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"Academy Award Winner Jennifer Aniston" Is Happening, Whether We Like It or Not

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | December 18, 2014 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | December 18, 2014 |

Is it just me, or does Nicole Kidman look wholly Dickensian here? As it, she looks like insane Miss Havisham was traipsing around in Pip’s school uniform. How many people had to approve this nightmare? (GFY)

This Fox News anchor thinks Sony shouldn’t have made The Interview to begin with and went on a rambling crazypants Twitter rant to say so. (Uproxx)

Kanye reportedly loves his daughter North West $74,000 worth. Unless he actually bought her the North Pole, how do you spend $74,000 on a child’s Christmas presents? (DListed)

“Oscar strategist” is apparently a real job that exists. And Jennifer Aniston has hired the Jennifer Barkley of Oscar strategists. (Lainey)

Charlie Hunnam may do a decent impression af a tough badass on Sons of Anarchy, but in real life he’s just a happy hippie who wants to make ice cream in the woods. (Celebitchy)

Spider-Woman got a makeover and her new outfit is so cool and practical and sexy but not exploitative and I want it for my everyday wear. (Mary Sue)

Kate Beaton of Hark! A Vagrant awesomeness did a Google Doodle dedicated to Canadian women’s rights activist Henrietta Edwards. It’s both adorable AND educational. (Google)

Here’s some science behind why we click with certain people over others. What I’m gathering from this is that if I want someone to like me, I need to hang around a lot while wearing cotton, put them in mild danger then touch them a bunch. While they’re in an MRI machine. Also, change my last name. Wheels are in motion, everyone. (Phactual)

Nostalgia time. This list of toys you definitely wanted if you grew up in the 90s is 30 kinds of accurate. Sweet Debbie Gibson, I’d forgotten how badly I wanted Mall Madness. Also, my best friend in third grade got a pink Hot Wheels and that was immediately the end of that friendship. (Unreality)

Faintingviolet had never read anything by Dickens, so she was pleasantly surprised by Brett Helquist’s illustrated version of A Christmas Carol. Now that she’s gotten her toes wet, which Dickens classic should she take on next? (Cannonball Read 6)

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