Ben Affleck's Punchable Face Identified With Nick Dunne & Lena Dunham Won't Pay Artists
Modern Family director, Ryan Case, ended up on an airplane with the worst person in the world. She did what anyone would do to cope and live tweeted her agony for 3 hours. Thank goodness for internet in the skies. (WG)
Those of you who have been side-eying George Clooney’s wedding extravaganza all weekend have met your kryptonite. You have to admit … this is one hell of a cute couple’s portrait. (Lainey)
The best part of Clooney’s party weekend? Bill Murray in a fancy water taxi. (GFY)
Robert Pattinson will never be able to date like a normal person, which is ridiculous. His new girlfriend, FKA Twigs, has received an astounding amount of cruel trolling. Fandom is a terrifying thing. (DL)
Bradley Cooper, who doesn’t want an Oscar at all, wants to make a baby with those serial-killer eyes of his. (Celebitchy)
Lena Dunham stands as the latest celebrity to “invite” artists on a promotional tour and not pay them. She wants to avoid boring people with a “traditional” tour where the author “stands behind the lectern.” Cool. Now pay up. (NYT)
Lindsay Lohan talks about how her first performance of
Plow the Speed Speed the Plow could have been even more of a disaster. She’s such an optimist. (Mirror)
In anticipation of the S4 premiere of Once Upon a Time, Jennifer Morrison and Josh Dallas talked about the show’s strong female characters. Oh, and Frozen. Sadly, The Mad Hatter did not return last night to tie up his storyline. (TMS)
Peter Quill, Han Solo, and Mal Reynolds had a debate. Not surprisingly, Quill has the edge in this argument. (Unreality)
Marvel’s Dice Masters combines Magic: The Gathering creature attacks with dice. The results are only for hardcore Marvel fans. (Slashfilm)
Here sits the tale of how Jeremy Renner became “a franchise slut,” thanks in part to an incredibly hard sell by Tom Cruise. (Cinema Blend)
Mormon hipsters are totally fine with BYU’s ban on hot beverages, man. But they’re fighting for the right to grow beards. (Jezebel)
Brad Pitt promotes Fury with a GQ cover interview. He talks about being a loner in contrast to George Clooney. And Brad reveals how he and Shia LaBeouf gave Scott Eastwood a hard time on set for no good reason at all. (GQ)
Ben Affleck says he related to his Gone Girl character, Nicke Dunne, for many reasons that he describes in detail. None of which include the “punchable face” aspect, apparently. (People)
Elva Zona’s murder remains the only known case where a “ghost” helped solve the case. If this tale hasn’t already been translated into a Halloween-themed NCIS episode, then time’s a wasting. (MF)
Kirsten Dunst made an artsy short with Vs magazine for the selfie generation.
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