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Jamie Dornan Joins the Long List of People Who Don't Want Him to Play Christian Grey Anymore

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | February 24, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | February 24, 2015 |

Seth Meyers doesn’t think Norm MacDonald should have told that Eddie Murphy story. But he said so in the nicest possible way. Because he’s Seth Meyers. (Uproxx)

The Fug Girls have their Oscars red carpet roundup: Hot Dudes Edition. Come for the Elba, stay for the inexplicable Stamos. (GFY)

And for more gorgeous people being gorgeous, here are some of the best Instagram portraits from the Vanity Fair Oscars after party. (Daily Dot)

Jamie Dornan apparently doesn’t want to do any 50 Shades of Grey sequels. This seems like a situation in which everyone wins/no one cares. (Celebitchy)

Do you want to gaze upon the pure joy of Ryan Gosling and Guillermo del Toro at Disneyland? Yes, you do. (People)

This Sunday, Fashion Police troll Giuliana Rancic made some horribly racist comments about the hair of Zendaya, an 18 year old Disney Channel star. Zendaya’s response was definitely more eloquent than anything I could have written at 18. Or probably now. (Mary Sue)

American Horror Story’s Ben Woolf has passed away after being hit by a car last week. (DListed)

All the trouble Mission: Impossible 5 may or may not be having. (Lainey)

We don’t talk about Neil Gaiman enough. Let’s fix that. Here are 8 facts and one picture of him in a beekeeper’s suit. (Phactual)

When he was 20, Cannonballer Halbs was infatuated with writing a pamphlet or something he could leave all around campus. He never wrote that piece, but when he recently saw the blank covered, anonymously written Manifesto stuffed onto a bookstore shelf, he had to buy it. While Manifesto was sometimes a chore to read, it ultimately made Halbs look at himself and assess his own life. What books have made you take a look in the mirror? (Cannonball Read 7)

HOW IS THIS SO GOOD? Thank you, Kenny and Warren G, for the gift of this collaboration.

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