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Sarah Jessica Parker Aimed Her Powerful Stink Eye at National Treasure Tom Hanks

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | March 25, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | March 25, 2015 |

Meet the young Irish actor who said his power-hungry agent got him un-cast from The Walking Dead. Oh, my Hollywood illusions, they are crushed! (Uproxx)

I said earlier this week that Lindsay Lohan dressed like she was going to a Sudio 54 themed costume party. After seeing these newly released (VERY NSFW) photos from Studio 54, I realize I was very, very wrong. Lohan could never even dream of having a speck of this personality or creativity or general positive weirdness. (Juxtapoz)

Antonio Banderas is the anti-Russell Crowe. (Celebitchy)

Okay, so maybe Sarah Jessica Parker just realized she was chewing someone else’s gum, or maybe she’s holding her phone at a low angle, but I choose to believe she is giving Tom Hanks the greatest stink eye to ever stink. HOW ARE YOU GONNA RESPOND, HANX? (Yahoo)

50 Shades of Grey is coming out on May 8th, which means we have 6 weeks of words like “UNRATED” and “ALTERNATE ENDING” thrown at us to try to make us forget that it’s also TERRIBLE and UNSEXY AS HELL. (Lainey)

The book jacket for Harper Lee’s new novel has been revealed and it’s simple and beautiful and I can’t wait for the movie promotion edition with Channing Tatum’s face all over it. (People)

Surprise! The reaction to Angelina Jolie’s revelation of her own personal medical choices has been met on the internet with general awfulness. (DailyDot)

When a movie is shot in New York City, filmmakers love to say that the city acts as an additional character. This is especially hilarious when that movie is not shot anywhere near New York. (Phactual)

Debcapsfan picked How to be a Victorian by Ruth Goodman based on a recommendation from NPR’s Book Concierge and gives three stars to this long, detailed book. After reading so many Victorian romances, it was interesting to read a book focused on the lower classes and how they evolved during the century. Have you taken a look at the truth behind your favorite fiction? (Cannonball Read 7)

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