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Gee, It's Almost Like the Special Treatment We Constantly Award Athletes Encourages Them To Be Assholes

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | August 18, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | August 18, 2016 |

In today’s Yeah, No Shit news, Ryan Lochte and the other swimmer dudes were not, in fact, mugged like they said they were. Instead, they got super drunk, broke down the door of a gas station bathroom, peed all over the walls, and fought with a security guard. To which the Olympic Committee basically said “Yeah, but what’re you gonna do?” (Pajiba)

Here’s some more Winona Ryder for you, following yesterday’s awesome cover. She’s embraced her status as goth icon, but she didn’t get why people thought she was “grunge,” because all she listened to in the ’90s was Judy Garland. (Celebitchy)

Leonardo DiCaprio’s foundation sounds shady AF. (Lainey)

Ivanka Trump ordered some jewelry online, but the jewelers weren’t so interested in putting those Trump dollars in their pockets. (The Slot)

Millie Bobby Brown (aka the ultra badass Eleven) joined in the 22 Pushup Challenge.

There are naked Trump statues popping up all over the country. You can barely see it, but the statue does have its anatomy hanging out, so this link is NSFW or eyeballs. (Gothamist)

Here’s some great garbage news for you all. Eight Egyptian news anchors have been taken off the air until they have “appropriate appearance” (read: lose weight). (Guardian)

This police officer/Beyonce superfan makes my heart happy.

When you're a police officer but a Beyonce Stan too so you have to get in Formation, literally.

A video posted by Him Kardashian, Famous Person (@mrldavis) on

The biggest selling point for the new Ben-Hur seems to be that it has exactly 0% subtlety, homoerotic, religious, or otherwise. (Vanity Fair)

This wordless making-of video for the Jessica Jones title sequence is super cool. (Inverse)

DataAngel is way behind in his reviews. Beckoning Souls: A Horror Story by J. R. Tate is #6, unfortunately it’s a real #2. "I do actually read books that I like, guys. I do. I promise I’ll start reviewing some of those. Eventually. The less-than-good books are just more fun to talk about." They sure are, check out more about this turd. (Cannonball Read 8)

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