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Maya Hawke Breaks Nepo Baby Code by Admitting She’s a Nepo Baby

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | June 2, 2024 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | June 2, 2024 |


When Maya Hawke appeared in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, she boasted that she auditioned for the part and got the part through her agent instead of the more obvious elephant in the room: Her mom, Uma Thurman, was Quentin Tarantino’s feet of choice in Pulp Fiction and the Kill Bill films. Jump to today, where Maya totally gets why she got mocked into the sun, and in a refreshing bit of candor, she fully cops to her nepo baby status. That’s all we’re asking, people! (HuffPost)

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The Pope would like you to know that gossip is a woman’s thing. Haha, remember when they used to call him The Cool Pope? Old age is fun. (Celebitchy)

Is anyone surprised that public school students in Texas are about to get a whole heapin’ helpin’ of Bible stories? (Wonkette)

From Tori: Every part of this headline is unexpected. (Variety)

Adele had no goddamn time for some idiot heckling Pride. (Rolling Stone)

Do not accuse Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse of using AI. (The Wrap)

From Jen: “Are we dating the same guy?” guy arrested for tax fraud. (404 Media)

From Roxana: For the bougie ice cream lovers among us, including myself here, Jeni’s new summer collection has some exciting flavors. Sour cherry and pink peppercorns??? (Jeni’s)

Some shows Brian Grubb would like to see Reacher on. (Substack)

Paul Walter Hauser was understandably reluctant to join the Fantastic Four cast, and it’ll be real interesting to see if he should’ve stuck with his gut. (THR)

From Petr: Parenting done right. (Instagram)

Templeton could see Kristen Perrin’s How to Solve Your Own Murder being adapted into a streaming series. “I think I was most surprised how much I just liked the concept and execution of the story.” Which books would you like to see on your screens? (Cannonball Read 16)