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Taika Waititi Isn't Sweating Those 'Threesome' Pics: 'It's Fine'

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | July 1, 2021 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | July 1, 2021 |


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Taika Waititi gives zero f*cks about the pics of him kissing Rita Ora and Tessa Thompson being plastered all over the internet. (Vulture)

After being spotted leaving John Mulaney’s apartment following their clearly staged pap shot, Olivia Munn will now be playing “the media is incorrectly reporting about my personal life” card. C’mon, lady. (Dlisted)

What the hell is an Ant Antstead and why is it dating Renee Zellweger? (Celebitchy)

While it seemed like Britney Spears suffered a pretty harsh setback yesterday when a judge refused to remove her father from her conservatorship, the wealth management firm Bessemer Trust just filed papers to resign as Britney’s co-conservator and cited her court testimony as its reason why. (ET)

Beautiful headline:

From Roxana: A really lovely essay by Molly Ostertag for Polygon’s Year of the Ring series about how the queer readings of the Frodo/Sam relationship aren’t wrong. (Polygon)

From Claude: Comic book writer Al Ewing (The Immortal Hulk, Guardians of the Galaxy) writes a beautiful piece about coming out as bisexual. (Medium)

From Kayleigh: Isabel Fall wrote a fantastic sci-fi story called “I Sexually Identify as an Attack Helicopter”, which explored ideas of gender, identity, and the war industrial complex. The hate she faced online, as well as accusations of being transphobic despite being trans herself, led her to ask that the story be removed from the internet. For Vox, Emily VanDerWerff talked to Fell and examined the horrendous cycle of faux-outrage that it all elicited. (Vox)

From James:

Bill Cosby is out of prison, but he’s not welcome in Hollywood. (Variety)

I am absolutely loving this theory on who the real villain of Loki might be. (THR)

So basically Quentin Tarantino wants to maim Uma Thurman’s daughter now, too? Cool, cool. (Comic Book)

For the 245th birthday of the USA, Cannonball Read recommends vel veeter’s review of Bernard Bailyn’s The Ideological Origins of the American Revolution, from which he learned that the colonists didn’t understand the Greek philosophers they quoted. "This is hilarious to me because this is the most American (way of thinking) thing I can possibly think of." How much thought have you given to the ideas behind the founding of the United States? (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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