Rumor has it that Ms. Emilia Clarke is dating…drumroll…Seth MacFarlane. RIGHT?! Oh, listen, it’s none of my business who she dates and yeah, sure, I liked Ted better than I thought I would. But, I mean, you have to admit, it’s a downgrade from her totally fictional, dead husband. (Celebitchy)
Have you seen this Ostrich Pillow design? Would you ever actually, really, truly put this on your head in public? Me, I’d rather drool on an impromptu pillow made out of my book than sport this thing. (Laughing Squid)
Plus, guys, if you’re wearing that stupid Ostrich Pillow on the plane, how are you gonna gawk at Iceland out the window? What, you’ve never gawked at Iceland before? (This Is Colossal)
The beauty of JK Rowling promoting her upcoming book, “The Casual Vacancy,” is that we get awesome, unrelated batsh*t quotes like this: “”I had a lot of real-world material in me, believe you me. The thing about fantasy — there are certain things you just don’t do in fantasy. You don’t have sex near unicorns. It’s an ironclad rule. It’s tacky.” Truth? I love that statement more than all the Harry Potter books combined. (TMS)
Hey you, yeah you over there with the travel mug bong, you can win a free copy of Cabin In The Woods and a poster signed by Drew Goddard. Get to clickin’! (Bleeding Cool)
Riddle me this. Why isn’t this here poster the official Obama campaign image? (DA)
Here’s some news to set your plaque-ridden hearts a-palpitatin’. There will be a world-wide bacon shortage this year. You heard me. So stock your freezers now…fuel the panic. (Gothamist)
Hey, Hollywood, you cast exactly the badass chick I wanted in that all-lady Expendables movie. Good job, you! (Daily Blam)
Also well done, American public. Interest for the “Today Show” is on the wane. That’s because you’re a d*ck, Matt Lauer. (WG)
But, very badly done, Hollywood. You’ve let the concept of a Mummy reboot live. You’ve even hired a director. It’s too soon, Hollywood. TOO SOON. I STILL REMEMBER WHAT YOU DID TO RACHEL WEISZ’S EYEBROWS. (TMS)
Finally, via the sterling chaps at Unreality, here’s Andy Serkis reading “The Hobbit” as Gollum.
Joanna Robinson doesn’t really understand the Emilia Clarke as Morticia Addams trio up there. But she’s for it.