No really, apparently today actually is Star Wars Day. Well brandish your light sabers, nerds, because here are a bunch of Star Wars Kama Sutra positions to celebrate with. Storm Trooper masks not included. (FilmSchoolRejects)
David Hasselhoff’s sobriety took a little turn to nearly drinking himself to death this weekend. Oh, and his teenage daughter found him again. What a guy. (Webster’s)
Early buzz on Wes Anderson’s big screen adaptation of Roald Dahl’s Fantastic Mr. Fox is looking good. We might have a winner, here. (FilmExperience)
Mickey Rourke is planning to get plastic surgery to fix all the bad plastic surgery he’s gotten. This is almost definitely a good idea. (AgentBedhead)
Here are the creepiest kids in horror movie history. (BloodyDisgusting)
If this video doesn’t bring a smile to your face, then you are a heartless bastard. And since that only describes roughly 40% of Pajiba’s constituency, the rest of you will probably melt into muddles of goo. Thanks, Phaedawg! (gizmodo)
Hayden Panettiere tries her darndest to make the Vulcan hand gesture. (Popoholic)
The Vatican is trying to obstruct the filming of Angels & Demons. Really? That doesn’t sound like them at all whatsoever. (WeAreMovieGeeks)
Ayds to help you lose weight, and other unfortunately named products. (mental floss)
Since many of you are caught up in baseball fever, here is: As They See ‘Em: A Fan’s Travels in the Land of Umpires, by Bruce Weber, reviewed. (SecondPass)
Aww, Maggie Gyllenhaal and Peter Sarsgaard got hitched this weekend, possibly making for the best hyphenated last name ever. (DListed)
Disney has ended their long-running marketing contract with McDonalds and is now going to use their brand to promote healthy eating, so you can get a little Zac Efron with your avocado. (Celebitchy)
This might be the most tasteless thing I’ve ever posted in a Pajiba Love before. Two words: Tampon prank. And I have none other than Phillip Stephens to thank for it.
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