Tom Cruise's Rendition of "Pour Some Sugar on Me" is the Worst Thing I've Ever Heard. I Want to Have Its Tin-Eared Babies
I don't keep up with Howard Stern anymore, but I know enough to know that the Howard Stern that is hosting "America's Got Talent" is not the Howard Stern that we grew up on. What the hell happened to doddering old man? (WG)
Over at Unreality, they take a look at 5 Movies They Didn't Plan to love, and while I agree with a couple of those choices, there's a couple that might fall under the "Movies I Planned to Love But Kind of Hated" category. (Unreality)
The juxtaposition of these two images, from Brian DePalma's Passions, is tantamount to getting a boner and then stubbing it on brick wall.
Ahhhhh! There are more images (including a movie poster which features Rachel McAdams and Noomi Rapace almost kissing), and details about the movie over on (Movieline)
Here's an interesting turn of events: Whether he returns to "Community" next season or not, we do know Dan Harmon will be working on another show. Here's the deets. (Slashfilm)
Speaking of "Community," guess who's post "Doctor Who" wish-list includes appearing on "Community." I'll give you a hint. A gorgeous, leggy hint. (BBC)
When Pajiba Love publishes today, I'll be screening The Dictator, which will have the Anchorman 2 teaser attached. For now, however, there's the teaser poster. It's very footsy. (Movieline)
Have you seen Kim Kardashian's IMDB profile? Or this version of it? It's amazing. Uproxx got the screengrab before IMDB took it down. (Uproxx)
I guess ABC is considering a new "Hulk" television series, but I don't actually see it coming to fruition. (The Mary Sue)
At first, I thought the trailer for Do-Deca-Pentathlon was based on another board game that I hadn't heard of. Turns out, it's a Duplass film, which makes it must see. (FSR)
Here's some irony calling the kettle a pot: In an interview, Jessica Alba reveals that she feels like she's being objectified in her film work. Then she posed for this photo. (Celebitchy)
Dude! Dude! Dude! Drive is on Netflix instant now. WHY ARE YOU STILL HERE. Look, if you haven't seen it yet, I won't judge. Just click over, watch it this afternoon, and then come back and pretend that you saw it months ago and you can judge those who haven't seen it yet. (Netflix Instant)
Here's Tom Cruise's version of Def Leppard's "Pour Some Sugar on Me," from Rock of Ages because the Internet loves you. Or hates you. Or wants to hate fuck you. I don't know, all I know is that it's terrible and I want to have its babies. (Screencrush)
If I didn't love my kid so much, I might trade him in for this one, who is cute as balls and can play the drums like a BOSS. (via Videogum)
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