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Terry Crews Went on a 90-Day Sex Fast & Rose Byrne Is Pregnant!

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | October 23, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | October 23, 2015 |

Does that headline make it sound like Terry Crews’ sex fast caused Rose Byrne’s pregnancy? It does, doesn’t it? I’m just going to leave it and enjoy how little sense that makes. Welcome to Friday!

Those Paranormal Activity movies aren’t good, but they sure are successful. Dustin has a theory as to why that is that makes a lot of sense. (Uproxx)

I love when Tilda Swinton looks like the most glamorous, sophisticated version of a toddler allowed to dress herself for the first time. It’s not a look anyone else could pull off. (Go Fug Yourself)

Rose Byrne and Bobby Cannavale are going to have the world’s most attractive child. I don’t even mean that hyperbolically. That baby is going to have a fair shot at the title. (People)

Terry Crews talked about going on a 90-day sex fast and how much it improved his marriage because at the end of the 90 days he “knew who [his wife] was. I mean, ideally, you could know and talk to and appreciate your wife while ALSO having sex, but this is still pretty sweet. (US)

Let’s just give Adele all the Grammys right now. Her new song is pure Lionel Richie beauty. (Vanity Fair)

This is a very cool nostalgia burst: Bob Ross’ YouTube channel has posted his very first ever paint-along video.

I have no idea how to put this delicately, but my GOD Sarah Silverman looks amazing. (Superficial)

Chris Rock is going to host the Oscars again. I’d forgotten just how great a host he was his last time around. (Deadspin)

The hotel that inspired The Shining is being turned into a horror museum, and SImon Pegg is on the board. I very much want to go to there. (/Film)

Google wants to help you avoid choosing a too-popular Halloween costume. There can only be so many Daenerys Targaryens roaming the streets! (Mashable)

15 minutes into reading The Fifteenth Minute, emmalita’s smile morphed from anticipatory to a rictus of horror. She’d loved other books by Sarina Bowen, but in this one, the protagonist is falsely accused of rape, and emmalita just couldn’t get past that. "The Bowen magic is still there, she’s just lost the balance between character and drama in this book." What books have disappointed you recently? (Cannonball Read 7)

Take it easy this weekend, but maybe not too easy. (Just kidding! Go nuts!)

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