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Since we’ve been getting a recent slew of sequels a decade or two after the fact, I for one would like to see what Scott Howard of the Teen Wolf franchise is up to these days. (Screen Junkies)
In yet another foreshadowing of the plot of Idiocracy coming true, Kevin Federline is reportedly going to be a father for the fifth christforsaken time. (Litelysalted)
I don’t do this sort of thing often, but last night I saw my favorite newly discovered band of 2009, Gentleman Reg — who should be huge but aren’t. So check out a couple of their music videos and then go buy their records and stuff. (YouTube) & (YouTube)
So since I was out last night, once again I totally missed “The Office” and am now having to forcibly restrain myself not to spoiler anything with Dan’s weekly recap. But going by the title alone, I take it Ryan upped the creepiness factor this week? (Hairballs)
Hey nerds, Dr. Horrible is soon going to be making his comic book debut and here’s an exclusive first look. (Splashpage)
Agent Bedhead is running a special on Princess Leias today — two for the price of one. Sheesh, that was a bad joke even for me. (Agent Bedhead)
Sharon Osbourne, ever the epitome of grace and class, railed against Susan Boyle calling her an “hairy arsehole” — even though she ironically looked eerily similar to Boyle prior to $200,000 worth of plastic surgery. (Celebitchy)
Here are some photos of ah-mazing looking Barbies which were stripped down and refurbishes to look like celebrities. (Film Experience)
Conan O’Brien and William Shatner had the nerve to sully the good respectable name of Levi Johnston by reading twitters from a fake Levi Johnston twitter on “The Tonight Show,” and he’s now demanding an apology. Uh yeah, don’t hold your breath there, Alaska. (Warming Glow)
I was totally on board with this list of the Top Ten Superhero Movies of All Time until I got to number one and literally yelled at my computer “WHAT IS THIS FUCKERY?” (Unreality)
Here are a bunch of “WTF?” dance scenes in non-musical movies. Are you kidding me I luh-oved that dance scene in Romy and Michelle. (Cinematical)
You know how you see high school yearbook photos of celebrities and they are like pretty much always huge dorks? Well not Jon Hamm. The guy was always a goddamn beefcake Adonis. (DListed)
Here’s a great mash-up featuring films which say the titles of the film in the dialogue, just in case you forgot what the movie you were watching was called:
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