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Leah Remini Blasts Scientology After Danny Masterson Sentencing

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | September 7, 2023 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | September 7, 2023 |


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In response to Danny Masterson finally getting sentenced to 30 years in prison, Leah Remini did what Leah Remini does best by tearing Scientology a third anus. She blasted Tom Cruise’s religion of choice for protecting Masterson for over two decades and essentially allowing a rapist to roam free. Drag ‘em, Leah. (Twitter)

In similar burn-it-all-down vibes, Jill Duggar’s latest revelations from her new book underscore the need for financial protections for kids on reality TV. (Lainey Gossip)

Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly are fully back together. (Celebitchy)

UPDATE: Unfortunately, Andrew’s short film Pay The Tithe will no longer be playing as part of the New Faces New Voices Festival in NYC, but he and his team appreciate the opportunity and will keep all the awesome Pajiba peeps alert of any screenings in the future!

Trump can’t wait to testify against himself in his many, many trials. (Wonkette)

In what has to be a record for quickest apology, Jimmy Fallon is really sorry, you guys. He totally feels bad, OK? (Variety)

I really feel like Elon Musk using Starlink to foil a Ukrainian assault on Russia should be a much bigger story. I’m no national security hawk, but what in the hell? (CNN)

Scream creator Kevin Williamson says Neve Campbell needs to return to the franchise and they should pay the woman her damn money. (IndieWire)

Not even scumbags are buying Tucker’s Obama gay lover bullsh*t. (Mediaite)

Even The View dragged Joe Jonas for whatever he’s trying to pull. (Uproxx)

Jeff Nichols was apparently intent on making an Aquaman movie where he has his hook hand from the ’90s. I would have totally watched that. (A.V. Club)

Faintingviolet was interested to see how a film critic would tell the story of Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert’s professional partnership in Opposable Thumbs. “Perhaps the thing I appreciate most about this book is the page space Matt Singer spent on topics important to his subjects, specifically underseen movies, the dangers of creative laziness, and the harm possible in tropes and clichés - particularly those centered on violence against women and minorities.” What subjects do you think movie critics aren’t discussing enough? (Cannonball Read 15)

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