Even Page Six Is Telling Anthony Weiner "It's Time To Pull Out" (Plus Bonus Bill Murray)

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Even Page Six Is Telling Anthony Weiner "It's Time To Pull Out" (Plus Bonus Bill Murray)

By Agent Bedhead | Pajiba Love | July 26, 2013 | Comments ()


Rosamund Pike has been announced for the role of the role of “Amazing Amy” in Gone Girl (Dustin was correct, she couldn’t resist the Fincher). Supposedly, Neil Patrick Harris and Tyler Perry are being considered for supporting roles. Tyler Perry? (Vulture)

Prince Harry will totally be the fun uncle. He’s the one who will feed Prince George Alexander Louis beets and send him home to his doting parents. Also, vodka. (DListed)

A new promotional photo — featuring Charlotte Gainsbourg (who looks great) and Shia LaBeouf (who does not look great) — for Lars Von Trier’s Nymphomaniac has surfaced. I would have posted the photo here but just don’t have the heart. (Film School Rejects)

Instead of a Shia sex pic, here’s a nifty infographic that illustrates internet activity, including 278,000 tweets & $83,000 in sales at Amazon, every sixty seconds. (Kotaku)


Would you believe that Blur’s “Song #2” (their most commercially successful ditty, of course) was written less than half an hour? Of course you’d believe it, and there’s also a Bowie song that was written in record time as well. (Mental Floss)

Paula Deen is still a revolting specimen of humanity. She made her black cook dress up as Aunt Jemima. (Warming Glow)

Samantha Geimer, otherwise known as “Roman Polanski’s 13-year-old rape victim,” has published her memoir. Feel free to judge this book by its cover all you want. (Celebitchy)

Hugh Jackman is trying to convince us that he has sex as Wolverine. His wife is totally backing up the story too, but they’re joking, right? Maybe. (Videogum)


Now for the moment that at least a few people (someone?) has been waiting for all week. Click through for the uncensored Anthony Weiner/Carlos Danger wang photos. Slightly disappointing? (Gawker)

Even Huma Abedin’s pals are saying that it’s time for Weiner to “pull out,” “withdraw,” and otherwise leave the race. (Page Six)

The price of the average movie ticket has jumped from $7.96 in 2012 to $8.38 in 2013. That’s twice the leap from 2011-2012. Let’s hear it for Sunday morning early-bird specials. (Slashfilm)

Dating in Los Angeles sounds like a real buzzkill. Unless you’re into that gourmet coffee and shit. (Buzzfeed)


Some enterprising soul has made a video containing every movie reference ever made in “The Simpsons.” (Uproxx)

It seems fitting that a “Star Wars vs. Game of Thrones” meme would take over the internet. Here’s a selection of the best graphics of the bunch. (Unreality)

Cate Blanchett never fails to look amazing. She can wear absolutely anything and get away with it. (Go Fug Yourself)

Finally, here’s a supercut of “SNL” actors breaking character. The first sketch features Bill Murray! Naturally, Jimmy Fallon is the worst repeat offender of this video.

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  • Wiener's wife could defuse the whole situation if she'd just say, "Yeah, I knew he was doing it. I'm cool with it."

  • Haystacks

    $8.38? LOL. I can't get anything under $11.25 (matinee) in San Francisco

  • marya

    I need some clarification on that infographic. Which slice of the pie contains all the porn?

  • They had to use an entire other graphic for that. It's more of a hair-pie chart, really.

  • $27019454

    I said godDAMN!!

  • PDamian

    On the subject of ticket prices: the movie theatre in my area (one 17-screen multiplex, and I have to travel to the Twin Cities if I want to see an independent film, dammit) charges $6.50 for seniors. "Senior" is 55 years and older. I have six years to go before I can see a film without wincing at the ticket counter, and by the time those six years are up, the ticket price for seniors will be the price of regular admission today ($10.00). Something tells me I'll be watching a lot of TV in my old age.

  • llp

    Yeah.... I live in northern Canada, and it is $13 for 3D and $11-12 for non-3D.

  • Sara_Tonin00

    I feel no pity for you. I live in NYC. Ticket prices start around $12 here. DMX? 3D? That's around $17. The kids/senior prices Fandango lists for regular movies are $11.50 (I assume that includes its service charge).

