No-Brainer Poll Of The Day: Would You Rather Jon Hamm's Cowboy Or Johnny Depp's Indian?
And, because I love you, here's a video of Justin Bieber puking on stage. I don't care who you are, that image is oddly satisfying. (Gawker)
Elizabeth Olsen explains some of the changes in Spike Lee's Oldboy remake. This way you'll know exactly how many squid babies you'll want to punch when it doesn't live up to your expectations. (CB)
Speaking of remakes, aren't these designs for an Indiana Jones animated series actually kind of delightful? We could have Marcus Brody back! I would watch this. I would watch this all day long. (io9)
For all you broken hearted Whovians out there, check out this crazy photographic proof that THE WEEPING ANGELS ARE REAL. I'll be under the bed. (Fishsticks and Custard)
Film Drunk has more images of Johnny Depp as Tonto. And yeah, he's totally serious about that bird on his head. (FD)
Because I was grandma-sitting last night, I ended up watching "60 Minutes" for the first time ever. Was it always a celebrity gossip show? No? Well, at any rate, last night Schwarzenegger exhibited the most staggering lack of self-awareness when discussing the material of his upcoming memoir, "Total Recall." Good title, won't buy it. (Celebitchy)
In better book news, this gorgeous art installment repurposed books that had been thrown away from local libraries. Passersby were invited to take anything home anything they wanted. (Junk Culture)
Anne Hathaway got married this past weekend with what appears to be a diaper on her head. But she looks absosmackingly giddy, so we'll ignore the diaper and wish her well. (GFY)
A young girl was nominated for Homecoming Queen as a cruel joke and went to the game anyway. Because she has a spine of steel. Remarkably, not a single drop of pig's blood was spilled in the making of this story. (NY Daily News)
Hey, look, a hot dude! Jon Hamm poses in full cowboy regalia for an upcoming project with Adam Scott on Adult Swim. (Twitter)
Dustin has a sobering reminder that it's sort of a miracle "Parks and Recreation" hasn't been cancelled yet. Here are ten great shows who had better ratings than P&R that were still given the axe. Aw, my favorite Bill Haverchuck moment! You shouldn't have. (WG)
And dig, if you will, the unpublished pictures of a woman who spent her life working as a nanny. And while nannying might be a fun and rewarding profession, she was also a crazy talented and unrecognized artist. (Slate)
Finally, the insanely gorgeous sight of lightning captured in slow motion.