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It's National Cleavage Day! Celebrate Anne Hathaway's, Because It May Be the Last You See of It For Awhile

By Dustin Rowles | Pajiba Love | March 30, 2012 |

By Dustin Rowles | Pajiba Love | March 30, 2012 |

Jason Reitman led a live-reading of The Big Lebowski last night. Seth Rogen filled the role of The Dude. To find out what role each of these actors pictured below played in the reading, click over here for the full account. (Movieline)


When I was 12 years old, I caught some soft-porn Cinderella flick on Cinemax that involved a woman’s ability to stick a cob of corn in her mixlespilk and pop popcorn. They called it her snapping pu**y. I taped it, gave it to a friend, and someone I didn’t even know returned it to me about a year later, after it’d been passed around the entire junior high. YOU’RE WELCOME FOR THAT GLIMPSE INTO MY CHILDHOOD. Here’s a lot of films based on fairy tales that you’ve almost certainly never heard of (except the one). (Slashfilm)

I’m going to link to this post about 6 Danny Trejo characters that you’d cross the street to avoid, but that doesn’t mean I’m not still smarting about the fact that my Danny Trejo meme didn’t become the most popular thing on the Internet. THANKS FOR THE NEGLECT, JIBANS. (Screenjunkies)

I’m not going to say that Rick Santorum almost called Barack Obama the N word, but Rick Santorum almost called Barack Obama the N word. Dude: You’ve already won the Louisiana primary. That little almost oopsie won’t get you anymore delegates there. (Gawker)

No, no. I’m just kidding. I don’t want to be accused of race baiting; that’s just more of my “Leftist desperation.” How will the Democrats EVER win this election unless we baselessly accuse a man who has no chance in hell of winning of racial oopsies? (Big Journalism)

Two very important debates to settle here: Zooey or Emily? And Dawson or Pacey? I’ll say this much: Dawson’s attempt to sell me BJs has certainly helped his cause. (WG)

Here’s another debate: Critics love single-camera sitcoms, while audiences prefer multi-camera sitcoms. Explain that. (Macleans)

MTV is bringing back “Hollywood Squares” as Hip-Hop Squares. Who will be the Jim J. Bullock? HOW MANY OF YOU EVEN UNDERSTAND THAT JOKE? (Hollywood)

For her role in Les Mis, Anne Hathaway is going on a 500-calorie-a-day diet in an attempt to lose 16 pounds in 3 weeks. Hathaway minus 16 pounds kind of ruins the point of Hathaway. (Daily Mail)

Did you love The Hunger Games? Well, you’re in terrible company because so did Ted Nugent. Now don’t you feel like the world’s biggest dipshit? (FilmDrunk)

Did you ever imagine that Jon Hamm could look goofy-unnattractive? Does this picture change your mind? That’s some motherfucking Dickie Bennett hair, people. (Celebitchy)


Speaking of Hamm, Don Draper finally got his face on a box of Wheaties, the Breakfast of Drunk Adulterers! (Uproxx)

Here’s a stellar list for our gamer geeks: The 10 Most Visually Stunning Games of the Last 10 Years. I’m glad they put in the 10-year cutoff, otherwise the original Pitfall would DOMINATE. (Unreality)

The New York City Department of Education would like to remove the word “dinosaur” from standardized tests. Why? FOR THE KIDS, OF COURSE. Also, because this protect-the-kids culture has gone off the rails. Did you know that studies show that kids who eat more dirt are healthier as adults? IT’S SCIENCE. You want to protect your children? Show them Jurassic Park when they’re five and then bathe them in bacteria. (GammaSquad)

We’ve pulled our Friday morning recaps of NBC’s shows until we can find a better way to generate your interest. I’ve got some ideas. In the meantime what was up with last night’s Subway episode of “Community”? Kelly at VideoGum nailed my thoughts on last night’s episode: “Do I like it a lot because I’ve already decided that I like it a lot … or because I actually do like it a lot still?” Also, GIFs, because I know some of you like them. (VideoGum)

Guess who just came out in defense of the season finale of “The Killing”? Damon Lindelof. Yes, THAT Damon Lindelof. Cindy’s going to have an aneurysm IN HER SPLEEN. (WarmingGlow)

It is National Cleavage Day, which is a real thing. In its honor, here are 50 Photographs of Christina Hendricks. You’re not going to click back, are you? (Buzzfeed)

If you haven’t seen this yet, you really should: A drunk guy in the back of a squad car sings the entire “Bohemian Rhapsody.” It’s fun for the whole family.

Dustin is the founder and co-owner of Pajiba. You may email him here, follow him on Twitter, or listen to his weekly TV podcast, Podjiba.

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