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Ryan Gosling Sweetly Dotes on Pregnant Eva Mendes, and Bale Turns Down 'True Detective'

By Cindy Davis | Pajiba Love | July 16, 2014 |

By Cindy Davis | Pajiba Love | July 16, 2014 |

Dustin runs down the All-Time Most Successful ‘SNL’ Cast Members at the Box Office, and hot damn, billions and billions of…dollars. (Warming Glow)

Aw, Ryan Gosling takes impending fatherhood seriously. He’s been doing all the grocery shopping, and cooking whatever Eva Mendes is craving. But will he really stop making movies now that he’s making babies? (Celebitchy)

Here’s your first look at Ultron in Avengers: Age of Ultron; needs more Spader. (Slashfilm)

David Tennant is still adorable and still gets called the Doctor at least twice a day, which is fine by him — “It’s a bit like being President of the United States.” (The Mary Sue)

Adele’s next CD is 25, and she’ll tour next year. (Vulture)

Austrian artist Stefan Zsaitsits is right up my Dalí. (via This Colossal)


Rose McGowan went off on Instagram after someone compared her to Michael Jackson. (Dlisted)

The plot might not be great, but ah, those moves. Five Underrated Van-Damme Kick Flicks (Unreality)

Hey Pacey, is that an apple in your pocket or did you just drop…a very large testicle? (Ugh, I know I’m horrible.) Really this is just an excuse to ogle Joshua Jackson, regardless of what he’s wearing. (Go Fug Yourself)

The Wonder Years’ Jason Hervey talks cast crushes, favorite episodes and a reunion after 16 years. (Uproxx)

I love this story: Vietnam veteran Michael Sulsona has been trying to get the VA to fix or replace his broken wheelchair for two years now; he was in Lowe’s when the chair just fell completely apart. Three employees immediately went to work on it, replacing the broken parts and putting it back together (after hours), Sulsona left with a wheelchair that was “like new.” (Neatorama)

Hmm…so does this mean Colin Farrell wasn’t the first “true movie star” True Detective tried to land? The Wrap says Christian Bale turned down the series; he’d rather play Travis McGee in the adaptation of John D. MacDonald’s The Deep Blue Good-by. (The Wrap)

Should there be six Californias? Venture capitalist Tim Draper thinks so, and with over a million signatures, he expects to have an initiative on the November 2016 ballot. (Laughing Squid)

Spies like us…the CIA cafeteria complaint box is kind of hysterically funny. Incorrect drinks coming from dispensers, stale bread, and none of the item in a salad’s title were to be found in the actual salad (He had to go get grapes from the salad bar). It’s a grapetastrophe. (Mental Floss)

Alexey Zakharov’s 3-D rendering of Futurama is gorgeous. (Nerd Approved)

Did you know that Roald Dahl wrote stories for adults too? Bothari reviews Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life, a collection of his short stories for Cannonball Read 6. She says "it should be no surprise that the man who came up with Mrs. Trunchbull and The Twits should be a master of comeuppance." Sounds divine! (Cannonball Read 6)

Dawn of the Planet of the…Pugs. Really, isn’t this what happens in every home with dogs? (via Mashable)

Cindy Davis, (Twitter) is hiding from her dog.

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