Which Batman Villain Did Christopher Nolan Miss Out On? I've Got Two Words For You.
I lied. I apologize. I have five words for you. "Kristen Bell as Harley Quinn." I wanted it to happen with all my heart. Cinema Blend has five other Batman villains they think Nolan missed out on. What do you think? (CB)
Also (and this is my last Batman-related bit today, swearsies), how rad is this Gotham City street art? (Neatorama)
And, because you've come to expect it of me, here's a bosom related link. BUT WITH A TWIST. Ranylt sent over this story of an ancient bra that was discovered in Austria. Go ahead and fill it out with the buxom lady of your choice. (Phys Org)
There's a huge hole in Mars. I repeat, there is a HUGE HOLE IN MARS. Don't worry, I already started work on my screenplay titled, ahem, A Huge Hole In Mars. (Boing Boing)
Fabulous news you boils on the *rse of humanity, Hulu and the BBC are co-producing new episodes of "The Thick Of It." If you haven't seen this series yet, do yourself a motherf*cking favor. (WG)
Speaking of new television, have we discussed the Roseanne Barr/John Goodman reunion? (I suspect we must have.) The two will star in a new NBC sitcom. This is mostly an excuse to repost those fantastic reunion photos from 2008. Who is that just out of frame in the second photo? Mark? (RIP) Johnny Galecki? (Laughing Squid)
I know I shill a lot of posters on Pajiba Love, but this is the finest I've seen in a long while. It's a cinematic map including "Jurassic Park" and "Reservoir Dogs"...and...well you should just look for yourself. (We Are Dorothy)
I also have to give much love to this fantastic "Breaking Bad" print that features both Walt and Heisenberg. Hail to the king, baby. (Bee Johnson)
If you thought that W cover with Fassbender and Theron was steamy, you ain't seen nothing yet. Her legs go on for days...months...years. Not safe for work or anywhere really. (Celebitchy)
Finally, for the musically inclined, it's five blokes playing one piano. Better than two girls, one cup, non?
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