Even Peter Jackson Admits He's Tired Of That Bloated Carcass 'The Hobbit'
Not to be out-done in the Man Love department, Underscoopfire lists their 100 Sexiest Men On Television. First of all, PHIL DUNPHY?! Secondly, I think you’ll be pleased with their #1. It’s not a show I watch but I cannot objectively argue with their conclusion. (Underscoopfire)
Speaking of sexy television men (Messina’s only #84?!? You’re killing me!), the fine folks over at Previously TV argue that The Mindy Project should be The Danny Project. Not just for carnal reasons folks! But also for those. Mmmmmm, #84. (Previously TV)
And now to kill your lady boner, here’s Johnny Depp with full, blonde Cumberbatch thatch. I’m not a fan. (Dlisted)
This is, without a doubt, the best thing to come out of the Kim Kardashian/Kanye West engagement. Well, until Courtney weighs in anyway. (Gawker)
The ladies at GFYHQ seem to think that Ruth Wilson (she of Alice Morgan, Luther-baiting fame) looks like a multi-color ribbon pack in this dress. I don’t disagree. She should take it right off. (GFY)
Dustin ranks the order in which he would like to see The Walking Dead characters be killed. Let’s just let Alice Morgan loose in there, as long as she doesn’t touch Carol, Darryl or the baby, we’re good. (WG)
Billy Bob Thornton said his insecurities ruined his marriage to Angelina Jolie. Not the vials of blood, guys. The insecurities. (Celebitchy)
What on earth is so intimidating about 2001-era Angelina?!
Speaking of vials of blood and intimidating ladies, Jessica Lange announces that next season will be her last on American Horror Story…so soak in the batsh*t while you can. She also has some tremendously interesting things to say about her character this season. Serious, literary things to say. It’s not just smutty trash, y’all. (BF)
Cleanse your Wiccan palate with this incredible Pearl Jam cover from Chris Cornell and The Avett Brothers. (Uproxx)
I just adore these Tintin meet Star Wars illustrations.
Here are the details on where you non-Americans can see the Doctor Who anniversary special. We Americans will have to wait and see what BBC America and Chris Hardwick decide. (Den Of Geek)
Regardless, get your costumes ready. I will be judging you.
Alright, you frustrated geeks, here’s where Peter Jackson talks about how much he’s looking forward to leaving The Hobbit behind him. (Slashfilm)
And lest you think Jon Stewart only rips on Conservatives, here he is giving the Obamacare website what for.