Aw, Remember The Good Old Days When Jennifer Lawrence Used To Pose In <i>Just</i> The Red Swimsuit?
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Aw, Remember The Good Old Days When Jennifer Lawrence Used To Pose In Just The Red Swimsuit?

By Joanna Robinson | Pajiba Love | August 16, 2012 | Comments ()


I remember hearing that Jennifer Lawrence had her 2011 Oscars gown designed to mimic that killer red swimsuit she wore for Esquire. Or was it the one she wore for Rolling Stone? Anyway, point is, the girl likes her red swimsuits. And that's fine. It all taps into a sort of primordial, Yasmine Bleethy corner of our brains. Here she is for Vogue...this time with a jacket. That's right, mix it up, Katniss. (Celebitchy)

Some guy shot himself in the butt while watching the new Bourne movie. That's really all I have to say about that. CinemaBlend ties it into the Aurora shooting and questions whether people should carry guns in public, etc. And that's all well in good. But I'm too weary in re: human stupidity to extrapolate any meaning. (CB)

Seriously. What is with today today? Someone get me my emergency rasher of bacon. (Neatorama)

TFE breaks down what you should do when Ryan Gosling calls. Sounds about right. (TFE)

I had never heard of tilt-shift photography before but it is bananas. Have you seen these images from the Olympics? How is that first one not a model? (Laughing Squid)

I want this "Game of Thrones" Risk board. And dudes, dudettes, I don't even play Risk. I just know that you're supposed to get everyone on Papua New Guinea and just build up and build up... (Fay Helfer)

Let's be clear right now, no matter what the marketing team decides to do, I will see Seven Psychopaths. That being said, I cannot believe someone as clever as Martin McDonagh signed off on the following Shih Tzu puns. (First Showing)

Speaking of marketing departments, the Twilight peeps released new images from Breaking Dawn Part II and Vince over at FilmDrunk had a field day. I don't know if I consumed too much coffee or not enough but this had me rolling. (Film Drunk)

And now for something completely pleasant: Albert Einstein wearing fuzzy slippers. (Boing Boing)

Have you run out of shows to watching this summer? Well fear not! Dustin and Netflix have you covered. Though, if you haven't watched "Terriers" yet, I really don't know what to do with you. (WG)

I love you, Internet. I love you so much I'll share my emergency bacon with you. (Nerd Approved)

So this Malaysian theater has been touted as "The World's Most Comfortable Theater" and, having been to a similar one in Berkeley, I'll say that while those loveseats are perfect for dates or tucking in with a close friend they are hella awkward if you go with a group and have to, basically, snuggle with someone you're not cozy with. I do not approve of enforced snuggling. (ScreenCrush)

Longtime Pajiban Monica sent me this video that is enough to make me go full-on red paint throwing PETA on Lauren Conrad (who, by they way, is a f*cking NYT bestselling author). Watch as she MURDERS some books in the name of crafting. Monstrous.

Joanna Robinson thinks that was a series of very unfortunate events.

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  • Fabius_Maximus

    >>That being said, I cannot believe someone as clever as Martin McDonagh signed off on the following Shih Tzu puns.

    I almost spit tea over my keyboard when I got to the first one, despite the warning.

    I also may have wept a little over how beautiful that Risk board is.

  • $27019454

    Oh Vince of FilmDrunk, AH LUFF YEW SEW!!I am laughing so hard I have that flittery eyelid thing as AH SILENTLEE SHAX WIFF LUFFTRRR

  • L.O.V.E.

    Mancini does good work.

  • The Wanderer

    The one with the bunny is the scariest, as bunnies are the most vicious, cruel, mean and bad-tempered creatures in the world.

  • Ash

    And what's with all the carrots? What do they need such good eyesight for anyway?

  • Ballymena Bob

    I nearly gave you a down vote because I'll have that song stuck in my head for the next few hours but I gave you an up vote instead because you're awesome.

  • John W

    The theater I normally go to replaced all their seats with recliners. Best seating ever.

  • QueeferSutherland

    What? WHAT? In the butt?

  • L.O.V.E.

    Butters!! Is that you?!

  • Bert_McGurt

    That's why when I make book safes I like to use Tom Clancy books. Not only are they a good size, but no one will miss them either.

  • $27019454

    Or that fucker who "wrote" The Firm and all those The Firm clones. That guy. His books. Let's use those books.

  • Monica

    It's horrifying. I felt the need to go to a library or a bookstore and adopt a bunch of them - books - so no crafty-crazies with a glint in their eye would take an exacto knife to them.

  • D.

    My oh my...Jennifer Lawrence has quite a lovely figure. Hell of an actress as well.

  • Bandit

    Tilt-shift photography messes with my perceptions way too much. Those Olympic pictures are brilliant though.

  • SBrown

    I saw "Black Sheep" in a lovely theater in NZ. We sat in a couch, but there were also reclining chairs and a cut up VW Bug. And they baked cookies during the first half of the movie so that they were warm during intermission.

    Here's the thing, though. Think about all the crumbs that end up in your own couch during a movie, and then multiply it a bit and realize they were left by people you don't know. Stranger Debris.

  • opiejuankenopie

    I was totally at that theatre! I totally ate their cookies! I totally didn't even think about years and years of stranger debris. I totally have retroactive shudders!


  • In New Zealand we have vacuum cleaners. They're totally amazing devices that actually suck up all manner of debris from couches. Invented by Weta Workshop, I believe..

  • Tinkerville

    Is that... is that a Series of Unfortunate Events!? IT IS?!? OH HELL NO! A pox on Conrad. As Book would say, there's a very special circle of hell for people who do that to Lemony Snicket.

  • Heavens bless you for the Empire Records reference.

  • L.O.V.E.

    That is some very poor camoflauge, Katniss. May I suggest going full commando?

  • L.O.V.E.

    I think I would just leave my car parked, unwashed, and just buy another car for driving so I could keep Bane on the window.

  • L.O.V.E.

    Take what you need? I need ALL OF IT!!!

  • Someone suggested making a bookshelf box using Conrad's novels. Which is a great idea, but you'd have to buy her books, AND people would KNOW you'd spent your hard-earned money on HER books, so... no good.

  • Couldn't we just make a box out of Conrad instead? "Why it looks so pretty and lifelike on the shelf."

  • John G.

    Oh Joanna, making references to Song of Ice and Fire, Eddie Izzard, Rasher's of bacon. I think I love you.

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