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Blake Lively Tries and Fails At Making a Joke & How Robin Wright Underwooded Her Way to Equal Pay

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | May 18, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | May 18, 2016 |

Maybe Blake Lively shouldn’t try to make jokes. They range from casually racist to just not actually funny (or accurate). (DListed)

Robin Wright got equal pay on House of Cards the Underwood way: with threats and demands. Underwoods, they get the job done. (Daily Dot)

Kristen Stewart is definitely flipping off the red carpet photographers in a solid quarter of her pictures out of Cannes. (Go Fug Yourself)

I had totally forgotten that Kate Beckinsale and Michael Sheen had been a thing. (Celebitchy)

Game of Thrones’ The Mountain has THE CUTEST WORKOUT BUDDY IMAGINABLE. (AV Club)

Cards Against Humanity recently released a Trump deck, which I found way too depressing to be funny. (Mostly.) Well, they’ve one-upped themselves.

A British politician “Well, actually’d” the BBC on historical accuracy and got schooled in a fantastic fashion. (Indy100)

I missed this story last week, but am super excited for it: Idris Elba and John Ridley are making a Showtime mini-series about the Black Power movement in 1970s London. (UI)

So… did no one tell Mississippi about the country’s whole mandatory integration thing? (Time)

Captain Tuttle has been on a Star Wars kick for Cannonball Read 8, and she reports in after reading children’s book adaptation with her kid. In Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back So You Want to Be a Jedi? Luke’s second person narration is interspersed with Jedi Lessons. One fun one? Standing on one foot and keeping your balance while someone lightly throws stuffed animals at you. This padawan gave it four stars. (Cannonball Read 8)

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