Is Charlize Theron An Actress? A Movie Star? Or Both?
Easter is comings, chicks. To celebrate it in an all-inclusive, non-denominational, putting the "us" in Jesus sort of way, here's a fun little look at the genesis of Beatrix Potter's "Peter Rabbit." (Letters of Note)
Speaking of Easter, here's a list of things that have no right being lip gloss. Right at the top of the list? Peep-flavored gloss. That's like smearing diabetes on your mouth. (Mental Floss)
You all have heard of these Google glasses, right? The ones that will make your every day view look like that of the T-1000? Well you're not the only one who thinks it's a terrible and terrifying idea. (NPR)
Well, if the future must come, I hope it comes in the form of James Cromwell in a quirky hat. In honor of my favorite "Star Trek" movie, First Contact, Think Geek is running a fun little giveaway of some uber dorky accessories. Good luck! (Think Geek)
In other alien news, Steven Lloyd Wilson sent me this nifty article from way back in the day wherein James Cameron rebutted several fan letters that were critical of Aliens. (Aliens Collection)
Do you think Ridley Scott will do the same for critics of Prometheus? The quibbling has already started. Speaking of that flick, I cannot wait for the Summer of Charlize. (Are Prometheus and Snow White and The Huntsman really coming out on the same day?!) Here's a sumptuous spread Theron did for "Vogue." I just really love her. (Celebitchy)
IFC attempts to breakdown the difference between actors and movie stars. What do you think? Where does Charlize fall? (IFC)
The woman who Ryan Gosling saved (or whatever) is being a real bit-cah about it. (Twitter)
Remember how at the end of Can't Hardly Wait Preston Myers left Jennifer Love Hewitt to go study writing with Kurt Vonnegut? If this article had been around in the 90s, maybe he could have stayed home instead and had some sweet, sweet I-know-what-you-did-last-summer-lovin'. That's my convoluted way of saying: Here are Kurt Vonnegut's 8 Tips On How To Write A Great Story. (The Atlantic)
Dust off your Doc Martins and unfurl your flannel, Soundgarden has released a new single. You can hear it here. (Slate)
The ultimate "HE WAS IN THAT?!!?" video shows you screen debuts of now famous faces. Dude, skinny Jack Black and super young Tom Selleck! Also, some NSFW language from Eddie Murphy and the perfect finish.