Jennifer Lawrence Surprised Catching Fire Costume Didn't Give Her Camel Toe

J. Law thought her Catching Fire wetsuit would give her a mean case of the CT: "I was surprised at how little camel toe problem there was. I was expecting a lot more." That's me pretty much every damn day.

Although, for real, ain't noooothing wrong with a little camel toe.

Then, in an interview with Extra, she makes some amazing horse noises. Like, I love her being in movies and all, but girlfriend might've missed her true calling as a person who makes the sound effects for children's animal books. Neiiiigh.

PLUS: She FINALLY opens up about what psychotic break caused her to cut her beloved locks. JKJK on finally opening up and psychotic break, but I love that she's jut like "It's not an exciting answer; I'm sorry", since women cutting their hair is often met with OMG SHE'S HAVING A NERVOUS BREAKDOWN, as opposed to "I just wanted to try something different!" — which is what it is, like, most of the time. Anyway, she looks amazing, and is very charming, and basically I am in love with everyone in this movie. [Access Hollywood] [Perez Hilton]


The claws are out amongst the older white male stars in Hollywood, and KITTY CAN SCRATCH: George Clooney straight up disses Leonardo Dicaprio and Russell Crowe in an interview with Esquire:

And he's also confident enough to call B.S. on Leonardo DiCaprio, based largely on the other star's basketball prowess — or lack thereof. "The thing about playing [basketball against] Leo is you have all these guys talking sh–," Clooney says in the latest edition of Esquire. Clooney, by contrast, knows "that you don't talk sh– unless you can play." And in the end, he continues, Leo and his trash-talking teammates were no match for Clooney and his quieter pals: "'We're all like 50 years old, and we beat them three straight: 11–0, 11–0, 11–0."

It's a cute, pretty harmless story until Clooney gets to the kicker — "The discrepancy between their game and how they talked about their game made me think of how important it is to have someone in your life to tell you what's what. I'm not sure if Leo has someone like that."

And then he's onto 30 Odd Grunts (Foots of Grunts?) of Russell Crowe:

Well, several years ago, he says, Crowe "picked a fight with me. He started it for no reason at all. He put out this thing saying, 'George Clooney, Harrison Ford, and Robert De Niro are sellouts.'" (The actual quote, from GQ's March 2005 issue: "I don't use my 'celebrity' to make a living. I don't do ads for suits in Spain like George Clooney, or cigarettes in Japan like Harrison Ford … To me it's kind of sacrilegious — it's a complete contradiction of the f—ing social contract you have with your audience. I mean, Robert De Niro's advertising American Express.")

So Clooney fired back, joking that he, Ford, and De Niro were going to start a band. "And that's when [Crowe] really went off on me," he recalls. "And so I sent him a note going, 'Dude, the only people who succeed when two famous people are fighting is People magazine. What the f— is wrong with you?'"

Eventually, Clooney adds, he and Crowe sort of made amends. "He sends me a disc of his music and a thing of his poetry," Clooney says. "I think he said, 'I was all misquoted,' and I was like, 'Yeah, yeah. Whatever.'"

MEOW, gentlemen!!

Jennifer Lawrence Surprised Catching Fire Costume Didn't Give Her Camel Toe

[EW, Esquire]


Emma Thompson has a Mary Poppins sing-a-long that we all probably would've totally kicked ass at but were not invited DISGUSTING. [Page Six]

J.Lo got a Barbie Lo. [ABC]

The Kardashians sold their bras to make money for vets, which is a pretty nice thing to do, actually. I think I'm a Khloe, but I'd have to try them on to find out. Road trip?? [TMZ]

Elizabeth Moss is doing a Simpsons voice! [Entertainment Weekly]

Middle schools kids were mean to middle school Winona Ryder because middle school kids can be the worst. [ABC]

Let's all do our makeup like Katie Holmes in this picture. [People]

Lena Dunham interviews Mindy Kaling and the Internet is appeased for another day. [Rolling Stone]

The lil' Gosling is 33 years young today! [Perez Hilton]

Richard Dreyfus talks about his life with Bipolar Disorder. <3 to Dreyfus. [People]

It's gonna be a long shift, so I need a little Tori (WHO IS ALIVE AND WELL, TG). There might be tears and whole lot of WHY AM I CRYING?? Probably extra squees. Let's do this, ladies and gentlemen: