Jim Carrey Regrets Earning Millions From Kick-Ass 2, Much To Producers' Delight
Last night saw the sixth-season finale of "Mad Men," and I haven't watched it yet but am certain that the internet will soon spoil the ever-loving hell out of the fun. On a less spoileriffic note, our own Dustin Rowles sat down with USA Today for his latest conspiracy-oriented interview. (USA Today)
For those of you who don't mind the spoilers, Peggy Olsen finally got her due with this defining shot. (Warming Glow)
Ellen Page did not appreciate her likeness being ripped off for "The Last of Us" video game. Girlfriend means business. (Kotaku)
Scientists have a list of questions that shall continue to puzzle them for all of eternity. The freakiest one just happens to be the following: "Why do humans spontaneously combust?" (Mental Floss)
The following graphic illustrates the "Likeability Index" of good guys and villains from several popular television shows. There are not too many surprises involved in this chart, but it's still a fun exercise. (Popwatch)
Infographics are all the rage on the internets, so here are even more of them. These examine various Pixar flicks in both an educational and eye-pleasing manner. (Vulture)
Let the post-release analysis of World War Z commence with these 13 questions left unanswered by allegedly lazy script writers. (Film School Rejects)
Hey, it turns out that Anthony Weiner and Adolf Hitler have something in common. (Buzzfeed)
Scarlett Johansson just replaced Samantha Morton in a film role, and my mind is blown. (Slashfilm)
Jim Carrey would like everyone to know that he very much regrets his starring role in Kick-Ass 2 because he no longer condones "that level of violence" in film after the Sandy Hook tragedy. If Jim feels that strongly, he could always donate his salary to the victims. (Celebitchy)
"Baffled" Kick-Ass 2 producer Mark Millar has already responded to Carrey. (Millarworld)
To absolutely no one's surprise at all, Gerard Depardieu was found guilty of drunk driving. (Uproxx)
James Gandolfini gifs are the best after enduring an assortment of Man of Steel, The Bling Ring, and Poltergeist offerings. (Videogum)
Is The Bling Ring really a sociological treatise in which Sofi Coppola compares Emma Watson's character to "precisely the sort of unapologetic delusion " Kanye West "continues to express, say, about his attempt to steal a Moonman statuette from Taylor Swift"? (Grantland)
Some idiot gave Justin Bieber another monkey, and he's already misplaced the poor creature. Free Mally 2. (DListed)
We don't hear enough from the female gaming perspective, but that's about to change ... starting now. (Unreality)
This video imagines a terrible world wherein casting directors hired Zooey Deschanel and Michael Cera for "Game of Thrones."
Warning: This commercial might make you tear up just a little bit. Cute dog + widower = bittersweet.
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