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Michael K. Williams Found Dead at 54

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | September 6, 2021 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | September 6, 2021 |


Best known for his iconic portrayal of Omar Devone Little on The Wire, actor Michael K. Williams was found dead earlier today in his Brooklyn apartment. Our deepest condolences to his friends and family. (Variety)

After reports came in that Miles Teller’s refusal to get vaccinated has caused a shutdown on the Paramount+ series The Offer, his rep is now saying the “facts are incorrect,” but refusing to specify which facts. The shutdown? Miles not being vaccinated? There are actually other faces more punchable than his? (Dlisted)

Angelina Jolie reveals there was tension in her marriage when Brad Pitt worked with Harvey Weinstein on Inglorious Basterds. (Celebitchy)

As someone who has incorrectly accused Reese Witherspoon of being pregnant numerous times — we all have our vices — I’m just going to quietly place these photos of Olivia Munn here without comment…

Kayleigh has a podcast about weird and underseen vampire pop culture! On the newest episode, she and her cohost Catherine discuss the glorious flop that was the Broadway musical adaptation of Anne Rice’s Vampire Chronicles. (Fangthology)

Tom Brady is only now revealing that he caught COVID after February’s Super Bowl parade and/or those photos of him drunkenly hopping boats. (Tampa Bay Times)

From Alberto: The worst 9/11 story you’ll ever read in your life, and no, not because of the terrorism. Prepare for an infuriating journey. (Twitter)

From Claude: Kinda sorta spoilery reveal of new Aquaman 2 stealth suit. (EW)

From James:

The masks were working all along. (The Atlantic)

Phoebe Waller-Bridge has exited Amazon Mr. & Mrs. Smith series, which is still moving forward with Donald Glover attached. Is Danny Pudi busy? Just throwing it out there. (THR)

Simu Liu’s past as a stock photo model won’t stop haunting him. (BuzzFeed)

BlackRaven decided to get ready for Cannon Book Club’s Fairytales and Adaptations discussion (September 17 & 18) by reading a translation of Charles Perrault’s original story, "Donkey-skin." She says, "I am not sure of the moral of the story, but it is an interesting one." Are you familiar with this French fairytale? (Cannonball Read 13)

From Roxana: A good thing: