• Just a good statue of Colin Firth in Pride and Prejudice. -FilmDrunk
  • Ben Schwartz stopped by Paul F. Tompkins’ Speakeasy to talk about the importance of taking breaks and Rejected Jokes and other things but you pretty much need to be able to list two solid things for blurb like this and now we’re done! -Speakeasy
  • James Cameron thinks Hollywood uses 3D too much. Oh! -/Film
  • Guillermo del Toro  wants Charlie Kaufman to write a Slaughterhouse-Five adaptation. He also wants Benedict Cumberbatch to play Frankenstein in a Frankenstein adaptation. Man it’s just want, want, want with this guy. -Indiewire
  • All of the pie and coffee in Twin Peaks: the supercut. -Slackatory
  • George Clooney and Stacy Keibler have broken up for good, I guess. Who knows. Time to take down their heart on your Perfect Celebrity Couples cork board and burn it out back, though, just in case. -Dlisted
  • It looks like Donald Glover will appear in less than half of the Community‘s next season. Eek! YOUR TROY! -Vulture
Comments (16)
  1. I just don’t get the Colin Firth thing, you guys. I just don’t.

  2. I would watch a Benicio Del Toro adaptation of Slaughterhouse Five. I would probably walk away disappointed, though.

  3. It appears that Guillermo del Toro and I have a few things in common…

  4. oh hey james cameron. how bout you stop using 3d yourself? youve re-created a monster. and not the fun kind.

    • Yeah, but taking away the possibility of seizure would rob the experience of watching a James Cameron film of the one thing that makes it bearable: hope.

  5. I can’t wait for the next Childish Gambino record. It will be literally the most interesting thing to hear Donald Glover be super sad about angry Twitter followers and how the haters just don’t get him and how when he fucks a girl of a certain ethnicity it makes him think about, I don’t know, just stuff, man. OVER THE MOST EPIC YET CONTEMPLATIVE BEATS BECAUSE WE’RE ALL LIVING OUR LIVES BUT DONALD’S JUST TRYING TO LIVE HIS TOO YOU FEEL ME.

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