If you’re not one of those crazies who’s made a complete, researched ranking of Steven Spielberg’s 28 films (who’d do a thing like that?), you’ve almost definitely at one point gone through a shared human experience: catching one of the great Spielberg works and immediately wanting to refresh/educate yourself on the rest of the collection. (It was E.T. last Friday night for me; realized my daughter will end up seeing like a dozen more Spielberg movies and that Spielberg will be the master director for children forever.) But once you realize Netflix only has Hook, 1941, and Amistad, you can turn to this taster’s platter YouTube supercut featuring juicy bites of every one of Spielz’s movies, in chronological order, in 55 minutes.
It looks like Shia took himself to rehab.
“I said to [The Expendables producer] Avi Lerner, ‘If it works out and you have a good script, Avi, you know where to find me if you still want me.’ It’s as simple as that really.” —Pierce Brosnan, future Expendables cast member
We’re there, humans: the all-emoji social network.
Jay Z and Jee Z teamed up again for “Seen It All.”
Jack White opened a gig with an instrumental version of Kanye’s “Black Skinhead.”
Someone stole the Fault in Our Stars bench from Amsterdam. Ah, to be young and a klepto!
Kevin Smith visited the set of Episode VII. This happened:
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Here’s what Frozen originally looked like, when it was being developed as a hand-drawn animated film.
“Maybe I’m not supposed to tell this story, but [Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams] were really not getting along one day on set. Really not. And Ryan came to me, and there’s 150 people standing in this big scene, and he says, ‘Nick come here.’ And he’s doing a scene with Rachel and he says, ‘Would you take her out of here and bring in another actress to read off camera with me?'” —Nick Cassavetes bursts the bubble on The Notebook
The Night Shift — an NBC hospital show unrelated to the Stephen King collection with a similar title — has been renewed for a second season.
And Crazy, Stupid, Love. directors Glenn Ficarra and John Requa are going to helm Tina Fey’s Taliban Shuffle.