What's the Dumbest Idea For A Movie Adaptation You Can Think Of?
What? Why? Apparently the screenwriter of Milk wrote a movie about Pedro of the "Real World: San Francisco," which is basically just dialogue taken word for word from the show. This is more pointless than nipples on a man. (Jezebel)
Zooey Deschanel finally admits that she's sick and tired of being mistaken for that kick to the vagina, Katy Perry. (Webster's)
And speaking of copycats, here are pairs of nearly identical movies. (ScreenJunkies)
Finally! A religion even dumber than Scientology and Kabbalah put together. (AgentBedhead)
This is the most insane thing I have ever seen: An instructional video on "How to Get Your Kids into Commercials." I wonder if this has anything to do with the Olsen Twins. (FourFour)
This link combines two of my great loves: "The Office" and marshmallow Peeps. Thanks, Fletch! (OfficeTally)
That awesome bitch Heather Locklear demanded $100,000 per episode to appear on the "Melrose Place" remake. Hee! Lisa Rinna, on the other hand, has resorted to panhandling to win a part on it. (Celebitchy)
Here's a review of Forever Blue: The True Story of Walter O'Malley, Baseball's Most Controversial Owner, and the Dodgers of Brooklyn and Los Angeles. (TheSecondPass)
This looks like a cross between I Am Legend and some documentary I watched on the Discover Channel one time. (WeAreMovieGeeks)
Here are five classic film moments which weren't on the script. (mental floss)
These rumors would have made for some sweet April Fool's jokes. Where were they two days ago, dammit? (FilmSchoolRejects)
The Lily Allen Cutewatch continues, and this time Lily threatens to take her gift of music away from us forever. Who does she think she is, Jay-Z? (Yeeeah!)
Here's a childrens' book about a self-conscious spoon who eventually learns that spoons come in all shapes and sizes, and -- hey! This book isn't about spoons at all, is it? (SeriousEats)
Today's clip is about gardening and keeping your lawn looking tidy, and -- hey! This isn't about grass at all, is it?
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