John Cusack as Edgar Allan Poe (and hopefully teaming up with young Abe Lincoln to hunt vampires).
Bill Compton as Doctor Doom and either Jack Bauer or John McClane as the Thing.
Jon Hamm: “If Rob Lowe had been cast in the part, it would have been different. There was no backstory with me.”
An interesting write up on Phonogram: The Singles Club.
Behind the “Frazenfreude.”
Stephen Hawking changes his views on God.
Just imagine this: An 80 hour Lost marathon.
5 mind blowing ways that your memory plays tricks on you.
5 UFO sightings that even non-crazy people find creepy.
5 stupidest ways that movies deal with foreign languages.
6 famous unsolved mysteries (that have totally been solved).
January Jones: “I need not to think about my character. Betty is so blissfully ignorant in certain ways, so I feel like I should be too.”
A cannibal restaurant in Berlin. Figures.
Laura Marling’s award-nominated love triangle.
Self-described CIA assassin dies in ([accidental] self-imposed) gun accident.
And, I tell ya, August and I have really missed doing our Mad Men write ups the past few episodes, especially since, as far as I’m concerned, this has been the show’s strongest season yet, but on the plus side, it’s probably spared you an incredible amount of Nora Zehetner photos that I would’ve just bombarded you with…
Creepy artificial arm from the 1800s.
Peter Travers talks with Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
Is Barnes & Noble really going bye bye?
Blah blah blah bedbugs.
The Bloom Box: A power plant the size of a coffee mug.
The perilous profession of underground mining.
Wormholes in NYC.
I honestly can’t believe that they renewed Human Target.
Booty calls are their own special type of relationship.