Jared Leto Is Playing Hugh Hefner In Brett Ratner’s Biopic & I Need a Shower After Just Typing Those Words
In what feels like a prank of an announcement, Jared Leto will star as Hugh Hefner in a biopic produced and directed by Brett Ratner. That team-up is a perfect storm designed specifically to make me throw up inside my mouth.Read More
Production on the $80 million video game flick, Tetris The Movie begins in 2017, with filming taking place in China featuring a Chinese cast.Read More
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Thanks to Sony, we're going to be #blessed with an emoji movie next year (August 11th, 2017 to be precise), and yes, you are now officially reminded that this is a thing and it is happening and we live in the weirdest freakin' timeline ever.Read More
We never really expected to see "Trump" turn up on a list of nominees for the Nobel freakin' Peace Prize. Go ahead, let that sink in for a moment. Then head to the bathroom because you're going to throw it back up.Read More
If you follow Pretty Little Liars, then you should probably be warned now: spoilers, y'all.Read More
Yeah. Pez. The candy thing. I know, right?
Y'know, that emoji movie is beginning to seem a whole lot more interesting.Read More
One Million Moms is at it again, petitioning Fox to drop their plans to produce Lucifer, a show based on the character from Neil Gaiman's Sandman.Read More
And the answers to those questions raise EVEN MORE QUESTIONS.
I can't stop cringing at this new commercial from McDonalds. Maybe I'm a little old-fashioned. Maybe I like my Hamburglar not complaining about his wife. Why was she calling him? Who were the cake and candles for? Why wouldn't you buy that ahead of time?Read More
I don’t know if it’s completionism or masochism or what, but after finishing my newbie watch of Avatar: The Last Airbender–and before starting on The Legend of Korra–I had to watch the 2010 M. Night Shyamalan version. Or maybe it’s a justice thing. All the other Avatar fans had to go through their own spasms of disappointment when the movie came out. It didn’t seem fair that I would be able to avoid it.Read More
Today in things that will not make the Iranian government seem bizarre and Paleolithic to the outside world: In preparation for the upcoming "Modesty and Veil" festival later this month, Iran's Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance has released an official guide which lays out which haircuts are approved for men.
According to ABC, the primary target for the guide was "spiky, gelled hairdos associated with rebellious youths, corrupted by Western influence." Mercifully, goatees, which were previously not in high standing with the Iranian government, are now considered OK. But don't think you can get away with a ponytail or a mullet, corrupt Steven Segal-influenced Westerner:Read More