Hiss! Spit! Hooray! Yes! Are These the 50 Funniest Movies of All Time?
So much to disagree with! So much to agree with! You may want to disagree with number one, for instance, but if you were to do so it would put you on shaky ground in this list of the 50 funniest movies ever amassed by excellent overall gentleman Jason Bailey for (Flavorwire)
In the horn-tooting segment of Pajiba Love, I absolutely loved this story, in which Bill Hader recounts the first time that South Park’s Matt Parker and Trey Stone met Bill Murray. “BILL GHOSTBUSTING ASS MURRAY.” (Uproxx)
And if you’re putting together a fantasy football squad this week, and you’re at a loss for a team name, here are 56 potential names inspired by FXX’s The League (WG)
Meanwhile, if you’re looking for some baby-naming inspiration, the Benedict Cumberbatch name generator is amaze! Wellington Humperdinck! Snorkeldink Capncrunch! Billyray Candycrush! (Celebitchy)
Catherine Zeta Jones and Michael Douglas are splitting, at least temporarily, while they deal with their separate draaaaaaaamas. (DListed)
People seem to be up in arms today because the Oxford English Dictionary has added “twerking” to their list of terms. But they also added a lot of other slang words, like “derp” and “food baby.” Here’s the complete list. (HowAboutWe)
Meanwhile, here’s Morgan Freeman reciting the definition of twerking. (Gawker)
Oof, Olivia Munn. This dress has managed to erase much of the goodwill she has amassed for her turn on The Newsroom. (GoFugYourself)
Speaking of Olivia Munn, she fell off a trapeze swing inside a house, and it was caught on camera. She talked about it and provided the home video footage for Letterman. (Vulture)
No, but really: Clooney and Sandra Bullock should be a thing. They are adorable together. In a regal, Hollywood kind of way. (LaineyGossip)
Here’s 5 Under-the-Radar revenge films you need to see IMMEDIATELY. Or this weekend. (Unreality)
Are you keeping up with the Battle for the Best Song of the Millennium? Because, among the top four, I’m not really a fan of any of them. Where’s Old Crow’s “Wagon Wheel,” man. (Grantland)
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