Look Which Dreamy Eyed Douchebag The Halfwits At "Entertainment Weekly" Chose As Best TV Actor Of The Year
It was, however, quite easy to find an image of him befitting this Pajiba High Holy Day.
Speaking of Somerhalder, there is a fascinating long read on Grantland today about the origins of his previous series, "Lost." (Grantland)
There has been a lot of flutter this week over the new Guardians of The Galaxy franchise and, more specifically, the bafflingly incendiary comments from its director James Gunn. In case you, like me, are somewhat comic book ignorant, it'll help you to know that this group of (alien?) superheroes are sort of like The Avengers Adjacent. Check out the wicked fancy casting pool that has already assembled. Lee Pace in spandex? Make it so. (Zap2It)
And in other spandex-y news, here we go 'round the Batman rumor mill. Tuesday the word was out that JGL might be playing Batman in The Justice League franchise. Yesterday the rumor was emphatically denied. Today, apparently, it's "official." *Sigh* (HitFix)
Go ahead, internet, hit us with your sh*tty photoshop.
The folks over at We Love Fine Tees have cooked up some great new Star Wars designs. Oh, Han, you're a delightful jerk in any language. (We Love Fine)
What what WHAT was Mariah Carey wearing last night? It's fine to get older and a little rounder with age (and motherhood). But should you wear the same clothing you did nearly 20 years ago? (Celebitchy)
Let's remember fonder Carey Christmases.
Liz Lemon and that grey fox, James Marsden, are getting hitched tonight on "30 Rock." In celebration, Josh has collected Liz's ex-boyfriend's finest moments. Oh, Michael Sheen, I think I love you most of all. (Uproxx)
I am beyond excited for Tarantino's newest. Here's a great story and photoshoot with the comely cast. Including Kerry Washington who is, by far, the comeliest. (Vibe)
You can also listen to the Django soundtrack. Say what you will about Tarantino, the man makes indisputably great soundtracks. (/Film)
As "Sons Of Anarchy" wraps up, the only character I care about surviving the inevitable blood bath is Donal Logue's Lee Toric. The man is injecting new life into the show. (WG)
Many thanks to Drake for this adorable video.
And, finally, courtesy of Josh, it's the "Girls" opening credits done "Gilmore Girls"-style. I'm currently dancing around my house like Lena Dunham. You're welcome for that image.