This dude thinks 1995 was the best year ever for movies. AS IF! (Actually, it was a pretty good year, I just wanted to quote Clueless.) Check out his extensive breakdown. (The Hairpin)
Think you’re already a fan of Matt Damon? You ain’t felt nothin’ yet. Damon exerted his movie star cash and cache to fly his kids’ class out to South Africa so he didn’t have to be apart from her while he filmed Invictus. You can read that and other heart-warming stories from the man himself here. (The Guardian)
Paint ALL the nails? (Nailasaurus)
Some impish photographer has made a collection of his fellow commuters sleeping and drooling on the train. Me? I look like a princess when I sleep and I’m fairly certain cartoon bluebirds swoop in to braid my hair. These saps aren’t so lucky. (GOOD)
As many of you know, “Mad Men” returns this Sunday after a long hiatus. You should absolutely read Sarah’s wonderful recap of last season and then indulge your lustier nature by watching this supercut of Christina Hendricks, um, walking away. (BioTV)
Speaking of asses, Geraldo Rivera made one of himself when he alleged that Florida youth Trayvon Martin would be alive if he hadn’t been wearing such a murder-provoking hoodie. (Uproxx)
On the flip side, our President gave a heartfelt speech in which he said that if he had a son, he’d look like Trayvon Martin. I love our President, you guys. (ABL)
And while I certainly don’t love Rosie O’Donnell, my respect for her grew three sizes this day. Rosie allegedly told Oprah to drop dead. That takes all the cojones, man. (Celebitchy)
Speaking of dead things…awwwwwww. No I still don’t like the show…but awwwwwww. (9Gag)
Would you like to watch Michael Fassbender eat a taco? I thought you might. Besos, figgy. (BWE)
Vulture has interviewed three “known” actors who spoke anonymously about their experience simulating sex on screen. These are real actors…not porn actors…I think. (Vulture)
Guess which British actors saved The Hobbit pub from being sued out of existence. Two of the best ones, that’s who. (Boing Boing)
I don’t do metal music, so I don’t know what any of these words mean, but TK thought you would want to see “John Abbott perform a 39-minute cover of Mastodon’s critically acclaimed concept album Leviathan, in a single sitting, on the piano.” (The Daily What)
I do, however, enjoy weepy/angry/belty white girl music so here is Adele’s “Rolling In The Deep” being played on a Chinese zither.
Finally, Jimmy Kimmel rounded up a bunch of celebrities and Andy Dick to read mean-spirited tweets they’ve received aloud. Don’t you just want to buy Kristen Bell all the sloths?