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Jennifer Lawrence's Parents Are A Little Bit Tipsy, A Little Bit Embarrassing, And a Whole Lot of Charming

By Dustin Rowles | Pajiba Love | January 30, 2013 |

By Dustin Rowles | Pajiba Love | January 30, 2013 |

Here’s our first look at Amy Adams’ Lois Lane from Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel. (via Desde Hollywood)


Here’s some more new photos from Man of Steel and Wolverine. (Ropes of Silicon)

This is not official, and could be a rumor (that may be confirmed by publish time), but Bob Dylan may be replacing Beyonce as the Super Bowl halftime performer in the wake of Beyonce’s lip synch “scandal.” This close to the game, and considering how little anyone cared about the “scandal,” I remain skeptical. (AV Club)

In the sweetest news you’ll read today, Jim Nabors — who played Gomer Pyle — married his male partner of 38 years in Seattle this week. Click over to get a gander of Gomer today, and his partner. (Hawaii News Now)

The news has already saturated the Internet, but in case you missed it, HBO has greenlit an Entourage movie, and I’m convinced Jason London crapping in a patrol car was his audition reel. I’ve already heard pretty much every joke that could be made about the Entourage film, but if there’s a place I can still be surprised, it’s always in our comments section. (/Film)

It’s bad enough there’s a movie franchise built around a Disney ride, but now there may be a television series built around a different Disney ride. (WG) Meanwhile, NBC is also ordering a television series, Wonderland, that would be a sequel to Alice in Wonderland. (Screencrush)

Wanna know the real reason Glen Mazzara was fired as showrunner for “The Walking Dead”? Well, don’t ask him. He doesn’t understand it, either. (Digital Spy)

“The Office’s” Ellie Kemper may not be out of a job for very long. Joanna suggested yesterday that she’d made a nice addition to “The Mindy Project,” but she’s circling “Brenda Forever,” an NBC show that would follow a woman growing up, centering on two age period: 13 and 31. (Deadline)

So, Max Greenfield was on Fallon last night, and he gave a great interview (he’s hilariously humbled) talking about his love of “Saturday Night Live,” and how his bah mitzvah was “SNL”-themed. Check out the whole video, but this is an picture of Schmidt from that day. (Fallon)

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You want more details about the next Muppets movie? OK. Here are some more details about the next Muppets movie. (Vulture)

Someone we didn’t expect to see again will be returning to The Walking Dead on February 10th. Who will it be? My guess? Zombie T-Dog. (Blastr)

What were the most beloved films and performances from this year’s Sundance according to attending critics? (Indiewire)

Unreality lists 7 hilarious shows from across the pond, and I’m inclined to agree with the two I’ve seen (“The InBetweeners” and “The Thick of It”). (Unreality)

MTV may cancel Teen Mom 2 because the teen mom on the show is cray cray. Is that how you say that? I feel like Oprah trying to hang with the kids and their cray cray lingo. (Celebitchy)

This is great news for both X-Files fans, and comic-book lovers, as there will be a series of X-Files comic books that reunited Mulder and Scully, and will resume where 2008’s I Want to Believe left off. (Den of Geek)

Finally, each day I find myself falling more in love with Jennifer Lawrence. She’s a Kentucky girl, and her parents are kind of what you’d expect from a Kentucky girl. She brought them out for the SAG awards, and those poor people were interviewed along with Lawrence, and I’m telling you, folks, they are great. Proud for all the right reasons, and slightly embarrassing in the way that parents ought to be.

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