Tina Fey Queefs in the General Direction of Your Criticism
Mel Gibson has reportedly dumped his Russian, Angelina Jolie-looking skank-slash-baby mama, because he's just an upstanding guy like that. (Litelysalted)
One man begs the question of why men have to ogle at women's breasts, and what can be done to curb the obsession? Not that us ladies don't purposely wear low-cut outfits to turn you into a bunch of drooling idiots or anything. (Intrepid Media)
There is now a porn parody of "The Big Bang Theory," proving that there is literally nothing that the porn industry won't parody. (Topless Robot)
The new Freddy Kruger face has been unveiled, and Cinematical asks the question, which do you like better? Not that I'm a die-hard Nightmare fan or anything, but seriously: IS THAT EVEN A QUESTION. (Cinematical)
Here are the 12 most memorable billionaires in movies. (Unreality)
I would normally be against this sort of thing, but this local care insurance commercial/Back to the Future spoof is the funniest thing EVER. (Warming Glow)
The stills from Sex and the City 2 make it look like a goddamn episode of Looney Tunes, only with four middle-aged women instead of a wacky wabbit. (Celebitchy)
The poster for the Sorcerer's Apprentice is out, and of course it features a totally lame looking Nicholas Cage wearing some stupid retard dragon ring. (Film Drunk)
Here is a gallery of cakes made into boobs. It is as NSFW as sensitive as your workplace's tolerance for "cake boobs" is. (YBNBY)
Rufus Wainwright said in an interview that he "knows" that 50 Cent is a gay man. Ahh, yes. Because if there's one thing rappers tend to universally love, it's being called out as homosexuals. (Celebitchy)
Reason #3456 why other countries are better than America: In Switzerland, you can hire an evil clown to STALK YOUR CHILDREN. Well, in America you could probably find someone do to that on Craigslist but maybe with less whimsical results. (DListed)
And now, because film-cliche montages are always fun, here's the "We've Got Company" montage:
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