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Anna Kendrick Gives a 'What the F*ck?' to Hollywood's Weird, Backwards Casting Processes

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | May 5, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | May 5, 2015 |

If you’ve looked through our Met Gala coverage, you probably noticed that there’s a thin line between couture and crazy. Chloe Sevigny, however, lives NOWHERE NEAR THAT LINE. She’s pure slapdash fuggery, all the time. (Go Fug Yourself)

John Oliver isn’t afraid of anyone. Also fuck Budweiser. Just in case we didn’t get enough of that yesterday. Seriously fuck Budweiser. (Uproxx)

You may have heard recently that Hilary Duff joined Tinder. It turns out that she’s filming her dates with the idea of turning her experience into a reality show. There is no way this can end well, and I am so excited to watch it unfold. (IDLY)

Anna Kendrick talked about how weird and completely f*cked up Hollywood’s casting processes are. She also talks about soup. (HuffPo)

Today’s Google Doodle combines Karen O of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs with badass journalist Nellie Bly.

Ellen Albertini, better known as the Adam Sandler’s rapping grandma in The Wedding Singer, passed away yesterday. (Uproxx)


One of Bill Cosby’s accusers has pressed charges in New Jersey, where there is no statute of limitations on rape. (Superficial)

David Dastmalchian is a rising actor who’s had the good fortune to work with some amazing people, and is sharing stories about them. The highlight here is Paul Rudd, who DOES give good advice, but the real takeaway is clear: Never f*ck with Melissa Leo. (Film Experience)

And now for your Things Could Be Worse Because At Least You’re Not This Dumb uplifter: a man who tried to cash a $368 billion check. I don’t know where he went wrong. This sounds like the perfect crime. (The aptly named Moron)

Cannonballer Halbs says, "Reading Pomes All Sizes [by Jack Kerouac] feels like watching Birdman or Whiplash. It’s drunk, jubilant, sweaty. The collection is manic, exhilarating, confusing, fun, heartbeating, a little sad. You’ll find friend poems, wine poems, God and Buddha poems, and a few poems about girls. The subject matter isn’t that different from a hundred other poets, but the delivery is something else." Have you read any Kerouac? (Cannonball Read 7)

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