Jennifer Lawrence Gets Her Hairs Cut, Wears Pink Heels, Internet Loses Its Damn Mind
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Jennifer Lawrence Gets Her Hairs Cut, Wears Pink Heels, Internet Loses Its Damn Mind

By Dustin Rowles | Pajiba Love | May 21, 2013 | Comments ()


Our friend an occasional contributor, Angelina Burnett (who just landed on the writing staff of "The Americans"! Congrats!), feels so passionately about a wronged actress friend who was beaten up by her stage-actor boyfriend that Angelina has outed him in a skewering piece about the unfair treatment her friend received from her employer after she was hit. Gender politics, y'all: Still totally f*cked. (All Up in the Kitchen in My Heels)

Maybe you haven't heard, but "Arrested Development" comes out this Sunday. Ahead of its release, here are 25 Hilarious Blink-and-You-Miss It Gags from the first three seasons. The painstaking detail that Mitch Hurwitz took with this show is eye-ball popping. (Uproxx)

Look, y'all! Jennifer Lawrence got her hairs cut and put on some pink heels because she knew the Internet would love her for it because the Internet would jump on a land mine if it meant keeping all of her hairs in place. (GoFugYourself)

Speaking of fashion, January Jones criticizing her style critics, despite WHAT IS THAT STUFF AROUND HER EYES? (Celebitchy)

On the subject of crazy eyes, there are rumors, y'all, that Jonathan Rhys Meyers may join the cast of Star Wars: Episode VII. He'll play the guy who stares J.J. Abrams down with those piercing blue eyes every time Abrams does something fanboys will not appreciate. (Den of Geek)

Here's an adorable behind-the-scenes photo from Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind that I got just for you to make up for the hyperbole in the headline.



Will Smith has caught the "rap" bug from Kanye West, and I just want to know if its contagious, because I'm really trying to increase my street cred with my kids, and I'm thinking a few freestyle verses about the hardscrabble life of a Maine blogger is just the ticket. (Vulture)

With all the tragedy and destruction in Oklahoma today (thoughts and prayers, y'all), we can still celebrate the little things, like an elderly woman finding her dog amidst all the rubble. (Buzzfeed)

Here's the latest on the Zach Braff Kickstarter kerfuffle, because I know despite all of you who keep saying, "Damn, dude! Let it go!" what you really mean is, "Please, continue to get a bug up your ass about something that no one is forcing you to participate in." (FilmDrunk)

What if I were to tell those of you that still hold a grudge against "Lost" that Damon Lindelof is returning to series television with yet another series riddled with the unexplained, and that it's absolutely perfect for the writer, and that you will love it despite yourselves? (WG)

Speaking of Lindelof, I like to twist the headline here to make it appeal to my own prurient interests: "J.J. Abrams Is Using the Mystery Box All Wrong." Please deposit your own "That's what she said jokes" here. (FSR)

The latest "A Cast of Kings" has arrived. Come for the "Game of Thrones" discussion, stay for the ... uhm, "Game of Thrones" discussion. I mean, come on, people. That is the point. (Slashfilm)

Fun! "Lars Von Trier's 'Nymphomaniac' Will Use Digital Technology To Put A-List Heads On Porn Double Bodies" (The Playlist)

Oh, Gillian Jacobs. I love you. (Vine)

Here's 5 Non-Whedon shows that could be rebooted, and I love that they specify "non-Whedon" because it allows you to say Whedon without actually doing anything Whedon related, because these guys know that the Internet is fueled by Whedon, Jennifer Lawrence, and Anna Kendrick (see, e.g., the headline above). (Unreality)

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