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28-Year-Old Crone Olivia Wilde Was Deemed 'Too Old' To Play Leonardo DiCaprio's Wife

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | March 16, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | March 16, 2016 |

This is so cool, and also so depressing. Royal Brunei Airlines’ first all-female pilot crew just flew into a country where they wouldn’t be allowed to drive cars. (Independent)

When Olivia Wilde was 28, she auditioned to play DiCaprio’s wife in Wolf of Wall Street, but was told she was too old. Because everything is gross. (Dlisted) In the same interview, Wilde also talked about how Jason Sudeikis basically ignored her into marrying him. That part is… also kind of gross, right? But funny, too, for sure. (Uproxx)

On the ‘are they/aren’t they’ romance between the new Xena & Gabrielle. (Celebitchy)

I ‘SHIP IT. (Lainey)

I do not care if this story about Marlon Brando and James Dean’s longtime S&M relationship is true or not. It doesn’t matter. I am picking up this raunchy slash fic unauthorized biography IMMEDIATELY. (DListed)

The Academy has finally responded to the anger over that tasteless Asians Oscar joke. It’s, like, almost an apology. Is a rubber stamped ‘sorry any aspect of this was offensive’ apology better than nothing? (Vanity Fair)

Nightmares. Nightmares with a great soundtrack, though.

Gwyneth Paltrow reprised that labia jumpsuit look. (GFY)

Y’all know I love a good depressing, morbid interactive map of the human body telling us what’s going to ultimately do us in. (IFLS)

Wow, the GOP is even more disconnected from reality than we thought. (The Hill)

Scientists found a pregnant T-rex (skeleton) because LIFE FINDS A WAY. (Washington Post)

Cannonballer lainiefig gave five stars to Doomsday Book by Connie Willis on reread (or re-reread?). "I think one of the things I love the most is how the characters are fleshed out in both parts of the story. If anything, the people in the Middle Ages come to life even more than the ones closer to our own time." Ever read this one? (Cannonball Read 8)