"Take the Biggest Guy in the World, Shatter His Knee and He'll Drop Like a Stone."
Here’s a look back at some of The Swayze’s coolest and most memorable films. I will drop everything to watch Dirty Dancing, anytime. God’s honest. (ReelLoop)
The Costume Institute Gala at the Met was held last night, where all the celebrities get to try to one-up each other wearing asinine-looking dresses. (Webster’s)
Here are the ten worst basketball scenes in movies. Really, though? You got to have some love for Teen Wolf. (ScreenJunkies)
An eloquent needs our help! Wsapnin is currently battling in a radio station contest to see who’s got the stupidest story. Winner gets a trip to Malibu, and she promised to bring us all back T-shirts. Hers is #7, the High School Musical story. Vote away! (Lightning100)
Oh, Oprah is so going to regret this. (Celebitchy)
Vanity Fair got Jessica Simpson all gussied up for their June cover just so they could humiliate the living crap out of her on the inside of the magazine. (Yeeeah!)
Since we don’t normally cover this sort of fare around these parts, you have to check out WeTV’s horribly ridiculous/offensive promo for their new show “I Want to Save Your Life,” which ostensibly teaches “Bad Housewife, No Cupcake.” (ZeldaLily)
This is eerie. What do the singer from 4 Non Blondes and that doucheface Mystery from “The Pick-Up Artist” have in common? (SlowlyGoingBald)
Christopher Guest is planning to adapt Waiting for Guffman into a Broadway show. (FilmSchoolRejects)
T-Mobile tricked a bunch of people in the UK’s Trafalgar Square to be part of their multi-million dollar viral advertising campaign. Whatever. Site NSFW! (DrunkenStepfather)
Since Mother’s Day is this weekend, here are six unforgettable movie mothers and the real mothers they depicted. (mental floss)
Check out this nerd who made his own Wolverine claws, and then shows a cardboard box what’s what:
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