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Bam Margera Sues Johnny Knoxville Over 'Jackass Forever' Firing

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | August 9, 2021 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | August 9, 2021 |


In a lawsuit where he has the balls to compare his situation to Britney Spears, Bam Margera has accused Johnny Knoxville of coercing him into signing a “wellness agreement,” which Margera violated by testing positive for Adderall, and was ultimately fired from Jackass Forever because of it. (Variety)

Gemma Chan looks incredible on the cover of British Vogue to promote Marvel’s Eternals and she worked with a mostly East Asian team for the shoot. (Lainey Gossip)

Former Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kim Zolciak has been accused of scamming people by launching a “spiritual academy” that will increase your vibrations or some shit. (Dlisted)

ScarJo’s SAG Union is going to bat against Disney. (Celebitchy)

From Claude:

From Roxana: We are blessed: The Green Knight’s hair designer Eileen Buggy speaks about Dev Patel’s shaggy bob as Gawain. (A24)

From Dustin: They made another show for me. Vince Vaughn to star in Bad Monkey adaptation from Ted Lasso co-creator Bill Lawrence. (THR)

From Alberto: Jessica Springsteen nabbed a silver in equestrian jumping. (NBC News)


From Jen:

Trey Parker and Matt Stone are not being shy about having “F*ck You Money” now, so great for them. Awesome. Nothing like a massive payoff for poisoning an entire generation with a libertarian “both sides” circle jerk. I love life. (IndieWire)

OK, so it’s probably bad for DC Comics if their writers are quitting Batman to make comics for… Substack? (Polygon)

And here’s an equally bad report for Marvel about how they’re only paying creators $5,000 if they use their work in the MCU. Jesus. (io9)

I honestly can’t get a read on this situation, and apparently I’m not alone, but Joel Kinnaman has a messy situation going on where he was granted a restraining order against a woman accusing him of rape. (AV Club)

Knowing her interest in women in sports, ASKReviews’s mother-in-law gave her Elise Hooper’s novelization of three women trying to get to the 1936 Olympics. Fast Girls is for: "Anyone interested in how women have had to fight against sexism, misogyny, and racism to do simple things like run really fast." Have you heard of Betty Robinson, Louise Stokes, or Helen Stephens? (Cannonball Read 13)

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