What the Hell, Franco? Scam On Someone Your Own Age, Sleazy McSleazestein
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What the Hell, Franco? Scam On Someone Your Own Age, Sleazy McSleazestein

By Dustin Rowles | Pajiba Love | April 3, 2014 | Comments ()


I honestly don’t know what to think, here. I’ve seen this story on several sites, and they all say that James Franco allegedly try to pick up a 17 year old on Instagram and meet her in a hotel, and I don’t know if this is a denial or not. (DListed)

Here are ten of television’s moments in NAAARM. (You know what I’m talking about). (Uproxx)

Here’s the red carpet for the Mad Men premiere. I’m going to give first place to Jessica Pare, and second place to Vincent Kartheiser’s partially grown back hairline. Yikes. He looks like he was trying to go DeNiro in Taxi Driver and quit halfway through. (GFY)

The character descriptions for MTV’s Scream TV series may tickle your gag reflex. (TheMarySue)

Those of you who follow Joanna in her various capacities around the Internet may have been introduced to a certain wonderful YA novel that’s now being adapted into a movie. (VanityFair)

Dredd fans (all six of us): Karl Urban continues to fight the good fight to make a sequel (YouTube)

Check out the fascinating statistics on Fanfiction. I can’t bear to look. (Unreality)

Lit nerds, here’s something to eat up your afternoon: The 50 Best Southern novels ever written. (Flavorwire)

Kaley Cuoco got breast implants at 18 and says it’s the best decision she ever made, and while that may not be the best message to send to other 18 year olds, I dig the honesty. (Celebitchy)

Speaking of Cuoco, Big Bang Theory is teaming up with LucasFilm for an episode called Star Wars Day. I trust that you guys will react appropriately. (THR)

This deleted scene from Gravity changes EVERYTHING. (WARNING: May contain krypton). (FSR)

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