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Olivia Wilde Fired Shia LaBeouf To Keep Florence Pugh 'Safe'

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | August 24, 2022 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | August 24, 2022 |


Earlier today, Dustin covered Olivia Wilde’s comments about why she left Jason Sudeikis from her sprawling new profile in Variety. Well, Wilde also touched on her highly publicized firing of Shia LaBeouf from Don’t Worry Darling because he reportedly violated her “No Asshole Policy.” Turns out, LaBeouf was not Wilde’s first choice, and he had a “combative energy” to his process that made her particularly concerned for Florence Pugh, so that was enough to toss The Beef. (IndieWire)

Paul Rudd is a perfect fit for Only Murders in the Building. (Lainey Gossip)

Tom Lee was on a bender when he posted that d*ck pic to Instagram. (Dlisted)

Leah Remini had a good reason to miss Bennifer’s wedding. (Celebitchy)

Warner Bros. Discovery just punted both the Aquaman and Shazam sequels because, reportedly, they’re short on money to market and distribute films despite making a huge deal about focusing on theatrical releases. Really going great over there! (THR)

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From Claude: An oral history of the now legendary Command and Conquer: Red Alert 3 clip of Tim Curry escaping to… SPAAACE! (Vice)

“Since 2012, [A24] has bred superfans, dropped swag, and perfected a house style. It’s also teetering on the verge of self-parody.” (Vulture)

Heidi Klum was invited to participate in Hulu’s new Victoria’s Secret documentary, but instead, she decided to pretend nothing bad ever happened there and bad-mouthed the whole thing. Nice, Heidi. Real nice. (Variety)

From James: I could watch this for HOURS. (Twitter)

TylerDFC appreciated that Dave Grohl’s The Storyteller stays focused on the stories he wanted to tell about his life. "[W]hen I started the book I was more interested in the Nirvana stories than anything else, but that changed the more I read." Whose autobiography have you enjoyed? (Cannonball Read 14)