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Robert Downey Jr. and Mark Ruffalo Defend Chris Pratt for Not Being 'Political'

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | October 20, 2020 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | October 20, 2020 |


Brie Larson has and is still experiencing a world of shit from online hordes, yet I can’t remember hearing a peep in her defense from her Marvel co-stars. Chris Pratt, on the other hand, has experienced maybe 24 hours of side-eye for possibly being a Republican, and Robert Downey Jr. and Mark Ruffalo immediately rushed to his defense. That’s some bullshit right there, and RDJ’s smarmy reaction is the kind of thing that makes me hope the rest of his career is nothing but Dolittle after Dolittle. (People)

Jennifer Garner gets very real about the benefits of Al-Anon. (Lainey Gossip)

So Scott Baio is lame, no doubt, but holy shit, that Chachi clip compilation is brutal. That’s what teen girls lost their minds over? (Dlisted)

Ice Cube caught a lot of well-deserved heat the other day, but just FYI, 50 Cent is out here fully endorsing Trump because he doesn’t want to pay higher taxes. (Celebitchy)

Has Dominic West ever once looked like Prince Charles? (Go Fug Yourself)

And because you can’t talk about Jimmy without mentioning Bunk, Wendell Pierce is playing B.B. King in a new biopic. (The Root)

If you’re missing the voices and music of Broadway, mark your calendar for tomorrow night! In Our America: A Concert for the Soul of the Nation is a one-night only, all-star virtual event to benefit the Biden Victory Fund, presented by Broadway for Biden and directed by Tony Award® nominee Liesl Tommy (the upcoming film Respect, Eclipsed). - (Broadway for Biden)

Pat Robertson says Trump will win re-election and it will start the End Times, which kinda means Trump is the Anti-Christ? Except not really because Pat has been seeing this kind of shit since Reagan. (Right Wing Watch)

Renegade sheriffs say they might not enforce a ban on guns at Michigan polling places, so that should end well. (Vice)

A Willow sequel series is officially coming to Disney+. F*ck and yes. (Variety)

It sure sounds like Demi Lovato fell into a crazy hole of letting a QAnon-adjacent nutjob teach her how to telepathically communicate with aliens. Oh good. (Jezebel)

When Caitycait saw the tagline for Hannah Moskowitz’s Sick Kids in Love, "they don’t die in this one," she was sold. And true to the advertising, the sick kids have non-terminal chronic illnesses. "I very much liked how Ibby ended up growing through the book. She learned to stand up for herself with her friends and with her dad." Are you more likely to pretend you are fine, or admit when you are in pain or feeling unwell? (Cannonball Read 12)

Mike is a Staff Contributor living in Pennsyltucky. You can follow him on Twitter.

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