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Jonah Hill Talks About the Time Joe Pesci Got a Little Too Up Close & Personal

By Agent Bedhead | Pajiba Love | January 24, 2014 | Comments ()


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Amber Heard seems like a cool girl, honestly. She’s been pounding the Hollywood pavement for over a decade, but a lot of people didn’t know who she was before last Friday’s announcement of her engagement to Johnny Depp. I don’t wish to bag on Amber for this relationship because Johnny’s the one who looks like a damn fool. Still … is she really the next Katherine Hepburn? (Lainey)

A match burning in slow motion looks surprisingly disgusting. For real. (Videogum)

Ralph Lauren’s newly designed Team USA Olympics uniforms: “Behold, this mess. It looks like the result of an Old Navy, NASCAR and Tommy Hilfiger outlet bukkake party.” (DLIsted)

Here is a blow-by-blow recap of all of the latest Justin Bieber antics involving yesterday’s release. I really think he (at least subconsciously) wanted to get arrested to prove his street cred. Oh little boy, there are much better ways to do that than a rap sheet. (Celebitchy)

Two-time Oscar nominee Jonah Hill visited Jimmy Fallon and recounted a very bizarre story about the time Joe Pesci stuck a finger in Jonah’s booty. Yes, you read that correctly. (Warming Glow)

Since The Hateful Eight has been ruined already, new script details are leaking all over the place. I won’t spoil here, but you can go to the link if you want to see them. Would you be surprised to learn that the screenplay is ultimately a story of revenge? Ha. (Film Drunk)

Scarlett Johansson is really pushing her SodaStream endorsement really hard. Which is fine, because that’s her job. Has anyone tried the product? I am oddly curious. (People)

We don’t talk about Kelly Brook here, right? She’s not usually notable stateside for anything pop-culture related. She did, however, wear a sheer dress on the red carpet last night. (The Blemish)

Her and Before Midnight have more in common than one would guess. (Unreality)

J-Woww says her first two months of pregnancy were exactly like a hangover. Except that she wasn’t sitting in the Jersey Shore house and listening to Pauly D. wax rhapsodic about “t-shirt time.” (Us)

How much box-office money can be expected as a result of an Oscar nomination? Much like everything in law school, the answer to this question is “that depends.” (Moviefone)

Kim Kardashian sure pays a whole lot of money to look this cheap. (GFY)

Narfna gives five stars to Helen Wecker’s debut novel The Golem and the Jinni.  Even though she says it grabbed her in the guts, she’s careful not to oversell this book for fear you might come after her with knives! (Cannonball Read 6)

David O. Russell is not content to rule the Oscar world for consecutive years. He’s now heading to television, and ABC picked up his series. (Slashfilm)

The “Black Widows” threatening the Sachi Olympics are no joke. (Mental Floss)

This video demonstrates how Beliebers aren’t giving up on their man. Hundreds of them gathered outside his Miami Beach hotel to support the blatant injustice of Bieber getting arrested like everyone else when he broke the law.

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  • malechai

    Ha! I recently learned* what bukkake means. Now I can appreciate this joke. Go, me!

    *as, in someone told me. I wasn't walking down the street and suddenly ambushed by a gang of pantsless dudes.

  • Shawn Adams

    My wife won a soda stream in a raffle and I have to admit I like it a lot. We use Britta water in it and it makes a good pop or if you'd like a nice seltzer water.

  • Quantum Diesel Mechanic

    The article on the Black Widows neglected their most terrifying act which was blowing up two airliners simultaneouly out of Moscow in 2004. The security personnel took tiny bribes to let the bombers on board and received shockingly short sentences for destroying 2 airliners and killing scores of people like 18 months. The mastermind said the entire operation cost less than $4,000. If the Chechens can pull off another terrorist strike like that again it'll make Munich look like a party.

  • That might could actually be the worst mistake they could make. If they embarrass Putin and Russia on the international stage, in front of the world, I don't think he'd have any compunction about burning that entire region down and sowing salt in the ashes. And given that it's the Olympics, I doubt anyone would muster more than a token protest if he did.

  • googergieger

    "bukkake party"

    What does my fake indie band have to do with anything?

  • e jerry powell

    Mine is called "Bukkake Weekend," based on a true story.

  • You're right, we don't talk about Kelly Brook. But we do look sometimes. And this would be one of those times.

  • F'mal DeHyde

    Amber Heard is very pretty but I could see another photo of her in five minutes and not recognize her.

  • Sara_Tonin00

    I can't believe how many bourgies in this crowd actually own SodaStreams.

  • e jerry powell

    So go get one!

  • Sara_Tonin00

    I am pretty bourgie, not gonna lie (minus husband, kids ,tennis suburbs, but still)...but I just make sodas with bottled seltzer and homemade simple syrups, or pomegranate molasses, or IKEA concentrates. I don't need no fancy machine.

  • e jerry powell

    Oh, honey, let's talk about bourgie aspirations...

  • emmalita

    My soda stream cuts down on my plastic bottle consumption. And it makes a huge farting noise that never fails to make people giggle.

  • e jerry powell

    The farting noise is the BEST.

  • e jerry powell

    Mine isn't that fancy; I didn't buy myself the top-of-the-line model. This particular puppy is a very basic carbonator model; it just holds the CO2 canister and pumps the fizz into the water. You screw the bottle into the thing, pump the fizz in, then take the bottle off and add syrup or whatever. Right now I'm using Arizona pomegranate green tea powder.

