Emma Stone One Step Closer to World Domination; World Pretty OK With This

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Emma Stone One Step Closer to World Domination; World Pretty OK With This

By Daniel Carlson | Pajiba Love | January 21, 2013 | Comments ()


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Emma Stone (see, I got your attention already) is on the latest cover of W, wearing a strapless bra and you're probably not even reading any more, just looking for the link. She talks about her on-stage banter with Ben Stiller at last year's Oscars, which was actually one of the high points of the show, since most of the evening was just Billy Crystal looking really lost. Also, if I say I've been a fan of hers since "Drive," does that make me ahead of the curve, or just creepy? (Celebitchy)

"Fringe" ended on Friday. I never really got into the show, but I have to give them props (people still say that, right?) for hanging in for 100 episodes. That's hard to do for anyone, and if you're selling sci-fi on a Friday night, you're just digging your own grave. Congrats on the run, everyone. (Warming Glow)

What has to have gone wrong in your life that you need "Spongebob Squarepants" porn to get off? How many other increasingly extreme phases do you have to go through before saying to yourself, "I would like to masturbate to an eroticized version of a Nickelodeon children's cartoon?" (Warming Glow)

The news broke Friday (first on actor Michael K. Williams' Instagram feed, then Uproxx) that Robert Chew, who played Proposition Joe on "The Wire," died at the age of 52 from heart failure. Prop Joe was one of the many fantastic characters that made "The Wire" so memorable, so today, pour one out for the man who knew that if you wanted to be the part, you had to look the part. (Baltimore Sun)

"A Photo Gallery of Stanley Kubrick With Famous People" sounds like Kubrick was just some random celebrity stalker and not, you know, one of the best directors who ever lived. Still, some awesome behind-the-scenes shots here. (Unreality)

He's a great long read about the life and death of the American arcade. For a while, these places absolutely dominated pop culture and the video game industry. (The Verge)

In 1980, Mister Rogers visited the set of "The Incredible Hulk." Really. (Mental Floss)

Is "Arrested Development" really just The Brothers Karamazov? (First Things)

Just in time for the Super Bowl, Tom Junod goes long on the ways NFL players are destroying their bodies. (Esquire)

You know what happens when you pick a fight with Richard Marx? He calls your ass out. (The Morning News)

Someone get me this unreleased poster for The Incredibles. ASAP. (Brad Bird)

Dick Van Dyke is blowing up on Twitter. He's also married to a woman half his age. Your new life goal is "Become Dick Van Dyke." (Twitter)

I have to teach my dog to do this:

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  • Uriah_Creep

    I stuck with Fringe until the very end, not for Olivia and Peter's romance, but for the great love story between Walter and Peter. For me, that's where the show overcame its many ridiculous concepts (soul magnets indeed...) and became truly good. (It helped to think of those concepts as this show's version of midi-chlorians.)

  • googergieger

    Oh and speaking of weird porn. I bet up until the eighties, Furries just felt out of place, frustrated, and confused. And then Teen Wolf happened. And they just went to town on themselves for like a month. And like now every year since then they celebrate that movie on whatever day it came out and just bang each other where one or both or more are dressed up as a teen wolf.

    Yup. These are the type of thoughts that make up my beautiful mind.

  • googergieger

    I knew him back when he was Dick Van Lesbian. But I digress.

  • vangie13

    Seriously, c?

  • Rochelle

    Well this solves the mystery of my next Cannonball Read book. I will overcome my Dostoevsky trauma!

  • c

    Am I the only one who thinks Emma Stone looks a little....eh skanky and possessing of a stinky cooze with blonde hair and/or blonde hair with dark roots.

    Red hair, she's beyond bonerriffic, but as a blonde, ich, it's like the stink from her cooze comes out of the computer screen and speakers.

  • Vangie13

    Flagged as inappropriate. Geez. I don't come to this site to listen to dude-bro "I'd hit that" comments and I sure don't want to listen to how much you think lady-parts stink. A little creativity, a little class, please.

  • c




    You're on a website that spends an entire day shrieking about the joys of BUTTHOLES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! BUTTHOLES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! BUTTHOLES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! which are the absolute single most disgusting part of the anatomy and you dare to tell me to be classier.



  • Quatermain

    'Spongies' are going to be the new 'brony' and just when you that creeper well had been plumbed to it's depth, too.

  • Three_nineteen

    Richard Marx lives 15 minutes from where I am sitting right now. I don't know how I feel about that.


    Lake Bluff Brewing Company makes some pretty decent beer, especially their Velvet Hammer Vanilla Porter.

  • reedriguez

    If you've been a fan of Emma Stone since Drive, I'm wondering what part she played since I have no idea where she was in that film. Was she one of the cars?

  • theotherone

    I've had a completely normal and in no way creepy crush on Emma since Lucky Louie.

  • danielwcarlson
  • Guest

    My thoughts exactly.

  • InternetMagpie

    "Drive" was also a Fox show.

  • reedriguez

    I stand corrected. Thank you :)

  • Jamie Nielsen Deiss

    This picture doesn't even do the actual cover 'justice' as to how horrible they managed to make Emma Stone look. She looks strung out and I wanted to reach through the paper and give the poor girl some chapstick and a hairbrush. It may be 'high fashion' or whatever, but it pretty much just made a very pretty girl look like a teenage prostitute. Maybe that's the look they're going for now?

  • theotherone

    +1. You could easily swap out an actual teenager such as Chloe Moretz or Elle Fanning but that would be exploitation. It's perfect fine though to take a 20 something actress and turn her into a 15 year old. Derp.

  • Mrs. Julien


  • lowercase_ryan

    the article about pain in the NFL is ridiculously good. Thanks.

  • pcloadletter

    The Verge article about the death of the arcade is fantastic.

  • Slash

    Her hair looks like somebody cut it with a Flowbee.

  • Mrs. Julien

    ...while she had her finger in an electric socket.

    Isn't Emma Stone a big enough star to get control over what gets published? Or could she, oh, I don't know, maybe REFUSE TO PARTICIPATE IN PHOTO SHOOTS THAT MAKE HER LOOK LIKE A SEXUALLY-AVAILABLE CHILD?

  • Slash

    Honestly, that picture is the most unattractive I've seen Emma Stone look, and I'm including that unfortunate perm she got for "The Help." (I think it's a perm, I could be wrong.)

  • Bedewcrock

    Wig, but I get what you mean.

  • Skyler Durden

    This is a non-sequiter, but thank you to whoever finally yanked those obnoxious Kevin Hart auto-playing ads. It's a Christmas miracle.

  • c

    THEY ARE STILL HERE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • space_oddity


  • You mean its a Festivus Miracle!

  • Superasente

    Whenever I look at a picture of Emma Stone I think, "We'll she obviously wants me to shoot Ronald Reagan." But then I remember that Ronald Reagan is dead and I think, "Nancy Reagan?" But what has she ever done?

    Anyway, I haven't exactly worked it out yet. But I will.

    I will.

  • Mrs. Julien


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