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  1. whoa
    Let These Jim Carrey Quotes Blow Your Mind, Man“I don’t have a crisis anymore. I know I don’t exist.”
  2. whoa
    Please Enjoy This Photo of an Oscar-Winning ActressShe’s deep in character!
  3. whoa
    Dakota Johnson’s 21 Best Fifty Shades Darker Line Readings“You’re not putting those in my butt.”
  4. whoa
    Chelsea Handler Claims Cosby Tried to ‘Cosby’ HerYeah, his last name is really a verb now.
  5. whoa
    Weirdness of the Day: You May Want to Watch ’Til DeathIt got crazy last season.
  6. whoa
    Keanu-Slideshow Mania Overtakes InternetWe’ve created a genre!
  7. whoa
    Vulture’s Complete Field Guide to the Facial Expressions of Keanu ReevesComplete with our patented Kean-u-meter™!
  8. the comics page
    Exclusive Comics Excerpt: ‘Amelia Rules’All week on the Comics Page, we’re excerpting a special Independence Day issue of Jimmy Gownley’s wonderful all-ages comic Amelia Rules, “The Things I Cannot Change,” a funny and touching story of duty to family, to country, and to friends.
  9. the comics page
    Exclusive Comics Excerpt: ‘Amelia Rules’All week on the Comics Page, we’re excerpting a special Independence Day issue of Jimmy Gownley’s wonderful all-ages comic Amelia Rules, “The Things I Cannot Change,” a funny and touching story of duty to family, to country, and to friends.
  10. the comics page
    Exclusive Comics Excerpt: ‘Amelia Rules’All week on the Comics Page, we’re excerpting a special Independence Day issue of Jimmy Gownley’s wonderful all-ages comic Amelia Rules, “The Things I Cannot Change,” a funny and touching story of duty to family, to country, and to friends.
  11. countdown
    Harry Potter Theory of the Day: Harry Must Die!Theory: Harry Potter will die in order to defeat Voldemort. The argument for: J.K. Rowling has shown herself willing to kill beloved characters before, from Sirius Black to Dumbledore.
  12. ranters and ravers
    Is ‘Transformers’ Better Than Sex?There’s nothing like a summer blockbuster to bring out passion in the critics. Should these flicks be judged with the same standards as, say, an Ingmar Bergman or Brad Bird film, or are they simply escapist teenage fun where plot and character are rendered irrelevant? Michael Bay’s Transformers has left many in the critical establishment reaching for earplugs and aspirin, while fan sites have declared it mind-blowing. Just as Decepticons face off against Autobots, so is the pride of the critical establishment pitted against hyperbolic online magazines.
  13. overnights
    ‘John From Cincinnati’: The Problem With CassIn our John From Cincinnati daydreams, the show is a perfectly calibrated mix of memorable characters engaging in entertainingly streetwise banter to express their thoughts about the supernatural events complicating an epic family drama.
  14. right-click
    In Case You Were Worried, 50 Cent Is Fine With Money Right NowThe latest MP3s to hit the blogs.
  15. apropos of nothing
    Disney Animation, 1938: No Girls Allowed!The Beat links to an amazing pop-culture artifact: a 1938 rejection letter from Disney to a woman looking for a job as an animator. Printed on gorgeous Snow White stationery, the letter lays out the company’s policy in brutal detail:
  16. liner notes
    Who Drew Those Cool Little Taste Explosions in ‘Ratatouille’?With Ratatouille hitting No. 1 on the box-office charts this past weekend — though its $47 million take notably fell short of the openings of past Pixar hits Cars and Monsters, Inc. — animator and comics artist Michael Gagné sheds light on one tiny but delightful aspect of the film.
  17. countdown
    Harry Potter Theory of the Day: Harry Is a HorcruxTheory: Harry himself is one of the seven Horcruxes in which Voldemort has stored fragments of his soul.
  18. art candy
    The Multitasking BuddhaRudolf Stingel, the art critics’ darling whose highly anticipated retrospective opened this weekend at the Whitney, has a funny way of exploring artistic process. While he’s best known for his colossal minimalist constructions (Styrofoam “canvases,” transformative installations — both of which are on view at the Whitney), we kind of like the look of this multitasking Buddha: a tranquil (though perhaps maniacal) take on artistic apprenticeship.
  19. quote machine
    Werner Herzog Would Watch You Reading the Phone Book“If you’re purely after facts, please buy yourself the phone directory of Manhattan. It has four million times correct facts.” –Werner Herzog on how he reacts to accusations that he’s taken factual liberties in some of his documentaries
  20. trailer mix
    ‘Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead’: Philip Seymour Hoffman, Ethan Hawke, and … French Subtitles?What’s this distinguished cast doing in a rattly piece of claptrap like Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead? Philip Seymour Hoffman and Ethan Hawke play brothers planning to rob their parents’ jewelry store. Marisa Tomei plays Hoffman’s wife. Albert Finney plays the father. And Brían F. O’Byrne plays a hood who gets in the middle.