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Where Were You When the Tragic Chris Colfer Twitter Hoax of 2014 Happened?

By Geek Girl Diva | Pajiba Love | July 3, 2014 |

By Geek Girl Diva | Pajiba Love | July 3, 2014 |

I’m a huge, HUGE fan of Peter Stormare, so this new that he’ll be joining Season 3 of Arrow pretty much made me jump up and down. (TV Guide)

If you’ve been following the case of Sarah Jones and her death on the set of Midnight Rider, charges have been filed against the filmmakers. (Deadline)

Joanna Robinson got to talk to Maisie Williams about her new movie Heatstroke. Jo’s lucky I love her because I’m so jealous I can hardly breathe and I can’t find my asthma inhaler. (Vanity Fair)

Speaking of Arrow, here’s more video of Stephen Amell doing his superhero work out. I love this man. (Stephen Amell’s FB)

Dude. Archery Tag with marshmallows. I wanna play! (Unreality)

Dustin wrote about what we know to date on The Strain for FX. I admit, I didn’t read it because the worm/eyeball graphic I’ve been seeing on billboards makes me wanna puke. But Dustin writes good and I need him to like me, so go read it? (WG)

Fox and Friends used the Bioshock Infinite logo for their “Defend the Homeland” segment. I can’t help but think that their graphics guy is a Democratic gamer and he’s just f*cking with Doocy and Dorks at this point. (The Mary Sue)

Melissa McCarthy is looking sharp as she preps to get the cement treatment at the Chinese Theater. (GFY)

Ryan Gosling apparently tried to boot Rachel McAdams off the set of The Notebook and she hated him right back. Then they dated. True love! (Lainey Gossip)

Zac Efron and Michelle Rodriguez are vacationing together in Italy. Not only did Bedhead find some great pics, but there’s video of dancing. (Celebitchy)

Paul Rudd announced a baby. He announced a baby. So cute! (Vulture)

Chris Colfer announced on Twitter that he was leaving “Glee” for personal reasons, but within minutes, his manager chimed in to say it was a hacker. 20th Century Fox quickly confirmed. Whew! (TVLine)

Bignick says, "…if a writer wants to tell the truth, they write fiction; if a writer wants to tell a good story, they write non-fiction." And good stories abound in Billy Crystal’s memoir, Still Foolin’ Em: Where I’ve Been, Where I’m Going, and Where the Hell Are My Keys?. Bignick enjoyed this one and recommends it to you. (Cannonball Read 6)

Maybe this is a shameless plug, but it’s shameless for Wil Wheaton. I just happen to be writing the recaps. The Wil Wheaton Project is hella funny. So if you’re not watching it and you have geek blood in your veins, I swear, you’re gonna like it. (EW)

One of the things that will always make me happy is kids owning who they are and being self expressed. This young man is workin’ it to Lady Gaga’s “Bad Romance.” WORKIN’ IT, I say. Love this time a million. (DListed)

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