Examining "Man of Steel"'s Judicious Lack Of Underwear, Plus ASkars Goes Down For The Count
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Examining Man of Steel’s Judicious Lack Of Underwear, Plus ASkars Goes Down For The Count

By Agent Bedhead | Pajiba Love | June 7, 2013 | Comments ()


John Krasinski feels the need to apologize to Dave Letterman for covering up Steve Carell's appearance in "The Office" finale. Since Dave managed to forgive Joaquin Phoenix, Krasinski's got nothing to worry about. (Vulture)

A Texas jury has ruled that a defendant was justified in shooting an escort for not having sex with him. Because the money had already exchanged hands, and it's perfectly okay "to use deadly force to recover property during a nighttime theft." Nice. (Gawker)

Finally, some serious talk on Superman's lack of outer-underwear is coming down the pike. It's about damn time. (Videogum)

Jessica Pare speaks out on the Megan Draper/Sharon Tate theories buried within this season of "Mad Men." (Warming Glow)

Ethan Hawke is having a great month so far and perhaps the best run of his career as far as anticipated movies go, so he's shaking things up with the Getaway trailer, which includes Selena Gomez, Jon Voight, and vroom-vroom cars. (Film School Rejects)

Alexander Skarsgard grubbied himself up for a decent boxing-themed photoshoot. (Celebitchy)


These outfits prove that Florence Welch has the coolest attitude towards fashion. (Go Fug Yourself)

American sculptor Daniel Edwards is at it again with his pop-culture inspired grossness. Introducing the pregnant Kim Kardashian statue. (DListed)

8 endangered languages could soon disappear, and I haven't heard of at least half of them. For shame. (Mental Floss)

I know that "Sex and the City" gets no respect around here, but I still fondly remember the first few seasons of the television show while pretending that the movies don't exist. 15 have passed since the HBO debut, and here are 26 relationship "truths" as told by "SATC." (Buzzfeed)


The MLB draft: "It doesn't work. It's quite possibly immoral. It's time to replace it." (Grantland)

That zany Robert Rodriguez is launching the El Rey Network with Univision. The first item on his agenda? A show described as the "Latino James Bond," of course. (Slashfilm)

Are we truly experiencing a lack of female villains in cinema and on television? Color me skeptical. (The Mary Sue)

Here's a hilarious Uproxx video that envisions The Purge: Year One: "It tells the story of what happens when three people living together stop acting polite, and start living with no crime or consequences one day of the year. Turns out, they chop off Eli Roth's feet and f*ck a dog. Enjoy." (Uproxx)

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