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Ezra Miller Got Arrested Again in Hawaii

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | April 19, 2022 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | April 19, 2022 |


In what’s became a disturbingly recurring trend, Ezra Miller has been arrested again in Hawaii. This time, for throwing a chair at a woman after being asked to leave a private party. Yeesh! The arrest also arrives on the heels of their projects being put on “pause” at Warner Bros., who has to be absolutely sweating bullets over the fact that Miller is anchoring a revamp of the DC Extended Universe with The Flash. More importantly, everyone needs to decide if the narrative here is that Miller is a heinous criminal who should be getting more scorn than Will Smith, or if they’re a sweet, innocent victim of mental illness and must be protected at all costs. It’s impossible to get a read on this. (Variety)

Rihanna and A$AP Rocky arrive in Barbados together after rumors he was cheating on her were shut down. (Lainey Gossip)

Johnny Depp is just a kind southern gentleman obsessed with the truth, you guys. But, also, he was high on drugs when he sent those texts about killing and raping Amber Heard and totally didn’t mean it. A truth-lover would never lie! (Dlisted)

Natasha Lyonne and Fred Armisen broke up over a swimming pool. (Celebitchy)

The Washington Post defends Taylor Lorenz for revealing the QAnon lady behind the Libs of TikTok Twitter account, as it should. (Mediaite)

From Seth: Our dear comrade Roxana Hadadi was on Pop Culture Happy Hour talking all things Moon Knight. Listen because she’s the best, but stay because this quote is the best: “Setting the table means you’re going to eat, so it’s inherently better than throat clearing.” (NPR)

So that’s why Netflix is cracking down on password sharing. (IndieWire)

A pretty great interview with Elisha Cuthbert on surviving the Maxim/FHM days of the mid-aughts. (The Daily Beast)

The Problem with Jon Stewart has a problem with ratings. (The Wrap)

F. Murray Abraham is not returning for Mythic Quest Season 3, and I gotta be frank, Lionsgate’s statement that it doesn’t comment on “matters concerning personnel” does not sound great. (Vanity Fair)

Damn, Hayden Christensen has been doing his homework. (EW)

Narfna was looking for something fun to read when she picked up Mary Roach’s book about animals breaking the law. "The book is full of emotionally contradicting stories…because this is a surprisingly tough subject." Can you recommend other good books about tough subjects? (Cannonball Read 14)

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