Benedict Cumberbatch Will Tell You How To Get To Sesame Street
In the wake of yesterday’s sad news about Philip Seymour Hoffman, here’s one project that has already been delayed. PSH was set to direct his second feature film, a supernatural thriller starring Amy Adams and Jake Gylleenhaal. (Slashfilm)
Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellan were thrilled about the Super Bowl’s impending arrival. Check out this photo of their excited preparations for this all-important game of football. (The Blemish)
This gag reel from Thor: The Dark World is nauseatingly cute. It’s good to see that Chris Hemsworth is still capable of off-script emoting other than grimacing for the paparazzi. (Unreality)
An eight-year-old kiddo wrote a spec script for an episode of Friends. What happens is … pretty much as ridiculous as any real Friends episode. (Videogum)
In a fantastic, and insightful interview, Lorne Michaels talks — among other things — worst host ever on SNL, and why the show produces so many Republicans. (Uproxx)
I don’t know if this story about Johnny Depp raking his fingers through the bulk food bins at Whole Foods is true, but it’s an amazing mental picture to behold. Would you lick a granola bar that’s been sanctified by the scarfy one? Hilarious. (Celebitchy)
Lindsay Lohan finally faces a consequence of some sort. She’s been banned by many NYC nightclubs. (Page Six)
Good news, Cumberbitches. Your man will soon make his presence known on another PBS show, Sesame Street. I bet he’ll do a much better job than ol’ Tommy Hiddleston recently did. *ducking and running* (PBS)
A colorblind German photographer named Kilian Schoenberger has created a new Brothers Grimm series, and the results are terrifying as hell. In a good way. (The Mary Sue)
Are you one of those people who cracks up at their own jokes and finds themselves to be a comedic genius? I am, which is why I can get behind all the times Seth Meyers lost his sh-t during joke delivery. Even if the jokes themselves weren’t all that great. (Mental Floss)
Rita Ora has clearly cornered the market on fugged-up bathrobe chic. (Go Fug Yourself)
I think we’re supposed to get worked up about this list of 20 promised remakes of documentaries that still hasn’t happened. At the same time, I can’t get upset about fewer remakes in this world. (Film School Rejects)
Where does last night’s New Girl rate among the 10 Most Memorable Super Bowl lead-out programs? (WG)
I think we could all use some good news today. Or at least we should all watch something very cute. Here’s a polar bear experiencing snow for the very first time at the Toronto zoo.
Oh, you wanted the cat edition? We can do that too. Enjoy!
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