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Lindsay Lohan Is Suing Fox News For Saying the Things Everyone Was Already Thinking

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | February 3, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | February 3, 2015 |

Marion Cotillard’s dress is just begging for a green screen contest. (GFY)

Paul Walker’s daughter posted an adorable and heartbreaking tribute to her dad after the Fast and Furious 7 trailer aired during the Super Bowl. (Uproxx)

Lindsay Lohan is suing Fox News for saying she and her mother do coke together. And now my brain is trying NOT to side with Fox News but ugh, Lindsay, and everything’s terrible and I need a nap. (The Wrap)

Also making me want to stay in bed forever: this incredibly depressing mess that’s reportedly developed between Robin Williams’ kids and his widow. (DListed)

David Oyelowo gave an interview in which he said the Academy is more comfortable celebrating black actors playing “subservient” roles. And no one in the history of ever disagreed. (Celebitchy)

Speaking of the industry’s shitty treatment of minority actors, the even-more-white-than-usual Vanity Fair Hollywood Issue has been getting a lot of criticism. And deservedly so. But I have to admit, looking at that cover, my brain keeps getting stuck on “What the hell is going on with Channing Tatum and Amy Adams? What is happening and whose idea was that??” (Lainey)

This is a fascinating look into why so many women feel more comfortable identifying as a Liz Lemon rather than a Leslie Knope. Personally, I’ve always seen myself as more of an Ann Perkins, and while I may not be proud of that, I’ve come to accept it. (Medium)

This is the stuff literary dreams are made of. Back in the 1950s, Harper Lee wrote a sequel to To Kill a Mockingbird (though, actually, it was written first). The book, which focuses on an adult Scout, was recently rediscovered, and is being published this summer. (Vulture)

And now some bad book news for us Pajibans. An artist has made a book cover with face recognition capabilities that will only open for the non-judgy reader. I’d say that eliminates about 80% of us. (Mary Sue)

Not every Academy Award winner has their careers locked in after their win. Beware the Oscar curse. (Phactual)

This is Shmookariah’s fifth year teaching All Quiet on the Western Front, and every time she reads it, she’s struck by the power of Erich Maria Remarque’s simple language. 86 years after initial publication, "…its stark beauty and desperate bleakness still bear the standard for excellence in war literature.” Have you read this classic? If not, Shmookariah’s review will convince you to add it to your "to-read" list. (Cannonball Read 7)

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