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June 3, 2014

Jonah Hill Apologizes for Homophobic Slur

Jonah Hill in 22 Jump Street
Jonah Hill in 22 Jump Street. (Photo: Columbia Pictures)

Jonah Hill hurled a homophobic slur at photographer, and apologized the next morning on Howard Stern by saying he’s “not good at being a famous person.”  He could have dropped the famous bit. Seriously, I was buying his apology right up until he insisted the f-word isn’t part of his “vernacular.” If that were true, he wouldn’t have said it. Also, 22 Jump Street even has a whole scene about how bad the f-word is. Irony attack!

-Just when you thought the Indiana Jones franchise couldn’t get worse than that time they cast Shia LaBeouf comes rumours that Robert Pattinson may be the new Indy.

Brad Pitt has given a statement about Vitalii Sediuk’s red carpet attack: “the nutter was trying to bury his face in my crotch.” Nutter is such an old man word. He should have just yelled “get off my lawn, you crazy kids” and left it at that.

Angelina Jolie wore another pair of those ugly custom Louboutins inspired by Maleficent.

Rihanna’s see-through dress at the CFDA Awards last night was trashy as hell, but dammit if she didn’t make it work. All the negative backlash surrounding it just makes me like it more.

-Meanwhile, Blake Lively wore a very Blair Waldorff headband last night to the CFDAs. Step off, Serena!

Keri Russell’s CFDAs outfit confuses the hell out of me. That skirt! That pageant-y sash! What? How? Why?

-Also, I know Lupita Nyong’o’s pants length is very on trend right now (she wasn’t the only one to do it last night), but I’m still not cosigning that look.

Solange and Rachel Roy crossed paths last night for first time since their Met Gala drama and no one was kicked in the shins. Progress!

-Speaking of progress, Avril Lavigne actually allows fans to be in the same room now during their paid photo opps.

-It’s really hard to link to this without being spoilery, but the guy who plays the character on Game of Thrones that everyone’s talking about right now imagines the aftermath of Sunday’s episode. This video gave me lots of feelings. Which I can’t really describe without being spoilery. Just watch it already!!

-Despite trying really, really hard, the Hamptons couldn’t prevent the Kardashian infection.

-I actually really like the bright yellow dress Shailene Woodley wore to the Fault In Our Stars premiere. I mean, she’s probably wearing those rubber barefoot running shoes underneath, but I’ll take it.

-On Fallon this week, Ryan Lewis asked clueless Macklemore fans about himself.

John Oliver‘s amazing net neutrality video got such a giant response that commentators crashed the FCC website.

-Scrub fans: you’re going to wanna watch Donald Faison and Zach Braff reprising the song “Guy Love” live.

-Speaking of singing TV stars, Megan Mullally rapped a very explicit love letter to hubby Nick Offerman on Late Night with Seth Meyers.

Lena Dunham read a little bit from her upcoming book Not That Kind of Girl — and it was great.

Justin Timberlake‘s ‘Not A Bad Thing’ video stars a whole lot of Instagram users.

-The only guy I liked on House of Cards before I realized that it’s a terrible show and stopped watching has joined the cast of Homeland — another terrible show I stopped watching.

-Humans: they’re what’s for dinner in the trailer for Eli Roth‘s brutal The Green Inferno.