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'Green Book" Writer Deletes Tweet, Then Entire Twitter Account After Idiotic Tweet Surfaces

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | January 9, 2019 |

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | January 9, 2019 |


This sounds like the old Late Night Wars bullshit that’s going on with the Oscars and Golden Globes. - (Lainey)

Oh, yeah, in case you forgot (I did), JLaw is still dating that normie, non-Hollywoody guy. - (Celebitchy)

I’ve never watched an episode of Big Brother or Celebrity Big Brother, but I might have to check in periodically with this cast. Mostly because it’s entirely possible that someone(s) might get their ass(es) beat. - (Dlisted)

I was kind of looking forward to Phylicia Rashad guest starring on This is Us, but then Mike posted this in our Slack and… goddammit. Reminder: Phylicia Rashad thinks the Bill Cosby accusations were “orchestrated” and has yet to condemn him. - (AVClub)

Kate shared this, “I love Olivia Newton-John, and I love that she’s being open about using pot to recuperate.” - (People)

:Insert “This Is Fine” comic here: - (NBC News)

The guy who wrote Green Book (and won a Golden Globe) deleted a tweet, and then his entire account today after an old tweet surfaced that basically confirms everything you already believed about Nick Vallelonga. (IndieWire)


Not all comedy club owners are willing to book Louis C.K. One owner spoke to Jezebel about why she refuses to. - (Jezebel)

I want every pair of slippers here, but if I can’t have the $312 red (silk?) cat slippers, I’ll happily take the Nordstrom RE LAX ones. - (GFY)

I’ve tried many of the new Oreo flavors, but this is the first one that I will actively search out. - (TIB)

Petr shared this: “I’ve been laughing at the wonderful nerdery on display here for 24hrs now.” And now I’m laughing too! - (Bored Panda)

ClaireBadger thought reviewing a book that starts with A was a good way to begin her first Cannonball. Autonomous by Annalee Newitz is a work of speculative fiction that imagines an adventure in a world in which capitalism is taken to its extreme. "At times, I wish Newitz had given herself more room to just breath in the world she’s created and really let us explore it." ClaireBadger notes that the book has been optioned for a TV series. What book do you wish would be made into a TV series? (Cannonball Read 11)

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