Big news out today for the third installment of Christopher Nolan's Batman franchise. We now know the villains Batman will face and who will play one of those villains.
Fans of Fox's Fringe will may enjoy this music video of the recent romantic episodes of the dueling Olivias (Anna Torn).
A lot of people have been discussing the political vitriol that's been spewing about our hyper-connected cyberscape. And some have even commented that said vitriol is somewhat less vitriolic since the Arizona tragedy. However, this Archie cover still seems like a stretch to happen in the real world.
This model of Ohio State's famous football stadium, the Horseshoe, is made out of a crap-ton of Legos. Figuratively. But, literally, it's still a lot of Legos.
Tonight you can see the return of what was really one of the top five comedies of last season: Parks and Recreation. Here's a quick review of the season premier. And here is a terrific interview with Amy Poehler.
I don't know what else to say for this...thing...except that it is one crazy frackin' bike.
Also, I have learned a new word today. It is Voorwerpjes.
Finally, I cannot pass up providing this link to a discussion about the extreme polarization of individuals' critical responses to media and art. If my brief description there has put you off, here's the real title, which speaks much better for itself: "Which is worse, epic hyperbole!!! or “meh”?"(big ol' HT to Linda Holmes)