Science seriously needs to have its head examined. Last year Science tried to tell us that Bella Hadid was the most beautiful woman IN THE WORLD, now they say Robert Pattison is the “world’s most handsome man” when he’s not even the world’s most handsome Cullen Family vampire (Kristin Stewart is certainly more handsome). No, Science is either drunk, or high, or a 12-year-old girl. Science is giving People Magazine a run for its money for the title of World’s Worst Superlative Chooser.
Back in October, Jared Leto learned the cold hard truth that people really do still want to see movies about The Joker (just not ones starring him). Todd Phillips’ gritty, greasy Joker broke a bunch of box office records, which in Hollywood accounting terms means it will probably be getting a sequel. There’s word that the sequel will have Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker meeting Batman. And it’s rumored that one of the names being thrown around for Batman is Ryan Gosling.
You’re not a real American unless you’re wearing a red, white, and blue bikini while lighting off red, white and blue roman candles out of your nostrils as you sport a huge tattoo of the raising of the flag at Iwo Jima on your right asscheek. Hence, the Neil Armstrong biopic First Man, starring Ryan Gosling, has already been called un-American by failed 2016 presidential candidate Marco Rubio and Breitbart for not including the lunar planting of the flag scene. You’ve probably already stopped reading this to muse about Ryan Gosling in a bikini. Me too.
Crowds didn’t exactly swamp the movie theater this weekend to spend three hours with Harrison Ford and Ryan Gosling in Blade Runner 2049 — even if Harrison really did punch precious pony Ryan! Continue reading
When the world’s gone to shit, sometimes it’s holding on to rage over the little things that helps us survive the Big Stuff. One of those little things is the papyrus font. So, many people felt Saturday Night Live’s takedown of the only font that might challenge Comic Sans as the world’s most hated font. Here’s the skit:
It turns out the creator of Papyrus, Chris Costello, has seen the skit and has some choice words for all you haters out there.
Harrison Ford is forever? Maybe that explains how his 75-year-old ass has been able to walk away from multiple plane accidents.
Last December, Ryan Gosling told GQ a story about how he took a punch to his pretty face from Harrison while filming Blade Runner 2049. It was during a take where Harrison was supposed to stage punch Ryan, but Harrison ended up getting a real one in. Now it’s time for Harrison’s side of the story.