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Stephanie Seymour Got "Creative" with Her Sons and It's Making Me Really Uncomfortable

By Cindy Davis | Pajiba Love | February 12, 2014 |

By Cindy Davis | Pajiba Love | February 12, 2014 |

Viggo has a new film. I repeat, Viggo has a new film in which he wears suits, kicks ass and and costars with Oscar Isaac. Just ignore Kiki. (Celebitchy)

Speaking of badasses, Game of Thrones’ Catelyn Stark is most appropriately heading to 24: Live Another Day. Michelle Fairley takes over the major villain role recently vacated by Judy Davis, who left for “personal reasons.” (Vulture)

And another reminder that along with winter, George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire art show is coming to Seattle in March. The show will feature original artwork inspired by Martin’s series; you can preview some of the pieces and R.S.V.P. here.
(George R. R. Martin)

Do we really need another version of Stephen King’s It? On the one hand, Tim Curry already forked us up for life; on the other, it’ll be directed by True Detective’s Cary Fukunaga. Okay, maybe. (Slashfilm)

We definitely need more Flight of the Conchords, so I hope the movie rumors are true. Meanwhile, I just watched these Seven Stellar FoC Videos again, and so should you…if you’re into it. (Unreality)

Holy crapola! A Kentucky sinkhole cleared out a whole section of the National Corvette Museum. The rest of the building remains open, but uh, I’m thinking today is not the mothereffing day. (Neatorama)

Uh, remind me never to spend Valentine’s Day with Gary Oldman. My usual adoration has strangely dissipated after he shared a certain British V-Day tradition on Kimmel. (Uproxx)

I’m not the only one who feels really strange looking at this Harper’s Bazaar photo shoot of Stephanie Seymour with her sons, right? Right? (via Dlisted)


Couldn’t she have worn a Star Wars dress instead? I can’t decide if this Rodarte Luke dress is cool, but by gum the C-3PO one most definitely is. (Go Fug Yourself)

Dustin says the season finale of Dads had a legitimately funny moment. I think I’ll just take his word for it. (Warming Glow)

Goshdammit. Tom Brokaw announced he’s been diagnosed with multiple myeloma. The 74 year old newsman (since 1966) says his doctors are optomistic—as is he. “I remain the luckiest guy I know.” Send out the good vibes, people. (NBC News)

I would really like an adorable penguin to follow me around all day. (via Laughing Squid)

Did you ever stop to think that Laurie in Little Women was just a little bit creepy in his obsession with marrying one of the March sisters? Baxlala thinks that Li’l Wimmin, the comic adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s novel, "…gets Laurie’s character a hell of a lot better than [she] did as a lovesick teen." Check out her funny review and see how this adaptation hits the mark. (Cannonball Read 6)

Finally, someone else who likes Man of Steel…I’ve found my people (babies?)! (via The Mary Sue)

Cindy Davis, (Twitter) never eats chocolate spewed from another mammal.

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