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Do You Want to See Jennifer Lawrence & Darren Aronofsky Share a Lollipop? Too Bad, It's Happening

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | November 4, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | November 4, 2016 |

Demi Moore wants to send you into the weekend with the image of her IRL Snapchat filtered, velvet Pippi Longstocking getup giving you giggles. (Go Fug Yourself)

Jennifer Lawrence and Darren Aronofsky did some totally casual, not-at-all staged or strategized kissing. (DListed)

Also, they’re in the lollipop-sharing phase of their relationship.

Man, Gisele Bundchen and Tom Brady sound like real fun parents. (Celebitchy)

Baz Luhrmann’s Romeo + Juliet turned 20 this week. I will always love that movie, the beautiful frenetic mess that it is. (Lainey)

Ursula’s contract was bullshit.

And while we’re talking Disney, Belle’s backstory is going to be expanded a bit in the remake. She’s an inventor who invents things that do her chores, giving her more time to read. That is may the most Belle thing possible. I’m still disappointed by yesterday’s promo pictures, but this is awesome. (/Film)

Hold up, Harry Potter Yoga is a real thing? Like, with wands and everything? AND YOU DO IT IN A BREWERY? Is this heaven? (Cosmo)

How to host a dinner party like Snoop Dogg and Martha Stewart. Fine linens are optional. (Billboard)

Jaden Smith is too beautiful for this world.

The Simpsons has been renewed through season 30. Thoughts? Are any of you even still watching the show? (HitFix)

On the totally dumb and arbitrary standards of the FCC and advertiser’s standards for cable shows. (Uproxx)

If you missed it last week, this writer totally schooled Michael Moore for perpetuating that ridiculous “no woman has ever [insert war crime here]” cliche. Yeah, women are awesome. But we’re not goddamn porcelain dolls. We have dark sides too. (DLOL)

Do you have a perfect book? Baxlala’s pick is perfect for this time of year. Shirley Jackson’s We Have Always Lived in the Castle is creepy, but we won’t ruin the experience for you by talking about that too much. "There aren’t many books that I would say are perfectly written, but between the skill of Jackson’s writing and the absolute perfection with which the story unfolds, I’d say this is one of them." (Cannonball Read 8)

Happy Friday, everybody. You deserve a rest.

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