The Dark Knight Rises Is A "Conservative Classic?" Uh, Someone Tell Anne Hathaway's Costume.
So Forbes has a little article on why The Dark Knight Rises is a conservative classic. And, uh, if I drink a lot and close my eyes, I can see where they're coming from. I guess we pink-o, Commie liberals only have Step Up Revolution to cling to. (Forbes)
I have a question for all of you college grads, drop outs or current matriculators. What were your dorms like? Did the words "stainless steel" "sleek" "modern" or "clean" play a part? Yeah. Me neither. Look on the world's coolest University dorm and despair. (Twisted Sifter)
Cheating escándalo aside, the news that Alex Pettyfer and Kristen Stewart will be co-starring in a film (Cali) is just the most perfect pairing of repugnant young pretty people I could possibly imagine. (IndieWire)
I want to love this Henson and Kermit/Calvin and Hobbes t-shirt, but Kermit looks rather, um, flaccid, no? Like he's drooping from the shame of being a "health hazard" to young Chik-fil-A eaters? I know Hobbes was frequently droopy, but it weirds me out to see Kermit this way. (Tee Fury)
Sharlto Copley (District 9, The A-Team) says that the American Oldboy remake is going to be "dark and gritty." Oh, so this isn't going to be a lighthearted, breezy tale of [REDACTED FOR PEOPLE WHO DON'T LIKE FOREIGN FILMS AND THUS MIGHT BE SPOILED]. (Splash Page)
I recommend you read why Spielberg cast Wayne Knight (aka Newman) in Jurassic Park. It's a doozy. (Vulture)
I'm fairly certain I wouldn't be able to walk through this video shop without vomiting all over the merch. (SuperPunch)
Ron Howard tweeted some more photos from the new "Arrested Development" project. IT'S HAPPENING! IT'S ALL HAPPENING! (Twitter)
For those of you who got a little excited about the "Doctor Who" Entertainment Weekly cover, here's the entire article including the cast doing their best 1980s sitcom "throw your head back and laugh" pose. (Reddit)
And you know how much I love these recut trailers. Here, from our friends over at Film School Rejects, is 2001: A Space Odyssey as a summer blockbuster. We need more baffling space babies in our cineplexes.