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Jennifer Lawrence Will Take Over The World, Plus Kate Upton Jogs In A Bikini

By Agent Bedhead | Pajiba Love | December 20, 2013 | Comments ()


Rickie Vasquez from My So-Called Life (okay, Wilson Cruz) gives his opinion on the Duck Dynasty debacle. Finally. (Towleroad)

Martha Stewart threw a lovingly arranged piece of shade atop Gwyneth Paltrow’s flat-ironed lifestyle. Martha is right — you gotta live it to know it. “Curating” a list of things to buy does not make one a guru. (DListed)

How will the media report the apocalpyse? This is probably the best article you’ll ever see on Buzzfeed. Seriously, it’s amazing stuff. (Buzzfeed)

Jump into the time machine and enjoy this 1980s clip of Joaquin Phoenix as Superboy. (TMS)

Miley Cyrus might have a new man in her life, or they may have merely shared a private jet and are enjoying the gossip fallout. Kellan Lutz does have that shitty Hercules movie to promote. (Celebitchy)

Here is a rather moving and cohesive summary of the year in movies. (Grantland)

A sobering statistic: The combined ratings for Girls, Veep, and three other critically acclaimed series are less than Disney Channel’s Dog with a Blog. (Warming Glow)

Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellan sat on Santa’s lap together. Priceless. (Seriously OMG)

With every new Divergent clip or trailer, the movie is looking a whole lot more like Twilight than Hunger Games. (Vulture)

I can’t get enough of essays about how Jennifer Lawrence will one day rule the world. (Daily Beast)

Apparently gamer girls have a really hard time dealing with a-holes on dating sites. I’m going to tell you from experience that this kind of rude behavior is not exclusive to gamers at all. This is simply what some guys really act like when a girl doesn’t respond to their messages. Because it’s a crime to not be interested. (Kotaku)

It looks like Kiernan Shipka is a Justin Bieber fan. I guess nobody’s perfect. (Go Fug Yourself)

Would you do 30 squats if it meant a free subway ticket? Hell yeah, and I hate squats. (Mental Floss)

J.K. Rowling is co-producing a play about Harry Potter’s pre-wizard past. I’m guessing these are the diaper years? (Slashfilm)

The trailer for The Other Woman really surprised me. Sure there are bouncing Kate Upton boobs, but I love how these women react positively to each other and don’t fight over some stupid guy instead.

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Comments Are Welcome, Bigots and Trolls Are Not

  • Stu Rat

    And yet, The Other Woman probably won't pass the Bechdel Test. I assume Pajiba will be organizing a boycott.

  • KatSings

    I'm in that trailer! At the bar, 0:59 seconds in, wearing a blue blouse at a table behind Leslie Mann.

  • Rocabarra

    So, the Other Woman has Nikolaj Coster Waldau aka the beloved Ser Jaime Lannister and this was not mentioned even once in this article!?! Talk about burying the lead! I would pay good money to watch him read the phonebook...

  • Robert Sanchez III

    Ok pretty sure Divergent is gonna bomb hard. I bet Kate Upton does no running without the aid of three sorts bras. Am I alone in thinking Nicki Minaj is probably really pretty without makeup?

  • kinoumenthe

    Wow, I never thought I would say that, but The Other Woman is now on my To See list. Let's hope it's not just Trailer Magic.

  • Patrick Garcia

    I didn't even click on that buzzfeed link regarding a hypothetical apocalypse. Because I have faith J. Law would save us from a real one.

  • luthien26

    Her, or Tom Hiddleston. Or possibly both. :)

  • seaturtles

    I think that movie is coming out next summer. They learn how to save us from book they found in some super pretty library.

  • JAllegs3918

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  • I think for girls, going online has to be a most depressing experience. If it's not assholes sending you dick pics, it's idiots calling you every name under the sun, daring you to send them nudes or "nice guys" trying to cozy up to them in order to get the same thing the assholes want.

  • And when you finally find a decent one, it turns out to be the NSA.

  • Joanna Chojnacka

    I...uh...actually met my husband online. However, this was over seven years ago. Maybe things have really all gone to shit since then?

  • Nah, congrats and count yourself among the exceptionally lucky, my friend. (worried glance) He doesn't try to bait you with casual suggestions to blow up bridges, does he? Then you're fine.

  • Joanna Chojnacka

    Only the one bridge!! far...

  • John G.

    You have just made me a fan of Martha Stewart FO' LIFE

  • BWeaves

    OK, here's the thing about Martha Stewart.

    I once tuned into her show to watch her make handmade soap. You know, like from scratch, or so I thought. Martha's idea of handmade soap is to buy soap, melt it down, add a few herbs, like lavender, and pour it into your own cookie molds to harden. That is NOT making soap. That's Sandra Lee Semi-Homemade levels of lazy.

  • Hear! Hear! And frankly, if you're starting with anything other than ashes, water, and rendered pork fat, you're cheating.

  • BWeaves

    I had actually wanted to try soap making until I found out how terrifyingly caustic and dangerous it was. No wonder people used to think taking baths was bad for your health. Well, that and the water was contaminated.

  • True. One needs to know what one is doing- how the chemical process is progressing as the mixture cooks - or the soap will retain too much free lye and cause chemical burns.

    Granny, in the kitchen, with the soap kettle.

    ETA: Felt like I was channeling my inner Walter White for a moment there.

  • Fabius_Maximus

    Everybody knows that you need human fat to make soap.

  • Mrs. Julien

    Is the Rowling book going to be endless chapters about Harry's years of emotional abuse and neglect? That sounds fantastically unappealing.

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