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Stephen Bannon Just Told the Media to 'Keep Its Mouth Shut,' Which Sounds Not Very Democratic

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | January 26, 2017 |

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | January 26, 2017 |

Hi! It’s me again. I tried really hard to find you some gossipy shit, but I’m not really good at that, because it turns out? I only find out about that kind of stuff weeks or months after it’s happened.

I did find you an Old Man Yelling at Clouds. Or more accurately, Jon Voight doing his best “Kids today have no respect” thing. (Celebitchy)

In other Kids Today news, Taylor Swift and Zayn Malik (I can’t even believe I just typed that name, fuuuuck) have a song on the soundtrack of the upcoming Fifty Shades Dumber Darker movie. The video for it is set to drop at midnight tonight (SET YOUR ALARMS!). If you want to see a sneak peek, though, you’re in luck. (PopSugar)

It may SAY it’s a Ryan Gosling wax figure, but that’s not Ryan Gosling. Madame Tussaud fail. (Lainey)

Stephen Bannon — who literally refers to himself as Darth Vader in this article — just told the news media it should “keep its mouth shut” and called the media — not the Democrats — the opposition party. Nope. Nothing scary about that. (NYTimes)

Gwen and Blake on a break? If a REALLY REAL relationship can’t work, what hope do the rest of us have?(Dlisted)

Vanity Fair has their 2017 Hollywood Portfolio posted. It’s full of lovely, talented women and lovely photos by the talented Annie Leibovitz. Speaking of lovely and talented, there are two Dakotas in this mix. Maybe only one of them really embodies both of those adjectives. (Vanity Fair)

I still haven’t seen Rogue One, because we’ve had house guests basically since December 9th, and now I’m just too tired to do anything or go anywhere. BUT, even having not seen that one, yet, I’m still excited about any news of the next one, The Last Jedi, and rumors of who may be hiding in Stormtrooper costumes. (oohlo)

Any of you delightful readers who know me know that the above was bullshit and I wouldn’t have left my house whether I had house guests or not. And you ALSO know how much I freakin’ LOVE days off work. Heinz also understands the wonderfulness of a day off of work. In fact, they understand it so much that they will forgo airing a Superbowl ad this year and will instead spend that ad money on giving their employees the Monday after Superbowl Sunday off! IF enough people sign the petition. Do it! Give others the gift of being hungover at home instead of being hungover at work. (

Heinz might be a great employer, but I think working for Cards Against Humanity would be ah-mah-zing! And Cards Against Humanity has an opening for a CEO. But, hold up, before you dust off your resume and rush to apply, they have some very specific qualifications on their requisition. (The Hill)

The tag line on Matthew Quick’s Every Exquisite Thing is “Didn’t you ever just simply want to…stop?” Well, yes. Badkittyuno does wish she had stopped and advises you don’t start reading this one at all. It did inspire her to write this great review and a poem. You should read them. (Cannonball Read 9)

And finally, here is your daily otter. (The Daily Otter)

Lainey is filling in for Courtney today, so some links may go nowhere and some blurbs may have been reported before. You’ll live. Lainey is not THAT Lainey, but she is *that* Lainey.

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