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OK. This is all kind of bonkers and doesn’t entirely hold together, but bless Luc Besson for making what’s essentially an stylish original superhero action movie with a running time of less than ninety minutes. There’s also a matter of the striking parallels between Scarlett Johansson’s arcs as the title character for Lucy and her.
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Q:Downsides of fancasting aside: by next summer both Lena Headey and Emilia Clarke will have played Sarah Connor. What role should Benioff and Weiss offer to Linda Hamilton for an upcoming season of Game of Thrones for a terminator trifecta?
Perplexing that Han Solo isn’t at the top of this list even though it’s only by a percent; the only surprising part about the character a the bottom is that there are any favorables.
The crown will suit me, as it never suited Robert and would not suit Stannis. I have it in me to be a great king, strong yet generous, clever, just, diligent, loyal to my friends and terrible to my enemies, yet capable of forgiveness, patient.
Although I think that Renly’s claim to the Throne is rubbish, I do wish that they’d found a way to keep him onstage for a bit longer, particularly on the show. As portrayed by Gethin Anthony, he’s pretty much the only one actually having any fun in Westeros.
Now the thing that is the most popular is also communicating the highest level of creativity. The concept of Kimye has more cultural significance than what Page Six could write.
Yes, please. As soon as possible.
The most consistent holdout against Yankovic’s appeals has been Prince; in a 2011 Wired interview, Weird Al told a story about sitting in the same row as Prince at the American Music Awards, and being told in advance via telegram not to establish eye contact with him.