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If You Vote, Alison Brie Will, I Promise,* Snuggle You Like This Kitten

By Joanna Robinson | Pajiba Love | November 6, 2012 |

By Joanna Robinson | Pajiba Love | November 6, 2012 |

Alright my little Elephants and Asses, I don’t care how you vote (I do) I just care that you vote (that is also true). So if the polls are still open where you are and you HAVEN’T voted, then get up off your bum and go do so. The links will still be here when you get back. As will Ms. Brie and this kitten.
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If Annie and the kitten don’t glaze your donuts, then maybe you’ll enjoy these On The Road premiere photos. Witness the light of Amy Adams’ effervescence being sucked into the black hole of Kirsten Stewart’s sulk. And then bask in the joy that is Nick Offerman.

And while we’re on the subject of Kristen Stewart, her former co-star, the lovely Dakota Fanning, speaks out against you and your judgey judginess. Yes. YOU. JUDGER. (Celebitchy)

Here’s the first look at Ken Watanabe in the Japanese remake of Unforgiven. I can only guess this is revenge for A Fistful of Dollars. (TwitchFilm)

The new Leonardo Da Vinci show portrays one of history’s most creative and talented men as a sex-crazed action hero. Yup, that looks about right. Well done, Starz. (WG)

It’s fitting that one of my favorite columns, Scandals Of Classic Hollywood, should run a piece on Ronald Reagan this Election Day. (The Hairpin)

Britney Spears is getting a book deal with Harper Collins. A tell-all? Some sort of trashy biography? NO. A NOVEL. F*CK OFF. (CinemaBlend)

Need to get that bad taste out of your mouth? May I recommend a slice of Back To The Future cake? (TMS)

Everyone always threatens to move to Canada should the election not go their way. A) Stupid, stupid idea. That nation has lost complete control of their vowels. B) Have some more imagination. Move to one of these terraced pools instead. Their gorgeous enough to make you forget your political heartbreak. (The World Geography)

This delicate note from a record exec who worked with Miles Davis’ cracked me right up. “Please advise.” That’s how I SHOULD have responded to that Britney Spears news. (THR)

And to calm your nerves while you wait for the election results, here’s the lovely Pixar short “La Luna.” See, your blood pressure is going down already.

*That’s a campaign promise and, as such, does not count.

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