• Though Louis C.K. has decided to stay out of the White House Correspondents’ dinner, UGGIE is going to be all over it. You win some, you lose some. I hope you all have a fun time there! -TheDailyWhat
  • Are you ready for some crazy celebrity BEEF? Beef alert! Come get your beef! Here’s some celeb beef, come and get it! Jon Hamm does NOT like Kim Kardashian, and he thinks that she is dumb. Whooooa! What does Kim Kardashian think? I’m sure we will find out soon! -BuzzFeed
  • Kristen Stewart is going to be featured as an ice sculpture at Madame Tussauds. Congratulations to Kristen Stewart and to all of her fans. -ONTD
  • Will Forte is going to be starring in a pilot! Oh, great! A show on fox called Rebounding. It’s about a guy who is trying to get over his fiancée’s death, and also he plays basketball. Look! -AVClub
  • Here is a video of George Takei dancing. -GeorgeTakei
  • In case you were wondering of Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes were STILL working together to kill all of your dreams of finally marrying Ryan Gosling (and/or Eva Mendes) I’m sorry to say that they are still dating and you are still out of luck. I’m sorry! -Dlisted
  • So, how was John Carter this weekend? Are you all upset that the Videogum Movie Club choice wasn’t John Carter because you already pre-ordered your John Carter tickets and now you had to see two movies, because you certainly weren’t going to give up seeing John Carter? Well, you were the only one! -FilmDrunk
Comments (15)
  1. Maybe Louis CK is a Cosmo supporter.

  2. I applaud George Takei for shattering the stereotype that all gay people are good dancers.

  3. Kelly, are you reading my mind about John Carter? (Also! I liked it but not as much as I thought I would. If I hadn’t read the books, I would be like, “How many types of Martians LIVE on Mars, anyway? Can’t they all just get along?”

  4. I violently resent Gabe’s* characterization of me as the only one upset that John Carter wasn’t the movie we had to watch for Movie Club. A very scientific study will reveal that hundreds of people enjoyed John Carter, and it is my 4th biggest regret from this weekend that I missed it. I will now have to see it during a non-opening night, which is not the same. We only get one chance to hook our dreams to an incandescent opening weekend comet, you guys, and if we miss it then we can at best stew among the soiled embers of the motion picture universe. I bet I would have liked John Carter okay.

    *Or Kelly’s

    • I think I’m going to do a bad movie triple feature with this, Journey 2, Ghost Rider and some smuggled bourbon.

    • And predictably, John Carter is decreed a flop by American critics and box office tenders, but it made $100 million worldwide. I’ve heard it’s perfectly adequate sci-fi-fantasy fare.

      Also my dad somehow saw it a couple weeks ago and did not like it. He wished it were a half hour shorter, and that John Carter would’ve shtupped Dejah Thoris immediately to spare him from the clunky romance plot thread that cut into the warring martian conflict because every romantic scene was like, “Now is he going to bang her? No? Well then wtf was that scene about?! Get back to the martians!”

    • hotspur, you seem like a nice guy and all, but if John Carter isn’t picked up for a sequel, I’m personally blaming you. WHERE WERE YOU ON OPENING WEEKEND?

  5. a few quick points.

    1) Dog celebrity endorsements of political figures confuse me. I mean, on one had, cute. But on the other hand, I feel weird taking the advice of a dog. Like, years from now I don’t think I could get away with having a bumper sticker that says “Don’t blame me, I was just following the advice of Uggie the dog.”

    2) Seriously, where’s the beef? All I see is Hamm! Hahaha

    3) I really thought that Kristen Stewart was already an ice sculpture.

    4) It’s been a long weekend and I’m obviously easily confused today. I think I will go lay down for the last 5 minutes of my lunch break.

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