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March 17, 2015

Blake Lively Fixes Motorcycles Now

Blake Lively talks about her latest projects in the April 2015 issue of O, The Oprah Magazine.

-Sentences that Blake Lively says unironically now include: “I’ll knit or cook—or work on a motorcycle, a skill my husband is teaching me” and “One of my latest projects was painting nature-inspired throw pillows.”

-I feel like rumours that Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx are secretly hooking up surface every six months or so, but this is the first time it’s coming from a source as reputable as People.

-Comedy Central is wisely cutting a controversial Paul Walker joke when they air the Justin Bieber roast.

-Meanwhile, David Arquette was kicked out of Justin Bieber’s 21st birthday party (repeatedly!), which might be the saddest thing I’ve ever heard.

-Here’s Michael Fassbender as Steve Jobs. He looks like Michael Fassbender.

-“Straight James Franco” interviewed “Gay James Franco” for a magazine. Spoiler alert: they’re both weird.

-During SWSW, Jimmy Kimmel and Matthew McConaughey made some hilarious TV commercials for a local video store in Austin.

-Vanity Fair did a St. Patrick’s Day gallery of stars posing in their magazine throughout the years while wearing green, and I went through the whole damn thing like a click bait sucker. The biggest question I was left with: Whatever happened to Jennifer Aniston’s “on-line chat site”?!?

-Two X Factor New Zealand judges were fired after they bullied a contestant (it was really weird). Lorde then swept in to save the day by sending the contestant a box of cupcakes.

Dominic Purcell is joining his Prison Break costar Wentworth Miller for the Arrow/The Flash spinoff  (though this article makes it sound like Robbie Amell has declined to be part of it). Here’s the thing: as much as I love both of the shows this thing is originating from, they can’t just keep making casting announcements without actually giving us the premise. Like, what the hell is this show going to be about?! ‘Cause it’s starting to feel like the CW just wants to cash in on a fandom that will follow them anywhere.

-Meanwhile, Stephen Amell pitched an idea to the CW of doing a Jason Reitman-esque live reading of Arrow/Supernatural fan fiction. I want this to happen so hard.

-Speaking of CW shows, I really dug the first episode of iZombie, which is premiering tonight to glowing reviews. It’s Veronica Mars meets Buffy meets Pushing Daisies, and once they get past the case-of-the-week stuff (which they’re already planning), I think it could go from being cute to being amazing.

Shailene Woodley did the barefoot thing again, this time at the Insurgent premiere.

Miles Teller, Wiz Khalifa, Jim Parsons and Jimmy Fallon played Catchphrase last night, and it was filled with awkward handshakes and terrible dancing.

Ashley Judd says she’s pressing charges against Twitter trolls for their vulgar comments. I don’t blame her. I love Twitter, but it sucks at dealing with harassment.

Kate Bosworth gets her horror on in the new trailer for Before I Wake. The scariest thing about this movie is clearly Thomas Jane‘s hair.