Miley Cyrus Is Racist: In Retrospect, Not So Surprising?
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Miley Cyrus Is Racist: In Retrospect, Not So Surprising?

By Agent Bedhead | Pajiba Love | October 14, 2013 | Comments ()


New York Comic Con happened over the weekend. Cosplay, anyone? (Kotaku)

Shia LaBeouf decided to use his Fury downtime in London to film a drunk woman puking in Leicester Square. The woman asked him to stop, and he refused. A bystander punched Shia. Twice. (DListed)

Dustin bullet points 12 things to expect from Season 4 of The Walking Dead. (WG)

What do Julian Assange, Winnie Mandela, and David Letterman have in common? (Mental Floss)

barrowmanpl1.jpgJohn Barrowman pose harded his way all the way through NYCC. (Buzzfeed)

Kermit the Frog as Vincent Van Gogh (The Mary Sue)

Julian Assange would prefer you watch There Will Be Blood instead of The Fifth Estate, which he says will bomb at the box office. (Vulture)

Benedict Cumberbatch hits back at Assange. (Page Six)

Whatever happened to Lucy Deakins from The Great Outdoors? (UnderScoopFire)

Is there any group that Miley Cyrus has yet to offend? She’s messed with Asians, black people, little people, the mentally ill, and “the olds.” Now she’s dropping anti-Semetic quotes like they’re hot. (Celebitchy)

Damian Lewis lovers can look forward to some extra Homeland narration from the man himself. (Slashfilm)

Madonna was banned by the Alamo Drafthouse for texting during a movie. Good. (The Blemish)

Does Tilda Swinton ever get fashion wrong? No freaking way. (Go Fug Yourself)

The blame game has commenced for the failure of Runner Runner. Ben Affleck says the movie was felt up by way too many people. Just like Gigli, right? (Film Drunk)

Here’s some more crazy-ass NYCC cosplay action:

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