Val Kilmer & His Genius Plan To Bang Natalie Portman, Plus Al Pacino & Siri In A Bathroom
Vince Mancini has truly taken a bullet by delivering a real-time review of James Franco's latest short film masterpiece, La Passione. (Uproxx)
Alec Baldwin threw yet another temper tantrum. The target of this one technically deserved to be called out, but as always, Alec took his reaction a little bit too far. (DListed)
Being a Hollywood assistant ain't all it's cracked up to be. When most people are heading home to their families at night, their jobs are just beginning. (Buzzfeed)
Did you know that in the original Spider-Man, the spider was a real spider, not CGI? They harnessed and painted a damn spider. (Film School Rejects)
The season premiere of Stephen King's "Under the Dome" looks insane in gif form. Oh my god, that poor cow. (Warming Glow)
Speaking of poor cows, Siri (of iPhone fame) has brought Al Pacino to the point of reenacting Tony Montana's fury in public restrooms. (Celebitchy)
Veronica Mars movie set visit, anyone? Yep, it's really still happening. (The Mary Sue)
Now World War Z is supposedly an anti-semitic movie. Eh, I don't think the screenwriters put that much thought or effort into targeting any group other than the slobbering general public. (Videogum)
The Conjuring looks so, so terrifying. "Look what they made me do" scares me every time I hear it, and this third trailer isn't helping matters. (Slashfilm)
Chloe Sevigny lives in a fashion league of her own making. Chloe is the honey badger. (Go Fug Yourself)
Val Kilmer is pushing for Heat 2, and his official pitch includes him banging Natalie Portman's character from the first movie, which is really creepy considering that Nat was about 12 years old during filming. (The Wrap)
For fans of "The Big Bang Theory," this list of uses for old card catalogs will amuse. (Mental Floss)
Does The Last of Us video game feature the grossest zombies ever? (Kotaku)
Kanye West could learn a lot from Tupac Shakur, starting with burying that damn ego. (Daily Beast)
This video -- featuring Amy Poehler, Horatio Sanz, and Janeane Garafolo -- serves as a behind-the-scenes look at the Upright Citizens Brigade's famous "Asssscats" show.
Finally, here's the first teaser for Lars Von Trier's Nymphomaniac. I have a feeling this is going to be the most boring "sex" movie ever.
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