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Tom Cruise Is Personally Bankrolling Scientology's Army of Spies & Ben Affleck Tries to Rewrite History

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | April 20, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | April 20, 2015 |

Keith Olbermann, when Dustin calls out your Mad Men theory for being too out there, it’s time to rein it in. (Uproxx)

The second weekend of Coachella was decidedly less crazypants, fashion-wise than the first, but here’s Joshua Jackson looking adorable with Diane Kruger as a sexy cheetah. (GoFugYourself)

Is Tom Cruise personally funding the spies (and basically everything else) of the Church of Scientology? At this point, nothing related to the CoS seems far-fetched, does it? (Celebitchy)

Justin Timberlake heard what we were saying and finally posted an actual picture of Jessica Biel (and their ADORABLE BABY!) to his Instagram. It showed her face and everything. (Jezebel)

Last year, Ben Affleck was on the PBS show Finding Your Roots, and apparently he did not like the roots that he found. It turned out he has an ancestor who owned slaves, but as that fact would be super bad for Batman’s brand, he asked the show to edit that fact out. Which they did. No one comes out looking good here. (Lainey)

Here’s a beautiful tribute to Jonathan Crombie, who passed away this weekend, and how for an entire generation of young romantics, his mastery of the loving gaze informed our concept of what love is. (New Yorker)

This weekend, Target stores across the country were transformed into near-literal bloodbaths as women went feral trying to get the new affordable Lilly Pulitzer line. Shame on all the assholes who cleared entire racks into their carts, only to sell the stuff on eBay. They go to the special hell with people who talk at the theatre and Adam Baldwin. (BuzzFeed)

Is there a greater national hero than this woman who ate three 72-ounce steak dinners? (Daily Dot)

Maybe THIS woman, who caught a foul ball at a Cubs game and then chugged her beer like it was the most extreme beer pong victory ever recorded. (DListed)

These imagined pop culture mashups are cute, but the Deadpool Comedy of Errors one is GENIUS. (Unreality)

After loving the book Still Alice, Lollygagger made sure to read Lisa Genova’s next novel, Inside the O’Briens. This compelling story about a family dealing with Huntington’s Disease made her stay up reading way too late at night again, but Still Alice is still her favorite. Have you read either of these books? (Cannonball Read 7)

Do you have a fear of heights? Or, more specifically, of falling to your death? Blame Disney.

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