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John Cusack Shares His Government Theories, Is One Craft Store Trip Short of a Full-Blown Yarn Wall

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | June 10, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | June 10, 2015 |

If you weren’t already feeling weird enough about Jerry Seinfeld today, apparently he’s (at least partly, mostly) responsible for convincing Hugh Jackman to hang up his adamantium claws. (Uproxx)

Cat print jumpsuit? Enormous housecoat worn as a cape? Liv Tyler has gone full Kooky Aunt. (Go Fug Yourself)

The Hollywood Reporter did a story earlier this week about how there are two kinds of women in Hollywood: those who show too much skin and those who don’t show enough. Which is funny because I’m writing a piece about how there are two kinds of articles about how women are constantly using their bodies wrong: the kind that make me want to throw my computer out the window and I’m still figuring out the second half of the article. (Lainey)

John Cusack (in addition to dating every woman in Hollywood) has a LOT of opinions, you guys. Did you know that the White House has Open Murder Tuesdays? Or that if you want to know if Vince Vaughn was right about letting kids bring guns to school, all you have to do is “follow the money”? So says Lloyd Dobler. (Celebitchy)

Remember that picture that was going around last year, fake-shaming Steven Spielberg for killing a helpless triceratops? Well, apparently Joyce Carol Oates doesn’t. (Salon)

If you take your engagement photos along my Schumer’s jogging route, she WILL ask to join in. Even if you have no idea who Amy Schumer is. (Vulture)

This Taylor Swift “Bad Blood” parody takes on the FDA’s crazy restrictions on gay men’s abilities to donate blood. Warning, it’s mildly NSFW for language and SUPER hot dudes. (Daily Dot)

This look at what comes after the “hipster” is your typical reductive trend piece giving a group of people a new generalized stupid name, and is also upsettingly accurate in its description of maybe 2/3 of the people I know this age. (Mashable)

The actress Cara Seymour (The Knick, An Education) has been doing some guest blooging over at The Film Experience, including this fantastic interview with American Psycho director Mary Harron, in which Harron says she’s “kind of sick” of that movie’s legacy and that, given the opportunity, she’d basically like to reshoot everything she’s ever done. (Film Experience)

Holly Madison, a former Playboy Bunny, has written a tell-all about life in the mansion and— shocker— it turns out that life wasn’t as glamorous and depression-free as you may have thought. (People)

If you want to check out Martin Short’s autobiography, get the audio version, says badkittyuno. He and his wife were very close with Steve Martin and his wife, with Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson, with Nora Ephron and Nicholas Pileggi. They had crazy parties and pulled pranks on each other, and Short’s impressions of other Hollywood stars is fantastic. (Cannonball Read 7)

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