Personally, I'm More Excited for the Porn Version, Boondock Taints
I've got Paris Hilton news, and you have to deal with it because it's legitimately related to something entertainment-wise. Anyway, she's going to be guest-starring on Thursday's episode of my beloved "Supernatural," and I think I might actually be excited about this. (Webster's)
Because this is Pajiba, we all know here that zombies make better horror movies than vampires -- but finally, here are scientific reasons as to why. (Cinematical)
NO GODDAMN WAY. Larry David guest-starred on "Hannah Bleeping Montana?" I love this so hard. (Warming Glow)
Tarantino is looking at 2014 for his next installment of Kill Bill, which would make The Bride's daughter old enough to be a fighter too. I can't even wrap my head around how awesome that would be. (Gordon and the Whale)
Happy Birthday to Monty Python, which turns the big 4-0 today. Now you really feel effing old, don't you? (Topless Robot)
Dammit. I got really excited when I saw this headline because I thought Mr. Belding was teaching acting classes, but he's just starring in a new web series. I want to take acting lessons from Mr. Belding. (Pop Candy)
Last night was apparently "Latin night" on "Dancing with the Stars." Huh. That does sounds pretty steamy. (Hairballs)
Paranormal Activity audience reaction shots are totally the new "2 Girls 1 Cup" reaction shots. And like "2 Girls 1 Cup," there's no way in hell I'm seeing this. The trailer alone nearly gave me a damn panic attack. (Bloody Disgusting)
Russell Brand says he's "in love" with Katy Perry. Aww, it's really special when two of the most fucking annoying people alive find each other. (Celebitchy)
I had a lively debate with my roommate last week as to whether or not what happened to Colonial Creepy Asswipe at the end of Inglorious Basterds was a "fate worse than death." (Thoughts?) At any rate, here are some other film fates worse than death. Now these, I can mostly agree with. (Horror Squad)
Tu Morrow and Zuma Nesta Rock? Here is indefinite proof that celebrities are hurting their children. (Mix Tape Therapy)
Carrie Tiffany's prize-winning Everyman's Rules for Scientific Living is apparently well known in other countries but not so much here in the States. Get on it, Cannonballers! (Second Pass)
Supposedly "secret celebrity weddings" are the new "celebrity DUIs." Only, you know, without the awesome mug shots. (Zelda Lily)
I thought today's Pajiba Love was pretty good on the whole, so you might be disappointed by today's clip. It's Levi Johnston shilling for pistachios. Remember him? He'll be next appearing on VH1's "I Love the Aughts 2008."
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