Hugh Jackman Gives Amanda Seyfried A Birthday Lap Dance. Well, Wouldn't You?
I know we all thought the long national Twilight nightmare was well and truly over. But, ah, if this sparkling vampire baby doll doesn’t give you night terrors, then there’s something deeply broken in you. (FilmDrunk)
Speaking of dead things, The National Post has an insanely detailed break down of every on-screen death from AMC’s “The Walking Dead.” I didn’t include the whole infographic because of massive spoilers, but I thought you’d like to see an example of the overall design. Which is pretty sweet. (National Post)
If you didn’t have enough nostalgia this morning with the “Freaks and Geeks” reunion photos, Dustin gives the “Party Of Five” cast the ol’ “where are they now?” treatment. Oh, Lacey Chabert, you will always be my favorite Mean Girl. (WG)
Dig, if you will, some overhead shots from the Macy’s Thanksgiving parade. Unless, of course, you’re too good for photos of Kermit humping 6th Avenue. (Laughing Squid)
Threadless has a great sale on today for cheapish hip, hip, hipper than thou t-shirts. Get them for the Portland branch of your family. (Threadless)
Coach Taylor calls bullsh*t on the Friday Night Light movie rumors, although he doesn’t actually say bullsh*t. He just gives the rumors a stern, disapproving look and they slink away in shame. (Uproxx)
Kate Upton is more covered than usual for her first “Vogue” cover. Personally? I’m a fan. She’s got such a lovely face. (Celebitchy)
Speaking of kissable faces, what do you think of this bacon shaving cream? I think you think I’ve found you the most perfectly Swansonable Stocking Stuffer. (Consumerist)
This ad campaign for a Cape Town newspaper is pretty damn adorable. (22 Words)
Is Mary Poppins a Time Lord? All evidence points to yes. (Geeks Are Sexy)
And Hugh Jackman (or, as my pops oh-so-cleverly calls him “Huge Ackman”) gave Amanda Seyfried a birthday lap dance at a recent screening of Les Mis. Given that he plays her adopted father in the film, I hope he kept his jazz hands to himself. (Vulture)
Finally, if you’re not watching “Suburgatory,” you might have missed this fantastic Friday parody last night. Oh, Dalia Royce, you absolute treasure.
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