The Class of 2032 Will Be 'Django' Heavy & Eva Mendes Steps Out
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The Class of 2032 Will Be 'Django' Heavy

By Agent Bedhead | Pajiba Love | July 11, 2014 | Comments ()


Kurt Sutter must have been prepared for his annual Emmy snub for Sons of Anarchy. This year’s rant shows some depth amidst his obvious fear of being shoved into a locker by the cool kids at high school. (WG)

You may have heard that Eva Mendes is 7 months pregnant with Ryan Gosling’s baby. She’s been in hiding this whole time? Fine. Eva finally stepped out of the house, and it wasn’t awkward. Not awkward at all. (Lainey)

Chloe Sevigny chose to wear this dress. Bless her heart. (GFY)

Are we already counting down the days until Kim Kardashian’s next divorce? Reports say she’s only spent 9 days (including the honeymoon) with Kanye West since they got married. (DListed)

The list of the year’s on-the-rise baby names has dropped, and Django is high on the roster. I’m pretty sure the Djangos will have a lot of personality compared to the sea of Jacks and Jacksons in the class of 2032. (Uproxx)

I kinda like the original Thor poster, but I like most things red. Never trust my judgment on aesthetic matters. (Unreality)

I’m pretty sure that I’m going to hell no matter what, so I won’t feel too bad about contemplating Selena Gomez and the probable boob job. Doing it for Bieber would be the worst reason ever. (HL)

One female writer isn’t clamoring to describe Molly of FX’s Fargo as “a new feminist tentpole in the TV landscape.” You may not agree with that particular statement, but the entire article is a very interesting read. (TMS)

George Clooney has rejected the Daily Mail’s apology for printing an irresponsible and culturally inflammatory article about his fiancée’s mother. Go George? (Gawker)

Penelope Cruz, Ian McShane, Rebel Wilson, and Gabourey Sidibe have all signed onto Sacha Baron Cohen’s upcoming project. They must be feeling pretty lucky to take that kind of gamble. (Slashfilm)

Sia insists that smoking pot at the age of 13 caused her bipolar disorder. She has other things to say too, but you know, pull quotes. (CB)

Pamela Anderson penned a sad and disturbing 3200-word poem in the wake of her 2nd divorce from creepster Rick Salomon. (E!)

This is a pretty classic picture of Joe Manganiello checking out Sofia Vergara’s ass a few months ago at the White House Correspondents Dinner. (Us)

Rob Reiner believes that women are much more evolved than men. (HuffPo)

Luc Besson’s Lucy (starring Scarlett Johansson) will soon be arriving in a theater near you. This is a perfect time to discuss the 10% myth even though most of you already know that it’s utter bullsh*t. (MF)

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Comments Are Welcome, Bigots and Trolls Are Not

  • I'd like to see 'Lucy', I like Scarlett Johansen. I don't know if I'm going to go to the theater to see it, thought. I'll probably pick it up off of Redbox or OnDemand.

  • googergieger

    So somewhere lost in this whole Mario mythos, is the fact that some dragon fucked a turtle. I want to play THAT video game.

  • John W

    How does Rob Reiner account for Sarah Palin?

  • Siege

    Maybe the best way to for Kim and Kanye to stay married is to actively avoid each other? Because I'm pretty sure if I had to spend an extended amount of time with either of them, I'd be losing my mind.

  • Stu Rat

    Oh good. That means baby Knorth has a chance of growing up reasonably well adjusted. Unless she's hot and pimp-grandma Kris takes an interest.

  • Mrs. Julien

    Okay, so I read the Anderson poem for y'all and I just want you to know that according to said chaos junkie her time with Playboy was an era of chivalry and elegance.

  • dilwazr

    Kim and Kanye's marriage is the celebrity equivalent of George W. Bush's presidency.

  • Mrs. Julien

    So in two years, we will be chagrined by the failure of our pessimistic imaginations (H/T Sarah Vowell) and it will all be so much worse and the repercussions for more wide reaching than we ever could have imagined?

  • emmalita

    I already feel that way about Kim K's celebrity.

  • emmalita

    Yes. Go George! Fabricating titilating gossip based in religious stereotypes is dangerous and damaging. I don't think people are going to take up arms against the Druze specifically because his mother-in-law to be doesn't like him, but it reinforces negative stereotypes.

  • Amanda Meyncke

    That picture of Eva Mendes is really a terrible thing. She is obviously not wanting to be photographed, she's wedged between a dumpster and a car, perhaps in her own garage, perhaps not, but this is awful. We should not be linking to stuff like this. We don't link to photos of celeb kids, so why a photo of a terrified woman trying to shield herself from unwanted photographers?

  • Zirza

    I think in this day and age there's something praiseworthy about a celebrity who doesn't feel the need to trot out her baby bump for all to see. It is, after all, none of our business. EVEN IF I AM GOING TO MARRY THAT GOSLING FELLA EVENTUALLY JUST SO YOU KNOW MENDES NO PRESSURE OR ANYTHING.

    But yeah. Poor Eva.

  • marigi

    I was just about to write the same thing. The photo is so sad....

  • Repo

    Kurt Sutter gets to be married to the glorious Katey Sagal, so I think he's going to be ok.

  • Art3mis

    Strongly agree with that piece about Fargo. I think Molly is a great character, but it's hard to look past the fact that every other woman in the show was a (usually negative) walking stereotype and that Molly was completely left out of the resolution of the story.

  • mzbitca

    Yeah I feel like the problem wasn't Molly but the fact that as the only fleshed out female she then carries the burden of being everything. Thematically I'm okay with her not being reckless and catching Malvo, because that's not her, she would have found the car, called for back up and would have sat there with the gun on him until backup got there, because unlike Gus she had nothing to atone for. Hers was one of the only clear consciences on the show.

    BUT, when all the other women are used to be the canvas on which writers paint out the male people's issues it's hard to not want Molly to have all the glory.

  • Ryan Ambrose

    [spoilers galore] I was left kinda satisfied with Gus' arc and how he was able to rectify his initial encounter with Malvo. It came full circle during that final confrontation where Malvo discovered he had inadvertently awakened Gus' animalistic drive to protect his own family at any cost. Cue image of a growling wolf for symbolism.

    However, I see your point and I'd be lying if I said I wasn't pissed by how Molly's case was left to be solved by her husband. It seemed wrong, it was like having one character steal another character's closure, thematic resonance be damned.

  • logan

    I dont see where he solved the case. He stumbled across the car from the description Molly gave him. To me the stupid part was why would you not immediately call for help? Why face him alone?

    But then from a logic standpoint the whole show didn't work.
    But it was fun to watch.

  • emmalita

    I think he faced him alone because he planned to kill him.

  • ZbornakSyndrome

    It really upset me that she let her husband go take care of the problem. I was irrationally angry about that.

  • Art3mis

    I don't think that anger was irrational.

  • Ryan Ambrose

    I wonder if Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendez will name their kid Baby Baby Goose, because it certainly sounds better than Django Undiapered.

    [shows himself out]

  • Kris

    I vote for Duck Duck Goose.

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