Vincent Kartheiser and Alexis Bledel — who slept together on “Mad Men” last year — are totally engaged in real life now. That’d be a lot more adorable if Kartheiser didn’t look like the weasel that Pete Campbell is. (Vulture)
Speaking of “Mad Men,” Jon Hamm’s penis continues to get him in trouble. LOCK IT DOWN, DRAPER. (Celebitchy)
As is our annual custom here on Pajiba, we’re doing another NCAA Bracket. The winner will receive $50. As always, knowledge of college basketball is not necessary. In fact, it’s usually a hindrance. Click on the link to join. Group: House of Skitz. Password: pooke. (Yahoo)
An interview done last year with Wes Anderson that discusses his upcoming movie, Bill Murray and a whole lot more. (Deadline)
If you love Cheers as much as you should, get super into this extended oral history of the show. (GQ)
Dustin has written about the most insane theories involving the Illuminati and Hollywood. Did you know, for instance, that Dave Chappelle quit the business because he refused to engage in ritual sodomy in exchange for his $50 million Comedy Central contract? TRUE STORY. (WG)
Sylvia Ballhause takes elegant photos of gorgeous theater interiors, unfortunately her website is hard to navigate and I can’t figure out what country these are from, but wouldn’t it be cool to see a movie in such luxurious surroundings? (Sylvia Ballhause)
Erin Pearce creates unique fabrics and sews dresses out of them. These fabrics include pictures of George Costanza, Larry David, Natalie Portman Crying, Katy Perry and more. I know it sounds lame, but here, you can see all the different kinds and what they look like on people and it’s fascinating. (EBT Pearce)
The year is 1967 and here’s some pictures of Dustin Hoffman applies for unemployment, two weeks after finishing filming his second movie, “The Graduate.” (SweetLittleRocknRoller)
A 1927 Paramount Studios map that suggests where movies might be shot instead of going on location.
Aaron Paul looks confused when he looks at fashion models, scowls, grumbles! (Best Week Ever)
The super awesome documentary “Hands on a Hardbody” is available again for $10, digitally. If you haven’t seen it, it follows the saga of a group of Texans determined to win a truck by keeping a hand on it the longest in what eventually becomes a battle of wits and determination. Hands on a Hardbody
Haters of Lena Dunham can just step right to the left, but here’s a pretty great list of the ten worst things Hannah has said on this season of Girls. (UpRoxx)
Wes Anderson and Lea Seydoux teamed up to make a short film for Prada! Here is the teaser:
Kinda girly, but eff it. Want to learn how to do watercolor nails? Tutorial here. (Small Good Things)
OK, that’s it, I’m out.