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Cameron Diaz Advises Women to Have Lots of Lovers Instead of Just One (Boring) Man

By Cindy Davis | Pajiba Love | April 16, 2014 |

By Cindy Davis | Pajiba Love | April 16, 2014 |

Anthony Mackie wants a Wonder Woman movie for little girls to look up to, whether it makes money or not. Who knew we could love him even more? (The Mary Sue)

I mean, we can’t leave it all on Kim Kardashian’s shoulders, even if she is wearing some sort of…what I hope is a costume? What is she wearing? (Go Fug Yourself)

Comic artist and animator Bruce Timm’s animated tribute to Batman’s 75th Anniversary is absolutely gorgeous. Watch it! (Unreality)

You lucky dogs in NYC and LA can check out the Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary Art Show in person; the rest of us will have to make do checking out pictures of the pictures. (Slashfilm)

If you missed Fargo premiere (and a grand performance by Martin Freeman) last night, you also missed this adorable Louie promo. Perhaps, indeed. (YouTube)

Craig Ferguson And Jim Rash Wrote The World’s Worst Joke For Joel McHale. (Uproxx)

Trying to place your favorite Game of Thrones actors? Check out the many accents of the British Isles. Dialects are fascinating. (via The High Definite)

Cameron Diaz rolls on with her worldwide women’s counseling tour. After passing on her hoo-ha maintenance advisory, and reminding us we all want to sleep with each other, she’d also like us to know we should sleep around. (Celebitchy)

The adorable Prince George continues his world domination tour with Australia. Bow down to the chubby legs! (Dlisted)

Ricky Gervais Suggests Netflix may be spinning off The Office (UK); Dustin says, “Let’s leave perfect alone.” (Warming Glow)

Banksy created a couple of very interesting new murals; both are apt, but “Mobile Lovers” makes me a little sad. (This Colossal)

My dad taught me #13 when I was a kid, and it has never failed me. 15 Ways to Cure Hiccups. (Mental Floss)

Who would think that a murder mystery set in 1018 would merit a five-star rating? Well DataAngel was surprised by Martin Jensen’s The King’s Hounds too. “It’s like Holmes and Watson in a ‘Road To…’ movie.” (Cannonball Read 6)

Watch the puppies + share the puppies = help the puppies! (via HuffPo)

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