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Russell Crowe Has Revealed His 'Thor: Love and Thunder' Role

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | April 22, 2021 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | April 22, 2021 |


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In what has to be a total fart in the face to his Marvel NDA, Russell Crowe has already revealed who he’s playing in Thor: Love and Thunder, and despite the picture of him and Chris Hemsworth above, it’s not Santa Claus. I’m as shocked as you are. (Comic Book)

Channing Tatum doing lunges is one way to promote a children’s book. (Lainey Gossip)

The Demi Lovato vs. the froyo shop drama is still going on?! (Dlisted)

Meghan Markle reached out to Chrissy Teigen after her miscarriage and was very kind and “wonderful.” I know I usually go for the snarky stuff, but that seemed like a nice palate cleanser after Tiny Timber Lad and his special wood. (Celebitchy)

A couple planned a whole-ass wedding at someone else’s mansion without ever talking to the owner, and you’ll never believe what state they live in. (The Root)

Have you ever wondered why there isn’t an Oscar for Best Casting? Over on IGN, Kayleigh interviewed casting directors to answer that question and find out about the oft-undiscussed skills and labour that goes into finding the right actors for the project. (IGN)

From Nicole: Such good doggos make it all better:

Pen 15’s Maya Erskine is joining Obi-Wan Kenobi on Disney+. (Variety)

An artist is selling NFTs of the creepy and disturbing as hell texts that Armie Hammer sent her. “What I’m doing is basically taking [his] head, I’m shrinking it, and I’m putting it on a stake on the outside of the house of #MeToo.” (Daily Beast)

The goddamn best version of Justice League is getting its own comic series? You have my full and undivided attention. (io9)

Elderberrywine is a sucker for a book with a good map, and Claude Izner’s The Montmartre Investigation lives up to its map. "A very bubbly mixture of murder, intrigue, risqué dancing (including one talented dancer who could apparently fart out the tune La Marsellaise as a special treat), and a Paris just starting to come into its own as a major city." What are your favorite books with maps? (Cannonball Read 13)

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



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