  • Sara_Tonin00

    I love this comment on the Olympic outfits:

    JOHN DOYLE, a television columnist at The Globe and Mail in Toronto: If there was ever doubt that the United States is a complicated mess while Canada is simply cool (Rob Ford shenanigans aside), the issue is settled with the matter of the official athlete uniforms for the Sochi Olympics.

  • Wait, I have to open a tab and find them myself? I still have much of my Canadian garb for 2006 in Torino. Upside of working for Vancouver then, observer program! I even got to stay in the athlete's village, and watch the slow build to bacchanalia. It was palpable. Once they're done competing, they give no fucks.

  • Mrs. Julien

    I am TOTALLY going to buy some Canadiana as a result of all this uniform discussin'.

  • e jerry powell

    I adore my sodastream (only because you asked, AB).

  • Mrs. Julien

    I adore e jerry powell (only because you are delightful).

  • e jerry powell

    Like my sodastream!

  • Mrs. Julien

    You're that good!

  • brite59

    For your edification: http://ncronline.org/blogs/ncr...

  • Justin Bierber sucks at being rich, and controversial. I think that's the big problem here. If I had that kind of money, I'd be riding bengal tigers doped up on peyote through the Las Vegas strip illuminated by a helicopter equipped with a police search light... And I'd be butt ass naked...

    Drunk drag racing... That's what us poor people do on a Tuesday before hanging out in the Dunkin' Donuts parking lot showing off our civic engine blocks. He's like the "Crystal Clear Pepsi" of celebrity scandals.

  • amberlark

    I appreciated the Dolly Parton reference. I so rarely feel in on the joke.

  • Sara_Tonin00

    This is largely appropos of nothing but my dayjob, but the woman who created Goldiblox is winning an award from a magazine I work with:

    http://enr.construction.com/pe...

    (and Goldiblox is a finalist for a free Superbowl ad. Presumably one with licensed music)

  • Rebecca Hachmyer

    I recently saw a display of Goldiblox at my bookstore and I am still on the fence with the concept, but definitely not on board with the signage, which read something to the effect of "toys for girls!" (I'm sure about the girls part.) Can't they just be toys?? For kids??

  • Sara_Tonin00

    I get that, but it's for girls specifically because of the same reasons all girl schools still exist. And because despite the fact that more women than men are getting college degrees, vastly more men are getting STEM degrees. So it appears so female-specific targeting and encouragement is necessary.

  • Rebecca Hachmyer

    For sure. It's just that even the pink, frilly aisles in the toy store don't actually have signs that say "FOR GIRLS." (or maybe they do. ugh.) I understand the intention behind it, I just wish it didn't have to be this way.

  • The Olympics are being held in Sochi, not Sachi. Other than that, solid Pajiba Love entry.

    On a related note, I don't see what's so bad about the Olympic uniforms. But keep in mind this is coming from a man who owns(and wears out in public) more than one Larry the Cable Guy-style sleeveless flannel work shirt, so there is a very real possibility my opinion on this matter is invalid.

  • idiosynchronic

    I have been loudly - desperately - hoping that between Ralph Lauren's reguritation of a patriotic stock photo archive and Time's eyeburner, we're seeing some queer rights-supporting fashion sabotage.

    Because that would be glorious and awesome.

  • emmalita

    I am a little in love with the Norwegian men's curling uniform. And that is as close to the Olympics as I will get this year.

  • Sara_Tonin00

    You saw the NY Times article on them, I presume?

    http://www.nytimes.com/2014/01...

  • emmalita

    I had not. But that was a great little read.

  • Mrs. Julien

    I'm bored. Somebody do something about that.

    ETA: Not because of PLove, it's delightful, but because of other begreyed cubicle existence related reasons.

  • emmalita

    http://www.openculture.com/201...

    Go look at some pretty books.

  • Mrs. Julien

    In other news, having looked at some Pre-Raphaelite art, I am now convinced that the time that man at the Tate in London told me I looked "like the a Pre-Raphaelite", he meant "pale and lantern jawed". Tough, but fair.

  • emmalita

    You should be pleased to know that those pale, lantern jawed ladies are still considered among the most beautiful, in the world of Western art.

  • Mrs. Julien

    Really? People be buggin'. Bitches be crazy. Bastards be carborundumming.

  • emmalita

    I don't have any of my art books here, but the pre-Raphaelite women are, by Victorian standards, un-bound erotic beauties.

  • Mrs. Julien

    I am frightfully erotic.

  • emmalita

    Obviously.

  • Mrs. Julien

    It's the prolixity. Men love it.

  • emmalita

    The men who are worthwhile.

  • Mrs. Julien

    "That has been my experience," she said sarcastically.

  • Sara_Tonin00

    Amen and amen.

  • Mrs. Julien

    Also, no....

    Although the second on is a lovely rendering of my boredom.

    SCRATCH THAT. REVERSE IT.

  • Mrs. Julien

    You are the angel of upvotes AND suggestions. Here is your reward...

    Plus this link, but caveat internetor, it involves a bustle and paisley. I may have become somewhat flustered.

    http://fripperiesandfobs.tumbl...

    ETA: I'm looking at a book about cameos and then some 19th century photography.

  • PerpetualIntern

    I looooove my soda stream. That is all.

  • BobbFrapples

    Soda Stream feeds my family's addiction to seltzer. I too am in love with this machine.

  • BWeaves

    So, soda stream isn't a euphemism?

  • Mrs. Julien

    Not this time, no.

  • emmalita

    I have been without my soda stream for a couple of months now, and I miss it terribly.

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  • Mrs. Julien

    I will need to see notarized documents before I am convinced of your claims. It would also help if you presented them to me in a kidskin binding.

  • emmalita

    Honestly, I think they're just making up those numbers. They change every day.

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