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Welp, Matt Damon Talked Himself Into a World of Sh*t Again

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

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


In a new interview with The Sunday Times, Matt Damon revealed that he’d be using “the f-slur for a homosexual” as recently as a few months ago until his daughter went to her room and wrote him a whole-ass essay. Dude… (Vulture)

Suki Waterhouse is pissed at the Gossip Girl reboot for calling her Robert Pattinson’s “Nobody” girlfriend. (Dlisted)

Jennifer Lopez is wearing a bracelet Ben Affleck gave her in 2002, and he’s been doing the same with an old watch because apparently, celebrities are huge, giant hoarders. (Celebitchy)

From Alberto:

Kayleigh wrote about Labyrinth, why it’s remained so popular 35 years after its release, and how its fandom has remained an internet mainstay over the decades. (IGN)

From Roxana: Who owns Amanda Knox? (The Atlantic)

From Nicole: I love the FBI trying to pretend IRL Iron Man is a balloon. (People)

From Claude:

An interesting read on Scarlett Johansson’s lawsuit against Disney that jibes with what I’ve been seeing from legal experts. Her case is not the best legally, but in the court of public opinion, it has some serious legs. (THR)

How “coward and phony” Tim Pool became one of the biggest political YouTubers on the planet. P.S. My MAGA brother loves to retweet this dude and Ben Shapiro, just to give you the lay of the land. (Daily Beast)

Johnny Depp fans might make a lot of noise about getting Amber Heard fired from Aquaman 2, so I’m sure you’ll be surprised to learn that nobody with any decision-making power gave one single shit. (Deadline)

Cannonball Read landed on Fairy Tales and Adaptations as their theme for the September meeting of the Cannon Book Club. The Book Club team has decided on a shortlist of four books to choose from, highlighting different genres and original tales. Read one or all of the four books and join the discussion September 17 & 18. Why do you think fairy tales are so popular?(Cannonball Read 13)

From Kayleigh:

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