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Orlando Bloom Isn't Having Enough Sex With Katy Perry After She Birthed Him a Whole Child

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | March 24, 2021 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | March 24, 2021 |


Orlando Bloom apparently thinks it’s cool to let people know that Katy Perry isn’t doing him enough after giving birth during a pandemic. Nice, dude. (Celebitchy)

Anya Taylor-Joy feels part and parcel of the “New Celebrity” in Vanity Fair. (Lainey Gossip)

Justin Bieber visited a prison to preach at inmates. I’d rather get the chair. (Dlisted)

The shrimp guy is Milkshake Duck-ing. Milkshake Duck-ing real hard. And these are just two of many, many, many examples. WTF, Topanga? (Twitter)

Hardware, Icon, and Static will all make their triumphant return when Milestone relaunches this summer. (The Root)

Kristy appeared on a special bonus episode of The Mixed Reviews podcast to share her experiences and movie recommendations from SXSW. (The Mixed Reviews)

From Nicole: The world will change, technology will advance, progress will march on, and people will always be assholes. (Ancient Origins)

Silicon Valley’s Alice Wetterlund on Thomas Middleditch: “I tried to warn you.” (AV Club)

Nailed it:

Back during the free-wheeling days of WandaVision theories, Pierce Brosnan is who I wanted to show up as the MCU’s Magneto. Kudos to DC for catching Marvel sleeping. (THR)

Stop making your gritty prestige movies and TV shows so dark! (Bustle)

So I’ve been kind of intrigued by The Nevers, but damn, there was an awkwardly large amount of gushing over Joss Whedon at the end of this interview. I was under the impression that he left the show much earlier in its production, but that’s not looking like the case. (EW)

Cannonball Read is hosting the Young at Heart Cannon Book Club on May 21 and 22. Readers will have their choice between: Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing by Judy Blume, Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams, and Ghost Squad by Claribel A. Ortega. Enjoy one for the first time, revisit an old favorite, or both! What makes you feel nostalgic? (Cannonball Read 13)