Zac Efron Get Punched by a Homeless Man, Natalie Dormer Strips Down, and the Shuttering of an Adored Website
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Zac Efron Get Punched by a Homeless Man, Natalie Dormer Strips Down, and the Shuttering of an Adored Website

By Dustin Rowles | Pajiba Love | March 27, 2014 | Comments ()


NBC has announced that it is sadly shutting down Television Without Pity, which sucks for a number of reasons, one of which is because a lot of people found this site through TwoP. Even more people found GoFugYourself through TwoP and then found us through the FugGirls back in our early days (including Joanna). On the bright side, you can still visit PreviouslyTV, a great television website that is ran by one of the original TwoP founders, Sarah D. Bunting. (Previously TV)

Carl from The Walking Dead has a stunt double who is a 31 year old woman, and she’s a goddamn dead ringer. (WG)

A homeless man hit Zac Efron the hardest he’s ever been hit in his life this week. I don’t care if he got hit the face, I just hope his abs weren’t bruised. (Dlisted)

Emma Watson, that is one f**king classy dress, lady. (GFY)

CBS brought Julianna Margulies and Josh Charles together to hold a wake after the dramatic departure of a character on The Good Wife. That’s not going to be enough, damnit. UNACCEPTABLE. (NYTimes)

I think Rebecca’s headline says it all: “What’s better than a dog? A dog wearing a crocheted unicorn mask.” Truer words have never been spoken. (TheMarySue)

Women are now the majority of film audiences, and yet they’re not really given the same choices as male moviegoers. WHY IS THAT AMERICA? (FSR)

Tyler Coates has sweetly put together a playist for Chris Martin and Gwyneth Paltrow’s conscious uncoupling. The Tom Petty song is particularly inspired. (Flavorwire)

SCANDALOUS. James Van Der Beek used to let Justin Timberlake use his ID to sneak into clubs in the 90s. That scamp! (E!)

Here’s five things it’s too cool to hate anymore, including Lena Dunham. Wait? Is Lena Dunham too cool to hate, or is it uncool to hate on Lena Dunham because that’s so, like, last year? (Unreality)

Mad Men has made the cover of Time magazine. (Time)

Meanwhile, Game of Thrones’ Natalie Dormer is absent most of her clothes on the cover of GQ. She’s, uh, lovely. (FS)

The Wachowskis have released another trailer for Jupiter Ascending, and this movie looks #!$#!#@$ incredible. (Slashfilm)

Competitivenonfiction calls The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield "a gem of a story." A complex mystery about stories and literature, The Thirteenth Tale will provide fodder for many a discussion. (Cannonball Read 6)

I wrote an open letter to True Detective’s Nic Pizzolatto for reasons better explained in the open letter. (Uproxx)

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