CGI appears even in the most unlikely of places. The latest is in hiding a cover-up on star Dakota Johnson with digital pubic hair. There are huge space battles and fully digital characters and this.
I've seen Batman fighting criminals, driving awesome vehicles, or even deeply depressed but I've never seen him as sexually aroused as in this neat mash-up trailer by Josh Meeter called Fifty Shades of Wayne. Watching this made me think about the weird sexual toys Bruce Wayne would have if he were Grey.
Combining the Fifty Shades of Grey trailer and the Dark Knight trilogy is way funnier than it has any right to be. I'll admit that "cave diving" and "potent hallucinogens" made me laugh against my will. This is somehow much more entertaining than expected.
Gleefully shitting on Fifty Shades of Grey became its own pastime as soon as the books started climbing up bestseller lists. But as easy as it is to lambast a trilogy of books written from the standpoint of a sexual idiot savant with a fifth-grade reading level, there's something smarmy and inauthentic about knocking…
The helicopter, the elevator scene, the hyper-articulated six-pack abs, the breathy dialogue ... they're all here in this meticulously detailed trailer for Fifty Shades of Bricks. For the full effect, check out the side-by-side comparison between live-action and Lego parody trailers here, and ask yourself: which…
I didn't read Fifty Shades of Grey. I probably won't see the movie. In fact, I don't even really know what the damn thing is about outside of the sensational BDSM scenes that drove suburban moms so wild. But hot damn, the soundtrack is steamy, as is the new video for The Weeknd's single "Earned It."
Bacteriology and toxicology researchers have found volumes infected with herpes and traces of cocaine in all the copies of Fifty Shades of Grey at a public library. According to these experts, modern drugs tests will be able to detect traces of coke from the books in your body after reading them.
In related news: Did you know books can get herpes?
The Diamond Club is an erotic fiction book that reached as high as #4 on the iTunes paid eBooks list just behind the Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy. It's an amazing accomplishment as it's only been on sale for three days. And even more amazing since it's a fake book.