The Most Underrated Films of the Century, Plus Someone Thought David Tennant Was Too Ugly for Public Consumption
The BBC thought that David Tennant and Benedict Cumberbatch weren’t attractive enough for audiences, because the BBC sometimes has sh*t for brains. (The Mary Sue)
Oh, look out. The Disney Store managed to piss off a lot of Star Wars fans with one tweet about Princess Leia merchandise. I can already smell a geek storm brewing. (Gawker)
Charlize Theron remains my hero because she’s both an amazing access and has the cojones to say that gluten-free is bullsh*t. You know that’s gonna put her square in the sights of the GF crowd. But I think she can take it. (BTW, I have a friend with a wheat allergy & I’m guessing even she agrees with Charlize.) (DListed)
Edgar Wright, late of Marvel’s Ant Man, still has an intriguing possibility on his plate. (Slashfilm)
Here are the 25 most underrated movies of the 2000s. I take issue with only two choices: Life Aquatic was deservedly underrated, and The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford should be number one. (Flavorwire)
I admit, I’ve been a bit bummed about life recently. Maybe you have too. I keep this picture of a hamster stuck on a slide for just such occasions. (OMG Squee)
Now that we’re at the halfway point in the final season of Mad Men, Dustin has made some predictions about the fate of the remaining characters. (WG)
Miley Cyrus did not call Taylor Swift stuck up, frigid and bitchy. Or did she? (Celebitchy)
Emily Blunt looks lovely in Oscar De La Renta. The view isn’t bad either. (GFY)
The Luc Besson directed, Scarlett Johansson starring Lucy is getting moved up to July 25th from August 8th so it doesn’t have to compete with Guardians Of The Galaxy and TMNT. I’m happy to hear it because I want it to do well. I’m gonna have movie nights with this and Lockout. (Lainey Gossip)
Travis J. Smith, winner of this year’s Cannonball Read, has continued on to read and review 100 books so far this year. Y: The Last Man, Volume 9: Motherland by Brian K. Vaughan is the book that got him into triple digits, and he’s only four away from a double cannonball. Check out the latest from one of CBR6’s most voracious readers. (Cannonball Read 6)
Ace Ventura as Han Solo. Because James Hance is a genius. (Nerd Approved)
I didn’t realize that Matt Smith impressions were a thing, but this one is amazing.
Geek Girl Diva needs to go watch Lockout now because Guy Pearce.