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A Warning to All You Plebs: It's Now Illegal to Say Hello to George Clooney

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | April 6, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | April 6, 2015 |

George R.R. Martin is producing another show on HBO. Yeah, that’s cool because IT’S NOT LIKE HE HAS ANYTHING ELSE HE SHOULD BE FOCUSING ON. (Uproxx)

In the battle of Miley Cyrus vs. Kim Kardashian, how can we ever decide a winner? I mean, I know who the loser is. (It’s us.) (GoFugYourself)

Taylor Swift is a scarily aggressive Easter egg huntress. Though I really can’t judge because that’s basically exactly what I looked like searching for the afikoman at the hippie Unitarian Seder I attended this weekend. Like Taylor Swift, I have may have thrown some elbows but I found the shit out of that matzo. (Buzzfeed)

If you happen to find yourself in Laglio, Italy, and run into George and Amal Clooney, DO NOT SAY HELLO. Avert your eyes and run away. Anything else may cost you a $600 fine. (Gawker)

Mindy Kaling’s brother Vijay pretended to be black and applied to a bunch of medical schools in order to yell reverse racism or something. Of course, he also says he did it to appear more bangable to chicks, and he compares himself to Rosa Parks because that’s how you win arguments, you know. Mindy, please come claim your brother. (DListed)

Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Martin are apparently still a thing. (Celebitchy)

January Jones says she wishes her son thought she was cooler, also maybe doesn’t understand how babies work. (People)

If you’ve ever wondered why Rachel McAdams didn’t explode into a huge movie star, here’s a pretty stellar explanation. (Forbes)

Zach Braff and Donald Faison have found their niche: they’re taking on the pizza catering market for gay weddings in Indiana. (HuffPo)

Jenny S is a big fan of The Mountain Goats and John Darnielle’s lyrics in particular, so it wasn’t too surprising for her to find that Darnielle wrote a book. Wolf in White Van. "…this novel might not appeal to everyone. It’s dense and complicated and dark. It took a couple of chapters for me to get a feel for Darnielle’s rhythms but soon after I was hooked." Check out her review and see if this book’s the thing for you. (Cannonball Read 7)

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