Ryan Gosling Smokes the Competition in a Game of "Would You Rather" at the Gangster Squad Premiere
When judging the fellas at the Gangster Squad premiere, Anthony Mackie put up a good fight, but ol’ Baby Goose came out swinging and even had his mom in his corner. (Celebitchy)
According to this height chart of Hollywood actors, it turns out that Tom Cruise is actually an inch higher than a hobbit (Wood) and two inches shy of a Statham. (BioTV)
I’m loving these group portrait illustration of characters from some of our favorite movies. Now everybody get real close and say, “Royale with CHEESE.”(Curious Brain)
I know a lot of people feel that Superman puts them to sleep faster than a speeding Ambien, but do you think Batman is starting to get boring? (io9)
Cannonballahs and all book lovers, the trailer for Warren Ellis’s new book “Gun Machine” is out with Wil Wheaton narrating. Will it make it on your to-read pile? (MTV Geek)
Astronaut Chris Hadfield (currently in residency at the International Space Station) has been getting some amusing responses to his tweets from Wheaton, other former “Star Trek” actors, and even Buzz Aldrin (Cyberbuzz)
Cumberbatch and Matt Smith will be going oddly attractive head to oddly attractive head in two catagories in the National Television Awards. (Telegraph)
The Puppy Bowl is coming, my friends. This time with hedgehog cheerleaders! (WG)
Speaking of dogs, he is the one who barks.
The winners of the 2012 National Geographic photography competition were finally announced. Enjoy the pretty. (Nat Geo)
Check out these pretty cool film maps charting character travels from movies like Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Shaun of the Dead. (First Showing)
Catmoji is a new social networking site made specially for cats, if you’re looking for a new place to find pus- I’ll just stop there. (Incredible Things)
The #wordoftheyear for 2012 is, take a guess. (Mental Floss)
Lastly, Enjoy these beautifully animated videos from Maurice Sendak’s NPR interview and Pixar’s newest short.
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