film / tv / politics / social media / lists / web / celeb / pajiba love / misc / about / cbr
film / tv / politics / web / celeb


Justin Bieber Says His Life Is Not Easy, and We'd All See That If We Weren't Such Stupid Peasant Idiots

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | March 31, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | March 31, 2015 |

Whoa. I don’t think Dustin is exaggerating by calling this “the single best decision anyone has ever made on The Walking Dead.” If ever there was an example for a ‘f*ck the source material’ argument… (Uproxx)

Let’s take a second and look to the Kids’ Choice Awards to see what the youths are wearing these days. You know, we don’t want to be too far out of tou—- NEVER MIND. I TAKE IT BACK. I DON’T WANT TO KNOW. (Skip ahead for some just weepily adorable pictures of some Jolie-Pitt kids.) (Go Fug Yourself)

Justin Bieber says that unless we’re “stupid,” we’ll get that is life is super hard. Of course, I know that the $1.4 million car he almost immediately brags about owning doesn’t make for an easy life, but it sure does suggest an idiocy that’s not coming from our direction. Oh, he also says we should be able to tell that he’s changed recently because he has the eyes of a Disney woodland creature or some such nonsense. What a delight. (USA)

Russell Crowe clarified those insensitive, tone deaf comments about women’s roles in Hollywood by… making the exact same comments all over again. (Celebitchy)

Look, Kit Harrington can’t help it if he’s really, really, ridiculously good looking. But it makes him sad when you keep pointing it out, okay? (DListed)

Marc Maron gave a really insightful interview on the changes between the last big comedy boom and now. (Vulture)

Don’t pretend like you haven’t spent hours upon collective hours considering what it would be like if John Cho were your boyfriend. You can’t fool me. (The Toast)

What in the world are you doing reading these words right now when you could be playing Google Maps Pac-Man??? (Dorkly)

Yesterday my mastery of basic addition and the passage of time proved… problematic. Let’s see how this timeline of the entire Jurassic Park franchise pans out. (Phactual)

OG Cannonballer, Prisco, reviewed David Moody’s standalone novel, Strangers, for this year’s Read and says that though it’s "…a horror story with a lethal sexual parasite, the conventional bits of small-town secrets and domestic strife are the far more intriguing". (Cannonball Read 7)

'New Girl' Renewed with an Awesome New Guest Turn | Did You Know the Church of Scientology Started a Kid's Pop Group?