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Kristen Bell Will NOT Film in the Nude. But, A Little Butt Cheek Won't Hurt

By Dustin Rowles | Pajiba Love | January 25, 2012 | Comments ()


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In REALLY BIG DEAL news, our own link wench extraordinaire Joanna Robinson was on one of the most popular film podcasts on the Internet -- the /Filmcast -- this week to discuss Haywire, which is ironic given Ms. Robinson's real-life resemblance to Gina Carano. While JoRo doesn't have the kicking ability (to my knowledge), she can still smack you on your ass with cleverness. (Slashfilm)

Whoever thought to set "The Walking Dead" credits with "The Growing Pains" theme song should be invited to the White House and feted by the Obamas. (Warming Glow)

No one looks more foolish giving an Oscar-caliber performance than Andy Serkis. These images right here are everything you need to know to understand why he should be nominated for an Oscar. (Screenjunkies)

Did you know that Paul Tassi, the guy who runs Unreality, is also a writer for Forbes? It's true! Here he offers a look at the real people behind some of films' most iconic masks, like the guy inside the Darth Vader suit, who is something of a real-life beefcake. (Unreality)

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This photo series of Fallen Disney Princesses, which includes the image above, is striking. (Curious Brain)

The Pajiban Ladies of Hot Ink discuss all the many celebrity hottie dude-like men with whom they would not allow to soil their delicate hoobies. Nathon Fillion? Joseph Gordon-Levitt? What is WRONG with you ladies? (Hot Ink)

Entertainment Weekly has the first look at another movie poster for The Raven and it doesn't look nearly as good as this one.

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You didn't need an official plot synopsis to The Amazing Spider-man to know it's another origins story, but there is a wrinkle that suggests that Spider-man may soon become part of The Avengers cinematic universe. (Movieweb)

Americans who cannot wait to see series two of Sherlock Holmes and feel squicky about illegally downloading it can actually order the Blu Ray from England. Also, 50/50 is out on DVD this week. You're going to want to watch it. (FSR)

There's only, like, three of you who care, but you three care ALOT: Warner Brothers has officially put the kibosh on the Elfquest film, which was at one point set to be directed by our friend Rawson Thurber. (Bleeding Cool)

There are many actors on television who are known to have no-nudity clauses, but I think the most upsetting one is Rachel Bilson. What? Hart of Dixie is really sweet, y'all. The Fug Girls get it. Anyway, here are other actors with known no-nudity clauses. (WG)

Zack Snyder's Man of Steel has just cast a very young Lana Lang. This is what she looks like. (Blastr)

For those of you who have finished season two of "Downton Abbey,' here's some slight-ish spoilers for series three, including the addition of new Americans. (The Sun)

Jon Stewart went apesh*t on Mitt Romney's tax returns last night. I honestly cannot think of a time when he and Colbert were as on top of their game as they are right now. (Uproxx)

Katherine Heigl's One for the Money is due out this Friday, and if you think it looks awfully similar to Jennifer Aniston's The Bounty Hunter, you're not alone, as this mash-up can attest.



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