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Drew Barrymore Releases a Statement in the Wake of Her Half Sister's Unfortunate Death

By Cindy Davis | Pajiba Love | July 30, 2014 |

By Cindy Davis | Pajiba Love | July 30, 2014 |

Kate Upton bemoans the “inconvenience” of growing up pretty while I scoff, remembering my frizzy-haired, awkward self. The poor dear couldn’t even use her beauty to convince her sister to do all the farm chores. (Celebitchy)

Here’s 11 times that real-life relatives were in the same show and you didn’t even know it. For instance, did you know that Julia Louis Dreyfus’ sister was on Seinfeld several times? And that she’s currently a regular on True Blood. DID YOU KNOW JULIA LOUIS DREYFUS HAD A SISTER? (WG)

Whoopi Goldberg defended Stephen A. Smith’s moronic comments about domestic violence, because of course Whoopi Goldberg did. (Dlisted)

I’m not reading, but if you want to be spoiled for Nathan Fillion’s Guardians of the Galaxy cameo, and see a new clip, head on over… (Uproxx)

This is sad: Drew Barrymore releases a statement in the wake of her half-sister’s passing. (E!)

Alison Williams has nabbed the role of Peter Pan in NBC’s live musical, which is going to ruin all of our fond memories of …. Girls. (Screencrush)

Watch Harry Potter get the Boyhood treatment, but don’t listen to the music. (Slashfilm)

Michael Jackson tried to buy Marvel so he could play Spiderman? Just one of 26 Odd but True Comic Book Facts. (Neatorama)

The Samuel L. Jackson “Motherfucker” Supercut is my everything. I wonder if I can make it a ringtone. (YouTube)

I love stories like this; Nicole Perlman talks about how her hero, physicist Richard Feynmann led to writing a screenplay, and being drawn to Guardians of the Galaxy. Her love of science and space brought her to the Marvel writer’s program, she plucked GoG from a list of possible development material, and read all the comics from 1969 to 2008, before collaborating with James Gunn. Go girl. (THR and Forbes)

I kind of adore the idea that Kate is lusting after be-Speedo-ed swimmers, while still reassuring Prince William he’s her man. (Go Fug Yourself)

Holy Batberg! Photographer Mike Parsons shared a pic he took of a melting iceberg that bears a certain resemblance to…well, you can probably guess. (Unreality)

Omid Asadi’s hand cut leaf art is mind-bogglingly intricate and gorgeous. (Laughing Squid)

And don’t even get me started on Mikey Please’s award-winning Marilyn Myller; stop motion animation using styrofoam and light effects. My word. (via This Colossal)

Scientifically speaking, how much sleep do you really need? (Me = a lot) (Mental Floss)

If you were a fan of Pajiba’s Eloquent Eloquence posts, then you’ll know that Mrs. Julien is a very discerning woman. She’s one of Cannonball Read’s most prolific reviewers, and when she gives a book five stars, you know that means something. Mrs. Julien turned her eagle eye to The Suffragette Scandal by Courtney Milan and says, "It’s a glorious homage to the brave and quiet warriors of the world insisting on what is right." We insist you read her review. (Cannonball Read 6)

Aw…puppy tries to comfort his dreaming friend.(via Huffpo)

Cindy Davis, (Twitter) is still sleepy.

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