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Blake Lively Says It's 'Very, Very Dangerous' To Talk About Woody Allen's Personal Life

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | July 13, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | July 13, 2016 |

Uh oh, Amy Schumer forgot to wear pants on the cover of Marie Claire. (Go Fug Yourself)

Blake Lively says that “to speak to anyone’s personal life is a very, very dangerous thing.” She’s referring specifically to Woody Allen, which means there’s an important correction needed. Because with men like him, you know what’s actually dangerous? NOT SPEAKING TO IT. (Celebitchy)

Have you read Jennifer Aniston’s HuffPo op-ed yet, where she kindly tells tabloids to go screw themselves? You should; it’s great. …And then you should go read this piece on what Aniston deliberately and craftily leaves out. (Lainey)

And, big surprise, Piers Morgan took a similar idea of willfully playing the game, and twisted it into sexist assholery. (The Wrap)

Well, this is just the goddamn cutest.

Emmy nominations come out tomorrow, and this is a solid and depressing list of snub predictions. (Revelist)

Throwing another name into the Negan-offing theory pile. (Uproxx)

Star Trek Beyond is in the tragic and unfortunately not unique position of having to promote a blockbuster after losing a star. (Vanity Fair)

J.Lo tweeted a picture of her and Lin-Manuel Miranda with the #AllLivesMatter hashtag. My guess (although I’m not sure why I’m giving her this much credit) is that she lives in such a celebrity bubble, she didn’t know that those words were created as a response to #BlackLivesMatter, which is a necessary context in understanding why using them immediately and rightfully brands you an asshole. (Daily Dot)

Forget that Vanity Fair/Margot Robbie piece, this is the young actress profile to end all profiles. (New Yorker)

Happy Birthday to Legally Blonde. I really want this movie to hold up, and I’m scared it doesn’t, which is why I haven’t watched it in 15 years. (Mashable)

Cannonball reviewing duo Pattykakes has been working their way through two of Kristen Ashley’s longer series, the Burg books and the Rock Chick books, and they’ve compiled a "Top Ten Things You Need to Know When Reading Anything by Kristen Ashley" list. Find out for whom the slut bell tolls. (Cannonball Read 8)

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