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Maisie Williams is Dating a Normal & Don't Welcome Kumail Nanjiani to America. He Already Lives Here, Dummy

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | March 3, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | March 3, 2016 |

March may be a big month for strategic celebrity splits. (Lainey)

Mad Max: Fury Road’s Jenny Beavan DGAF about people clapping or not clapping for her at the Oscars. She felt good, she still feels good, and she hopes that she maybe made even a tiny difference in women’s minds by reminding everyone that we’re all free to wear WHATEVER THE HELL WE WANT. If that’s a ball gown, cool. If it’s a vegan leather jacket with a gloriously bedazzled Immorten Joe symbol, groovy. (US)

A red carpet photographer at the Independent Spirit Awards apparently kept yelling at Kumail Nanjiani to smile (blech) because, as the guy put it “you’re in America now.” (Celebitchy)

Maisie Williams (who is 18 so it’s officially not creepy to talk about her personal life. Or so I keep reminding myself) is in a relationship with a non-famous person. I bet HE knows what’s going to happen in season six. (People)


The London Has Fallen premiere was 100% gimmick, with the cast attempting to be silly with a Blue Steel-faced model in a British Guard getup. It’s all very cringeworthy until you get to Morgan Freeman. Morgan Freeman makes everything worth the wait. (Go Fug Yourself)

Another week of Better Call Saul = another mountain of Easter eggs and callbacks. (Uproxx)

Do you want to watch Jacob Tremblay call Jason Sudeikis a fart face? Of course you do. (Vanity Fair)

We’re SO CLOSE to the new season of The Americans. Here are some season 4 conspiracy theories to tide you over. (Inverse)

I feel like today’s roundup didn’t have my usual dose of ire. Here, Terrence Malick’ll fix that. (Indiewire)

"Two homicide detectives get a call to investigate a suspicious death in a historic neighborhood. All the houses are built on a hill with a steep set of stairs leading to them. The cops are both fat. HERE’S THE JOKE, GUYS. TWO FAT GUYS HAVE TO GO UP 52 STEPS." Don’t even bother reading this book, but go check out the review, if only to see how funny Cannonballer DataAngel really is. (Cannonball Read 8)

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