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In This Position, Angelina Jolie Could've Crapped Out a Full Dinklage

By Dustin Rowles | Pajiba Love | February 27, 2012 | Comments ()


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It's 1:30 on the East Coast, and by now, I think we've probably exhausted the Oscars. So, l'll try and squeeze in some links unrelated to the ceremony. However, we can begin with the Independent Spirit Awards, and specifically what Bryan Cranston wore to them, which beats the shoes off of any Oscar dress. (Uproxx)

Related, but not on point: Two Twitter accounts have taken off in the last 24 hours related to last night's shenanigans: Here are the 10 Best Tweets from J. Lo's Nipple (Buzzfeed) and the 10 Best Tweets from Angelina Jolie's Legs (Buzzfeed)

But, the lame award of the night went to the usually bad ass Robert Downey, Jr. who not only tried too hard as presenter, but doubled down by Tebowing backstage. (WithLeather)

Jimmy Kimmel's post-Oscars live show didn't give us anything up to the level of the "I'm Fucking Matt Damon," video but he did give us Movie: The Movie trailer, which basically had every A-lister on the planet in it, including Matt Damon as the Fruit of the Loom grapes. It's basically The Most Spectacular Motion Picture Event in Motion Picture Event History. (WarmingGlow)

Before we move on, can we address this for just a moment:

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Funny? Or a supremely dickish move? I thought it was a shitty thing to do, but Seacrest had a good sense of humor about it, so good for him. (YouTube)

Here's the latest "Mad Men" promo poster, and can someone tell me what the fuck is going on here? (Videogum)

Moving on to the comic book section of Pajiba Love, here's a phenomenal picture gallery of Supervillains entering the world of politics. (Unreality)

Speaking of supervillain politicians, here's yet another poor attempt by Mitt Romney to fit in with blue-collar America: "Asked if he follows NASCAR, the candidate admitted, 'Not as closely as some of the most ardent fans. But I have some great friends who are NASCAR team owners.'" Just like us! (Gawker)

Did you guys see Gwyneth's cape last night? Well, if she wanted to bring her superhero costuming to the GOOP kitchen, she could try out one of these many Superhero aprons. (Geektastic)

From superheroes to Muppets, here's a cool painting of The Muppets Reservoir Dogs poster. (Red Bubble)

There's going to be a "Sons of Anarchy" video game? Wait, woah? I bet it'll be frustratingly difficult to kill Tara. (Kotaku)

You know what's more terrifying than a swarm of bees? A swarm of robotic bees. They're coming, too. For real life. (NPR)

Pajiba contributor Michael Murray holds a weekly New Yorker cartoon caption contest on his Facebook page, and this week, one of his captions is a finalist for an actual New Yorker cartoon. Please go over and vote for him. Imagine the column that would come out of that. (New Yorker)

You've seen the Oscar dresses, but apparently all the monstrosities in the dress department showed up at the VF After Party (and January Jones' hair, Egads!) (Celebitchy)

The guys are JoBlo put together this very moving tribute to all the actors, screenplays, movies, and scores that were unfairly snubbed at this year's ceremony, and you can't help but think after seeing it that last night's ceremony was part of some sort of bizarro world (I would also add Jonsi for best score).

Finally, your pal TK -- who is expecting a wee one in just 10 weeks -- sends along this calming lullaby: Sam Jackson singing "Go the Fuck to Sleep." (via The Daily What)

(Header Image via BF)




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