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Leonardo DiCaprio's Idea of a Serious Relationship Hasn't Evolved Since Puberty

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | November 17, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | November 17, 2016 |

Hey America, Tom Hanks says we’re going to be okay. I want to believe him. (Celebitchy)

Leonardo DiCaprio is in a very serious relationship. Which, according to People, means he holds her hand a lot and kisses her on the mouth. You know, serious relationship stuff. They probably also pass notes in homeroom. This would have the potential to be cutely juvenile if it didn’t always involve banging models half his age. (Lainey)

Iggy Azalea was named GQ’s Woman of the Year. Her acceptance speech (thanking them for awarding her “Best Vagina”) and everything else about the ceremony was as weird and uncomfortable as that choice itself. (DListed)

Just in case you forgot Natalie Portman has a baby inside of her… (Go Fug Yourself)

Does it feel like this country was suddenly split in two? Here are the maps of what our two Americas actually look like. I can’t stop staring at them. (NYT)

A promo image for season 3 of Better Call Saul has given us a very cool pre-Easter egg. (Uproxx)

Bob Dylan won’t be attending the Nobel ceremony. He has “other commitments.” No one is being fooled by that excuse. Can’t he just say he doesn’t give a crap? (Rolling Stone)

This is a brilliant look at the “empowerment trap” and the “peak marketplace feminism” Ivanka Trump is capitalizing on. (Guardian)

I’m not exactly sure why this oral history of My So-Called Life made me cry a little, but it’s so good. My favorite takeaway is probably that for his audition, they made Jared Leto lean against a wall and close his eyes and everyone was immediately like “YOU’RE HIRED.” (Elle)

Speaking of 90s nostalgia, Cory Matthews’ house from Boy Meets World is up for sale. Anyone have a million and a half dollars lying around that they want to throw my way? (Elite Daily)

I’m still not a fan of Jimmy Fallon, but he brought Metallica in for a classroom instruments version of “Enter Sandman” and it’s too bizarre to ignore. (Oohlo)

This interview with one of the biggest writers of those fake viral Facebook “news” stories is fascinating and totally infuriating. He genuinely thought he was messing with the Trump campaign, and doesn’t understand why no one fact checked any of what he seems to have thought were OBVIOUSLY fake stories. Clearly, we can’t blame this one man for getting Trump elected, but it’s hard to think he didn’t play a disturbingly large role. (Washington Post)

Caitlin has been wanting to read one of Gina Damico’s novels for a while, and finally had a chance to read Wax. "Wax is about a town called Paraffin, Vermont, and how some of its residents were murdered and replaced with wax figures. It’s also really, really funny." A funny murder mystery with wax people? That sounds like it’s right in Pajiba’s wheelhouse. (Cannonball Read 8)

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