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'Modern Family's' Behind-the-Scenes 'Divorce,' and Sleazebag Ashton Kutcher Supports Doxxing Journalists

By Dustin Rowles | Pajiba Love | November 20, 2014 |

By Dustin Rowles | Pajiba Love | November 20, 2014 |

I’d pitched an idea a few weeks ago about dreamcasting a Serial movie but came up short because there are so few known Hollywood actors that could fill those minority roles. Hollywood don’t care. They’ve approached Sarah Koenig about adapting the murder of Hae Min Lee into a movie. But the question is: Should they? And who could they cast? (Vanity Fair)

I wrote a piece this morning on the little-known-but-open-secret about the behind-the-scenes ‘divorce’ that has driven the dueling personalities of Modern Family since the third season. (WG)

Speaking of MF, here’s 8 celebrities estranged from their families (hey! Me too!) (Zergnet)

ABC has forbidden Iggy Azalea and Jennifer Lopez from going ass-to-ass on our teevees this Sunday night. (Dlisted)

You know that smear campaign the Uber executive threatened against journalist who refused to write about the service favorably? While John Hodgman quit the service over it, Ashton Kutcher thinks it’s just fine. Part of doing business, I guess. Those “shady” journos deserve what they get. (Lainey)

One of my favorite Internet writers Angie Han has done a nice job of rounding up ten movie and TV trends we love right now. By God, the entertainment industry almost seems as though it’s moving in the right direction. (/Film)

Matt Goldberg has a very nice write up on the death of legendary director Mike Nichols, who passed away at the age of 83. (Collider)

Jamie Oliver has an cruel unusual way of punishing his children. NOT COOL. (Celebitchy)

Stephen King prefers to be called Steve, folks, and 12 other facts about the horror novelist that you may not know. (Phactual)

Let’s take a moment to appreciate one of Hollywood’s most underappreciated actresses. Yes, lets. (Unreality)

He’s pissing into the wind here, but it’s the kind of urine spray I can get behind: Neil Miller’s case for Guardians of the Galaxy at the Academy Awards. (FSR)

Speaking of the Oscars, we have a new Best Picture frontrunner. (Screencrush)

There are some familiar names up for Young Jean Grey in X-Men: Apocalypse. (The Mary Sue)

Melissa McCarthy has signed onto a one-joke movie, but it’s a pretty good joke: She’ll play the title character in Tinkerbell. (Variety)

In addition to being a DOUBLE-Cannonballer with 118 books read this year so far, Malin has also embarked on the Alphabet Soup Reading Challenge where you try to read one book starting with each letter of the alphabet. Fortunately she was able to find an book for X. Unfortunately, it was X Marks the Scot by Victoria Roberts. Malin took the bullet for you with this sub-par romance novel, why not head over to her review and show your appreciation? (Cannonball Read 6)

Hugh Laurie is returning to television in one of TV’s very best comedies. (ONTD)

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