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‘Andor’ Creator Tony Gilroy Spits Fire on the Picket Line

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | August 24, 2023 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | August 24, 2023 |


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“We are the natural resource from which the product is made and we are tired of being strip-mined,” Tony Gilroy unloading on the AMPTP while hitting the picket line today. (Gizmodo)

Chris Evans playing with puppies, anyone? (Lainey Gossip)

Holy sh*t, Halle Berry and Olivier Martinez’s divorce only just now settled? (Celebitchy)

A new Washington Post profile of a Michigan sex educator makes a strong case for yeeting MAGA chuds into the sun. (Wonkette)

From Seth: An outstanding story from Mr. Olyphant about the great, great Deadwood. (TikTok)

Pete Davidson is single and ready to hook up with someone ridiculously out of his league. Who’s it going to be this time? (Page Six)

Amber Heard will not be charged for perjury in that whole weird Australian immigration case involving her dogs. (Rolling Stone)

It sounds like the production staff for the Mean Girls musical were super huge dicks to world-renowned Drew Barrymore protector Reneé Rapp. (The Guardian)

Gonna be honest. Like Raven Symoné, I also thought Whoopi Goldberg was a lesbian, which apparently Whoopi Goldberg gets a lot. (Jezebel)

Dune: Part Two just got punted into next year instead of paying actors and writers what they’re worth. (Variety)

The far-right has already turned on the “Rich Man North of Richmond” guy. Nice to see that whole side being the ones eating their own for a change. (Daily Beast)

In addition to sticking it to cancer one book at a time, Cannonball Read is a fierce advocate for the freedom to read. One of the books picked for Cannon Book Club (Oct 6&7) is the most challenged book in the US, Maia Kobabe’s graphic novel memoir, Gender Queer. Back in 2020, narfna said, "The thing that I appreciated the most about this memoir is that it portrays so painfully accurately the experience of what it’s like to have an identity outside of binary norms of any kind." Have you read this one? (Cannonball Read 15)