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Kaley Cuoco Says Those Feminism Comments Were Taken Out of Context & Taylor Swift Is Cyberstalking All of Us

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | January 2, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | January 2, 2015 |

Dustin gives us a look at all the new television coming our way this month. Galavant, get on my TV screen right the hell now, please. (Uproxx)

And here’s a look at some of 2015’s most anticipated movies. Note the difference between “anticipated” and “maybe not terrible.” (Phactual)

Here are a bunch of pictures of Keri Russell looking gorgeous. (GFY)

Benedict Cumberbatch gives such good pull quote, especially when he lets his gossipy, lovingly catty side out (which is often). (Celebitchy)

Whenever I talk about Gotham, I tend to get stuck on how awesome Robin Lord Taylor is or how confused I am with myself for continuing to watch the show at all. So there’s one important aspect that’s gone entirely overlooked: Barbara Kean’s awkwardly-handled bisexuality. (Mary Sue)

Kaley Cuoco says those dumb things she said about feminism last week were taken out of context and that anyone who works in the “biz” (vomit) or “truly knows [her], knows [her] heart” would recognize that. Because billionaire actors’ interviews are ALWAYS targeted specifically to their friends and colleagues. The rest of us are just eavesdropping. (DListed)

Taylor Swift has a habit of cyberstalking her fans, buying them a bunch of gifts based on their specific interests, and sending those gifts to their homes. If anyone else did this to strangers, it would be disturbing, but when Taylor Swift does it, it’s pretty amazing. (Jezebel)

Sir Paul McCartney collaborated with Kanye West to write a song about Kanye’s daughter North West, as seen through the eyes of Kanye’s late mother and I’m sorry, am I having a stroke? Typing those words makes me feel like maybe I’m having a stroke. (Access Hollywood)

First Jennifer Lawrence is eating pizza with some new guy, now she’s back to sushi with Chris Martin. HOW ARE WE SUPPOSED TO KEEP HER FOOD-BASED ROMANCES STRAIGHT? (People)

Joanna Robinson and Da7e Gonzales have a special sneak preview of Marvel’s Agent Carter on their awesome comics podcast The Thought Bubble. Check in, if only for the rockapella intro and Special Guest: Shameless Self-Promotion. (FitWR)

Here’s a neat breakdown of what makes a good movie trailer, and what makes a terrible one. (Unreality)

This year has brought a brand new Cannonball Read! 2015 marks the seventh Read in memory of AlabamaPink. Cannonballers have lept out of the gate with 11 reviews posted in 2015, featuring authors such as Alan Cumming, Roald Dahl, Diana Gabaldon, Jon Krakauer, and Naomi Mitchison. If you wish a certain author were on that list, sign up today and add your $0.02 worth; or just stop by the blog. Every visit helps fight cancer! (Cannonball Read 7)

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