You’ll literally be slaying everyone at the gym.
If you’re not afraid of getting down and dirty, you’re not paying attention. Warning: SPOILERS for many movies ahead!
When you’re done reading, gift them to someone who could use the paper cuts.
Put a famous person on it!
These films are dark, depraved, and deeply hilarious.
Let the interview commence.
Do you like ‘Huey Lewis and The News?’ God I hate Paul Allen.
Plus the grooming secrets of 5 real-life Patrick Batemans, 9 of the weirdest items astronauts have taken to space, and the quiz that tells you what kind of Girls critic you are.
The Doctor Who star is turning serial killer on the London stage.
Oh my god, it even has a typo. (h/t @nycsouthpaw)
He’s going to star in a musical version of American Psycho.
“And it’s a story that might bore you but you don’t have to listen…”
And he totally trolled the Hamptons, too.
Over the past 20 years, Jared Leto has lost weight, gained weight, and shaved his eyebrows — all to create the perfect style for his eclectic roles. Check out how many different looks he’s tried on.
It is blowing my MIND how much he looks like him.
Who needs copywriters? Seventeen ads.
It is perfect because Disick has long-since been compared to the American Psycho character.
Excerpts from the alternately hilarious and horrifying e-mail from a jilted investment banker to a woman who would not go on a second date with him, presented by Christian Bale as Patrick Bateman. Read the whole, sad thing here. Typos and creepy stalker language are all his.
Patrick Bateman gives his full in-depth review of Rebecca Black’s “Friday.” View Image ›
Move over, Sweeney Todd. Another singing psycho is nearing his Broadway debut.
Here’s a fairly catchy, somewhat techno-y remix of “This Must Be The Place” set to a reenactment of American Psycho. Watch Video ›
Remember that famous scene where Christian Bale wigs out over a business card? This is basically the same thing. Just real. And not ultimately ironic. Watch Video ›
Producers say they’re working on bringing a musical version of the novel/movie to Broadway by 2010. Read More ›