Benedict Cumberbatch Knocked Up His Fiancée & Brangelina Meet the Pope

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | January 7, 2015 | Comments ()

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | January 7, 2015 |


The Fug Girls took a trip back in time for a look at the 2005 Golden Globes. That was a weird time. (GFY)

Earlier this week Sophie Hunter wore a flowy dress and kept her purse firmly covering her midsection, Olivia Pope-style, and everyone cried “Preggers!” Well, now it’s been confirmed (sort of, by an outside source anyway), we have a Cumberbaby on the way. (Celebitchy)

Tara Reid went bowling and forgot to wear a shirt. (Yahoo)

This should surprise no one. Allison Williams says Marnie on Girls was inspired by Tracy Flick. (Vulture)

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have arrived in Italy with the purpose of gracing the Pope with their presence. (DListed)

Meryl Streep reveals she has a big ol’ celebrity crush on Will Ferrell. Because he’s a man. Not like that child Ryan Gosling. (ET)

It’s no secret that I’m a fan of celebrity auctions. I also love a good hat. So I just want to live in this list of iconic movie hats that have been auctioned off. The Indiana Jones fedora is especially worth freaking out over, until you realize it was the one Ford wore in Crystal Skull. That’s a hard pass on that one. (Unreality)

Attention all music nerds: this is a glorious day. (Well, technically, yesterday was a glorious day, but it continues today.) They Might Be Giants have officially relaunched Dial-A-Song. (AV Club)

And now something for my lit nerds. I’d love to hear your thoughts on this: Everything High School Taught You About ‘The Odyssey’ and ‘The Illiad’s Homer May Be Wrong.
(Bustle)

Finally, don’t worry, history nerds, I’ve got you covered too. The Museum of Fine Arts Boston opened the oldest known American time capsule, originally buried by Paul Revere and Samuel Adams. (BF)

Ellen Page has some words for the Queen after she honored an openly, vocally homophobic politician. Well, two words. (Towleroad)

Here are 19 words and phrases that don’t exist in English but need to. Damn you, stairwell wit! (Phactual)

In her very first Cannonball Read review, Annie calls How to Build a Girl by Caitlin Moran, "…Go Ask Alice by way of Eddie Izzard and Stephen Fry with a happier ending and a much, much better soundtrack." Oh, and it’s really, really funny. Read her review and see why. (Cannonball Read 7)


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