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Get Your Wallets Out, Now You Can Buy Your Way Into The Middle Of This Hemsworth/Hiddleston Sandwich

By Joanna Robinson | Pajiba Love | September 21, 2012 |

By Joanna Robinson | Pajiba Love | September 21, 2012 |

Can Joseph Gordon-Levitt have a new movie out every month? Please? The man has nothing better to do than pose in a series of increasingly drool-worthy photo spreads, right? (Tom & Lorenzo)

Also slaver-making is this rad Mondo poster for Looper. That movie cannot get here fast enough. Can it be the future now? Please? (Unreality)

Speaking of old Jay Gee El, doesn’t this paperback bow tie look like something he might wear? (Etsy)

If you’ve never seen the great Key and Peele sketch featuring Obama’s Anger Translator, I can think of no better place to start that this one covering Mitt Romney’s 47% scandal. (ABL)

Wrap your head around this “casting that almost was” news. Andy Garcia was almost the lead in Big. You’re picturing him eating baby corn right now…aren’t you? (FD)

I’m not often a fan of novelty belt buckles, but this one taps right into my 80s nostalgia. In fact, wasn’t there one of these on Zoltar? (Laughing Squid)

EW has indicated that someone major will die this season on “Sons Of Anarchy.” Place your bets now. (WG)

Ron Moore, he of “Battlestar Galactica” fame, is developing a TV show based on “A Knight’s Tale. Naked Chaucer or get the f*ck out. (Vulture)

Speaking of Tudyk-vehicles, there is an amazing “Firefly” anniversary book for sale (on massive discount). I got my hands on this baby earlier in the week and it is amazing. A Whedon fan’s dream. (Topless Robot)

And, uh, while we’re on the subject of Whedon dreams, snuggle up with Loki and Thor in this amazingly creepy blanket. (The Mary Sue)

And to make sure your day is SUPER homoerotic, I’ll leave you with this BreakBad Mountain video. Swim around in the sexual tension until your fingers get all pruney.

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