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Justin Bieber Ruined a High School's Prom & Jennifer Lawrence Turned Down a Date With a Prince

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | April 27, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | April 27, 2015 |

Here are some things you might not know about the Daredevil cast. And let me just say, if you haven’t heard Rosario Dawson speak Klingon, you’re missing out. (Uproxx)

The White House Correspondents dinner was a who’s who of elegant capes. (Go Fug Yourself)

Rachel McAdams and Colin Farrell have reportedly gotten close during True Detective filming and are now making flowers together (or close to it). They both seem like the right level of sexy/nutso for that to work. (Celebitchy)

And in fun manufactured celebrity shippings that are definitely not real but fun to imagine anyway: Jennifer Lawrence apparently turned down a date with Prince Harry. (Xposé)

If Justin Bieber had crashed my prom and turned it into a screamy, sleazy, AXE body spray-reeking shit show, I would have been PISSED. (DListed)

NBC News’ internal investigation into Brian Williams has uncovered about a half dozen more truths he stretched, always to make a situation look like he was more at risk than he was. This does not look like it will end well for Williams. (NYT)

A bunch of audience members demanded refunds after Dave Chappell gave an allegedly drunken mess of a show in Detroit. Although by some accounts, the bigger problem was the drunken mess of an audience itself. (Daily Dot)

A woman found a two-way mirror in a bar bathroom and the bar owner was, uh… less than helpful. Read at risk of rage. (Jezebel)

This Adam Sandler Ridiculous Six situation just keeps getting worse. Someone got their hands on an early draft of the script, and it is gross. About as gross as you’d expect from a movie that cast VANILLA ICE AS MARK TWAIN. (AV Club)

Taiwanese dog owners are doing things to their pets’ heads that can have no other purpose than to confuse your brain. (Geekologie)

Even though The Dog Stars by Peter Heller is another post-apocalyptic novel, The Mama says that "…unlike [Cormac] McCarthy, who is grim and stark and who often left me feeling depressed, Heller somehow managed to infuse what should be a very bleak story with something completely unexpected: hope. (Cannonball Read 7)

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