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Mark Wahlberg Is Seeking a Pardon For the Awful Things He Did As a Kid, His Rap Career Not Included

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | December 5, 2014 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | December 5, 2014 |

Mark Wahlberg, as we know, was a less than stellar citizen as a youth. Now he’s seeking an official pardon for blinding a man in a fight when he was 16. I have no idea how I feel about this, mostly because I can’t wrap my head around the fact that he only served 45 days in prison for BLINDING someone. (DListed)

George Clooney looks like a complete doof in Hail Caesar. I can’t decide which is fuggier, the hair or the armor. It’s both, right? (Lainey)

Aaron Paul knows that all we really want in life is to be able to have him call us “bitch” whenever we want, and he’s finally made that wish a reality. (Uproxx)

How excited are we for Monica Bellucci’s Bond Girl? So very excited, yeah? I mean just look at her. Try NOT to look at her. It’s difficult. (GFY)

If you missed last night’s Peter Pan Live!, here are all the best moments. Yes, they are all Christopher Walken dancing. (Vulture)

Kate Middleton and Beyoncé are going to meet. I feel like this is bound to cause some sort of time-space rift for sure. (The Cut)

Ian McKellen looks beyond thrilled to be meeting One Direction. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. McKellen and Patrick Stewart NEED an entourage of five gorgeous young men. (Yahoo)

Maybe they can help carry Patrick Stewart’s Grammy. Did you know Patrick Stewart had a Grammy? Well he does, along with these other four people/things you REALLY wouldn’t expect to. Tia Carrere, what are you doing on this list? (Phactual)

Tony Zhou is back with another film school crash course in his Every Frame a Painting Series. These never fail to amaze me. This time: How to do action comedy. (EFAP)

These rumors that Jennifer Aniston is wearing glasses to make her look smarter while she pushes her Oscar campaign are both hilarious and very possibly true. (Celebitchy)

In today’s terrible news for everyone, Rolling Stone has released a note to their readers, basically apologizing for running a story on the University of Virginia rape story that turned out to possibly be false, or at least “had discrepancies.”. If you need me, I’ll be in my internet fallout bunker, avoiding the assholes this is sure to bring out. (Rolling Stone)

This “personal isolation pod” is my new favorite way to end conversations. (Geekologie)

The Edwin Drood Murders by Christopher Lord take place in a little town in Oregon intentionally designed to recreate the look and feel of Dickens novels. Reginadelmar says it’s a fun read on a rainy weekend, and it’s filled with campy, silly, and non-boring details. Check out her review. (Cannonball Read 6)

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