'Cooking With Walken' Episode One: Chicken

I didn't see him wash his hands once. If Seinfeld can drive around and drink coffee, who says Walken can't realize his cooking show dreams?

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David Lynch Directs Another Commercial For His Coffee Line

Who knows what he secretly switched our coffee with. Coffee. It's a rite of passage into each new day. Many of us look forward to waking to the deep aromas of a fresh pot. It's the only thing that can get us out of bed. Well, now the associated nightmares will also do the job. David Lynch has made a new commercial for his David Lynch Signature Cup Organic Coffee. It's as moody and foreboding as you'd expect from the director of Lost Highway and Mulholland Drive. I especially like the part where the coffee kills its clone and assumes its identity. The master has done it again.


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Florida Couple Is Addicted To Pouring Coffee Up Their Butts

The best part of waking up, is coffee up your butt! I feel torn. Everyone's been posting the Oscars Buzz episode of Between Two Ferns and I had planned to as well. Then, I saw this video about a Florida couple addicted to coffee enemas, and... the heart wants what the heart wants. It's far more important to me to share this than video of Jennifer Lawrence calling Zach Galifianakis fat. Though that was pretty great. Butt-chugging always wins. It is unfortunate that the producers of this show forgot to blur out Mike and Trina's faces.


Christopher Walken's Face Though: 'Peter Pan Live!' First Look

A glimpse into Johnny Depp's future. Today we are greeted to by NBC to a first look at their upcoming musical event, Peter Pan Live! Allison Williams confuses America's penises with her portrayal of Peter Pan, while Christopher Walken's eyes can't hide a shame Johnny Depp doesn't possess as he is made to stare into a camera lens while decked out in full Captain Hook garb. Last year, NBC was pleasantly surprised when their similar production, Sound of Music Live!, unexpectedly dominated in the ratings and set social media ablaze. I anticipate that Peter Pan Live! will receive an even better response. Who wouldn't want to tweet about Christopher Walken being eaten by a crocodile? This is NBC's Sharknado.


See A Romantic New Clip From 'Drive'

The softer side of 'Drive'. Many people (including me) expected Nicolas Winding Refn's Drive to be hard-charging action movie in the vein of The French Connection or The Getaway. But apparently it's a little more complicated than that, as this scene from the movie proves. It shows Ryan Gosling subtly putting the moves on Carey Mulligan, who appears to be trying to look as much like Michelle Williams as possible. This is probably because of Gosling's insistence on only working with actresses who look like or are Michelle Williams. You also get to see Bryan Cranston in action as Gosling's mechanic boss (note: don't get excited, that doesn't say "mechanical boss"), which is nice, especially if you're a fan of"Breaking Bad." Not much badassery in this clip, but I still have hope for the overall badassity of the movie as a whole. (Vulture)


Screen Junkies Show - Dream Sequels: Unbreakable 2 (featuring PATTON OSWALT)

Patton Oswalt visits the show and pitches his dream sequel (or, we should say, sequels) to M. Night Shyamalan's secret comic book movie Unbreakable! Patton Oswalt visits the show and pitches his dream sequel (or, we should say, sequels) to M. Night Shyamalan's secret comic book movie Unbreakable! Screen Junkies approved! Watch feature-length movies for free on Break ??http://brk.cm/MoviesonBreak Become a Screen Junkie! ?? http://bit.ly/sjsubscr


This Video Of Washed-Up 1980's Cartoon Characters Is The Best

The 80's were unkind to a lot of people, both real and fictional. But the harsh realities of the "me' decade weren't just felt by live-action people. This short film by Steve Cutts shows that our favorite 80's and 90's cartoon characters were put through the ringer, and they're working far worse for the wear. Should have spent more time at the gym and the therapist's office and a little less time at Studio 54 (or wherever the hell people were going in the 80's.) How many familiar faces can you spot in this video? I'll help you out in the beginning: Mario. Smurfs. Roger Rabbit.