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Jennifer Lawrence Is Eating Pizza With a New Guy, Which May or May Not Be a Euphemism

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | December 17, 2014 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | December 17, 2014 |

Stephen Collins has owned up to those molestation accusations and apologized for the “terribly wrong” thing he did 40 years ago. Okay, but what about the stuff he did 20 years ago? (DListed)

Roman Polanski wants his own decades-old charges dropped. Not because he’s sorry or anything, but so he can make a movie in Poland. Ugh, I know, Roman. Fleeing sentencing after raping a child can be so inconvenient for your career, right? (Celebitchy)

Do not f*ck with Anderson Cooper. He will win. Every. Time. Just ask this Twitter troll. (Uproxx)

Did Rita Ora get confused by the term “red carpet event”? (GFY)

Jennifer Lawrence may have a new bone buddy, but all I really care about in this story is that the two ordered pizza and then half an hour later ordered MORE pizza. #TheDream (Yahoo)

New York is developing plans for an underground park, and the concept art is straight out of every sci-fi movie you’ve ever loved. (Unreality)

What in the name of broken ribs is Disney thinking with this (hopefully photoshopped) Cinderella poster? (Mary Sue)

Guy Pearce is launching a pop music career. If that fact isn’t weird enough on its own, his first music video will put you over the top. I have no idea what he’s selling with this overly weird infomercial theme. Himself? Terrible music? Nightmares? (Nerdist)

This ranking of Jane Austen dudes claims to be definitive, but I’m not so sure. Although claiming being courted by Mr. Darcy is “sort of like dating a teenage boy” is spot on. (BF)

Of all the people who you would be okay with leaking news of your pregnancy, Joey Fatone is probably pretty low on that list, huh? (Lainey)

The Obamas talked their favorite films of the year and Michelle uttered that sweet, sweet mantra of book snobs everywhere: “The book is much better than the movie.” (Indiewire)

Doombiscuits says that Mystery in White: A Christmas Crime Story by J. Jefferson Farjeon, "…combines elements of Murder on the Orient Express and the country (haunted) house murder mystery, but puts its own spin on them, effectively using the interior of the house and its eerie emptiness, and the claustrophobia induced by the blizzard, to create suspense. " Check out this seasonally-appropriate book that got her to a half-Cannonball, 26 books reviewed in a year. (Cannonball Read)

Ian McKellen stopped by Sesame Street to teach Cookie Monster about self-control. One cookie to rule them all!

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