene that they were traveling approximately 9 m.p.h. Vulture did a different, more sensible calculation in trying to discern the length of the runway. (Hint: It's long) (Vulture)
Mischa Barton liiiiivvves. (GoFugYourself)
Many of expressed concern with Portia de Rossi's new face in season four of "Arrested Development" (though, as Joanna points out, far fewer have been concerned with the transformation of Steve Holt), but was the transformation intentional? (The Daily Beast)
Fascinating: Someone has gender reversed the cast of Lord of the Rings and then dream casted the gender-reversed roles. GeeeEEEEeeeks. (Unreality)
Despite Hangover III, Mark Harris is calling Bradley Cooper the smartest star in Hollywood, and I'm not one to disagree with that assessment. (Grantland)
This list of the 10 sexiest Star Wars characters contains some surprises (to me, at least, because aliens just don't do it for me). (Underscoopfire)
If you want to go ahead and mark your calendars, Pixar has set its release scheduled through 2018. (Slashfilm)
Speaking of which, here's the full-length trailer for Pixar's Cars spin-off, Planes, which was supposed to be direct-to-DVD but is now going the theatrical route because MONEY. (FSR)
That trailer post was writted by Kate Erbland, who is among this list of 15 Great Female Film Critics, which contains some great voices, though I'm assuming it doesn't count Joanna Robinson among them only because her review output doesn't meet some minimum threshold because otherwise BOOoooooOOOOOO. (Flavorwire)
What does one Justin Bieber do when confronted by an angry former football player pissed off because Bieber was speeding through his neighborhood? Bieber runs, of course. Like the little b*tch he is. (Celebitchy)
Fans of this season of "Arrested Development" will enjoy Josh Kurp's sacrifice: He ate a parmesan and mustard combination for JOURNALISM. (WG)
Brad Pitt is just a "self-employed Dad." We're the ... same. (Videogum)
Do NOT click on this gallery of baby ducks. Don't. Do not. It's a secret Internet wormhole into Planet Adorable. (Buzzfeed)
Yes, this video is two years old, and yet, somehow I missed it the first time around, and I'm certain that many of you must have, too. And you know what? THERE'S NOT STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS ON GLEE. This is the cast and crew of the Tennant-era "Doctor Who" performing The Proclaimer's "500 Miles" as part of their wrap party. It is glorious. This video is magic.
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