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Jennifer Lawrence Finally Put the Liam Hemsworth Rumors to Bed

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | June 28, 2023 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | June 28, 2023 |


Jennifer Lawrence would like the record to show that she did not hook up with Liam Hemsworth while he was with Miley Cyrus. And when they broke up for the first time, not much happened with JLaw either. (Dlisted)

Dennis Rodman slams bigots as he celebrates Pride in Houston. (Lainey Gossip)

The Flash could cost Warner Bros. at least $200 million. (Celebitchy)

From Jen: Congrats to Chrissy Teigen on her fourth baby! (Instagram)

Miranda Cosgrove confirms widespread reports that Jack Black is “unbelievably nice” and has kept up with all of the kids from School of Rock. (PEOPLE)

On the opposite end of that spectrum, not surprised to learn that Fred Savage’s little brother is an ice-cold weirdo who ghosted the rest of the Boy Meets World cast. (Uproxx)

Steven Spielberg, Martin Scorsese, and Paul Thomas Anderson are going to help curate TCM, so everyone can relax until David Zaslav has another hankering for more layoffs. (CNBC)

From Andrew: I only got Stitcher because I got Howl, and I only got Howl because I had the WTF app and got grandfathered in but still… this sucks. (Comic Book)

This can be hard to grasp sometimes, and I get why folks tend to bristle when it comes up. But Joe Biden being personally opposed to abortion, yet still championing the right for others to choose is how it’s supposed to work. Everyone is entitled to their beliefs. Inflicting those beliefs on others is when we’ve got a problem. (Jezebel)

I’m old enough to remember when Tom Cruise was trying to snake Christopher Nolan by getting Imax theaters to play the new Mission: Impossible instead of Oppenheimer. (THR)

Gillian Anderson and Lena Headey in a western?! I’m listening. (Variety)

Flimflamingo feels like Victor LaValle writes for her and Lone Women confirms that. “The book goes from the story of one woman - Adelaide - and her burden to the story of all the lone women of the West and, perhaps, all the lone women of all time.” Who writes for you? (Cannonball Read 15)