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Chrissie Hynde Doubled Down On Her Disgusting Rape Comments & Tom Hardy Took His Dog To a Movie Premiere

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | September 4, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | September 4, 2015 |

Dustin has the heartbreaking real-life story behind HBO’s Show Me a Hero. It’s an important story, but one you might not be familiar with, unless a 6-hour miniseries about public housing is what grabs your eye. (Uproxx)

Poor Johnny Depp is awkward and greasy and has no idea what to do with his hands. (Go Fug Yourself)

Speaking of Depp, Sienna Miller was entirely cut out of his new movie, Black Mass. I only hope at some point in my lifetime there’s footage released of her attempt at a South Boston accent. (DListed)

Tom Hardy’s wife is pregnant. I know we all feel like we’re suddenly pregnant after looking at pictures of Tom Hardy and his dog (WHO HE BROUGHT TO A MOVIE PREMIERE), but she’s actually pregnant. (Lainey)

Chrissie Hynde responded to the backlash to her rape comments last week. The response is probably not what you’re looking for. Unless you were hoping she would be dismissive and somehow even more insulting. Then that’s what you got. (Mediaite)

You know what Keith Richards hates? Everything. Rap, rock, The Beatles, everything. Except maybe pot. (Celebitchy)

Are you ready for another season of Billy Eichner yelling at people?

Have you thought about what a Kanye presidency would be like? I mean really thought about it. Because I’m pretty sure it would be glorious. (Motherboard)

Is J.K. Rowling going the way of George Lucas? (The Atlantic)

It’s Force Friday, a day with a questionable implications in the name, but tons of awesome Star Wars toys in execution. (IGN)

There are certain books that are always on our periphery. They live at the edges of our consciousness, going "Hey, read me sometime, will ya?" The ones we always think we should get around to, but there’s always something newer and edgier and shinier that’s grabbing our attention. For ModernLove, one of those books has always been The Handmaid’s Tale, which did dystopia before it was cool. She can finally cross it off her to-be-read list. Go see if it was worth the read. (Cannonball Read 7)

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