• Someone built “The Homer,” Homer’s race car from The Simpsons. -GQ
  • Speaking of fans who have made things, here is a fan made a 50th anniversary special Doctor Who (AKA Dr. Who) trailer! It is very well made. You will enjoy it, if it sounds like something you will enjoy! -BuzzFeed
  • In this video, Gilbert Gottfried delivers Walter White’s “I am the one who knocks” speech, and the video is not perfect, but it is very close to being perfect, if what you’re imagining in your head is “perfect” to you. -WarmingGlow
  • It looks like Pixar is going to be shifting its focus back to new titles and holding back on sequels. Uggghh, but I only like things that I already knoowwwwwwuhhhhhhh. -Vulture
  • Kate Dippold talked to Splitsider about The Heat. Want to know what she said? Click 2 find out! -Splitsider
  • Film.com has ranked their top ten films of the year 2013 so far. Are any of your favorites on their list? I’m not sure what my favorites would be so far. Hmmmmm, I haven’t seen Before Midnight yet so I’ll hold back on any voting. -Film
  • Jennifer Anison and Justin Theroux should just live in the middle of the country. Then they can fly to wherever they want and it would be fair for both of them! Problem solved! -Dlisted
Comments (5)
  1. “Come on Michael, everyone coasts on Fridays” – Lindsay Bluth, and also saturnian, and also all of you who are going to come chat:


  2. Also I hope the rest of Hollywood follows Pixar’s lead. It’s comically unlikely, but a man can dream.

  3. The only movie I saw on that list was Stoker, which I liked I think? The soundtrack was awesome. I know that. The rest is still being hashed out even though I saw it like a billion years ago.

  4. Hurray Pixar, I was worried they were turning too Disney. Did they shelf the one with that was inside a little girl’s imagination? That one sounded great. Also, the concept art for Newt looked great. I think Pixar should stop announcing movies as they’re being developed, since they always seem to drop the good ones.

  5. OK yeah that Film.com best of 2013 list is pretty crappy. It’s anti-populist but manages to leave out the best art films that have been released. Better list (trust me): Mud, This Is the End, Spring Breakers, Frances Ha, Something in the Air, Star Trek Into Darkness, Side Effects, Oblivion

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