Movie News After Dark: We Wish Elisabeth Moss Would Pick Us in a Game of ‘Marry, F*ck, Kill’

Captain America 2

We begin this evening’s Movie News After Dark shenanigans with Captain America stepping into the world of S.H.I.E.L.D for his tour in Captain America: The Winter Soldier. It continues with plenty of movie chat, including great baseball flicks, Scary Movie 2, walking out of the theater and Vin Diesel driving a radio-controlled car. Or as we call it around here, just another Tuesday night.

The Best Baseball Movies – The Playlist gets into the opening day spirit (and the fact that 42 is hitting theaters) with a list of great baseball movies. Yes, of course A League of Their Own is on there. I wouldn’t link to it, otherwise.

Marry, F*ck, Kill with Elisabeth Moss – First, Mad Men uber-cutie Elisabeth Moss did a great photoshoot and interview with GQ. During which she played a game of “Marry, F*ck, Kill” with the men of Sterling Cooper Draper Price. Gosh-dammit, she’s cute.

Why Scary Movie 2 is seriously underrated – Ethan Saathoff takes to to defend said claim. In the end, he makes some surprisingly salient points. Scary Movie 2 might actually be underrated.

Roger Ebert’s best reviews of movies based on books – BookRiot has collected them, sorted them, alphabetized them, Dewey Decimelized them and presented them for you in this neat little blog post. Approved reading material. Get it, bookish lovelies.

What would it take to make you walk out of a movie? – I’d love to see your thoughts on this, dear reader, in the comments below. Chris Campbell has led a great discussion about the subject at Lets have our own right here, right now.

14 characters for G.I. Joe 3 – Of course there’s going to be another G.I. Joe movie. Paul Young at ScreenRant has already begun dream-casting characters from the Joe universe for the next round.

Fast, Furious RC Cars – Someone remade the Fast & Furious 6 trailer with radio-controlled cars. It’s not actually that much different.

Neil Miller is the Founder and Publisher of Film School Rejects. For almost a decade, he has been talking movies on television, the radio, and the Internet. As of yet, no one has stopped him.

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