• Oh, what a day of web series firsts! First of the firsts, here’s the first episode of Fred Armisen and Charlyne Yi’s new web series “Bandmates.” -CharlyneYi
  • And second of the firsts, here is the first episode of Paul F. Tompkins’ new web series “Speakeasy,” with Modern Family‘s Ty Burrell! What a day! -Mademan
  • This is a supercut of all of the kicking from Kickboxer. I’m not sure what else you expected when you turned on your computer today. -FilmDrunk
  • Joe Biden appeared on Meet the Press this weekend and one of the things he discussed was gay marriage, saying that he was completely comfortable with the idea and thinks that “Will & Grace probably did more to educate the American public than almost anything anybody’s ever done so far.” -WarmingGlow
  • Mark Wahlberg was photographed wearing only, like, underwear or something. A bikini bottom? Do you want to see the photos? Are you even still listening or have you already clicked through? -Dlisted
  • Oohh, and speaking of POLITICS (the Mark Wahlberg thing), Charles Barkley had some things to say to Mitt Romney this past weekend! -TheDailyWhat
  • And I hate to end on such a REAL note, but James Cameron has an important announcement about the kind of movies he’s going to be making for the rest of his life. (Only Avatar movies.) (No JK.) (For real.) -NYTimes
Comments (17)
  1. Will And Grace taught the public that there are people out there who are super super gay and that is the extent of their personalities.

  2. What’s a nice way to tell James Cameron that he’s devoting the rest of life to something pretty dumb?

  3. After all the kicks in Kickboxer, I can’t wait for a supercut of all the blood in Bloodsport and all the streets in Street Fighter.

  4. You guys, I’ve been sitting on this news all day, just waiting for the afternoon links. Prepare to get SAD, because the 39 pound cat has died.

  5. What killed him? My money is on curiosity.

  6. “I think within the “Avatar” landscape I can say everything I need to say that I think needs to be said, in terms of the state of the world and what I think we need to be doing about it. ”

    Yes, because Avatar was a PROFOUND examination of “the state of the world,” whatever the fuck that even means. Ugh, James Cameron.

    • More like a profound examination of the $tate of the World, right?

    • Seriously. I read that response, like, five time trying to figure out if he was joking or not. Does he really believe what he is saying? Avatar 2, Avatar 3, Avatar 4, Avatar 5… What is he even talking about?

    • You said it, That One.

      “I’m in the ‘Avatar’ business. Period. That’s it. I’m making ‘Avatar 2,’ ‘Avatar 3,’ maybe ‘Avatar 4,’ and I’m not going to produce other people’s movies for them. I’m not interested in taking scripts.”

      OH BROTHER. What happened to Battle Angel? Cameron was quoted at one point stating Avatar was made first to master the technology he wanted to use on Battle Angel.

      Whatever. I’m sure whatever Cameron does will make money and bully for him, but jeez louise, does the world really need any more interviews with him?

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