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Asshole of the Week: Whoever Stole Amanda Abbington's Purse While She Was Busy Accepting Her Emmy

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | September 20, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | September 20, 2016 |

Well, I suppose there may be a few other things worth talking about besides Brad and Angelina. Like, if we HAVE to. Do we have to? Okay, fine. Here’s Natasha Lyonne in a fancy cape. (Go Fug Yourself)

Cara Delevingne’s fashion “accessory” seems to be going for the post-autopsy chic look. (Lainey)

Have you ever wondered if awards show winners get nervous about leaving their purses and stuff behind when they go on stage to accept their awards? Apparently they should be. Sherlock’s Amanda Abbington’s purse was stolen while she was on stage, which is SUCH bullshit. Who would do that, especially in that room? (My money’s on Bill Murray, who was up for the same category.) (Celebitchy)

Did you see Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ moving Emmy acceptance speech, dedicating her win to her father who passed away just days before? Yeah, just a reminder that Richard Dreyfuss is fine. And also not her father.

Homeland may have joined the likes of Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead, and all the other shows that just won’t let characters stay dead. (Uproxx)

Here’s a fantastic take on that Corey Feldman video I linked to yesterday, and the ultra-fine line between valid criticism and unnecessary mockery. We don’t need to pretend terrible art isn’t that, but here, “empathy overrules irony.” (Mel)

And while we’re on the subject, it’s looking like at least one mega-famous A-list actor is going to be outed as one of the monsters who destroyed the Coreys— and so many other child actors’— lives. (DListed)

We’re in a new Golden Age of television, not just in terms of quality, but in how our favorite shows are genuinely helping us deal with the hardest parts of our lives, and the darkest parts of ourselves. (NYT)

Well, that was a load of heavy links, wasn’t it? Here’s something fun: a whole bunch of TV and movie houses up for sale. I’ll take one Full House and one Murder House, please. (Revelist)

OHMYGODOHMYGODOHMYGOD. Fuck bouquets. Puppies are the new wedding trend! (Mashable)

Take a teenage girl who’s either possessed or schizophrenic, add a dose of reality television, and one exorcism, and you’ve got Paul Tremblay’s novel, A Head Full of Ghosts. Cannonballer genericwhitegirl says this one is terrifying. "What seems like any family, yours or mine, suddenly seems like any family you’d rather not be." Four stars for this one. (Cannonball Read)

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