Now We Know How Awesome It Would Have Been to Be on the Set of 'Breaking Bad' While They Were Filming 'Ozymandias'
Station Agents co-podcaster and friend Josh Kurp was on the set of Breaking Bad while they were filming parts of “Ozymandias.” That’s him in the photo above with Cranston, and his awesome wife Nadia Chaudhury took the photo. Here’s his report. (WG)
I really dig how Jennifer Aniston has moved out of her lifelong rut of all-little-black-dresses-all-the-time on the red carpet. All the same, she has developed a habit of wearing dresses that draw one’s eyes towards the whole “baby-growing area.” (DListed)
Pajiba fan and supermodel Chrissy Teigen married John Legend over the weekend. Let’s all ooh and ahh over this tulle Vera Wang dress. Or her knockers, whatever. (People)
This might make you cry a little tiny bit. A baby elephant in China was rejected by its mother, and it sobbed inconsolably for five hours. (MSN)
What the f*ck, Dustin? He loved the season finale of The Newsroom because it was sappy, but hated last night’s Dexter because it was too sappy. Here’s the 10 sappiest moments from that terrible episode. (Uproxx)
Tyler Perry’s “44 Things I Have Learned” email is epic in its douchebaggery. (Film Drunk)
Sasha Grey: Legitimate actress? (Film School Rejects)
Look at this 30-foot walking robot dragon! Watch as it kick’s some guy’s ass. (Kotaku)
Arsenio Hall is back. It’s like he never left. (Grantland)
James Franco has a plan. No, really. ART. (Buzzfeed)
Bradley Cooper hits a Hawaiian beach with some staggeringly weird results. (Celebitchy)
David Hasselhoff eagerly awaits the moment when Samuel L. Jackson hands the Nick Fury role back to him. (Slashfilm)
Everyone seems to hate this dress designed by and modeled by Victoria Beckham, but she really owns it. There’s also something to be said for starving oneself and then strutting down the street in a fancy paper bag. (Go Fug Yourself)
Here’s a list of Muppets that were kicked off Sesame Street for various reasons. This list includes Kermit The Frog. (Mental Floss)
This new spot for Chipotle is really a short film advertising its app-game, “The Scarecrow.” It is super awesome and features Fiona Apple’s wandering voice. Makes me really want a Chipotle margarita.
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