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Joaquin Phoenix Is An 'Unpredictable' Jesus & Daisy Ridley Shows Off Her Jedi Training

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | April 26, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | April 26, 2016 |

Happy fake holiday made up to sell shoes and stuff Alien Day! Go out there and buy things! (Daily Dot)

Joaquin Phoenix is in talks to play Jesus in Rooney Mara’s Mary Magdalene movie. First thought: Weird choice. The press release describes him as “unpredictable” (read: crazypants) as if that’s a selling point here? Second thought: Are they just trying to see how many blue eyes they can cram into another Jesus movie? Third thought: Those two are going to make for the most beautiful mumbly trainwreck of a press tour we’ve ever seen. It will be spectacular. (Celebitchy)

Emilia Clarke seems to be having some sort of appendicitis flare-up and the Vogue photographers couldn’t even bother to stop shooting? (Go Fug Yourself)

Jesse Eisenberg is Woody Allen’s perfect muse. Of course. (Lainey)

Morrissey wrote a tribute to Prince that turned out… pretty weird. Very Morrissey. Basically, the gist is Price > The Queen. (DListed)

Daisy Ridley is a beast.

You’ve all seen that University of Phoenix “More Than Brains” commercial, right? It’s the absolute worst. (The Toast)

Some really fantastic recommendations for your Lemonade follow-up reading. (Fusion)

For the upcoming 20th anniversary of Jerry Maguire, Cameron Crowe has released the full 25-page mission statement that’s only briefly featured in the movie. That’s some serious appreciation of detail. (The Uncool)

A previously unknown magazine article written by Harper Lee— predating To Kill a Mockingbird— has been found. (Guardian)

Earlier this year, with the fourth and final book in Maggie Stiefvater’s Raven Cycle due to be published, alwaysanswerb finally gave herself permission to read (and love) the series she’d heard so many good things about. After plowing through all three books about the Raven Boys, she only had a few agonizing weeks to wait. Lucky for you, you don’t have to wait at all, since the final book in this five-star series came out today. (Cannonball Read 8).

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