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Watch Zooey Deschanel Try To Out-Sexbot Michael Fassbender

By Joanna Robinson | Pajiba Love | April 17, 2012 |

By Joanna Robinson | Pajiba Love | April 17, 2012 |

First of all, I know it’s gauche to link to ourselves, but I want to be sure you’ve had a chance to espy the Michael Fassbender sexbot playing with himself playing chess with himself. Truly, the internet has blessed us this day. (Pajiba)

The lovely and acquisitive Internet Magpie sent me this map which breaks down TV preferences by county. Just so y’all know, I moved out of an “America’s Next Top Model” county last year and am now cozily ensconced in “Modern Family” territory. That is to say, there’s marginally less gay here. (Ad Age)

This photo of soldiers goofing around is cuddly and adorable until you remember that they’re holding terrifying, enormous guns. (BioTV)

Joss Whedon reveals which movie changes his life…and I haven’t see it yet!!! SOB! FLAIL! (Guardian)

Speaking of the great sci-fi flicks of the 80s, the Alamo Drafthouse is doing an amazing film series called “The Summer of 1982.” Check out their lineup, throw on some culottes and book your ticket to Austin. (FSR)

I know Damon Lindelof is a divisive cat around these parts, but I think the fact that he wrote some “Mad Men” fanfic on his Twitter is downright lovable. (Vulture)

Did you know that the kid who plays Joffrey also got shoved around in Batman Begins. Oh sweet, sweet justice. (Warming Glow)

Okay, I was not all that impressed with this “10 Strange Fast Food Items Abroad” list at first. Kimchi Doughnut? Yawn. But then I got to the Winter Double King Pizza. Dear lord, I’m drowning in mayonnaise. (CSM)

This is totally unrelated to that last post. I swear. Scientists say that just because you’ve got some significant chunk in the trunk, it doesn’t mean you’ll die before your twiggier friends. And science, as we know, is never wrong. (io9)

Have we already talked about this Robert Downey Jr./ Nathan Fillion promo? WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT IT. (GGD)

Okay, while this poster for The Cabin In The Woods is quite clever, I still consider it a spoiler. So all of you who haven’t seen the movie yet, bugger off to the next link. The rest of you? Enjoy. (Crave)

Of all the reasons to get a Rufio tattoo, this is the best one I can think of. (Film Drunk)

Okay, just because I had to Google “Capybara” and “Rafael Nadal” does NOT mean I didn’t enjoy the sh*t out of Capybaras That Look Like Rafael Nadal. (CTLLRN)

Some of you have already expressed how twisted your knickers are over the upcoming Channing Tatum stripper movie. This teaser trailer, full of flips, twirls and fog machines, might send you right over the edge. (Celebitchy)

Speaking of fine art, this fellow makes the most incredible sculptures out of cardboard. Don’t believe me? DRAGON. (Chris Gilmour)

Yesterday, the 2012 Pulitzers were announced. While I’m extraordinarily pleased by the news that this young woman was awarded a prize for her work on the Sandusky case, I’m still reeling that, for the first time since 1977, there was no Prize awarded for fiction. Those bums on the committee couldn’t even muster up a posthumous award for David Foster Wallace? COME ON. Anyway, read up on Prize-winner Sarah Ganim. It’s a fantastic achievement. (The Mary Sue)

Have you seen this commercial of the lovely and whimsical Zooey Deschanel having a conversation with Siri, the voice of Apple’s iPhone? I find it cloyingly disturbing, but that might have more to do with my distaste for tomato soup.

Finally, this sh*t? This is why Al Gore invented the internet. Via Drew Morton, the epic Lane Pryce/Pete Campbell smackdown acted out by French Bulldogs.

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