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Get Ready to See The Rock Naked & Did Will Smith Just Admit He Screwed Up His Kids?

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | February 10, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | February 10, 2016 |

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner! You only have a few more days to buy the worst present imaginable. (YouTube)

The Rock shared a picture of his nudity release for Ballers. So I guess we all have to start watching Ballers now? (Inverse)

People has named the Sexiest Dad of the Year. (Lainey)

Will Smith admitted in an interview that he may have gone too far with the whole hands-off parenting thing. YA THINK? (Superficial)

Susan Sarandon’s son has a much more SFW, and yet somehow even less tasteful My Little Pony tribute than the one I shared yesterday. (DListed)

Matt Lauer still isn’t over that old Tom Cruise interview. (Celebitchy)

The next time some stranger tells me to smile, I’ve got some new villainous inspiration.

Donald Trump’s son doesn’t get the big deal about waterboarding. It happens all the time at his frat house, so I guess those terrorists are just a bunch of whiners, huh? (Uproxx)


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This is the closest we’re ever going to get to a Harry Potter sequel, right? (HitFix)

I would really like to believe that in the era of early American witch trials, I wouldn’t have been one of the people burning witches. But I just don’t know if that’s true. (The Toast)

The Letters Live events always have some beautiful moments. This one comes courtesy of Ian McKellen and a fictional but powerful coming out letter. (BuzzFeed)

I’d like one of each of these space tourism posters, please. (JPL)

As an Alaskan, Cannonballer Belphebe can tell you that America was invaded and occupied by Japan during World War 2. "However, since Attu is a tiny island at the edge of the Aleutian chain, most Americans don’t know that. If you don’t grow up where history happened, it is possible to miss out on some pretty significant information." That’s why she was the perfect audience for Sarah Vowell’s Lafayette in the Somewhat United States. Just what do YOU know about Lafayette? (Cannonball Read 8)will-smith-1-800800.jpg

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