Enjoy The Next Episode Of 'Silver Linings Batman'

Detroit will be doubling for Gotham in the next Superman/Batman film. Makes sense. We've got a despondent alcoholic who's trying to find some upside to the week-old Affleck casting news. Actually, the Internet probably contains millions of such people, but this guy got his own TV show, so he's the one we'll be paying attention to. Smile, buddy. I'd hate to see how he will react to the news that Zach Braff will be playing the new Ironman.

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'Silver Linings Batman': The Darkest Hour

Is this what rock bottom looks like? We're now weeks past the announcement that Ben Affleck will play Batman in Zack Snyder's Batman vs. Superman film and the situation is growing more grim for our hero. He's trying to keep it positive and focus on all of the good that can come from this casting, but cracks are starting to show. For instance, drinking Beefeater and Cutty Sark in unison from a straw. Those are significant cracks. Keep your chin up, drunk guy on Internet!


Take A Look At 'Gotham' Before The Batman

It's the Muppet Babies version of Batman How many times do we need to watch Bruce Wayne's parents get murdered? Lots more I guess, because now there's a series devoted to the immediate fallout of that event that focuses on the earlier days of Gotham City while its defenders and costumed crazies were still Muppet Babies. A Smallville for the Batman universe, if you will. Gotham is anchored by a young Jim Gordon, the rookie officer who actually gives a damn. He navigates corruption, gangland politics, and the small time crooks who will one day harness the destructive powers of penguins, flowers, and being really good at riddles. I'll stick with the Tommy Wiseau version.


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.


'Gotham' Promo Reveals The Joker To Be Just Some Wiener Kid

Well, that was a letdown. It was announced early in Gotham's run that each episode would feature a character that may or may not eventually become Batman's greatest foe, the Joker. This has sparked several theories about who might become Gotham's clown prince. Everyone from the pilot's hacky comedian to The Penguin have been flagged as potential Jokers in waiting. However, in the time since that news was announced, the producers have decided to say, awww, screw it, and just get right to the Joker. Without further ado, this promo reveals that the Joker is.... some wiener kid! Enjoy, fans of that kind of thing.


'71' Trailer: Jack O'Connell Once Again Caught Behind Enemy Lines

It's like an Oscar bait version of 'Judgment Night'. Jack O'Connell has eased into a successful groove by playing young soldiers left for dead by their governments. He's drawing rave reviews for his performance in Angelina Jolie's Unbroken, and likewise for '71, the directorial debut from Yann Demange. In this film, he once again plays a soldier forced to go through hell in order to return home safely. However, the setting and circumstances are different here. He plays a British soldier lost amongst during violent riots in Belfast, Northern Ireland. With the IRA hunting him down, he must survive the night in a city that wants him dead. It's really just an Oscar bait version of 1993's Judgment Night. Both films are about a likable guy being hunted by the Irish. Here it's the Provisional IRA, there it was Denis Leary.


'You Look Like Sh*t' Movie Line Supercut

Jesus. Get some sleep. I'm surprised it took us this long to get a supercut of movie characters telling each other that they look like shit. I mean, we have one of people saying, "It's the 90's," so we might as well have one that's equally condescending, even if it's more directly so. With no more further ado (because what else can be said), here is a supercut that might just make you feel better about how you look today. Even if you really do look like shit. Do you even own a mirror? (A.V. Club)