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Jennifer Lawrence Might Be Dating Captain America & Amy Schumer Will Take a Polygraph If It'll Shut Us Up

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | January 21, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | January 21, 2016 |

Quick question: Is it still possible to pull off an old fashioned bank heist? …Asking for a friend. (Telegraph)

The NFL has just hired its first-ever full-time assistant coach who is also— get this— a WOMAN. (CNN)

There are rumors that Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Evans have gone on some dates. That would explain why this year was the hottest on record. …Get it? Cause they’re hot. I don’t know, what do you want from me? I have my eyes on the weekend. (Celebitchy)

Amy Schumer swears she’s never stolen a joke. Like, strap-her-to-a-polygraph-machine swears. (People)

Lin-Manuel Miranda and Jimmy Fallon did some Hamilton karaoke and it does not disappoint. (Vanity Fair)

Mark Ruffalo might join the Oscars boycott because MLK. (Vulture)

Someone dug up a picture of the original pilot of Sons of Anarchy, with the original Clay, before Ron Perlman was brought in. Boy, that would have been a different show. (Uproxx)

The Animated Film category at the Oscars is usually one that has a Pixar or Dreamworks movie, and then a bunch of movies no one has seen. So despite the dissing of Inside Out, I appreciate this rundown of year’s nominees. (Inverse)

The Agent Carter premiere was all hats and sunglasses and cars. It was sublime. (Go Fug Yourself)

Someone put a laugh track to The Martian to try to make it into the comedy the Golden Globes wanted it to be. It’s… pretty hard to watch. (HitFix)

The Deadpool soundtrack is a big mess of fun. (Screen Rant)

One of the greatest lessons from Greek mythology: Do not. Piss off. Hera. (The Toast)

According to Caitlin_D Year of Yes by Shonda Rhimes is the perfect January/New Year’s Resolution read; say yes to doing something that positively changes your well-being. It’s a snapshot of about 18 months in Shonda Rhimes life; while she does mention events in her childhood this isn’t a traditional memoir. At Thanksgiving, Shonda’s older sister calls her out for never saying "Yes" to anything, this festers in her mind until she decides to do something about it. (Cannonball Read 8)

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