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Robert Downey Jr. Ditched an Interview When Asked About His Drug Past

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | April 22, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | April 22, 2015 |

Remember when we were all so excited for a sixth season (and a movie!) of Community? It was like Christmas come early in Yahoo form when it got picked back up. So why is NO ONE talking about the show anymore? (Uproxx)

Emma Watson wore a weird hideous hip cape and don’t understand why I kind of love it. (GoFugYourself)

Sandra Bullock was named People Magazine’s Most Beautiful Woman. And while, yes, this title is completely driven by PR lobbying, it’s still pretty cool that a 50-year-old woman (the oldest in the magazine’s history) has gotten it. Also, Laverne Cox, Taraji P. Henson, and Adult Baby Ariana Grande were all on the magazine’s shortlist. (Fusion)

Well, this is the most uncomfortable interview I’ve seen in a long time. Robert Downey Jr. REALLY did not want to talk about anything but Age of Ultron, to the point of finally taking off his mic and walking out. I get it, press tours are super boring and tedious, with actors having to answer the same questions over and over again. That does NOT mean they want to talk about their past jail time and history drug abuse. (He leaves around the 6:30 mark, but start a few minutes before that, or from the beginning, to watch the very dapper and polite rage build.)

Ben Affleck apologized for editing his slave-owning ancestor out of that PBS show. But see, it was all just a part of how he “lobbies” to create the best narrative. Because in the world that Ben’s story takes place, slavery apparently never happened. (DListed)

Amy Schumer threw herself at Kim and Kanye’s feet on the Time 100 Gala red carpet last night. Kanye looks like he’s about to upend his highchair, but check out Laverne Cox is laughing her butt off in the background. (DailyMail)

It turns out Zooey Deschanel hates the word “adorkable” as much as the rest of us. (Celebitchy)

J.J. Abrams learns why you should never lock lips with a Wookie. Hairballs, man. (DailyDot)

Stop whatever you’re doing and read this oral history of Mad Men. “But I’m doing important business things” or “But I don’t even watch Mad Men” I hear you saying. It doesn’t matter. Read it. How else will you ever learn these behind-the-scenes secrets like The Pete Campbell Weight-Loss Festival or Jon Hamm’s dragon voice? (Clickhole)

A bookstore employee sold Caitlin_D The Art of Racing in the Rain by Garth Stein on the fact that one of the local high-schools banned it because the premise relies heavily on the belief that dogs have souls. The book didn’t live up to the hype for Caitlin_D, but it does raise the question: do dogs have souls? (Cannonball Read 7)

And now a bunch of women who aren’t afraid to stand up for what they believe in. With song.


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