Jennifer Lawrence Will Don 1980s Garb In 'X-Men: Apocalypse'
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Jennifer Lawrence Will Don 1980s Garb In 'X-Men: Apocalypse'

By Agent Bedhead | Pajiba Love | June 16, 2014 | Comments ()


The BBC is investigating politicians on the use of a certain word on new programs. Out of all the words to be upset about on television (and all others that pass muster), this is a bit rich. (WG)

HAhahaha! Oh, Mariah Carey. Your vanity will never cease to amuse us. I bet Mimi regrets that 1997 episode of Oprah right about now. (DListed)

Taylor Momsen doesn’t give a sh-t & I love her for it. (GFY)

The early reviews for the pilot of Fox’s Batman prequel have arrived. (Uproxx)

Why is it so tough to discuss social justice with video game fans? This great article explains the many reasons. (Unreality)

YA fans who looked forward to watching the now-defunct Delirium tv series can take comfort in this small bit of good news. (TMS)

A Big Hero 6 teaser has been released. It should appeal to World Cup fans. (SF)

One devoted fan (and his team of 8 builders) has entirely too much time on his hands. 600 hours later, here’s the Lego version of The Grand Budapest Hotel. (MF)

X-Men: Apocalypse will be set in the 1980s. This means that Jennifer Lawrence fans will now be averting their eyes for Madonna-based fashion, no? Just leave her in the blue body paint for the whole movie! (VF)

The Queen of England has bestowed the title of honorary Dame upon Angelina Jolie. Damn, this is a bad day for Jennifer Aniston fans. (Lainey)

Lana Del Rey’s apathy has either grown into abject depression or a very convincing show. Perhaps a vacation is in order? (CB)

Lindsay Lohan is planning on having her freckles lasered off. Because clearly, that’s the main cause of her ailing career. (Radar)

Justin Bieber is about to be charged with felony vandalism in that long overdue egging case. Justice at work. (HL)

Berry can’t quite get on board with Christa Wolf’s demythologizing of the story in Cassandra, but she did give it four out of five stars. Check out her review and see why Berry still calls it one of the best books she’s read so far this year. (Cannonball Read 6)

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