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Jesse Eisenberg Says Comic-Con Is Like Genocide, Just In Case You Were Starting To Like Jesse Eisenberg

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | July 14, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | July 14, 2015 |

If you’re wondering why The Tonight Show has been off the air for a few weeks, it’s because Jimmy Fallon had a horrific finger accident that will make your whole body squirm, and it’s all the fault of his wedding ring. IS THIS A METAPHOR, JIMMY? (Uproxx)

Surprise! The women of Game of Thrones looked spectacular at Comic-Con. Not even Natalie Dormer’s weird pants and Sophie Turner’s horrible dress could make them come off any less goddess-like. (Go Fug Yourself)

NASA’s New Horizons has just gotten the best images of Pluto yet and you guys, I think the dwarf planet may be a little sweet on us. (Daily Dot)

Jesse Eisenberg says Comic-Con is like genocide. Celebrities, look, we get it. The paparazzi are terrible. Fans can be terrible. Your schedules can be grueling. But you are millionaires who play pretend for a living. Please stop comparing elements of your press tours to rape and mass murder. (Yahoo)

Someone finally explained to Whoopi Goldberg what “statute of limitations” means and now she’s finally “kinda” changing her stance on Bill Cosby. (Deadline)

Gwyneth Paltrow would like to teach you how to yawn properly. Yup, unless your yawns are a 7-step process that take up a good couple of hours from your day, you’ve apparently been doing it wrong. (Celebitchy)

Speaking of celebrity life advice no one wants, Lena Dunham is starting her own GOOP-ish site. She describes it as “your over sharing Internet friend who will yell at you about your finances, help you choose a bathing suit, lamp, president … AND tell you what to do if you need an abortion.” Quick, don’t everyone rush to the “subscribe” button at once. (The Cut)

Star Trek Beyond is doing a cool thing for charity. I can’t decide which part of this video I like more: Idris Elba breakdancing at the end or Zachary Quinto’s clear disinterest in the whole project. (Just kidding, it’s John Cho’s super awkward dance moves, obviously.)

You know who Morrissey hates? Kids today. (DListed)

Lady Gaga’s traveling clothes are different than your traveling clothes. (People)

This French artist’s Batman suit made of bark is all your Gotham/Groot nightmare hybrids come to life. And also very, very cool. (DD)

The Girls at the Kingfisher Club by Genevieve Valentine, a re-telling of the classic fairy tale The 12 Dancing Princesses, hit all of Fiat.Luxury’s soft spots: Manhattan, fairy tales, the Jazz Age, and, perhaps most importantly, ladies who shut down the dance floor. If you’re a sucker for the cheesiest dance stories or even the most discretely dramatic conversation during an Austen Regency dance, this book’s for you. How soon till this is on Broadway? (Cannonball Read 7)

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