Pan's Labyrinth Musical In The Works. Look! Someone's Already Practicing Their Jazz Hands!
Hanukkah starts tomorrow so honor of you, the choosiest of chosen people, here's a round up of some remarkably classy and unbelievably elegant gifts. Nothing says Festival of Lights like fire-branding your toast, right? (CNN)
Though it may not be strictly Kosher, grab yourself a copy of the Jon Hamm coloring book. (Incredible Things)
In other declassy news, The Guardian has awarded their "Sh*t London In Pictures" awards. You know, just in case you thought it was all Dickensian cheer and chim-chim-chee-roo-ing over there. (The Guardian)
English treasure Sir Ian McKellan took to Twitter earlier this week to answer fan questions about The Hobbit and, once and for all, settle the question of Would You Rather: Aragorn vs. Legolas edition. Please, I beg of you, feast your eyes on McKellan's fancy Twitterin' shirt. (Nerd Approved)
Do you know why the Monopoly pieces (the Top Hat, the Car, the Scottie Dog) are shaped as they are? Well now you can. It might come up in a trivia game one day. I know how You People love your trivial knowledge. (TIF)
I cannot imagine why anyone thinks Pan's Labyrinth would make a good musical, but I am more than willing to watch them try. (Geekosystem)
Some enterprising pomologists have engineered a pineapple that tastes like coconut. Meet me at midnight on the dunes of the cape, you crafty scientists. (Laughing Squid)
Wrap yourselves in layers of hipster 90s nostalgia with this Home Alone Christmas sweater. (THD)
I've seen a lot of "look how my tummy swells with baby" time lapse photos, but this is by far the cutest one I've come across. I like that, at one point, her feet are too swollen to fit in those damn boots. (Neatorama)
I'm not a huge "It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia" fan, but even I think Charlie Day's Pepe Silvia breakdown is one of the finest TV comedic moments in recent memory. As such, I find this "Homeland"/Pepe mash-up an absolute delight.
And, to send you off into the bright, blue sky of a weekend, here's the gag reel from Season Four of "Breaking Bad." Cranston, you gem of a pearl of a man. Never leave us.
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