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Chris Pratt Says He Won't Do Sex Scenes Because of God Stuff & Jennifer Aniston's Honeymoon Sounds Exhausting

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | August 7, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | August 7, 2015 |

You like Game of Thrones. I like Game of Thrones. We all like Game of Thrones. But this New York attorney maybe likes Game of Thrones a little (OR A LOT) too much, because he is trying to settle a case with trial by combat AND HE IS NOT AT ALL JOKING. (Uproxx)

Some musings on the fantastic mystery that is Nic Cage’s hair. (Go Fug Yourself)

Chris Pratt says he won’t do sex scenes because of his newfound god love. I totally respect this and think it’s great that he can set boundaries like that for himself, but it’s also hard not to be bitter because if a woman of equal age, career, and sex symbol status refused to do love scenes, she’d never work again. (Celebitchy)

Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux invited some friends on their honeymoon and I can’t tell if this seems more odd or more fun. A Chelsea Handler honeymoon does sound exhausting, though, either way. (People)

Are the Spice Girls reuniting for a reunion tour? (Lainey)

The trailer for Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s new movie (which she also directed) is out and it’s SO GOOD. It’s awesome to see them doing comedy together and the tone is so perfectly campy and— what that? …Oh, it’s not supposed to be funny? It’s a super serious drama? Hm. Well then I think they may have missed the mark a bit. (DListed)

Well, now we know who really should have replaced Edgar Wright for Ant-Man.

This father got a tattoo of a cochlear implant to match his young daughter’s real one, and it’s really dusty in here you guys. (Hello Giggles)

A Woman’s Guide to Running For Political Office. Full of necessary advice like “be a professional model” and “hide your emotions.” (The Toast)

Mindy Kaling released an excerpt from her new book and it’s phenomenal. (Glamour)

An exorcist, a vampire and a mermaid walk into a bar… and you have The Annihilation Score by Charles Stross. The sixth installment in the Laundry Files, defined on Wikipedia as "a Lovecraftian Spy Thriller," gets 4 stars from Kinoumenthe who really didn’t expect this one to be both so harrowing and so funny. (Cannonball Read 7)

I hope you all have a better weekend than this hedgehog. (Make sure your volume is low. He has a lot of feelings.)

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