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Natalie Dormer Really Doesn't Get Why We Were All So Creeped Out By That Tommen Sex Scene

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | August 18, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | August 18, 2015 |

Over on Uproxx, Dustin is trying to figure out why The Walking Dead is so bananas popular. Glenn Beck thinks it has something to do with ISIS, but I agree that it probably has more to do with family. (Uproxx)

Terry Crews did his usual spectacular red carpet high jump for the Teen Choice Awards, but TO THE EXTREME. Or maybe it just looks so high because of all the tiny youths in attendance. (Go Fug Yourself)

Natalie Dormer continues her streak of saying really weird things in interviews. The subject this time: that post-coital wedding night scene with 12-year-old Tommen. Turns out, she just doesn’t get why we all found it so skeevy. The sex. With a 12-year-old. (Celebitchy)

Remember when Emile Hirsch attacked Daniele Bernfled, a female Paramount executive at Sundance? Well, he plead guilty yesterday and has been sentenced to a whopping 15 days in jail. Bernfled’s statement as to why this is total bullshit is fantastic and horrifying. (LAist)

You might think a production of Hamlet wouldn’t need last-minute rewrites, but apparently you’d be wrong. This Benedict Cumberbatch production sounds all kinds of cringey. (Daily Beast)

This 13-year-old girl wrote an anthem for all the reasons we want Donald Trump to go away.

On the other hand, The Atlantic asked a bunch of Trump supporters a very basic “Why?” and the responses are pretty amazing. Some are surprising, some are stupid and misinformed, and some are just depressing. Or maybe hilarious. I can’t tell the difference anymore. (The Atlantic)

And oh my god do I hate writing Trump’s name this many times, but when a PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE tells the New York Times that Heidi Klum is “no longer a 10,” it’s worth herding some rage. Klum’s response, though, is the real prize here. (Time)

Here’s a nice palate cleanser: Patrick Stewart kissed Conan O’Brien on the mouth. And it was glorious. (Mashable)

If you’re wondering why basically every human seems to have a podcast, our own Brock Wilbur has some insights as to why. Or at least why he has one (and by one I mean a bunch), despite a complete disinterest in podcasts in general. (Paste)

If you’re feeling stressed today, here’s a guided meditation that I think would be perfect for the Pajiba community. Be warned, it’s NSFW because a Pajiba meditation has a lot of f-bombs. (Tastefully Offensive)

The real-life hero gone viral known as Route 29 Batman was killed when his Batmobile broke down on the freeway over the weekend. This was a man who spent his life making children happy and the world is worse now for his loss. (Washington Post)

Mystery novels are often described as "chilling" or "gripping" or "shocking" or having "edge of your seat drama". All of those phrases seem trite, but they are absolutely accurate in regard to The Last Child by John Hart. The Mama gives this one 5 stars in her Cannonball Read review, and says that it is easily one of her favorite books of the year. (Cannonball Read 7)

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