Afternoon Links: Call Off the Geek Mob — Justin Bieber Isn't in Batman vs. Superman
If you’re still genuinely upset about the Batfleck, well, I feel bad for you, son: The world isn’t done messing with your tender comic-fan heart, as proven by Justin Bieber Instagramming a photo of himself holding a Batman vs. Superman script (otherwise known as the Man of Steel sequel) with the most inflammatory hashtag: “#robin?” Obviously (for reasons outlined by ScreenRant, and also reasons you could probably supply with your own brain), it’s a fake, and likely relates to an upcoming Funny or Die skit Bieber recently shot. Think of this as your intensive training course in cinematic anger preparedness, and learn to alleviate your fury with repeated viewings of Batfleck tossing sandwiches into the back of the Good Will Batmobile, as seen above.
- Television is about to get probed with the Tomatometer: Rotten Tomatoes’s “TV Zone” launches tomorrow.
- Musician/model/actress/person Sky Ferreira and Zachary Cole Smith of indie-rock band DIIV were arrested for possession of a whole lot of heroin and some ecstasy and charged with a grab bag of other, less interesting offenses.
- Seventy-year-old comedian Billy Connolly was treated for prostate cancer, then diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease.
- Think of something happy, quick! OK, Lily Rabe has joined The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Parts 1 and 2.
- You’re all pretty upset over spoilers, considering that, statistically, every single one of you watched Breaking Bad last night. Here are some lovely photos tweeted by “Ozymandias” director Rian Johnson, and here is the spoileriest post of the bunch that is worth a read IF YOU DARE (ducks under desk to hide from reader swats). Also, Breaking Bad has inspired some rehab scholarships, which is strange and I guess good? But mostly strange.
- Ah, the Miss America audience. What a group.
- A zoned-out hot person from the “Blurred Lines” video has been cast in Gone Girl.
- Time to look for different balls to wreck: Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth have called off their engagement.
- Prepare for a very long, very sad Emmys “In Memoriam” segment.
- “I feel like your joke is that I’m still alive. My crime is not dying.” —Sarah Silverman
- Here’s to the ladies who brunch.
- Who’s excited for premiere week? Apparently, nobody.
- Now stare deep into this NES nebula until September Santa shoots down your chimney with your copy of GTA 5. Don’t forget to leave out some cookies and a pumpkin spice latte.
Filed Under: Ben Affleck, Breaking Bad, Emmys, Justin Bieber, Liam Hemsworth, Loose Ends, Miley Cyrus, The Hunger Games
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