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Natalie Portman is Too Good For EVERYTHING

By Stacey Nosek | Pajiba Love | January 8, 2010 | Comments ()


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Natalie Portman, who is in fact Jewish, said in a recent interview that she's basically above playing a Jew and how she doesn't want to do films where she's seen as a sex object. I guess that explains Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium, then. (Yeeeah!)

David Hasslehoff is leaving that goddamn "America's Got Talent" show, but surprisingly he's leaving on his own accord and not because ended up barfing vodka and cheeseburger up on the other judges. (Celebitchy)

This is way too cool. House of the Devil, which Dustin described as an authentic homage to the 80's horror genre, has gotten a VHS promotional release. (Bloody Disgusting)

Uhhhh, OK. Inexplicably, here is Heidi Montag driving a monster truck. That's like giving a loaded gun to the toddler. (Litelysalted)

Mario Lopez is going to be hosting the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, presumably based off of his experience on Animal Planet's "Pet Star." (Warming Glow)

Since we here at Pajiba tend to adore pretentious teenagers in movies, here are some of the best. (Cinematical)

JESUS CHRIST. Howard Stern's sidekick Artie Lang tried to off himself last weekend by stabbing himself to death. Where's a handful of sleeping pills and a bottle of vodka when you need them. (Celebslam)

Here's a retrospective of the jewelry commercials of 2009, because nothing says "true love" than some tacky piece of crap cookie cutter diamond something or other from your neighborhood mall jewelry store. (Don't Do Dumb Things)

Cormac McCarthy was decidedly unimpressed with the film adaption of The Road. (Film Drunk)

Oh man, if this ain't proof that the "Seinfeld" curse is still alive and well: George Costanza becomes the newest face of Jenny Craig. (Zelda Lily)

I was a little too old for the whole Power Rangers phenomenon, but this sketch about how "Zordon" is a racist is still pretty funny regardless:

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