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Well this is just absolutely unbelievable: Rob Reiner says that, at one point, he tried to get John Mayer to write a score for Princess Bride musical. YES, THAT JOHN MAYER. Obviously there is only one thing that can possibly be said about such an idea:
Nothing against Cary Elwes (who I'm sure is a fine and diligent writer), but if anyone is going to write a memoir about the wacky hijinks on the set of The Princess Bride, it seems like it should be Wallace Shawn.
Christopher Guest, who was nearly unrecognizable in his role as Count Tyrone Rugen aka the Six-Fingered Man in The Princess Bride, admitted Monday that he occasionally yearns for the days when he was extra-digital.
This works very well — and not just because everyone's in love with Fred Savage, and that love intensified when he grew up to direct episodes of Party Down*. And YouTube commenters are normally the worst — but Severus Thnape's, "My name is Robb Stark. You killed my father. Brb gonna get married," is the best.
Say hello to your best new little friends. I know, that was a long song, but this is pretty rad, stick with me. On Sunday's episode of NFL Kickoff, hosts Trey Wingo, Mark Schlereth, and Tedy Bruschi stuffed an insane amount of The Princess Bride quotes into their half-hour show.
The only way to improve upon an evening spent watching The Princess Bride for the thousandth time is to add wine. And now there's the perfect wine for the occasion, Princess Bride wine! "The Bottle of the Wits" is the genius creation of the Alamo Drafthouse in Austin, Texas, and you can choose from the "Inconceivable…
As part of Good Morning America's "80s Week," the morning show reunited the cast of The Princess Bride. (The part of the cast that's still living. RIP André the Giant and Peter Falk!) The actors chatted about how often their famously quotable lines come back to haunt them, with Cary Elwes, who played Westley,…