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Lindsay Lohan Is Too Classy For America, And Anna Kendrick Drapes Herself in Velvet

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | December 15, 2014 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | December 15, 2014 |

Dustin rounded up some of the reviews of Netflix’s Marco Polo. They’re not ALL terrible. One critic went so far as to say “it is not the worst show I’ve ever seen.” Compared to the rest, that’s practically a rave. (Uproxx)

There’s been a lot of talk today about the revelation of the pay gap between Jennifer Lawrence and her male co-stars in American Hustle. It’s not so weird that she was paid less because yes, she’s a huge box office draw, but her role was also tiny. Amy Adams, though? Why the hell was she paid less than Bradley Cooper? Was it because his hair took more work? (Lainey)

Is Barbara Walter’s Most Fascinating People list a joke? Is she maybe trolling us and doing a really great job of it? Sure, her number one is Amal Alamuddin, who IS a fascinating person, but funny that Barbara only thought so after she married George Clooney. (DListed)

Lindsay Lohan is preparing to become a super classy person. She swears she’s moving to London and may even, like, do a period piece. Or at least something with a British accent. Which she can already do because Parent Trap, remember? See? Classy. (Celebitchy)

Remember that Seinfeld episode where George says if he could, he would drape himself in velvet? Anna Kendrick apparently feels the same way. Though her face suggests maybe it’s not as fulfilling as she expected. (GFY)

What do you get when Santa Con happens on the same day as a huge police brutality protest? Some very sad, very confused, very out of touch Santas. (Buzzfeed)

Missi Pyle has been guest blogging over on the Film Experience and she’s been talking Pushing Daisies, Gone Girl and Nancy Grace, and also a story about how one time Ryan Gosling stared into her soul. (Film Experience)

Krysten Ritter may not have been a comic book fan before she was cast as Jessica Jones, but she sure is now. She’s geeking out all over the place. (/Film)

These DC comic variant covers modeled after classic movies are GORGEOUS. I’d like one of each please, but that Selina Kyle/Bullit one does something especially funny to me. (Unreality)

This look at what 2015 was supposed to be like according to Back to the Future II makes me VERY disappointed with reality. Where’s my voice-activated fruit dispenser, damn it? (Phactual)

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Not because of some jolly dude in a red suit, or the spirit of giving and generosity, or even a ghost that warns you of your mistakes in life so you can have another chance. No, it’s the best time of year because registration for Cannonball Read 7 has begun! Come join the folks on the CBR group blog for their seventh year of reading, reviewing, and fundraising to kick cancer’s ass! (Cannonball Read)

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