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An Old Alan Rickman Interview Left Daniel Radcliffe Near Tears

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | April 11, 2024 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | April 11, 2024 |


As always, I’m going to be completely honest with you. It was very tempting to lead tonight’s round-up with the latest nonsense from J.K. Rowling. I had a link all teed up, and Petr even dropped the story in our Pajiba Love channel. There are clicks in them TERF hills! Well, screw her. Instead, I’m going to share this great little moment where Daniel Radcliffe sees an Alan Rickman interview from 2016 for the first time. The late actor can’t stop gushing about his Harry Potter co-star, who got emotional watching it. Apparently, Radcliffe thought Rickman hated him for years, but then, the two became close friend as the senior actor never once missed one of Radcliffe’s plays. It’s pretty touching, and hopefully, will make up for the O.J. jokes that are coming. What? I have a reputation to uphold. (Variety)

Did Taylor Swift partner with TikTok to promote The Tortured Poets Department, and does she really need to? She’s freaking Taylor Swift. (Lainey Gossip)

Joe Biden checked “Close the gunshow loophole” off the Dems’ bucket list. (Wonkette)

From Nate: The Onion understood the assignment. (The Onion)

Fox News thinks Scrabble has gone woke now. — Ok. (Kotaku)

From Seth: There are like a dozen different bits of wonderful here. (TikTok)

Fallout is already launching an Emmys campaign. (Variety)

From Andrew: Conan continues to be the best. (Twitter)

Jimmy Fallon has announced The 2024 Fallon Book Club winner. (LateNighter)
Never forget the time O.J. pretended to stab a reporter with a banana, and yes, this really happened in 1998, barely four years after the murder. (Mediaite)

G.I. Joe and Transformers are getting a crossover movie or some sh*t. (Deadline)

Poetry may seem hard to write, but there’s one type of poetry anybody who can read can write: book spine poetry. Stack up a few books (digital or physical) to create a poem using their titles. What poetry is hiding on your shelves? Celebrate National Poetry Month with Cannonball Read, and share your book spine poetry. (Cannonball Read 16)

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