Jesse Eisenberg

Watch: Kristen Stewart and Jesse Eisenberg Parody the Gendered Questions They’re Asked During Press Junkets

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Mere days after Michael B. Jordan and Kate Mara were subjected to a respectively racist and sexist line of questioning during a Fantastic Four press junket, Funny or Die has released a new video, which sees Kristen Stewart and Jesse Eisenberg skewering the all-too-typical inanity of the questions asked during these promotional rapid-fire interviews. 
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Jesse Eisenberg Vehemently Disliked Comic-Con: Links You Need to See

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Are the stars rebelling against the geeks? At Comic-Con, Bryan Cranston came out with a funny — if slightly cruel — response to a typically inane fan question, then the cast of Game of Thrones openly admitted to not reading the books. But Jesse Eisenberg has topped them all. “I don’t know what the experience is throughout history, probably some kind of genocide,” he said, speaking about Comic-Con, which he attended in support of Batman v Superman. “I can’t think of anything that’s equivalent…Even if they’re saying nice things, just being shouted at by thousands of people, it’s horrifying.”
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The Peas Are Present: Links You Need to See

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The New York Times got on the Internet’s bad side today with what people took as a particularly unforgivable bit of blasphemy: the tweeted suggestion that peas should be put in guacamole, based on an ABC Cocina recipe that the paper had actually published back in 2013. As The Guardian noted, “the mockamole of ‘pea-gate’ quickly escalated to a bipartisan political platform,” with Jeb Bush, the Texas Republican Party and Barack Obama all weighing in. Since the initial outrage, some brave, selfless individuals have spoken out in the recipe’s defense. 
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Flavorwire’s Guide to Indie Movies You Need to See in July

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The arthouses are positively bursting in July, which is a relief, since we’re looking at a pretty weak-looking studio slate this month (Pixels? Self/Less? Effing Minions?). In fact, there are so many good ones that we’ve busted out of our customary ten-or-so format to recommend a baker’s dozen documentaries and indies, ranging from icon profiles to no-budget dramas to star-driven comedies. Dig in:
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