Guy Ritchie Wants to Know 'Where the F*ck Were You' When 'Man From U.N.C.L.E.' Was Released?

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | May 12, 2017 |


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Angelina and some of the kids had dinner with Jon Voight. I mean, ok, he’s her dad and all, but he’s also a fucking idiot. How can those two, who have to be just diametrically opposed on so many things, have a conversation about anything other than, like, golf? - (Lainey)

There is no dino, only Zuul! - (Cinemablend)

Man from U.N.C.L.E. is a spectacular movie. We’ve been over this before. A certain group of critics — most notably Mashable’s Angie Han (and our own Pahle and Puchko (dibs on the band name)) have been worshipping at the altar of this film since it was released, and now that Guy Ritchie’s King Arthur is out, all anyone wants to ask Ritche about during interviews is U.N.C.L.E.. During an interview with Vulture today, Ritchie politely asked, “Where the fuck were you when the film was released?” Fair. (Vulture)

Ugh, I have mixed feelings about the Steve Harvey staff memo EXTRAVAGANZA. On one hand, when I worked in HR, people used to wait outside my office before I got in in the morning, they would ask me questions about policies in the bathroom, employees would barge into my office when I was on a call and just start talking, or they would wait directly outside my door/in the doorway while I was talking on the phone or to someone in my office, and I get it. It gets frustrating when you just want to be able to eat your damn lunch without someone coming in going, “I only need a second”, and it takes 20 minutes and your food is cold and also now you’re in a pissy mood. On the the other hand, Steve Harvey is a piece of shit asshole. So… - (Dlisted)

Rita Ora is the gift that just keeps on giving. And so is this description of her outfit. - (GFY)

The terrible question of “Would you kill a baby to cure cancer” from The Leftovers is answered. Again. Hmmm. Agree to disagree. - (Uproxx)

I didn’t have strong feelings about watching HBO’s Bernie Madoff movie, The Wizard of Lies, until I saw that Michelle Pfeiffer was in it. Then I was allll about it. I love her. I’ve loved her since Grease 2 (which literally EVERYONE KNOWS is better than Grease, they just won’t admit it), but I think I love her best in Stardust. She is luminous in that movie. - (Lainey)

Ooooh, more Angela Bassett, yes please! In a Ryan Murphy procedural? About 911 operators? I am skeptical. - (VF)

The Mean Girls musical is happening! SOON! I need to get tickets. I feel like it will be totally fetch. - (Celebitchy)
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Have you ever fallen so in love with a character that you want to read all of the author’s books? Lindzgrl loved Sarah Water’s Sue Tinder as a character so much she is willing to forgive Fingersmith’s need for some balance and an editor. The story starts out like a heist caper, but quickly takes a turn. The book has recently been adapted by Park Chan-wook into a movie called The Handmaiden. Have you watched it? (Cannonball Read 9)


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