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Ana de Armas Finally Addressed Those Wonder Woman Rumors

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | April 23, 2023 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | April 23, 2023 |


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I had no idea this was even a thing, but apparently, there’s been enough online chatter about Ana de Armas becoming the new Wonder Woman for James Gunn’s DC Universe that it came up during her promotional tour for Ghosted. She thinks Gal Gadot should keep doing the part, which is cool. That said, de Armas could pull it off. She does have the look. (Deadline)

Sarah selfishly hopes Victoria Alonso gets another gig in VFX after settling a wrongful termination suit with Disney. (Lainey Gossip)

Ben Affleck says Jennifer Lopez eats whatever she wants and is still the most gorgeous woman in the world. (Dlisted)

Was the Royal Family racist the late Queen? (Celebitchy)

Quasi-related, drag those “Christian Grandmas,” The View. (Raw Story)

From Roxana: Now that Prime Video’s very good adaptation of Dead Ringers is out, you can read the true story that inspired the novel that inspired David Cronenberg film that inspired the latest TV series, out of the New York magazine archives. (Vulture)

Matthew Perry is removing his lame Keanu Reeves joke from future editions of his memoir and fully admits it was “mean” and “stupid.” (Variety)

From James: Maybe some people deserve to be poor, actually. (The Cut)

Matthew McConaughey now claims he came up with the phrase “McConaissance” and slyly added it to our rich national discourse. (IndieWire)

From Claude: Goddamnit, Netflix. Not only are you still on the “bad history with questionable experts” train, but now you throw red meat to the anti-woke types with this mess? (The Mary Sue)

The billionaire CEO of Epic doesn’t like everyone being big meanies to the idiot suckers who paid for Twitter Blue. (Kotaku)

As an environmentalist, KimMiE” thought Rachel Carson’s classic, Silent Spring, would be a review of things she already knew, but she was still shocked by the damage pesticides were doing at the time of publication. “As depressing as this book is, the tremendous positive effect it had can’t be understated.” Are you participating in any Earth Day activities this weekend? (Cannonball Read 15)