You'll Want To Wash Kate Winslet's Mouth Out With Soap After Seeing The Filthy Movie 43 Trailer
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The New Movie 43 Trailer Will Give You An Excuse To Wash Kate Winslet's Mouth Out With Soap

By Joanna Robinson | Pajiba Love | October 3, 2012 | Comments ()


It's a big super important day, guys. That's right, it's Presidential Debate Day. You know what a fervent follower of politics I am so rest assured that I will be well-stocked with my grain alcohol of choice for this Debate Day Drinking Game. (Ranker)

Have you seen the names the Weather Channel has cooked up for this year's winter storms? Oh they're gorgeously nerdy. I want to go to work to there. (The Mary Sue)

Against all odds I'm super excited for the prospect of this Moby Dick In Space movie. Maybe it's the great title, Mobius, or my lingering affection for that "Doctor Who" episode, but I'm fully on board for a Space Whale epic. (THR)

Those butt-chugging frat boys held a butt-chugging press conference where their bow-tied lawyer was forced to say the phrase butt-chugging over and over. Oh boy, you guys, I hope this goes down on their permanent record. (Uproxx)

Now, listen, it's fine and dandy for butt-chugging frat boys to turn their toilets into the Iron Throne, but, grown-up men of the world, I am not okay with this. (Nerd Approved)

I know many of you are fans of the fantastic author Neal Stephenson. You'll be even more in love once you read all about his sword fight club. Sword. Fight. Club. (Slate)

I neglected to post this shirt when I first saw it because I was too overwhelmed by its pimping bad*ssery. (We Love Fine Tees)

But, I have to say, this young girl's "I Enjoy Vagina" shirt may top it. It may have gotten her kicked out of school, but she's perma-enrolled in my heart. (Gothamist)

Musical lovers check out this amazing cast list Rob Marshall has put together in order to raise funds for his proposed film adaptation of Into The Woods. Also, rumor has it that Meryl Streep is eyeballing the lead. And my heart goes boom...squish. (TFE)

Although I'm sure none of you had any trouble wrapping your heads around the twists of Looper, you'll enjoy the spoilery Rainmaker icon on this infographic that breaks down the various timelines. (

I had so much fun writing that banned books post yesterday. Many thanks to those of you who checked it out. Here's some further love for those verboten books. (The Curious Brain)

Finally, do not, I repeat, do not watch this preview in your cubicle. Or do it with your headphones in...quick and dirty-like. Enjoy, you sick bastards.

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  • 8D


  • Like I need an excuse!

  • Terrance Howard doesn't deserve those lines, I'm saying.

  • John G.

    That header pic of Kate Winslet is doing something to me. I'm just more....motivated today.


  • growler

    Movie 43, soon to be known as Emma Stone's greatest misstep.

  • Candee

    Oh man. Hopefully the rest of the movie is as good as the trailer. That would be exciting. Faris would actually be in a funny movie that's actually funny. When was the last time that happened?

  • Fabius_Maximus

    I wish there was a western martial arts school around here.

  • lowercase_ryan

    and now I want a sword.

  • lowercase_ryan

    43 looks...mind blowing? But now I'm wondering how there could be any funny left over for the rest of the movie?

  • AudioSuede

    Seriously, the CAST of Movie 43 is so insane! How is this a thing that exists?!

  • JenVegas

    that is EXACTLY what I was thinking the whole time!

  • Kip Hackman

    Ok, wow, how dare you? How dare you show me that trailer, sit back as I watch it and laugh hysterically the entire time, knowing full well that movie won't be out for another 4 months?! I can't handle that. I need to see that now. I need to know what Kate Winslet is so flabbergasted about, and I need to see the full story of the kid whose parents are homeschooling him while providing the cliche high school experience. You have hurt and wounded me today.

  • googergieger

    Saw the trailer for Movie 43 yesterday. "Ugh" kind of sums it up. I mean, I know plenty of people will watch it because they enjoy "smart" comedy or comedy that knows it's dumb but makes it even more funny because of it...

