Get Your Holiday Jollies With Anne Hathaway and Samuel L. Jackson's "Sad-Off Showdown"
Last night in the television world the earth moved, the sky shook and our hearts sang. No, of course, I'm not talking about "How I Met Your Mother." I'm talking about a different sh*tshow entirely. Last night, after foisting Blake Lively on us for five years, "Gossip Girl" came to an end and while I'm not sure how many (if any) of you were still watching that show, some of you might be interested to know who the titular character (voiced in narration by Kristen Bell) ended up being... (Cinema Blend)
...yeah. It was this dude. Dan Humphrey. The Ted Mosby of the "Gossip Girl" universe. Bafflingly played, "Gossip Girl," bafflingly played.
Friend of the site Josh Kurp has put together the best albums of the year. I DON'T KNOW WHO ANY OF THESE PEOPLE ARE, YOU GUYS. (Uproxx)
I'm not generally a fan of making technology look antiquated, but this mouse dressed up as an original Nintendo controller hit me with the nostalgia wave pretty hard. This is why I don't know anything about the music yous kids are listening to. (Neatorama)
Have you heard of frost flowers? I never had because I'm a coastal Californian. The presence of ice on my windshield this morning threw me into an absolute tizzy. We don't do frozen here. Anyway, frost flowers are a pretty gorgeous, naturally occurring phenomenon. Drool away. (Kuriositas)
It's a shame the Star Wars prequels are so sh*tty, because I am fully lusting after this Darth Maul propaganda poster. (Nerd Approved)
This compilation of all the abrevs, mispronunciations and portmanteaus from "Happy Endings" is suhcyute. Suhcyute. (Vulture)
The first time I took this "Which Wes Anderson Character Are You?" quiz, I got someone from Bottle Rocket. Then, like any red-blooded American would, I went back and cheated until I got Pagoda. (FlavorWire)
Speaking of a Wes Anderson fav, Bill Murray gives a pretty great interview for GQ. As if you would expect anything less. The man even makes duck lips look hip. (Celebitchy)
Which of these upcoming sitcom pilots would you most want to watch? I gotta say, "Untitled Gay Comedy," your crass demographics pitch appeals to me. (WG)
Which cast member from The Hobbit can name check all the dwarves the fastest? Surprise victory from Kili aka "the hot dwarf."
Finally, Anne Hathaway and Samuel L. Jackson, stars of the gloomy Les Miserables and Django Unchained respectively (though how awesome would it be if they swapped?) have a "Sad-Off Showdown."
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