Vulture Struggles To Define The Most "Valuable" Hollywood Star, Neglects To Include A Bangable Category
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Vulture Struggles To Define The Most "Valuable" Hollywood Star, Forgets To Include A Bangable Category

By Joanna Robinson | Pajiba Love | July 23, 2012 | Comments ()


Vulture has come up with a pretty nifty interactive list of Hollywood's 100 Most "Valuable" Stars. The default is their ranking, but, if it butters your toast, you can fiddle with the settings to create your own list based on your personal values and priorities. Unfortunately, there's no bangable category so, no matter how much I fiddled, I couldn't make it match the Pajiba Ten. (Vulture)

I had no idea Seattle had its own Super Villain (with the bone-chilling name "Rex Velvet"). Well 75 cool points to you, Seattle, and 250 points to Rex himself who led one kid on a merry chase as part of the Make-A-Wish foundation. (Nerd Approved)

You know that character you despise on that AMC show about zombies? No not that one, the other one. Yeah, her. Well it turns out even the actress thinks the character should die. (WG)

Speaking of AMC shows, enjoy this "Breaking Bad"-inspired rock candy. That is, if you don't care about keeping your teeth, etc. (Laughing Squid)

Usually I'm not a fan of toilet humor, but I do agree that this is simply the best bathroom sign of all time. Use it on your lazy kids or spouses. (Buzzfeed)

If you don't want to read about an artificial jellyfish that swims with the assistance of rat cardiac muscles, then don't click this link. This is how the world ends, friends, not with a bang but a squishy. (Telegraph)

Speaking of artificial life, I know there are "Battlestar Galactica" fans aplenty among you. Have you ever wanted to snuggle a Viper? Of course you have, you saucy minxes. Well today's your lucky day. (QMX)

I don't mean to sound snobby at all, quite the contrary, but I think it's safe to say that most (not all...not you) folks who watch a film attribute the "look" of it to the director and neglect the considerable contributions of the cinematographer. This fantastic piece on the retirement of Christopher Nolan's collaborator Wally Pfister sets that record straight. (Atlantic)

Whether or not you were satisfied by the myriad of Gotham villains in The Dark Knight Rises, here's an extensive chart that ought to tickle your fancy. (Pop Chart Lab)
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Okay, friends, this is a troubling link. If you love Ralph Fiennes with all the fire in your crotch, I urge you to scroll down the page. If you don't, or if you think your stalwart crotch love can survive the following images, then click away. The man can look however he wants, he's still a fantastic performer. I just want you to brace yourself. (Celebitchy)

Finally, if you're having a hard, disappointing or distressing day, I hope these fantastic images of fire-breathing will distract and soothe you. Now imagine the source of your frustration being enveloped in those flames. There, that's better, ain't it?

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