- Not sure who created the above collage of through-the-legs movie posters, but check out the full version to see an alarming amount of posters that do this (they still didn't catch 'em all).

- A big hats off to the gents (and they are all gents; it's a real sausage-fest over there) at Film School Rejects for knocking it out of the park on April Fool's Day; shaming any other sites that try to sneak in just one (lame) fake news story by instead creating an entire day's worth of content from April 1st, 1980. I'm a big fan of This Month in VHS, but their Geocities-worthy gif of a theater marquee is really what ties it all together, I think.

- Normally I have little interest when actors are merely 'in talks', but I wish Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston got far more big screen work, so here's to hoping he does end up alongside Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts in Larry Crowne.

- Nightmare Before Christmas and Coraline director Henry Selick has returned to Disney after signing a long-term deal to make stop-motion animated features exclusively for the studio. I know that DreamWorks and Sony have made a lot of progress with their animated films of late, but between Selick, Pixar, and US rights to Hayao Miyazaki's films, Disney sure has the animation market on lock down.