Is Nothing In This World Sacred!? Processing The Split Of Hollywood's Least Convincing Couple.
US Mag story. I'm absolutely positive that Courtney, our Sherpa in all things Gossip, will have a better take on this tomorrow.
Guess Who is the first British TV series to appear on the cover of "Entertainment Weekly?" Okay fine, that should be "which." But you get the idea. (MTV Geek)
Here's a round-up of the "7 Most Iconic Film Stills In Movie History." I dunno that I would agree. I'd definitely put Indy with the golden idol in there. What else did they miss? (NC)
Maria Bamford has a lovely piece on what it was like to shoot an episode of "Louie." If the FX show feels like something you've never seen before, there's a reason why. (Slate)
Vulture asserts that adding a Bane mask makes any villain look scarier. NEWMANNNN! (Vulture)
In this fantastic interview George RR Martin reveals the scene which inspired his entire epic. You have to admit, it's a damn good scene. (Blastr)
Making a damn good scene is Ewan McGregor squeezed tighter than a tube of Colgate into a leather jacket. (T&L)
For all you book and sci-fi movie lovers, check out the first few images of Tom Hanks and Halle Berry in the film adaptation of Cloud Atlas. Not since the flesh ports in eXistenZ have I been so unsettled by futuristic flesh. (CB)
You thought Zooey Deschanel and Natalie Portman invented The Manic Pixie Dream Girl? Ha! Here's a look back at 75 years of cinema's quirkiest fems. Caution, there's a video that starts automatically on this page so get your mute button ready, cubicle cuties. (Death And Taxes)
I stole this series of Abandoned Houses from Julie. Can you imagine the killer Pajiba House Parties we could throw? (100 Abandoned Houses)
The fact that Bill Hader is usually so good at keeping his sh*t together on "Saturday Night Live," makes this clip of him losing it during a dress rehearsal all that much more enjoyable. Also, nice wig, Hader. (WG)