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It Sure Looks Like Taika Waititi Is Having Threesomes With Rita Ora and Tessa Thompson

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | May 23, 2021 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | May 23, 2021 |


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I don’t want to read too heavily into these pics — Who am I kidding? You saw the headline — but, uh, it sure looks a hell of lot like Taika Waititi, Rita Ora, and Tessa Thompson had a pretty freaky night. (Daily Mail)

Kim Cattrall just fired a nice shot across Sex and the City 3’s bow. (Lainey Gossip)

After throwing away her birth control pills and getting her pregnant, Ian Somerhalder would like to thank his wife Nikki Reed for… getting rid of his debt? Romance lives, kids! (Dlisted)

Chris Rock is bitching about cancel culture now. Of course. (Celebitchy)

From Kristy: Rick Santorum out at CNN after racist comments about Native Americans and On-Air non-apology. (TVLine)

From Roxana: Emily Wilder’s statement on being fired by the AP. (Twitter)

From Steven: The important thing for you all to know is that John Steinbeck wrote a werewolf novel that has been sitting unpublished for ninety years. (The Guardian)

From Jen: Kevin Spacey has already booked a new film role, so maybe Chris Rock can take his “cancel culture” rant and shove it up his ass. (Deadline)

Firing Gina Carano may have caused Lucasfilm to completely scrap one of its The Mandalorian spin-off, and honestly, good. Ahsoka is plenty. — And Book of Boba Fett, maybe. Don’t quote me on that. (/Film)

Pa. Governor Tom Wolf recognized Juneteenth and a bunch of cops in my state absolutely shit their pants throwing tantrums about it. (The Root)

At the end of Thursday’s Pajiba Love, I shared a video from Andrew of the Linda Lindas absolutely crushing necks while performing in their school library. — They’ve already signed a record deal. Hell yeah. (Variety)

The Scientist and The Spy by Mara Hvistendahl made LittlePlat want to rant about many things. Read the review to find out all the things that made her want to bang her head on the desk. Terrible governments and people aside, "Hvistendahl’s writing is engaging and highly accessible, and much of the subject matter is treated with an even hand, especially matters of biotechnology." Does it surprise you that corn has spawned so much corporate espionage? (Cannonball Read 13)

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Mike is a Staff Contributor living in Pennsyltucky. You can follow him on Twitter.



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