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Jameela Jamil Will Reportedly Be the Big Bad In 'She-Hulk'

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | June 10, 2021 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | June 10, 2021 |


Jameela Jamil will play the villainous Titania in She-Hulk for Disney+, and no, that name doesn’t sound like you think it does. And by you I mean me. Haha, boobs. (Variety)

Kanye and Irina Shayk arrived back in New York, and in what’s probably not a great sign, she’s already hiding her face from the paparazzi, which like I mentioned yesterday, is not her usual M.O. in any way. (Lainey Gossip)

Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott are still married? (Dlisted)

John Legend’s friends are reportedly telling him to divorce Chrissy Teigen, which I dunno, seems a tad overkill. Then again, one of those friends is allegedly Kim Kardashian, who I could definitely see pushing this move. (Celebitchy)

This whole thread is delightful and very PA. Big props to the lady who was first in line to get the Mare cheesesteak and immediately started housing it in front of reporters:

From James: The dude gave birth to a horse once, but somehow, Loki being gender fluid is still news. “And I don’t mean in the sense that Loki shouldn’t be gender fluid, just that he’s ALWAYS been gender fluid.” (IGN)

And as Steven points out, Thor famously pretended to be a woman so he could marry a giant and steal his hammer back. (Historiska)

From Jen: A Bronx street has been renamed “Stan Lee Way” to honor the late Marvel comics legend. (The Real Stan Lee)

From Petr: Best one yet.

Warner Bros. is reviving whichever part of the Lord of the Rings franchise by going big on an anime movie that will reportedly be getting a theatrical release. Neat. (Polygon)

Caitlyn Jenner refuses to say Donald Trump lost the 2020 election, in case you were wondering if the Republican is still chained to Lord Mushroomdick. (Deadline)

Thinking about getting into NFTs? You shouldn’t. And to drive that point home, here’s Lindsay Lohan instructing people on how to get into NFTs. I rest my case. (Interview)

Before Agatha Christie, there was American novelist Mary Roberts Rinehart, who created the "the butler did it" trope. Another Kate describes her crime novel, K., as "basically General Hospital set in 1915, only quieter and more gentle—at least on the surface." Are you familiar with Rinehart’s novels? (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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