Gross. Here are photos of Jason Bateman kissing Jennifer Aniston in The Baster. I’m so terribly embarrassed by his involvement in this movie. (Celebitchy)
The red carpet premiere of X-Men Origins: Wolverine was last night. Hugh Jackman sashayed in on a motorcycle and Ryan Reynolds looked embarrassed to be there. (Webster’s)
The film posters for The Hangover have been released. And if you’re wondering how many times they can re-do the 40 Year-Old Virgin posters, the answer is “an infinite amount of times.” (WeAreMovieGeeks)
Aww. Patton Oswalt writes about the birth of his first daughter, and also going to see Crank 2: High Voltage. Both were very important moments in his life. (myspace)
Are you in a small band about to get your big break opening for a bigger, more important band? Well, Eugene Mirman has some tips for you. (AV Club)
Even though I rarely do film reviews around here, I think I would literally quit Pajiba if Dustin asked me to review this movie, based on nothing but the poster. (FilmDrunk)
I missed this yesterday, but here are Bea Arthur’s top five contributions to pop culture. She was one amazing lady. (Jezebel)
The newest craze on college campuses is a humans vs. zombies tag-style game, which basically looks like the most fun thing ever. We should totally play this at PajiBacon East. Who’s with me? Thanks, Mr. Creosote! (Boston.com)
Paul Scheer takes you through the creepiest items found at the auction of Michael Jackson’s personal things. Nothing wrong here. (flickr)
You guys are going to hate — hate — me for linking this. In fact, no, I’m not even going to tell you what it is. Click at your own risk. (Yeeeah!)
Here are five assholes we hate to love. I don’t love House. There, I said it. (FilmSchoolRejects)
Best headline ever: “Townspeople Thwart Cricket Invasion by Blasting Led Zeppelin.” What, no one had a Creed CD on hand? Thanks, Tamatha! (Discovery)
Here’s a whole website devoted to drunken texts. Not that any of you would know anything about that. Thanks, Melody! (TextsFromLastNight)
Here’s a Japanese commercial for a tea that lowers high blood pressure. There’s almost probably no way they could make this weird, right?
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