Even the Luminous, Charming Mila Kunis Is No Match for That Sexpot Judi Dench
If you loved Mila Kunis charming her way through the interview with the awkward British journalist, watch her charm her way through an interview with a the less awkward but equally disarming Graham Norton, but even she is no match for THE DENCH (starting at the 19:00 mark)
No, I don't know why this mash-up of "Call Me Maybe" and "Head Like a Hole" by Nine Inch Nails exists or why I think you have to listen to it. But it does. And you do. If only to join me in my confusion. You guys, I... I don't hate it. (Animal)
A child in Mississippi has been cured of HIV, which could lead to major developments in the fight against HIV and AIDS. (NPR)
If you're one of those people that has a hard time choosing between two outfits as well as a flair for the dramatic, don't settle for one dress when you can wear two. These transformer dresses are frickin' cool. They probably come in handy when you're a sultry spy in need of a really quick disguise or just if you spill mustard on the outer one. (Fashionably Geek)
Dust off your Jake Johnson and Damon Wayans Jr. fanfic you wrote when "New Girl's" pilot first came out (What? Only me?), because they'll be starring in a movie together as two friends who get into some funny and sticky (a word used a lot in that fanfic) situations impersonating cops. (A.V. Club)
Ben Schwartz ("Parks and Recreation", "House of Lies") got a behind the scene look at Star Trek Into Darkness either because he really is doing ADR for the film (unfortunately doubtful), or someone forgot to lock a door. (Bad Robot)
As someone who was once driven to yell out, "Today is not the motherf**king day, son!" in the middle of a crowded mall food court when some rando told me to smile, I appreciate these anti-street harassment posters by Tatyana Fazlalizadeh. (Flavorwire)
The next logical step in the Hawkeye Initiative's evolution? Hawkeye Initiative cosplay. (MS)
Scientifically accurate Spider-Man is pretty horrifying. Let's hope they never do a live-action version. (A bit NSFW)
I leave you with this bit of badassery. Six year old Terra (dubbed Dora the Destroyer by the Internet) crushes all comers in this breakdance battle in France. Watch as she top-rocks into your world and skips away with your heart. More at (Uproxx)
Jasmine Markes doesn't actually have Jake Johnson and Damon Wayans Jr. fanfic. Julius Pepperwood, though? Tons.
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