Hollywood Isn't the Only One Who Can Come Up with Completely Pointless Sequels
Stephen King has apparently gone mad with power and is planning to write a sequel and film adaptation to The Shining. I would have hoped he would have learned his lesson from that abysmal Talisman sequel. (The Playlist)
Ding dong, "Dancing with the Stars" is dead. Guess who won? Spoiler alert! It was a D-list celebrity! (Hairballs)
I've never felt any particular way about Katie Holmes (unless you count "complete indifference") but hearing that she's a theater-talker kind of makes me hate her. (Litelysalted)
Remember that delightful rapping video game dog from back in the late '90s? Well he's coming back! And hopefully on a Nintendo format this time, because I likewise am not buying a PS3. (Topless Robot)
The new Old Dogs publicity stills excrete wackiness like Chicken Tikka Masala out of your pores after hitting up the all-you-can-eat Indian buffet. (Film Drunk)
Some dudes recreated the "Trinity Help" sequence from The Matrix out of Legos, because if something can't be done out of Legos it's not worth doing at all. Errr, something. (Cinematical)
After last week's fantastically stellar episode, I am pretty much peeing myself for the next "Dexter," so much so that I'd be happy skipping the whole four day weekend to get to Sunday night. (Screen Junkies)
Here's an interview with everybody's crazy old German shoe-eating grandfather, Werner Herzog. (AV Club)
Oh sure, it's all fun and games to fantasize about some impotent sparkly vampire stalking you, but when it happens in real life it's not so sexy now, is it? (Agent Bedhead)
The London 2012 Olympics logo looks vaguely like an inappropriate "Simpsons" drawing if colored the right way. Yeah, I know it's a stretch, but I'm also totally juvenile so whatever. (Celebitchy)
Burger King's new cupcake milkshake makes me want to go into a blissful state of diabetic shock just looking at it. (Impulsive Buy)
The online social networking phenomenon has apparently started a "defriending" movement. I don't know much about that, but I have realized over the past few years that I'm at a point in my life that I don't need to waste energy on toxic people anymore. (Thundersquee!)
Since I don't have near enough (read: any) Thanksgiving-related links in today's Love, here's a fun little "Turkey Day on the Tube" quiz. (mental floss)
So, how would you guys like to see The Muppets take on "Bohemian Rhapsody?" Do you, huh? Huh? Huh? I'm guessing you would very much like to see it, since no less than fifty of you emailed it to me between last night and this morning. Well this oughta hold you off 'til Monday, anyway. Hope you all have a kickass Turkey (or Tofurky) Day!
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