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Beauty

  1. apropos of nothing
    Jesus to Return … As a Badass Action Hero?Drew Heriot, director of The Secret, is currently working on an adaptation of the Aquarian Gospel to be “shot using actors and computer animation like 300.”
  2. overnights
    ‘Friday Night Lights’: Finally, a Good-Looking High-School Quarterback Gets Some ActionAt long last, it is raining babes for Matt Saracen, also known as “QB1,” which is Texan for “starting quarterback.” Julie is dragging her broken heart around, wondering why she ever pushed him away (’cause he’s dull and predictable, that’s why, Julie).
  3. apropos of nothing
    On Vulture’s Christmas List: ‘Seagalogy,’ an In-Depth Study of Steven Seagal’s FilmographyBlack Friday is nearly upon us, but why bother going to some horrible, overcrowded mall when you can purchase the most perfect all-purpose holiday gift online?
  4. quote machine
    John Mayer Displays an Incredible Self-AwarenessPlus: Quotes from Lupe Fiasco and Mindy Kaling!
  5. strike zone
    Writers’ Strike Becoming More of a Bummer Every DaySNL’s crew gets laid off, etc.
  6. chat room
    Nicholas Gurewitch Kind of Regrets That ‘Poo’ ComicBut only kind of.
  7. quote machine
    Thurston Moore No Guitar HeroPlus: Quotes from Jack Nicholson and Glenn Fry!
  8. news reel
    Did Visa Steal Its Latest Ad From Dustin Hoffman’s Toy Store?The same setting, the same music — but the makers of Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium don’t seem upset.
  9. chat room
    Director Julien Temple on Knowing Joe StrummerHaving already worked with legends like Neil Young and David Bowie, Julien Temple looks set to solidify his status as rock and roll’s favorite director with a new film on Joe Strummer.
  10. kudos
    Oscar Futures: ‘American Gangster’ Ready to Play Like GangbustersWho’s up? Who’s down?
  11. kudos
    Oscar Futures: ‘American Gangster’ Ready to Play Like GangbustersWho’s up? Who’s down?
  12. art candy
    Artist Frederick Mershimer Actually Makes the F Train Look Good, For OnceSure, the results seem slightly dated, but any medium that keeps the F train looking quaint and pristine, as it does in the above image, is fine by us.