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Will & Jada Pinkett Smith Are Secretly Divorcing & Charlize Theron Quietly Adopted a Baby Girl

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | August 3, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | August 3, 2015 |

Dustin wants to remind us of the perfection that was the Breaking Bad soundtrack. Of these 11 spot-on song choices, you know what #1 is, right? Yes, you do. (Uproxx)

Michelle Dockery looks like an elegant Art Deco mermaid recently emerged from the sea in human form. Click through for Josh Radnor’s ridiculous hair and Gary Cole’s glorious everything. (Go Fug Yourself)

In case you missed it over the weekend, Charming Potato is doing that Gambit movie after all. SORRY, TAYLOR KITSCH. (DListed)

Eliza Dushku is pissed at One Direction for apparently needing an entire floor of a hotel to themselves, thereby booting her from the room she’d been staying in for the last few months. Now I really just want to see Faith take down a boy band. (Vulture)

Charlize Theron quietly adopted a newborn girl named August last month (in July). Apparently she started the adoption process while she was still with lunatic Sean Penn (who was also seeking to adopt her son while they were together) and ugh, please just never let Sean Penn around children or women or humans. Isn’t there some long-term solo space program we can send him out on? (Celebitchy)

Will and Jada Pinkett Smith are reportedly going through secret plans to divorce. I guess if the magic of Jaden’s constant Twitter poetry couldn’t save their love, nothing can. (NYDN)

Woody Allen says he’s too “lazy” to make great movies. We know, Woody, we know. (AV Club)

The Broad City episode of Lip Sync Battle is going to kick so much ass.

Have you signed onto the new Pajiban Agenda of making you all wrestling fans? If you’re not there yet, WWE’s Titus O’Neil is gonna help you along. O’Neil tried to take a couple of homeless people to dinner at a San Diego restaurant and the manager didn’t want to serve them. So he rounded up a huge group and brought them back for lunch. (Fox)

I rewatched The Social Network last night, so I’m really not in the mood to say anything nice about Mark Zuckerberg, but damn it if this isn’t beautiful and important. He and his wife Priscilla used their pregnancy announcement to talk about the tragic and often unspoken reality of miscarriages. (Mic)

I never thought I was interested in a relationship with Blake Lively, but the Toast, as always, has convinced me I was wrong. So very, very wrong. (The Toast)

When you think of surrealist artists, you probably think of a bunch of dudes, right? Here are seven female surrealists who deserve to be remembered. (HuffPo)

If you didn’t know any better, you might think that Fran Ross’Oreo was a brand new, hip novel from a humorist with a brilliant future ahead of her. It’s intellectual and witty and funny as hell. Yet Fran Ross (1935-1985) wrote and published this gem in 1974. Cannonballer ElCicco reviews Ross’ one and only novel, newly reissued by New Directions Publishing. Follow the 14-year-old biracial protagonist, Christine Schwartz, as she battles the Minotaur and the labyrinth. This "modern day version of the myth of Theseus … is singular and brilliant." (Cannonball Read 7)

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