• By now I’m sure you’ve heard that the Arrested Development movie is going to start filming this summer. Oh! How about that. Are you going to drink an Arrested Development themed cocktail tonight to celebrate? Is it going to be blue? Don’t be a liar. -NME
  • It’s crazy to think that if it weren’t for Twitter we all might be under the impression that Alec Baldwin was not a crazy person. Right? What a world! Here is Tina Fey trying to do some damage control about what he Tweeted about leaving NBC. -Vulture
  • Did you know that there was going to be a Short Circuit remake? Did you not know but the news isn’t surprising and you hardly even care and, if anything, you’re only a little annoyed? Didja? -SlashFilm
  • Richard Lawson wrote about not particularly wanting to like Girls but then kind of liking it, something I’m sure almost all of us will be able to relate to soon. -TheAtlantic
  • Look at what Jenny Humphry is doing. Really I mean do not look, but: Look. If only she never went to that Blair slumber party. -Dlisted
  • A few weeks ago, a video was on the Internet of Larry David “having a melt down” (not having a melt down) when he couldn’t figure out how to leave a parking garage, and last night he explained the ordeal on Conan. And today here is a link to it! -TeamCoco
  • Do you like podcasts? Do you want to listen to FilmDrunk’s podcast? They talk about Mel Gibson! You love that guy! -FilmDrunk
  • This is a video of window cleaners on the Empire State Building, in case you wanted to watch something scary but wasn’t sure of exactly what. -TheDailyWhat
Comments (13)
  1. That Larry Divid interview was great. Now I want to watch some Curb and I don’t have any. Oh, and I’ve got to go back to work. C’est la vie.

    • I have been trying to find out how Larry David accepted a role in The Three Stooges. I wonder if it was some sort of Joel Coen-Cohen mixup a la Bill Murray and Garfield.

  2. “No reassemble, Stephanie! – Johnny 5 #nothingissacred

  3. Did Maybe ever do anything beyond that bit part she played in the Kristin Stuart and Dakota Fanning punk rock girl movie? You know the one: “Hello daddy, hello Mawm, I’m your ch-ch-ch-ch-ch-cherry bawmb.” She deserved better.

  4. Hahaha! The director of Short Circuit thinks the fact that robotics are essential to the war in Afghanistan is “relevant” to preteen girls. Big hit I’m sure, let’s call it Johnette Carter.

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