    Matinees are only the very first showing of the day, which could be 9:30 in the morning.

  • Don Juan de Markup

    I like the fact that he uses forced perspective to make his schlong look bigger than his entire leg while keeping both in focus. That right there tells you everything you need to know about him. I personally hope the New Yorkers vote him into office because he'll make Clinton look like a Trappist monk.

  • Around here, we never get anything that's out on limited release, and we often get new releases after everyone else.

    However, there's more than one theater with a $4.25 or less matinee.

    I don't know whether to bitch or brag, to be honest.

  • lillie

    Tyler Perry??? Huh? That can't be right. I was okay with Ben Affleck, even NPH. But NO NO NO to Tyler Perry.

  • lillie

    Oh. Reading further, I see that NPH and Perry are being considered for the role of Desi, not Nick. Affleck has already been cast as Nick. There is no way he looks five years younger than Pike, but other than that, I'm okay with him as Nick. NPH would be an interesting choice for Desi.

  • Sherry

    Tyler Perry as Desi??? I think my brain just broke...

  • Al Borland's Beard

    I haven't seen the Anthony Weiner pics, but oddly enough there was an ad for the smallest and lightest Canon camera yet underneath the header.

  • Batesian

    Even when breaking character, Phil Hartman is the best.

  • Classic

    Seriously? Tyler Perry. Please please please no

  • firedmyass

    This is a valid statement regardless of context.

  • erich

    Once Jimmy Fallon admitted that he and Horatio Sanz broke character on purpose, I lost a metric buttload of respect for him. Serious dick move.

  • kirbyjay

    I read in the original Saturday Night Live book that when Lorne Michaels and the writers were putting together the first shows they were dead set against anyone breaking character in the Carol Burnett Show tradition. He felt it was cheap and took the audience out of the scene. Kinda weird that Fallon thought it was ok.

  • Sara_Tonin00

    Human Abedin

    Is that an autocorrect?

    OF COURSE Page 6 is telling Weiner to pull out - it's the Post.

    I never really understand why you link to something like Warming Glow/Uproxx for their version of a story published in the NY Times (or some other magazine/paper) and don't just link to the original story? Especially since it becomes a game of sensationalistic telephone.

    I love the Star Wars/GOT...I think the Jabba one is my favorite.

  • BWeaves

    Nora Charles: It says you were shot 5 times in the Post.

    Nick Charles: Nonsense, I wasn't shot anywhere near my Post.

    At least, that's how I remember it. I looked it up and it went like this:

    Nick Charles: I'm a hero. I was shot twice in the Tribune.

    Nora Charles: I read where you were shot 5 times in the tabloids.

    Nick Charles: It's not true. He didn't come anywhere near my tabloids.

  • TherecanbeonlyoneAdmin

    Probably nothing to do with the publisher of this site being editor... head writer?... human waste basket?... of the other site.

  • Bert_McGurt

    Missing from the short song list (not surprisingly) - Leonard Cohen. Apparently "Hallelujah" took many years to write, and has EIGHTY potential verses.

    That link is not working correctly, by the way.

  • PaddyDog

    Cohen has said many times in interviews that he takes an average of a year per song, sometimes a lot more. He reworks every single word painstakingly and focuses on the words much more than the music, not surprising for someone who started off as a poet.

  • BWeaves

    I think "Splish Splash, I was taking a bath" took about 10 minutes to write.

  • Sherry

    "Tyler Perry?" Suddenly, I have a horrific image of him dressed as Madea to play Nick's twin sister...

  • lowercase_ryan

    Wasn't Song #2 written as kind of a joke? Intentional gibberish lyrics to show how silly the music industry is? Thought I heard that somewhere.

  • Bert_McGurt

    Not sure about "Song #2", but "Hook" by Blues Traveller is a spot-on parody/homage of a formulaic pop song.


  • Hook is brilliant. One of the few songs I've actually memorized the chord progressions for and will pull out if someone sticks an acoustic in my hand.

    And it's not like you couldn't tell Song 2 took no time to put together...it's one freakin' riff.

  • Bert_McGurt

    Am G C D, if I remember correctly?

  • Amazon is the Bill Murray of companies. They can do a Garfield for a quarter or a year and the market still loves them.

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