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Jessica Chastain and Meryl Streep React to Russell Crowe's Idiocy In Very Different Ways

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | January 8, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | January 8, 2015 |

Phylicia Rashad says she was misquoted when she defended Bill Cosby. Not that she’s NOT defending him, just not with those exact words. (Uproxx)

In case you somehow missed this story of Chris Evans escorting Betty White to the stage at the People’s Choice Awards, or you want to read it again, or you just want it in GIF form, here ya go.(VF)

Courtney is trying to make us feel very, very old with these 20 movies turning 20 this year. (VH1)

Channing Tatum’s YouTube playlist is exactly what you’d expect: sex jams and bareknuckle fights. (Blemish)

Over the holidays, Russell Crowe said some really idiotic things about women in Hollywood, in which he mentioned Meryl Streep as an example of how there are PLENTY of roles for women of all ages (as long as you’re Meryl Streep). Meryl has now come out defending him and it’s my least favorite thing she’s ever done. (Celebitchy)

Jessica Chastain, on the other hand, thinks he’s a moron. (CB)

Robert Downey Jr. is right on the precipice of being too old for this shit, isn’t he? Sure, he’s got the formula for a good acceptance speech down, but he seems over it. (Lainey)

Let’s all point and sneer at the Church of Scientology for being generally terrible and destructive, and specifically for tipping $0 on a $2,000 pizza delivery. I guess Xenu doesn’t teach basic decency. (LAist)

Because why not? Here are a bunch of movies featuring dinosaurs. (Unreality)

Here are 11 songs you may not have known were written by Prince. (Phactual)

A couple of years ago, bonnie’s review of American Psycho appeared here on Pajiba, and a commenter suggested she try reading Blood Meridian, "American Psycho is a bedtime story compared to that." So for Cannonball Read 7, bonnie took on that challenge. Check out her thoughts as she plows through ".. one of the most visceral, provocative books [she’s] ever read." (Cannonball Read 7)

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