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John Boehner, Douchelord Extraordinaire, Exits A Government Shutdown Interview Whistling

By Joanna Robinson | Pajiba Love | October 8, 2013 | Comments ()


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The lovely folks at Vulture are doing a film school series of sorts this week, so bust out your most intense black turtleneck before heading over to read these great behind-the-scenes guides from phenomenal directors. My favorite, of course, being Wes Anderson’s “How I Made The Royal Tenenbaums.” Spoiler alert: there was a hefty amount of friscalating. (Vulture)

Hey, hey, guess who left a recent interview whistling? Surely not one of the people majorly responsible for the government shutdown. SURELY NOT. Boner move, Boehner. (HuffPo)

In which the teacher of a murdered gay student says she relates to his killer. Yes. Yup. Yeah. She said that on camera as part of this deeply upsetting documentary about the murder of gay teen Larry King. (Gawker)

The powers that be swear on a whole stack of Ms. magazines that they want to make a Wonder Woman movie. Really. Swearsies. (Slashfilm)

You know what I learned from this list of the 7 scariest sic-fi/horror films set in space? That even in space, y’all could probably hear me scream. Sunshine and Event Horizon/? Go-to nightmare jet fuel. (Unreality)

The good folks over at Flavorwire put together a list of the 20 most overused songs in movies and TV and neglected Jeff Buckley’s cover of “Hallelujah”…which means the good folks over at Flavorwire didn’t spend enough of the early aughts watching bad teen dramas. (Flavorwire)

Here’s a gallery of professional wrestlers looking “adorably out of character.” Oh as if Andre The Giant didn’t look adorable every second of every day. (Underscoopfire)

I know after that Elmo photo, you thought Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellan couldn’t get any more adorable. You were dead wrong. Here are the UK’s Sweethearts on a complete Charm and Bowler tour of New York. (Uproxx)

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Speaking of Elmo, he and Cookie Monster are getting a CBC spin-off show entitled The Furchester which is about two muppets trying to run a hotel AND NOT WHATEVER FILTHY THING YOU WERE THINKING. (TMS)

Some German film nerds spotted every single reference in the Guillermo Del Toro Simpsons opener from this week’s Treehouse Of Horror episode. Or did they!? (Movie Pilot)

My takeaway from this excellent collection of trivia and horror from The Walking Dead is that they are big Breaking Bad fans. Huge. (Warming Glow)

ABC Family, you know, the brilliant minds behind the cancellation of Bunheads have optioned a new crime comedy starring 90210’s Jennie Garth and Tori Spelling. If they don’t call it Donna Martin Investigates, I’ll be sorely disappointed. (Celebitchy)

Publisher’s Note: A good freind of mine from high school, who was one of the leading Jeopardy champions of the 90s, is competing for the title of 90s “Jeopardy” fan favorite, and it would mean ever-so much to me if you just went over to the site and voted for Shane Whitlock. No registration required. All you have to do is click. — DR




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