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Tara Reid Joins the Rapidly Growing 'Tiger King' Cinematic Universe That Will Consume Us All

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | May 17, 2020 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | May 17, 2020 |


Netflix’s Jeffrey Epstein docuseries could be a problem for Prince Andrew and the royal family. (Lainey Gossip)

There’s a Carole Baskin movie starring Tara Reid now, because why not? (Dlisted)

Kim and Kanye might not survive the quarantine. (Celebitchy)

New texts in the Ahmaud Abrery case look very bad for the local police department who literally recommended siccing Greg McMichael on intruders. (The Root)

Apparently Stanley Tucci hates the hell out of Peppa Pig. (The Cut)

Raylan Givens is joining The Mandalorian? Gotdamn. (The Hollywood Reporter)

A while back, I wrote about how even Wall Street thinks Trump is an idiot for trying to reopen too early. Well, those f*ckers are seeing gold coins popping out of coffins now, so good luck out there. (Vanity Fair)

Could Mark Ruffalo’s Smart Hulk be the villain in Avengers 5? (Atom Insider)

A Republican State Senator got absolutely wrecked by his own brother for lying about his conversations with healthcare workers to peel back community safety standards. Warning: If you have batshit MAGA hats in your family, you might need a cigarette after this one. (Nicky Wagman)

Remember that tell-all book about The View? It’s becoming a mini-series, so let me the first to say, bring back Cheri Oteri as Barbara Walters, you cowards. (Variety)

This may come as a shock, but the anti-vaxxer community is using the pandemic to repackage dangerous ideas that are going to get people even more killed when Republicans shove us all out into the open. (Mother Jones)

Can we all agree that the costuming in Game of Thrones was excellent? Ale found Game of Thrones: The Costumes by Michele Clapton fascinating. "Complete with full color professional photographs, closeups of the costumes, and some of Clapton’s original drawings, this book was an excellent study in both costuming and the intense process that goes into bringing the written word to screen." (Cannonball Read 12)

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

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