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Yup, Margot Robbie Thought That Vanity Fair Interview Was 'Really Weird' Too

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | July 25, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | July 25, 2016 |

Are you done with hearing about Comic-Con? Well, too bad because first of all, you need to see these pictures from the OTHER San Diego event, PAWmicon. (Daily News)

Plus, the Doctor Strange cast looked fantastic at Comic-Con. Or, at least Tilda Swinton did (DUH). She should only ever be draped head to toe in emerald velvet. Although, the real joy here is scrolling to the next picture and imagining what it must have felt like to be Brie Larson (not in the movie, just hanging out) in that moment, staring into the eyes of Benedict Cumberbatch, with SWINTON’s velvety arm grasping you from behind. Has anyone ever had a better moment? (Go Fug Yourself)

Margot Robbie finally shared her thoughts on that whackadoo sexist, patronizing profile, and she’s delightfully honest. Not brutal or scathing, she just says straight out that it was totally sexist and that that guy should have known not to fuck with the Aussies, obviously. (EW)

Oh, Lindsay Lohan. Please stop doing literally everything you’re doing. (Lainey)

In an ideal world, maybe everyone would have a version of Instagram available to them that could filter out insults and harassment. But in our actual world, only Taylor Swift has that. And especially in the wake of the Leslie Jones racism bombardment, that’s some insane level bullshit. (Celebitchy)

My still-wearing-my-pajamas brain can’t comprehend the idea of moving across the country on foot, as in hiking to your new home. But these two Spanish men did that, and instead of a moving truck, they just sold all their belongings and brought along a pet stroller. It’s confusing and adorable. (DListed)

I want Viola Davis’ face tattooed on my body, please.

Why Kelly Sue DeConnick is fully onboard the Brie Larson train. (Vanity Fair)

Remember when Trump decided to boycott Oreos because they moved a factory to Mexico? And remember every single time during this campaign that he’s made a HUGE deal out of bringing manufacturing jobs back to the U.S.? Yeah, about that… (The Cut)

There’s a lot going on in this Walking Dead trailer. There are tigers in this show now? Are there zombie tigers? Because that would maybe be enough to get me back watching. (Uproxx)

Even if you’re tired of hearing about Ghostbusters, even if you’ve already seen it, this review is a must-read. Or at least a please-read-because-it’s-beautiful. (Vox)

Do you ever reread a book? How about a whole seven-book series? You might if it’s the Harry Potter series, and that’s just what ingres77 did for Cannonball Read 8. Hitting his Cannonball (#52) with the first, and ending up at #58, he made his way back through the over 4,100 pages of J. K. Rowling’s world. See if he’s just as entranced by it this time around. (Cannonball Read 8)

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