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New BFFs Leonardo DiCaprio and Justin Bieber Are a Match Made In Douchedom

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | March 24, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | March 24, 2015 |

Good afternoon! Here’s your friendly midday reminder that Jon Hamm is a fine-ass looking man. (GFY)

Chevy Chase snuck down to the bowels of Subreddit to explain the origin of the catchphrase “I’m Chevy Chase and you’re not.” (Uproxx)

Angelina Jolie wrote another powerful op-ed for the New York Times, this time describing in detail her decision to have her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed. It’s a well written, heartfelt read, and an important one in opening up a discussion about women’s health choices in an area where there’s currently a lot of shame and stigma. (NYT)

The 11-year-old version of myself that lives inside of me wants so desperately to like Leonardo DiCaprio. But then he goes clubbing with Justin Bieber and crushes all of my illusions that there’s any small part of him that’s not pure terribleness. (Lainey)

Speaking of terrible people in clubs, Lindsay Lohan got super mad that people were taking pictures of her inside one, when she was only there for “work.” Come on, 2 a.m. drunk people. A little professional courtesy, okay? (Celebitchy)

Apparently Ben Kingsley is a total a-hole in interviews. This account from a columnist who refused to take his shit reads like an epic battle of quiet British weaponized snark. (FilmDrunk)

Barack Obama spent some time hanging out with some six-year-old Girl Scouts. But not just any Girl Scouts. These are the Supergirls, and they wear capes and build Lego robots that turn book pages for readers with mobility issues. Obama was definitely the lucky one in this meet and greet, right? (Mary Sue)

This Tom Hanks super-speed retrospective is probably fantastic (and Joanna has some spot-on thoughts on what sets James Corden apart from his other late night cohorts), but I haven’t made it through the whole video yet. I’ve tried, but all I can do is watch Hanks do the Shimmy Shimmy Cocoa Pop bit from Big on repeat forever. (Vanity Fair)

The real-life Piper Kerman has some advice on how to survive in real-life prison. There’s more about hygiene products and less about making out with Laura Prepon than I was hoping for, but I suppose that’s why it’s a more useful list than what most of us would come up with. (Vulture)

Kenneth Branagh says a Scorsese-directed Macbeth is “practically there.” They’re just working out scheduling. And now our #1 goal in life is not to die of anticipation, waiting for this movie to come out. (BBC)

Man, I miss Parks and Recreation. Can I just continue to fill that hole in my heart with blooper reals and lists of facts? (Phactual)

Look, we know that there are often problems with how women are portrayed in fantasy novels, but Cannonballer bat says that On Stranger Tides by Tim Powers is really bad. "The only female character…spends like 90% of the book under constant threat of being raped. Also, she spends about 60% of the book in a weakened state, or under the influence of various spells, or FAINTING ugh, so that she’s mostly unconscious or can’t speak or act." It’s too bad because bat thinks Powers is a good, creative, fun writer. What books have you read lately that haven’t lived up to their potential? (Cannonball Read 7)

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