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Jennifer Lawrence Sure Does Know How Make Headlines (As Usual, It Involves Her Butt)

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | December 5, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | December 5, 2016 |

Oh look, Tom Hardy learned how to give interviews. (Celebitchy)

And Jennifer Lawrence should teach a master class in pull quotes. She plays that game astoundingly well. Whether you hear this story about rubbing her butt on a Hawaiian sacred site until rocks dislodged and almost killed a man, and you find it funny or distinctly UNfunny, it doesn’t matter to her or her PR team. Its entire purpose was to make headlines and it worked, all across the internet. (Superficial)

We have pictures of all the women of Ocean’s Eight now, including Sarah Paulson glaring at a paparazzo and Helena Bonham Carter maybe attempting to stab Anne Hathaway. Give me this movie now, please. (Lainey)

Tim Roth opened up about being sexually abused as a child at the hands of his grandfather. (People)

Madonna told Sean Penn she’s still in love with him. There’s also video of them doing weird groping stuff onstage at a charity event. All of this is VERY UNCOMFORTABLE. (DListed)

Jensen Ackles had twins! *scrolls quickly past so as not to get hung up on judging his choice of baby names*

The Walking Dead isn’t Rick’s show anymore. It’s Negan’s. (Uproxx)

Domino’s in Japan wanted to deliver pizzas using actual reindeer this winter. What could possibly go wrong? (Eater)

On the power of a name change. (Note: the puppy-burning movement will now be known as the “Alt-Warmth.”) (McSweeny’s)

While we’re talking the power of words, are you in the market for a devastatingly inspiring call to arms? Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, as usual, is here for you. (New Yorker)

And here’s your Monday Cry: “Patton Oswalt’s Year of Magical Parenting.” (GQ)

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