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Who Is Liam Neeson's 'Incredibly Famous' Secret Girlfriend?

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | February 9, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | February 9, 2016 |

I zoomed in as far as one can possibly zoom and I still can’t tell what this pattern is on Brie Larson’s skirt. Eyeballs? Centipedes? I don’t know. I do love that she brought her very best accessory, though. (Go Fug Yourself)

I accidentally left this out yesterday, but the explanation of how watching the Puppy Bowl affects your brain in surprisingly similar ways as football is fascinating. I watched the puppies on my laptop propped in front of the Super Bowl on my TV in a makeshift picture-in-picture and now I understand why it’s taken so long for my brain to recover. (Inverse)

Liam Neeson has a secret “incredibly famous” girlfriend. Who are we dreamcasting here? Monica Bellucci and Diane Lane seem to be favorites. In my personal fantasy fanfic version it’s Elizabeth Warren. Or Helen Mirren. OR BOTH. Really, anyone over 40 would make me happy. (Celebitchy)

Waris Ahluwalia, who you probably know from various Wes Anderson movies, was barred from his flight to New York Fashion Week because he refused to remove his turban for his secondary “random” screening. (Variety)

The future is now!

Billy Eichner’s trailer on the set of Difficult People was hit by a truck WHILE HE WAS IN IT. He says he’s doing okay but DAMN. (Instagram)

In case you needed a reminder as to just how out of touch you are with the kids today… (BuzzFeed)

Is this going to be the season The Walking Dead takes Daryl from us? (Uproxx)

Andrew Garfield looks so happy on this maybe-date, I’m barely even mourning the lack of Emma Stone at all. (Lainey)

Do yourself a giant favor and get to know Kathleen Kennedy, president of Lucasfilm and “the most powerful woman in Hollywood.” (Vanity Fair)

I’m… I’m just sorry. (Cultural Marxism)

Cannonballer Halbs says that Charles Soule’s graphic novel Lando is a great example of how the larger Star Wars universe can be used to tell smaller, genre-ish stories. "This is a heist story and a story about friends. You don’t have to know anything about the movies or the IP to appreciate it for what it is. You’ll get it if you don’t know a Twi’lek from a parsec. If you do understand the broader context, though, you’ll appreciate the story on another level." Have you read this one? (Cannonball Read 8)

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