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Alec Baldwin Is Now Saying He Didn’t Pull the Trigger in ‘Rust’ Shooting – I’m Sorry, What?

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

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


In a new interview with George Stephanopoulos to air on Thursday night, Alec Baldwin claims that he didn’t pull the trigger on the gun that killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the set of Rust. Um… OK? (ABC News)

Lainey is excited about what wildcard Miley Cyrus will bring to NBC’s New Year’s Eve Special as producer and co-host. (Lainey Gossip)

Ben Affleck says relationship with Jennifer Lopez is “beautiful.” (Dlisted)

Pete Davidson is “exactly what Kim Kardashian needed after her divorce.” (Celebitchy)

From Seth: This is sickening and hard to watch (no actual shooting or violence but massive school shooting scenario trigger warning) but I think important for us all to see as a visceral reminder of the horror we still allow to happen. (TikTok)

From Tori: Revisiting the Victorian built for the 1998 movie Practical Magic, inspired by late 19th-century architecture and New England lighthouses. (Hooked on Houses)

From Nicole: Great read on the connection between hip hop and HIV/AIDS awareness. May Snoop keep the Covid away. (The Undefeated)

From Steven: Early gift idea. The original Home Alone house is now available to book on Airbnb. (NME)

From Kaleena: This Succession + Pride & Prejudice edit is perfect in every way. (TikTok)

Vincent Gallo is making movies for The Daily Wire now. Haha, nice career, buddy. (Deadline)

The new Saved By The Bell is easily one of the best comedies going right now, and hell yeah, it needs to bring back Leah Remini for Season 3. (TVLine)

Guillermo del Toro might finally get to make his At The Mountains of Madness adaptation for Netflix. (IndieWire)

James Suzman’s Work: A History of How We Spend Our Time is making kniki think hard about how much time she should give work. "Early on, the book points to data suggesting ‘that for 95 per cent of our species’ history, work did not occupy anything like the hallowed place in people’s lives that it does now’" Do you feel like you devote too much of your life to work? (Cannonball Read 13)