Things We Saw Today: Petyr Baelish Sad With Ice Cream
"I wanted a Klondike Bar."
This is the best Game of Thrones fan encounter pic I’ve ever seen. (via That’s Nerdalicious)
- Just going to leave this choice quote from Sarah Palin’s glowing review of The Giver (yeah) here: “This movie shows us exactly where we’re headed if we don’t inject into our culture a little courage, tenacity and rebellion against a government all too eager to take away our freedom. The funny thing about governments is, the bigger and more powerful they grow, the more they disrespect the lives of their citizens.” And backing away slowly… (via The Guardian)
- Vampire show The Strain, based on the series of books by Chuck Hogan and Guillermo del Toro, has been renewed for a second season by FX. (via /Film)
This Nicki Minaj Instagram post is one of the best things to come out of Spider-Woman Buttgate, hands down. Her caption reads “What is this?”
- Love Is Strange is a romantic drama about a gay couple, played by John Lithgow and Alfred Molina, forced to move in with their respective families. And, as Gay Star News reports, it’s been given an R-rating by the MPAA for “language”—no sex, no violence, no drug use, no nudity. For context, another R-rated movie coming out this weekend is Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, which features both sex and graphic violence. Unless John Lithgow spends all of Love Is Strange telling everybody to **(^&&^# his ^@(*&^% with a #%&((& jambalaya ^$*(%, I call shenanigans. And homophobia. Homophobic shenanigans.
- FXX Airs ‘The Simpsons’ in Wrong Aspect Ratio. Won’t Someone Think of the Children? (via Indiewire)