Kristen Stewart Says Her 'Twilight' Sex Scene Was Pure 'Agony,' Calls Fame 'Worst Thing in the World'
I’m madly in love with Carey Mulligan, which is the only explanation for how I feel about this outfit. I should absolutely hate a UFO-adorned pant suit, but I can only manage to find it eccentrically adorable on her. (Go Fug Yourself)
Jessica Alba has never been especially impressive as an actress, right? That’s something we can all agree on? Well, she’s kind of killing it in the business world. (Celebitchy)
We love the Kristen Stewart completely freed of Twilight, who is now free to hate fame, complain about red carpets premieres, call Hollywood “disgustingly sexist” and throw shade at women who do nude scenes. (Dlisted)
John Stamos is assures us that the Fuller House Olsen twins drama is done. (Superficial)
A bunch of paparazzi shots of Zac Efron’s new movie, Dirty Grandpa, have been leaking this week and things are looking… interesting. Like, weird stuffed toy underwear weird (Celebitchy) and Robert Deniro’s thumb up Efron’s bum weird. (E!)
PETA may not be your favorite organization, but they have brought us this Tom Hardy face, so for that we can be thankful.
David Simon, the creator of The Wire, gave a very lengthy interview on how Freddie Gray fits into the systemic war on drugs. You should probably spend some time with this today. (The Marshall Project)
I sometimes forget how long Mad Men has been on the air, and then Dustin gives us a Kiernan Shipka visual timeline that both reminds me and makes me feel very old. From that bit in the pilot with the dry cleaning bag play toy to now, that girl has basically grown up in front of us. (Uproxx)
A few new images from the sexiest Macbeth adaptation ever were released yesterday. (Screen Rant)
Did you think Pitch Perfect 2 wouldn’t have a scene of the whole cast singing “Cups”? You would have been wrong. (HuffPo)
Just a warning that A24 films, the studio behind Ex Machina, has no qualms about publicly shaming anyone who insists on reducing their movies to sexist douchery. (Twitter)
How many of you came to Pajiba via Go Fug Yourself, or vice versa? If you’re a super-fan of Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan, you know that they’ve also written two young adult novels, and earlier this month, their first novel for adults came out. Check out kdm’s Cannonball Read review of The Royal We, a fictional take on the courtship of Prince William and Kate Middleton, and see if it’s up your alley too. (Cannonball Read 7)
Once you can get past the horror of how this tortoise lost his legs, his rocking wheels should make your day.
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