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At Least Someone Doesn't Bare Their Cleavage to Elmo

By Dustin Rowles | Industry | September 28, 2010 |

By Dustin Rowles | Industry | September 28, 2010 |

  • Sally Menke, Quentin Tarantino’s film editor, was found dead this morning on a hiking trail, an unfortunate casualty of the Los Angeles heat. She was 56. For a proper obituary, read what Mr. Edgar Wright had to say about Ms. Menke. R.I.P. (Goodbye Sally)

  • Gloria Stuart, who played the survivor in the Titanic movies, has also passed away. She was 100. (Yahoo)

  • For your reading pleasure, The 100 Best Opening Lines from Novels. (American Book Review)

  • Max Weinberg made official what we’ve known for a while now: He will not be the bandleader on Conan O’Brien’s new late night show. (Collider)

  • Here’s some temporary blindness to get you through the evening.



  • Maggie Grace (“Lost”) has been confirmed as Irina, a new character in the Twilight: Breaking Dawn movies. (Deadline)

  • The USA Network has renewed “White Collar,” “Psych,” and “Royal Pains,” for another season. (TVByTheNumbers)

  • Josh Scwhartz, who created “The O.C.,” is reteaming with Rachel Bilson to create another television show, “Ghost Angeles,” (ouch), which centers on a young woman in Los Angeles who can talk to the dead, helping the spirits as much as they are helping her. (Deadline)

  • Fun Fact: Athiests, agnostics, Jews, and Mormons know more about religion than Catholics and Protestants. If fact, Catholics and Protestants barely know anything about their own religion. What? I thought it was interesting. (AP)

  • Here’s Jonah Hill on Sesame Street, demonstrating mustaches. Bonus! He neither sings nor exposes his cleavage.

    Dustin is the founder and co-owner of Pajiba. You may email him here, follow him on Twitter, or listen to his weekly TV podcast, Podjiba.

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