"Kristen Stewart Looks Like an Alien from the Planet Ugly F**king Pajamas"
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"Kristen Stewart Looks Like an Alien from the Planet Ugly F**king Pajamas"

By Dustin Rowles | Pajiba Love | May 9, 2013 | Comments ()


Screen Shot 2013-05-09 at 12.33.27 PM.pngHey, y'all! Did you know that you can buy Pajiba T-shirts? I didn't know, until recently, because no one tells me anything. But, as someone who has owned them all, the latest -- Zombie TK, which I picked up this week -- is maybe my favorite after the Murder Tank. Genevieve has set up a Pajiba T-shirt shop, so if you're interested, grab one for the summer. Or five. (Zazzle)

"Kristen Stewart looks like an alien from the planet Ugly F*cking Pajamas." It's lines like these that remind us of why we love Courtney Enlow, who is discussing the "punk as f*ck" Met Gala red carpet over on (The Film Experience)

Speaking of the Met Gala, I'm scared of saying anything inappropriate here, but is that REALLY Nicole Richie? But ... huh? (GoFugYourself)

Ahead of tonight's season -- and possibly series -- finale, I rewatched the "Community" pilot and explored where the show began and how far they've come before we say goodbye, maybe for the last time, to the once beloved sitcom. Rewatching the pilot, I got more emotional than I anticipated. (WG)

Rick Moranis, who retired from acting after the death of his wife, is climbing out of seclusion, which is nothing but a great thing. The world needs more Rick Moranises. (Vulture)

Based on some domain names that Disney has purchased recently, you may expect to see Wookiee Hunters and gungans, among other things, in Star Wars: Episode VII. (Uproxx)

The one man who may be able to save NBC is Michael J. Fox, who has a semi-autobiograhpical sitcom out this fall. Here's your first look. (Digital Spy)

Chris Evans -- yes, that Chris Evans -- is so unbelievably candid and funny in interviews, he could end up being the next RDJ. "See, I guess you know what it comes to down to? I'm such a little bitch. I don't know what my issue is. I really am. I'm such a f***ing whiny bitch, man." (Celebitchy)

Here is the true story of the tragic kiss-cam break-up. (Videogum)

Everyone has been talking about CW's "The Arrow" of late, and Andy Greenwald explains why it's one of the few superhero television shows that has actually worked. (Grantland)

Speaking of which, do you like to watch superheroes get their asses kicked? This post is for you. (FSR)

Jodi has been shredding the Jessie Eisenberg/Woody Harrelson magic film apart in our trade news round ups of late, but man, I'm riveted. Maybe it's because every time I see the trailer, I get the "Magic in Me" song from Pitch Perfect stuck in my head, which makes me unreasonably happy. Anyway, you can watch the first four minutes of it over on (Slashfilm)

Those two pretty people from "Vampire Diaries" have broken up. Now they'll have to find new pretty people. Man, Hollywood is hard. (Dlisted)

Now is time for your musical geek portion of Pajiba Love. First off, Jason Yang has brilliantly combined The Dark Knight, Game of Thrones and The Hobbit into one amazing piece of music. (Unreality)

Finally, our friend Fatboy Roberts has re-mixed Hans Zimmer's Superman score with the score from Zack Snyder's Man of Steel and it is a thing of beauty. Listen below, or download the track (and all of Fatboy Robert's amazing geek remixes) here.

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