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Amal Clooney Is Tired of George's Friends Because Of Course She Is

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | January 9, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | January 9, 2015 |

These now and then shots of the Sesame Street cast lifers may have made me a little teary, and I’m not totally sure why other than that I want to have spent my entire life in that world. (Uproxx)

Charlize Theron is demanding to be paid the same amount as Chris Hemsworth for Huntsman. It hurts my brain to think this was even an issue. (Lainey)

Joaquin Phoenix doesn’t give a crap about the Golden Globes, but he does have his eye on a certain host. Watch out, Nick Kroll. Phoenix is coming for you. (Vulture)

While I STRONGLY prefer Rebecca’s version, this improved Ant-Man trailer shows what a difference a song makes. (/Film)

Oh, did Chris Evans think he was the only dude making a play for Betty White? Not so fast, Cap. She’s got a regular rotation of strapping young suitors. (Zap2It)

Can you imagine Amal Clooney having a conversation with Jonah Hill? Yeah, apparently neither can she. Sorry, Amal. When you marry the Cloons, you marry into the whole bro family. (Celebitchy)

I went into Agent Carter not knowing anything about the character. This awesome brief crash course not only makes me feel like an expert in her lineage, but makes me love Peggy even more. (Mary Sue)

Did you know Michael Keaton was up for the role of Jack Sparrow in Pirates of the Caribbean? I feel like we could have had a very different Keaton if that had happened. Also, possibly a very different Johnny Depp. (Phactual)

I want to live inside these gorgeous NASA exoplanet travel posters. (Geekologie)

In the 1920s, people thought the combination of peas, pickles, peanuts, and mayonnaise served in a piece of iceburg lettuce was the height of domestic sophistication. Cannonballer Ale reports that in the book Fashionable Foods, author Sylvia Lovegren "… breaks up the research with historically accurate recipes that, for the most part, haven’t been updated for the modern palette, allowing the reader to stare in horrified mortification at what our great-grandparents shoveled into their gullets in the name of progress." Sounds delicious ! (Cannonball Read 7)

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