Jennifer Lawrence Is One Of TIME's Most Influential & Don Cheadle Packs Some Serious Heat
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Jennifer Lawrence Is One Of TIME's Most Influential & Don Cheadle Packs Some Serious Heat

By Agent Bedhead | Pajiba Love | April 19, 2013 | Comments ()


I know, I know. Most of you are glued to the manhunt, but let's get a little bit frivolous. The world is such a terrible place right now, but we can play for a few moments, can't we?

Joel McHale gave a new interview the Advocate, and they ask him what he thinks of the constantly swirling gay rumors. Joel's response: "It's flattering. If a guy gets offended by that, there's something's wrong with him. I take it as a compliment." Seriously, he's awesome; and I can't believe that some people can't take into account that the metrosexual breed is proof that some hetero guys don't have to dress like total slobs to prove their so-called "masculinity." (Advocate)

Amanda Bynes may or may not be insane and may or may not be fucking with us all. If her former co-star, Nikki Blonsky, has her way, then Amanda is just fine, and the rest of us are basically the problem. Nikki says that she and Amanda talk all the time, and she's not worried about her friend at all. For the record, I think Nikki is pretty much out of the biz and also says away from the gossip pages too, so there's that perspective to consider. (Life & Style)

This is the weirdest story -- apparently, Ryan Lochte owns 150 pairs of shoes even though, by trade, he doesn't even really require shoes as an Olympic swimming champ. I would probably understand his shoe fixation if he were, say, a basketball star or a runner who necessarily wears shoes as part of an endorsement deal, but shouldnt this guy be pimping flippers or something? Anyway, Lochte is showing off his massive closet and is very proud of all of his insane, incredibly expensive footwear. (Us Weekly)


Every time Selena Gomez thinks she's out of Justin Bieber's knee-dwelling pants, they pull her back in. I think these kids have already broken up a handful of times, but by all accounts, Selena had finally told Biebs to go the hell away, and it stuck for a few months. Now she's visiting Norway at the same exact time Bieber is there for a scheduled concert. Oh girl. (Lainey Gossip)

"Game of Thrones" has released a video of its undetected visual fx, which is stunning in its mindblowing capacity to appear genuinely real instead of, well, like a Zack Snyder movie. Also, it's incredible that these actors can pull off doing their thing in front of a green screen and make it all look so believable. (Warming Glow)

Victoria Beckham turned 39 years old today, and she celebrated by looking at and (presumably) sniffing a cake. Last year, she got really wild and ate a fruit platter. Maybe next year, she'll freebase a marshmallow. Can you imagine such levels of self-deprivation? No wonder she looks so miserable all the time. (Celebitchy)

Forget Botox. Heather Locklear has revealed her true secret to keeping fine lines and wrinkles away: a sperm facial. While she could have been joking, this is a real thing that they do in salons. People are so messed up. Then again (and this has nothing to do with facials), I can totally vouch for pineapple juice improving the taste of the stuff. Oh, never mind. (HuffPo)


As a former sorority chick ("Tri Delta. Everyone does!"), it pains me to admit that some people are so truly dedicated to Greek life that they refuse to realize that total assholes they've turned into through their mad devotion. This email is proof positive of that phenomenon. (Gawker)

Jennifer Lawrence has snagged a prominent spot on the Time 100 Most Influential list. Actually, the list isn't ranked at all, but most people are pulling JLaw out as the headliner for publicity purposes because she's so (rightfully) beloved. If it's any consolation at all, the list also includes the revolting Tom Coburn and Justin Bieber's creepy manager, Scooter Braun. (Time)

Man, check out this photo of Don Cheadle. That can't be real. (Seriously? OMG! WTF?)


Something about the American Pie franchise leads its young co-stars into a world of weirdness and oblivion. Has anyone escaped from this black hole unscathed as of yet? Now Eddie Kaye Thomas (a.k.a., "Finch") has had his home filled with flash bang grenades and tear gas after a one-night stand refused to leave and then tried to attack him with a knife. (Film Drunk)

Scott "American Psycho" Disick admits that he really wanted to marry Kourtney Kardashian, but she was "so not interested," so he decided not to be interested either. I think that makes a lot of sense, really. In a family of douches, these two are coming out ahead. No marriage = no divorce, and no Kardashian marriage can last. (Celebitchy)

If you haven't heard already (and there's plenty of hard news out there for distractive purposes already), Nasa has discovered three new, Earth-like planets that they say carry a decent probability for containing life. Honestly, I think this stuff is pretty cool, but I hate that the government is blowing so much money on this fruitless search. If there are aliens out there, they will find us first. (io9)


I never really thought about this before, but children's movies are marketed in vastly different manners when it comes to theater vs. DVD release. Here's a whole bunch of side-by-side comparisons for your referencing pleasure. (Unreality)

Finally, here's our semi-viral video for the day wherein Patton Oswalt continues to win the week. Here, he makes an appearance in this week's "Parks & Recreation" to filibuster a city council vote by rambling on about what he's like to happen in the upcoming Star Wars sequel. (The High Definite)

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