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Everyone In the '50 Shades of Grey' Cast Hates Each Other & Amy Pascal Steps Down at Sony

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | February 5, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | February 5, 2015 |

Surprise! Johnny Depp and Amber Heard got secret-married, just a few days before their pirate-themed planned wedding. My guess as to why: Depp couldn’t choose between his indoor formal scarves and his outdoor formal scarves. So two weddings! (DListed)

Meanwhile, Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux are still “haggling” over their prenup. Those damn Netflix royalties are always getting in the way of romance. (Celebitchy)

Sean Hayes opened his guest-hosted Late Late Show episode in a spectacular fashion. I’m still partial to Adam Pally opening with an apology for being there in the first place, but Hayes was pretty great too. (Uproxx)

I’m pretty sure I’ve included to this before, but with last night’s premiere of Fresh Off the Boat, it seems like a good time to relink to one of the greatest pieces of television writing ever put onto the internet. Eddie Huang shares the story of how that show made it to air, and how American audiences had to be manipulated into tolerating it. “Sell them pasteurized network television with East Asian faces until they wake up intolerant of their own lactose, and hit ‘em with the soy. ” (Vulture)

Amy Pascal has resigned from her position as co-chairwoman of Sony Pictures, possibly because she’d prefer a job where people don’t give a shit if she wants to be racist or call movie stars spoiled brats. (NYT)

The CEO of Twitter has acknowledged “we suck at dealing with abuse and trolls.” He also claims full responsibility and vows to take steps to fix the problem. What really warms my cockles is that this was, at least in part, spurred by Lindy West’s incredible This American Life segment about trolls. (Verge)

It’s no secret that pretty much everyone involved in the 50 Shades of Grey movie hates each other. Here’s a compilation of the most passive-aggressive press tour quotes. It’s a lot of just heavy sighing. (Gawker)

Nick Offerman’s story of becoming Ron Swanson is inspiring and heartwarming but more important than all that is the fact that Megan Mullally calls her husband “Fat Boy” when she’s being encouraging. (Business Insider)

Broad City paper dolls. I repeat, BROAD CITY PAPER DOLLS. Though after last night’s episode, Abbi’s should maybe come with one more adornment. (Vulture)

Mila Kunis is just as excited about her post-baby boobs as the rest of us. (Esquire)

Because I want you to be happy, here are a bunch of pictures of Bruno Mars standing next to tall people. (Yahoo)

Of these eight movies made obsolete by advances in technology, I would most like to see a remake of Memento, in which Guy Pearce invents an app to replace all his Polaroids and tattoos. (Phactual)

The most challenging review that Cannonballer Lollygagger has written so far was of Good Manners for Nice People Who Sometimes Say F*ck by Amy Alkon. "…it is nine really solid chapters, two amazing chapters, and one utterly awful shit show of a chapter." Find out why one section of a book on etiquette turned her stomach. Hint: it’s the chapter on dating. (Cannonball Read 7)

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