This XXX parody for president.
Cara Delevingne had one ~awkward~ interview about her new movie "Paper Towns" this week.
OK, sure she was being kind of rude to the news anchors. But the anchors were asking really dumb questions and were totally unprofessional.
Cara said on Twitter Wednesday that "some people just don't understand sarcasm or the British sense of humour."
Good for you @Caradelevingne Ask a lazy question, get a lazy answer.— Maisie Williams (@Maisie_Williams) July 29, 2015
See, even Arya in #TeamCara.
Who would win in a fight: the Millennium Falcon, or the USS Enterprise?
A lot of these celebrities didn't know what they were being asked, but to be fair, I didn't know a lot of these celebrities, so ¯_(ツ)_/¯.
Worry not, professional huge nerd Adam Savage brings it home with some fantastic logic, though I for one assumed the Millennium Falcon would just run away and the fight would never happen.
Get your cringe face ready, you're gonna need it for this one.
When asked about his experience at San Diego Comic Con, Jesse Eisenberg said attending was akin to genocide:
"It is like being screamed at by thousands of people. I don't know what the experience is throughout history, probably some kind of genocide. I can't think of anything that's equivalent."
Attending Comic Con is certainly hard on celebrities; it can't be easy being screamed at and accosted by fans, but genocide? What?
This isn't the first time Eisenberg has made headlines for his behavior in interviews, either. In 2013 he developed a reputation as a jerk after being insufferably rude in an interview for the film Now You See Me:
Cringe, cringe everywhere.
Remember when you lived in blissful ignorance and you thought there was only one Hunger Games movie left? Well, that probably isn't the case. In the same interview with Conan O'Brien where JLaw adorably sang Cher's "Believe" (see video above), Josh Hutcherson pulled a Peeta and accidentally revealed that there may be more Hunger Games films.
Conan asked the stars if there were any plans for a prequel or sequel to the series, to which Josh Hutcherson replied "there is. I’m sorry, I can’t say that. We’ll see what happens." Get it together, Peeta! This is why no one likes you. Learn to keep a secret!
Meanwhile, Conan provided JLaw with a swear jar and challenged her to say as many swears for charity as she could in 30 seconds. They were forced to bleep her swears for TV, but it seems like she gets pretty creative with her foul mouth: