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Blake Lively Walks Around with a Cane, and Michelle Rodriguez is the Difficult One?

By Dustin Rowles | Pajiba Love | September 11, 2018 |

By Dustin Rowles | Pajiba Love | September 11, 2018 |


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Blake Lively has a new fashion accessory. Spoiler Alert: It’s a cane. (Lainey)

Do not ask Nicole Kidman about her Destroyer wig. (Dlisted)

Helloooooooo Taika. Also, Kate Beckinsale. (GFY)

You guys, Ben Folds has released a new song called “Mr. Peepers: The Ballad of Rod Rosenstein,” and it is so good. (WashPo)

A lot of people apparently told Steve McQueen not to work with Michelle Rodriguez because she is “difficult,” and Steve McQueen said f*ck that. (Uproxx)

Ben Affleck’s mom is staying with Jennifer Garner while Ben is in rehab, which is exactly what I’d expect from a Boston family, actually (not an insult). (Celebitchy)

OH MY GOD. Marshawn Lynch’s high-school yearbook photo is amazing. AMAZING. (The Root)

We didn’t touch upon that other thing that Norm MacDonald said not about Chris Hardwick, but about how the victims of Roseanne and Louis C.K. didn’t have it nearly as hard as they did. (Jezebel)

InStyle magazine has photoshopped Jennifer Lawrence into what appears to be a CGI-android. It’s freaking me out a little. (LG)

Trump Trumpin’:

#NeverForget

Slow day in politics, but Wonkette still kills with this headline. (Wonkette)

The guy who played the kid of the father married to the unknown mother in How I Met Your Mother was arrested today for carrying a gun into an airport. (Dlisted)

Paul McCartney masturbated with John Lennon once or twice is not a sentence I expected to write today. (Daily Beast)

What? WHAT WHAT WHAT? “New, terrible fact: Sometimes there are angry snakes in the ceiling.” (AV Club)

Sofia picked some of her CBR10 reads off Barack Obama’s best reads of 2017 list. Mohsin Hamid’s Exit West is not directly about the aftermath of 9/11, but it is about the world we live in now, with some magical doors thrown in. "I didn’t realize that Hamid had actually gone off in a completely different direction, and that he was imagining what the world would be like if there were doors that simply opened to other countries-creating porous boundaries between the oppressed and the affluent, the endangered and the privileged." If you could open a door and be in a different part of the world, would you? (Cannonball Read 10)



Dustin is the founder and co-owner of Pajiba. You may email him here or follow him on Twitter.



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