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James Van Der Beek Would Really Rather You Not Ask About 'Dawson's Creek' Anymore, Please

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | March 31, 2017 |

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | March 31, 2017 |

With Ghost in the Shell out this weekend, friend of the site Angie Han takes aim at all the bullshit excuses Hollywood uses to justify racially insensitive casting. (Mashable)

These really are some beautiful magazine covers. I haven’t purchased an ACTUAL hard-copy magazine in years. If that subscriber one was for sale on newsstands, I think I would have to buy it. - (GFY)

Watching Alex P. Keaton age and show up on the cover of AARP Magazine is a slight kick in the gut. Dammit, TIME, stop moving forward! I need my heartthrobs from my teen years to still be too young to get the Early Bird Special at Denny’s, thankyouverymuch! - (Celebitchy)

OHHHH, that introduction is AWK-WAAAAARD! Yikes. The Beek handled himself well, but oh, I can only imagine that he was seething inside. - (Dlisted)

Kendrick Lamar released (“dropped” if you use the parlance of The Youths) a new song and video last night. I don’t know anything about Big Sean, or Kendrick and Drake, but according to this, Twitter has thoughts about that. I DO know that this is a great looking video and I like the song on one or two listens. I need to listen to it some more. - (Lainey)

This commercial is AMAZING! It’s funny, because it’s true. No, wait, it’s funny because it’s obnoxiously bullshittingly sad! - (PopSugar)

Hannah broke down the full Love Actually sequel a couple of weeks before we could see it in the states, but here are reunion photos of the cast. (EW)

This made me giggle like an idiot! It also made me wonder if any of my jerkass pets would even qualify for “Employee of the Quarter”. Doubtful. - (Laughing Squid)

WHY DOES CANADA GET THE BOOZY ICE CREAM AND WE DON’T? I say we invade them! - (The Impulsive Buy)

NPR’s book concierge has never steered LadyStardust wrong. China Mieville’s short story collection, Three Moments of an Explosion, might be her favorite so far. She warns that the collection may not be for everyone. The stories go to dark places, but the ones that work, "really hit and leave their unique images behind with you." Have you read the leading author of the New Weird movement? (Cannonball Read 9)

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