Christina Hendricks Brings New Meaning To "Top Shelf"
First of all, friends, bromans, countrymen, can we discuss this new cover of “W” magazine? I’m on record as not being a fan of the slimy, greasy cover photos but I’m tempted to make an exception for Fassbender and Theron. That being said, I cannot condone, support or underwrite whatever is going on atop Mike’s head. They gave him Alan Thicke hair. (Celebitchy
Speaking of sad coiffures, as delightful as Christina Hendricks looks in this and any promo she’s done for Johnny Walker, I feel like the stylists forgot to do her hair…mayhap, perchance they were distracted by something? (Daily Mail)
As Dustin mentioned earlier today, Channing Tatum is gearing up for an Evel Knievel biopic. But, even better, he’s promised that he’s working on a “bigger” Magic Mike sequel. MOAR BOOTY POPS?! (Cinema Blend)
Oh Heavens to Betsy, a new site enables you to check out what Twitter looked like in its first year. It’s like the most superficial and culturally irrelevant archeology project ever! (Laughing Squid)
Hey, fake news addicts, wonder why “The Daily Show” and “The Colbert Report” are no longer available online? You can blame Viacom and DirectTV. You too, “iCarly” fans. (WG)
I’m sure some of you are sad you’re not at Comic-Con. “I’m missing so much!!”
“Like this rad Princess Mononoke poster!” “OH THE HUMANITY!!” Yeah, okay, but think about what you’re NOT missing. Like the smell of the sweaty masses and the violent swag mobs. You heard me. VIOLENT SWAG MOBS. Josh Kurp reports while nursing a black eye. (Uproxx)
Though this Seussian version of “Breaking Bad” would be better with illustrations, you have to admire the part where they rhyme “murky” with “Albuquerque.” (Unreality)
This is, hands down the most self-aware and good-humored tattoo I have ever seen. Bravo to this dude. (BioTV)
Wanna see Jason Segel hang out with Matilda Ledger? It’s like cuddles for your eyeballs. Also? That little girl look so much like Heath it hurts. (Lainey)
And while I try to keep hip with the geeky pop-culture you kids are into these days, I can’t really understand the “My Little Pony” revival. That being said, I would like a Giger pony. I would snuggle it and call it b!^@h. (Neatorama)
This legal breakdown of Jay-Z’s “99 Problems” is not only hilarious, it’s educational. For instance, I never knew the b!^@h referenced in the song was a drug term rather than a woman. THE MORE YOU KNOW, GUYS. (SLU)
And as we inch ever closer to the release of Nolan’s final Batman film, here’s a look at the evolution of Batman over the last 70 years. And, for your supercut pleasure, here’s a whole mess o’ people claiming to be Batman. Is it wrong that Jim Carrey is my favorite? I miss you, 1995.
Joanna Robinson won a Jim Carrey as the Riddler poster at the Marin County Fair in 1995. She kept it longer than she should have.