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Stephen Amell Admits He Was Kicked off a Plane for Yelling at His Wife

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | June 23, 2021 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | June 23, 2021 |


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Arrow star Stephen Amell confirmed that he was asked to leave a flight on Monday after loudly yelling at his wife. However, he wants the record to show that he was not “forcibly removed.” Good for you? (Celebitchy)

Sarah wrote a deeply personal essay on Physical and body positivity. (Lainey Gossip)

Sharon Stone has some thoughts on Meryl Streep. Lots and lots of thoughts (Dlisted)

It’s always a good day when Shaun King’s grift gets exposed for the obvious grift that it is, but uh, real quick, who wrote the foreword to his book again? *walks away whistling*

From Roxana: Abraham Riesman, journalist and author of True Believer: The Rise and Fall of Stan Lee, wrote a thoughtful, comprehensive piece for New York magazine about his grandfather, the role he played in the American Zionist movement, and the Israel/Palestine question now. (Intelligencer)

From James: Miles Morales gets his shot at being Captain America in a new set of variant covers for Marvel Comics. (ScreenRant)

Kayleigh wrote about the 15th anniversary of The Devil Wears Prada and how the movie made Meryl Streep a modern day icon. (/Film)

From Claude: Today in Shitty Men, a year to the day after 60 people came out against him, Warren Ellis has a new project with Image Comics, as opposed to his recent projects like Castlevania and The Batman’s Grave, and artist Ben Templesmith tries to excuse working with him. But cancel culture is totally a thing. (io9)

Charlotte Nicdao talks Mythic Quest’s upcoming Season 2 finale. (AV Club)

Jerry Seinfeld is making a movie about Pop Tarts. (Deadline)

It really looks like John Boyega just completely bounced in the middle of shooting a movie for Netflix. (THR)

CatLadyHatty found Elisabeth Thomas’s atmospheric higher education mystery, Catherine House, immersive. "I struggled to ‘like’ the protagonist, but I interpreted that to be by design-a nice parallel mystery to solve." Have you read a mystery set in a university recently? (Cannonball Read 13)

And, finally, please enjoy Matt Gaetz’s smug, bucket-full-of-trapezoids face try to act like he did’t just get absolutely wrecked by this statement:

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



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