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Brad Pitt Bought a Nazi Motorcycle & Prepare to Feel Shamed Into Respecting Tom Hardy's Privacy

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | September 17, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | September 17, 2015 |

What look do we think Rachel Weisz is going for here? I’m gonna guess 1970s nightgown-loving ice skater met with a genetic mutation. (Go Fug Yourself)

Brad Pitt reportedly spent $350K on a Nazi motorcycle. I guess everyone needs a hobby? (Celebitchy)

Miley Cyrus and Dane Cook are rumored to be dating, and just the thought of those two people in a room together is exhausting. (DListed)

We may sometimes see celebrities as having traded some, if not all, of their privacy for the opportunity to live their dream and make millions of dollars for it. But Tom Hardy, in addressing that interview where he refused to answer questions about his sexuality, would like to remind us that we do not own celebrities. We are not their friends and they are entitled to privacy. (He also talks about dogs.) (Daily Beast)

We’re all tired of talking about Donald Trump’s “politics,” but please let’s never get tired of talking about his hair. Here are 32 celebrities trying to define the color of Trump’s hair. In a related matter, Jessica Chastain has stolen my heart. Alert the authorities. (Vanity Fair)

And just one more piece of GOP debate talk: Were you by any chance following along with Bernie Sanders’ live tweeting? Until even he got bored and gave up, that is. (NPR)

If you’re feeling nitpicky, take a look through this list of glaring plot holes in otherwise great movies. (Screen Rant)

For anyone worried the legalization of marijuana would somehow bring down our entire country, Colorado brought in more tax revenue from pot last year than from alcohol. A LOT more. (Jezebel)

A Jeopardy contestant/national hero finally tricked Alex Trebek into saying the words “Turd Ferguson.” (Vulture)

We’ve already talked here about the lame predictability of a lot of Ashley Madison passwords, but when those same passwords are given the Jack Handy treatment, they’re kind of amazing. (BuzzFeed)

Do you like bacon? Do you like it enough to make it the core tenet of your search for romance? (Time)

Bothari43’s younger brother got Libriomancer by Jim C. Hines for their father, and when he finished it he immediately ordered copies for Bothari43and her other younger brother. So this book is recommended by a whole family of nerds. Overall it’s a fun ride with a likeable character and some serious cleverness, and Bothari43 highly recommends it. How can a family of nerds be wrong? (Cannonball Read 7)

I’m talking a long weekend (hooray!), so consider this my usual baby animal Friday gift. I’ll miss you all like the adorable, vicious tiger cubs you are.

This orangutan thinks its a surrogate for these tiger cubs!

Posted by Kyle and Jackie O on Saturday, May 9, 2015