Geek Girl Diva is at Comic Con this weekend, so I’m stepping in and taking over Pajiba Love for the day. And let’s begin with this blind item that Courtney linked to, only I didn’t realize that it was a blind item because my mind just filled in the obvious blanks and I didn’t even notice that the celebrity’s names weren’t listed (that said, I also don’t actually believe it) (Lainey)
You really have no idea how happy it makes me that this very minor, but very beloved Community actor has landed a major TV gig. I really appreciate it when good things happen to good people. (WG)
1) Leo, cut your f**king hair. 2) No one gives a shit about your karate moves, bro, and 3) you look like a dipshit showing them off. (Celebitchy) Oh, and also over on CB, Robin Thicke’s quest to win back Paula Patton has finally, mercifully ended. (CB)
My favorite headline today: Kid Rock’s Glass Dildo Has Been Subpoenaed In The Insane Clown Posse Harassment Lawsuit. It also sounds like the title of a great Adult Education class. (DListed)
Listen Marvel (sometimes shithead) CEO Kevin Feige: The people complaining about the absence of a female-led superhero movie are not being unreasonable bullies. They are being RIGHT. (TheMarySue)
Speaking of Marvel, here’s a gander at their Comic Con Ant Man poster.
Time Magazine is getting a lot of shit today for devoting an entire piece on the meaning of “bae,” but I have to admit that, were it not for the shit that Time was getting, I’d have never landed on that page, and I’d never have known was “bae” meant. (Time)
Senator Ted Cruz is outraged by this last week’s episode of True Blood, and I can’t believe I’ve never heard the term “Republic*nt” before. (Flavorwire) Oh, and Flavorwrite also has a very odd collection of the last two decades’ “Underrated Pop Albums.”
“I definitely benefited from growing up in a household that lacked any critical thinking skills.” Chris Pratt, telling it like it is. (NYTimes)
Siths and Jedis ARE NOT INTERCHANGEABLE. Get it together, Zack Snyder. (LG)
Honey Bee reviewed Small Gods by Terry Pratchett for Cannonball Read 6, and her favorite aspect of this book is its protagonist, Brutha. A low-ranking monk, Brutha is launched into an adventure that spans oceans, deserts, battles, and the religious history of his world. What’s your favorite Pratchett novel? (Cannonball Read 6)
I know that multiple endearing references to one’s husband ought to be annoying, and I know that Blake Lively’s new “company” is dumb as hell, but based on her answers to these 73 questions, I think she’s kind of … sweet?