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Emile Hirsch Assaulted a Woman at Sundance & David Oyelowo Defends Cumberbatch's Stupid Comments

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | January 28, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | January 28, 2015 |

Broadway legend Joel Grey has come out as gay at age 82. While this may fit into the Didn’t We Know That Already? category, it’s still a big f*cking heartwarming deal. (People)

David Oyelowo thinks the Cumberbatch outrage is “ridiculous.” You all know I love me some half-assed non-apology outrage, but I have to agree. Cumberbunch may be (incredibly, laughably) out of touch, but his overall message was admirable and his apology seemed whole-assed. (Celebitchy)

I think the entire appeal of Rosamund Pike’s SAG Awards gown is that she could clearly just lie down and take a nap its cushiness anywhere, anytime. (GFY)

There are rumors that sources say Johnny Depp hates his career and is looking for a new agent. Are those “sources” just “common sense”? (Lainey)

Oh this is fun. Glenn Fleshler (aka True Detective’s super creepy Erroll Childress) is going to go make flowers over on Hannibal. (Uproxx)

How is Parks and Recreation so good this season? Joanna gives us 21 reasons (alphabetically, cause Craig knows what’s up). (Vanity Fair)

Emile Hirsch hasn’t been in the public eye for a while now. What better way to get yourself noticed than to drunkenly attack a woman at Sundance? (Lots, Emile. There are lots of better ways.) (DListed)

Just one example of better things to do when you’re drunk: Make like Jimmy Fallon and start a Grease sing-along. (Daily Dot)

This is a fantastic article on the “historical innacuracies!” backlash against Selma. (Grantland)

And just a quick example of why it’s ridiculous that Selma is the ONLY movie expected to be a full-on documentary this awards season, here’s a breakdown of the Imitation Game, as fact vs. film. (Phactual)

Bart the cat was hit by a car, passed away, and was buried by his owners. That’s usually the end of that end story, but in this case, things got weird when Bart showed up at his neighbor’s house five days later. The neighbor called this “God’s miracle.” The rest of us call it a f*cking zombie cat! (People)

Emma Watson is doling out badass feminist advice on Twitter. (BF)

If yesknopemaybe could press any book into the hands of her teenaged self, it would likely be The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks by E. Lockhart. "The novel is funny, thoughtful, well-written, and most of all, feminist as fuck. It’s the kind of book you want to buy multiple copies of and disseminate to everyone you know." Don’t underestimate this short, little YA book, and don’t forget, registration for Cannonball Read 7 ends on 1/31. (Cannonball Read 7)

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