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Justin Theroux Wants to Be Mayor & The Avengers' Paychecks Are Even More Imbalanced Than You Thought

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | November 5, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | November 5, 2015 |

If The Walking Dead is Lord of the Flies, and Morgan is their Piggy, is he about to get a boulder dropped on him? Dustin says… maybe. (Uproxx)

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay part 2 Berlin premiere brought out a lot of weird and interesting outfits. The weirdest and most interesting, as always, is Jena Malone. (Go Fug Yourself)

Jennifer Lawrence, on the other hand, is in the middle of her stint as the face of Dior, which means she is saddled with unfortunate, ill-fitting, age-inappropriate dresses for the foreseeable future. (Lainey)

Justin Theroux wants to be the mayor of Los Angeles. I imagine he’s running on a platform of leather wrist cuffs and skinny jeans, because those are the two things I think of when I hear his name. Is there anything else? (Celebitchy)

The paychecks of the Avengers have been revealed and while I am happy for Scarlett Johansson, I’m more curious to know how the hell Jeremy Renner negotiated that amount. Also, RDJ makes so much, it doesn’t even feel like a real amount of money. If you’re making $40 million for one movie, you may as well be getting paid in future robot alien currency. It’s just as meaningless to my brain. (Mary Sue)

Ben Carson made a rap ad for his presidential campaign, which is just the most brain-numbingly simplistic, pandering Hail Mary imaginable. He’s done, right? This has to be his end.

Sia has a new video out, complete with a new, unbelievably impressive child performer. (Vanity Fair)

Oh, good. Men’s Rights Activists have found their perfect made-up straw feminazi conspiracy theory. (NYMag)

Happy Birthday, Tilda Swinton! (TIME)

Today’s Cannonball Read suggestion is one that might be up a lot of Pajibans’ alleys: Weird Girl and What’s His Name by Meagan Brothers.The two main characters go to a shitty high school in North Carolina and have bonded over their love of Sci-Fi, geek culture, and especially, The X-Files. Badkittyuno predicts that this new YA novel will be at the top of to-read lists in six months, so check out her review and order your copy today! (Cannonball Read 7)

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