• Here are some Game of Thrones photos from Entertainment Weekly. -EW
  • Nick Offerman (yaaayy) was on Jay Leno last night (boooooo) and here is talking about how much Chris Pratt can eat. (Yaaay.) -LateNight
  • Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore are dream teaming up once again for a new untitled romcom about “a couple who, after disastrous blind date, are stuck together in a family resort with their children from previous marriages.” Sounds like an episode of I Shouldn’t Be Alive! Not a joke, just, it does! -Collider
  • Here’s a sneak peek at The Venture Bros‘ fifth season. Comes back May 19th! -AdultSwim
  • The man who secretly filmed Romney’s 47% comments is going to reveal himself tomorrow night on MSNBC. Here he talks about how Bill Clinton inspired him to do it. -HuffingtonPost
  • Recently at SXSW, Jim Carrey shot down the rumor that he was asked to join the film adaptation of Guardians of the Galaxy. Oh noooo? -FilmDrunk
Comments (9)
  1. Courtney forgot to use air quotes when she said “16″.

    • Stodden? There’s hidden Stodden in the links? She just lurks around VG compelling me to re-read for the appearance of her beastly name?

  2. Nick Offerman on Jay Leno is like the physical manifestation of Karma. It should be a painting and hang in an art museum somewhere.

  3. Venture Brothers and the new Star Trek movie in the same weekend? I might have a nerd overload and die!

  4. I am excited to hear about the 47% filmer! When the video came out I was really curious to know whether it was filmed by staff at the venue, or by someone who paid $10,000 (or whatever it was) to be there. I also wanted to know why they went to Mother Jones instead of like, MSNBC or the NYT. Mother Jones is great, obviously, and do really good investigative journalism, but they’re not exactly a household name.

  5. Latebreaking link! Veronica Mars movie kickstarter exists! And it seems legit unless I am being duped (which is totally possible, I am an idiot).

  6. This summer, Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore return in “The Law of Diminishing Marginal Utility.”

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