    But really, I just see a Scary movie twelve in disguise. Just, let us try to be "shocking", "offensive", and play with the stereotypes of comedy and turn them on their heads!

    Ugh. Ugh.

  • googergieger

    I'm just saying give me the good ole days of,

    Guy goes to get a physical.
    Doctor takes a look at him and goes, "I think you should stop masturbating".
    Guy asks the doctor, "why?".
    Doctor says, "Because I'm trying to give you a physical".

    Perfect four line joke if said aloud. The essence of comedy, right there.

    *puffs on cigar*

  • You see "Scary Movie," I see "Kentucky Fried Movie" but with stars instead of no-names.

  • John G.

    are you sure that's not just because Anna Faris is in it?

  • Not that I would wish bad weather on anyone, but I really really hope we make it to "K" in this winter's storm season.

  • Fabius_Maximus

    I hope they make it to Q.

  • dizzylucy

    Oh, the Wrath that storm could bring...
    (Someone had to do it)

  • Drake

    Oh, UT, my alma mater. How wonderful to see you in the news again.
    I was extremely naive while attending, and likely would have had a much
    more interesting experience had I been aware of how much frat boys
    enjoyed having things shoved up their assess.

  • Slash

    They really do seem to like it.

    I mean, you can only shove/have shoved so many things up your bunghole before people start to suspect that you like things in your ass. Then they get all mad and offended when people point this out.

    If fraternity members want us all to believe that they don't really enjoy having things crammed up their colons, they probably shouldn't engage in activities that involve cramming things up their own/other people's colons.

  • KaGe

    The drinking game may not be the only way to watch tonight's debate, but it's the right way

  • My big issue with the likely Into the Woods cast is Meryl Streep. The Witch needs to be able to sing really well; Streep can carry a tune.

    Now Donna Murphy, she'd be a good choice. She's already done the readings for Marshall. I wouldn't object to Vanessa Williams, either. She was great in the Broadway revival. And darn it, Bernadette Peters still looks good enough to return to the role 25 years later.

    And if Marshall really want to surprise people, he needs to get Toni Colette to take on The Witch. She was breathtaking in The Wild Party on Broadway and could easily handle the score of Into the Woods. Or cast someone like Tonya Pinkins who doesn't necessarily have the name recognition but will tear the role to shreds and ruin it for everyone else.

    But Streep? After what she did to poor Mamma Mia? Leave her to sing the alienation effect songs in Brechtian dramas where she can do what she want and stick to her range.

  • Captain_Tuttle

    I'm with you. I grew up on Bernadette Peters as the Witch and Joanna Gleason as the Baker's Wife. I can't see Meryl Streep pulling the role off. I'm not familiar with Arianda, but it's been a while since I've had access to anything but touring companies. I love the idea of Patrick Wilson and Cheyenne Jackson as the princes.

  • The more I think about it, the more I'm loving those two as the Princes. Especially Wilson, he can do sleazy so well.

  • KatSings

    That's my issue as well. Donna just played it In the Park, and did well with it. I hated Vanessa Williams in the revival though, so I'm happy not to revisit that. I know they want to throw BIG NAME STAR on things, but you really need to do better than this. I tend to think that Streep won't take it - she's fairly savvy about parts she's right for. And she didn't do Mamma Mia because she wanted to be a Bway star; she thought it looked like a ton of silly fun. Which Into the Woods is not.

    I'm also concerned about Arianda as Baker's Wife, who ALSO needs to sing. She's a vetted actor, but her Tony is for a straight, NOT a musical. While her character is less singing intensive than the Witch, I'd still like someone who can handle it.

  • Robert

    I hope Arianda can sing. She can easily handle the role from an acting standpoint.

  • the_wakeful

    No love for Neal Stephenson's SWORD FIGHTING VIDEO GAME that he is trying to develop based on his SWORD FIGHTING CLUB? I thought I knew you. *sob*

  • demondoll

    But I thought one only needed a bolt, a cord, and sphere...

    Nah, I want to be in Sunday Sword Club.

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