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Shia LaBeouf Begs for Attention Even Though He's Clearly Not a Celebrity

By Agent Bedhead | Pajiba Love | February 10, 2014 |

By Agent Bedhead | Pajiba Love | February 10, 2014 |

At the Berlin film festival this weekend, a conga line was formed by the stars of The Monuments Men. Based upon this lone instance, I’ll rank their apparent dancing abilities in order from least to greatest: Matt Damon —> John Goodman —> George Clooney —> Bill Murray —> Jean Dujardin. (Jezebel)

Are these really the 10 best Saturday Night Live sketches of all time? I’m glad to see that the ultimate “Wayne’s World” skit made the cut but would rank “D*ck in a Box” much lower. (Warming Glow)

Perhaps Chris Kattan was bummed that his fabulous Mango character didn’t make the final jam in the above list. Or not. Kattan was caught weaving in and out of traffic this morning and arrested on suspicion of DUI. (People)

Will Smith has decided that he’s too busy and important to grace audiences with his presence in Independence Day 2, which is fine. Jeff Goldblum will definitely be back. (Uproxx)

Have you had your fill of new trailers for Captain America: The Winter Soldier yet? If not, here’s the latest tv spot. (Slashfilm)

This year’s Oscars ceremony looks to be the most controversial installment ever. Here are the reasons why — starting with the ongoing Woody Allen mess, of course. (Film School Rejects)

I kind of love that January Jones keeps dressing up as Betty Draper. (Go Fug Yourself)

Will filmmakers please stop hiring Shia LaBeouf as an actor? The guy ripped off someone else’s quote (again) and walked out of a Nymphomaniac press conference in Berlin. Then he showed up to the premiere wearing a damn paper sack on his head. Don’t go away mad, Shia. Just go away. (DListed)

How about some old-school vintage feuding for you? Specifically, I am talking about Michael Hutchence trash talking Bob Geldof in Hutch’s newly released final interview. (Celebitchy)

Ben McKenzie has been hired to play the future Police Commissioner of Gotham City in Gotham. It must be intimidating as hell to face Gary Oldman comparisons. (The Mary Sue)

Nothing really wild (aside from organizer incompetence & cruelty towards animals) has happened yet during the Sochi Olympics — at least not during the sports themselves. Let us reflect back upon the Winter Olympics collective craziest moments. (Mental Floss)

Harper Seven Beckham is the true star of New York Fashion Week. Even when she’s picking her adorable nose, H7 is the current reigning cutest baby in Hollywood. (Lainey)

Kellan Lutz is the new Zoolander at NYFW. Sounds about right. (NY Mag)

Natasha Lyonne gives some good quotes about what it’s like on the set of Orange is the New Black. She’s a keeper. (Page Six)

In 2013 popcultureboy decided to slog his way through all of the books nominated for the 2013 Booker Prize, and though he’s almost done, his challenge has continued into 2014. In Almost English by Charlotte Mendelson, he had some high hopes, and they were for the most part, well met. (Cannonball Read 6)

Have you seen this video of a runner in Portland biting it right after she called snow “perfect running conditions”? The clip has gone viral, and the gracious lady spoke to Deadspin about how the whole ironic sequence went down.

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