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Aww, Poor Slacker College Dropout Gwyneth Paltrow Is Having a Hard Time Finding a Job

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | December 19, 2014 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | December 19, 2014 |

Would you say Michael Keaton is having a comeback? Well don’t say so to his face. He doesn’t like that word one bit. (Celebitchy)

Here’s the entire play by play of that Aaron Paul live reading of The Empire Strikes Back. The casting of Han Solo is perfection. (/Film)

Dustin gives us a highly depressing breakdown of all the ways low-cost gyms manipulate you into never working out. See, that’s why I never exercise. It’s the gym’s fault! They made me this way! (Uproxx)

Aww, poor Gwyneth Paltrow was rejected from a job writing for Yahoo, all because she dropped out of college to be super famous or whatever. It turns out the people at Yahoo are even bigger snobs than she is. (Lainey)

I absolutely love this picture of Reese Witherspoon, not because of her buttoned-up Edwardian schoolboy look, but because of the dudes behind her. She looks like she’s in a shampoo commercial. IS REESE WITHERSPOON’S ACTUAL LIFE A NONSTOP SHAMPOO COMMERCIAL? (GFY)

If Ayn Rand reviewed children’s movies, what would she find? Mostly a severe lack of cats. (New Yorker)

Instagram deleted a moon colony’s worth of fake spambot accounts, and our poor celebrity friends were hit the hardest. Rihanna and a Kardashian lost over a million followers each, overnight. I sure hope Disqus doesn’t follow suit. If our comments section is any indication, spambots make up half our readership. (Jezebel)

What happens when the director of a 3D printing company fosters a dog with underdeveloped front legs? Pure amazingness. Also, a LOT of tears (DListed)

How well would you fare alongside the residents of Downton Abbey? Based on this Downton Survival Guide, I’d be cool in the later seasons, but I’ll happily skip the thigh-to-boob corsetry, thank you. (Mary Sue)

Happy birthday to these 20 movies that will be turning 20 years old next year, thus making you feel very, VERY old. Oh Now and Then, thank you for teaching me how to fill the perfect water balloon boob. (Unreality)

Sophia is a big fan of romance author Susan Elizabeth Phillips and waited on her library’s waitlist for months to get her newest book, Heroes Are My Weakness. Thankfully this book merited a 4-star review. What books are you on a waiting list for? (Cannonball Read)