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Barbara Walters Flirting With Bradley Cooper Will Make Your Skin Crawl

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | December 16, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | December 16, 2015 |

Beyonce seems to be trying to avoid the paparazzi by disguising herself as a child’s drawing of a Christmas tree. (Go Fug Yourself)

Joshua Jackson’s dad has weighed in on the Diane Kruger/Norman Reedus rumors, and his opinion I think can be boiled down to “those crazy kids.” (Lainey)

We haven’t been talking much about Alicia Vikander’s awards season press rounds, but she’s been dedicating pretty much every interview to talking about gender and feminism. This time: how she did four films in a row without ever talking to another actress onscreen (and also never realized that was strange). (Celebitchy)

Just reading these quotes of Barbara Walters “flirting” with Bradley Cooper is skeeving me out. A tip for professional interviewers: “screwable” is maybe not an appropriate word to throw around. (People)

Officially (even more) excited for The Hateful Eight, thanks to this badass soundtrack number.

I’m seasons behind on The Walking Dead and even I know this is the single most imporant question in relation to the show. (Uproxx)

I just spend way too long trying to decide which of these 100 tweets to embed as my “favorite.” I can’t decide. At least 40 of them made me ugly-laugh-cry. (Playboy)

Here’s a cool spoiler-free Star Wars tidbit: the new droid BB-8 has a surprising SNL alum voice credit. (Vanity Fair)

Also spoiler-free: these 1977 A New Hope reviews. Apparently it was straight-up impossible to review that movie without comparing it to The Wizard of Oz. (IndieWire)

I know that owning an immortal cat is a horrible nightmare of a threat for some of you, but this man— whose cate have set the Guinness record for oldest feline TWICE— is absolutely fascinating. (Atlas Obscura)

Men: they’re just so hard to shop for. (Side note: I don’t know what a “wireless meat suitcase” is but I WANT THREE PLEASE. (The Toast)

Take a moment to read this beautiful letter Courtney wrote to her daughter, about how hard and wonderful it is to be a sensitive person in this shitbag of a world. (Good Bad List)

Happy 240th birthday to Jane Austen, an author near and dear to the heart of Cannonballers worldwide. Pride and Prejudice (in manga form too), Emma, and Persuasion have been reviewed multiple times, along with non-fiction books about Jane and her fame, not to mention spin-offs like Longbourne, For Darkness Shows the Stars, Jane Austen Goes to Hollywood, and even Pride and Promiscuity: The Lost Sex Scenes of Jane Austen. Comment below which Austen book (or tribute) is your favorite and celebrate #JaneAustenDay! (Cannonball Read 7)

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