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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 ()


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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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  • DominaNefret

    I am going to post an unpopular opinion here, and defend KStew.
    I think she is one of the few people there who looked like she was actually trying to do so etching with the theme. Almost everyone else either didn't bother at all, or just put on some thick black eyeliner and mussed up their hair some.
    I think she manages to look both classy and edgy/punk. It actually is reminiscent of some of the 80s girl punk icons.
    I give her props.

  • I kind of have this weird thing for Kristen Stewart. I'm the type of guy where the surest way to get me to do something is to tell me that you don't think I can. She always looks -so- disinterested that it comes across as some sort of weird challenge and it trips that wire, you know? She's like the honey badger of celebrities.

  • DominaNefret

    I kind of like her myself. I much prefer disinterested over trying WAY too hard, like 99% of celebrities. Just look at the way she presents herself versus Anne Hathaway or Rooney Mara, who just scream "take me seriously!!!"
    She often manages to look more fashionable than Anne Hathaway, while simultaneously appearing as though she doesn't give a rats ass and thus just threw something on at the last minute. I think it is fascinating.
    A lot of these events have to be boring as fuck. I appreciate that she doesn't pretend to be excited about them whilst making her obligatory appearance.

  • Bert_McGurt

    I don't want to get anyone too excited, but...

    POTENTIAL SPOILER:

    According to their Facebook, looks like the Community finale tonight may (in the grand tradition of finales past) feature weaponry of an air-powered variety.

  • NateMan

    Chris Evans looks so pretty that it seems impossible he is both as good an actor as he is, and as self-deprecating as he seems. He really does make every movie he's in better - anyone else enjoy Push more than it deserved? And Captain America is such a wholesome character it really shouldn't work on the big screen. But he pulls it off.

  • Siege

    For me, Chris Evans will always remind me of "Not Another Teen Movie" which he almost single-handedly made not terrible.

  • emmelemm

    I enjoyed him in The Losers more than I should have.

  • NateMan

    Yes, that one too!

  • God Of Bal-Sagoth

    anyone else enjoy Push more than it deserved?

    ::guiltily raises hand::

  • Bert_McGurt

    "Finally, our friend Fatboy Roberts has re-mixed Hans Gruber’s Superman score..."

    Yipee-ki-yay, Mister Krypton. I hope he's better at music than he is at stealing bearer bonds.

  • pajiba

    Sometimes, you write too many posts for too many sites in one day, and everything clearly starts to jumble together. But, I would've killed to hear Gruber's Superman score.

  • Sara_Tonin00

    Now that I've listened to the Superman remix, can I point out that all the people kvetching about Hans Gruber vs Hans Zimmer missed the fact that John Williams wrote the score to Superman? Zimmer is being mixed with Williams. Williams - Superman. Zimmer - Man of Steel.

  • Bert_McGurt

    And in your defense, if one were to play "word association" with the name Hans, the responses would rank something like:

    1) Gruber

    2) und Franz

    3) Zimmer

  • Jakesalterego

    re: Superman

    I'm pretty sure you meant that he remixed John Williams' Superman score with Hans Zimmer's Man of Steel score.

    Hans Gruber is a fictional dead man.

  • Some Guy

    Yeah, I looked at that and did a double take. I didn't know fictional German terrorists were composers, but perhaps he had a unique take on the Übermensch which is what led to him robbing corporations and such.

  • I don't find Chris Evans funny at all. I find him to be.....a whiny bitch.

  • linnyloo

    With a delightful ass!

  • koko temur

    Why not to link to jasons young page directly? as a common courtesy to an artist and such?

  • Batesian

    "Wookiee" has two e's.

    *goes back to writing Lobot/IG-88 slashfic*

  • BendinIntheWind

    "Now You See Me" is Jessie Eisenberg and Woody *Harrelson. I nearly LOST MY MIND just now thinking that awful-looking movie was directed by Woody Allen.

    #corrections

  • googergieger
  • annie

    Chris Evans' neuroses are so hot; I'd look so normal and well-adjusted next to him.

  • Maguita NYC

    re: Pajiba T-Shirts.

    I don't know if I want to spend my whole summer correcting people whenever they ask "Who is Pajiba", and "is he a popular Hindu rapper?"

    Can you imagine me screaming in this sweltering heat like a crazed shrew:
    "It's pronounced PAJIBA. Like VAGINA!"

    *Do the sales benefit at least a good cause?

  • Yes, I can imagine it. In fact I think that should be a requirement when wearing the shirt. Even if people don't ask.

  • Mrs. Julien

    I miss your Pajibanym.

  • As soon as I figure out how to get Disqus to give it back, we will both be happy.

  • pajiba

    YES! Genevieve (who has been writing Pajiba After Dark gratis for, I think, three years now).

  • Maguita NYC

    YOU PAY THE WOMAN with T-SHIRTS??

    Shame on you Dustin! I'll be buying a few right away to help this poorly mistreated kind soul. And you better not swindle her out of a full shirt! Or I'll...
    ...
    Smolderholder you to death!!

  • Guest

    Ew.

  • Mrs. Julien

    How does one initiate the canonization process? I'm sure we can come up with three miracles for Genevieve*. At least one would be surviving captious commenters sans rampage, present company included.

    (Three Miracles for Genevieve will be a Lifetime movie involving Christmas, a former teen pop sensation, and a lost penguin. TK has deputized me to say he will write the Real Time Review.)

  • That stirring Jason Yang piece hit all my emotional buttons. I need it on my iPod this instant.

  • Mrs. Julien

    I, for one, applaud Nicole Richie's Ursula the Sea Witch bouffant. The dress is SPECTACULAR. I love the Nicole Richie fashionista incarnation.

    I'm pretty sure Kristen Stewart's outfit was actually an homage to inflamed private parts. Mostly sure. Like 63%.

  • Maguita NYC

    I believe then this will get rid of her.

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