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Arnold Schwarzenegger Did What to Professor Sprout’s Face?

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | July 19, 2022 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | July 19, 2022 |


Here’s a fun little story that’s only just starting to pass catch wind: British actor Miriam Margolyes has accused Arnold Schwarzenegger of farting directly in her face while the two were filming the 1999 horror film End of Days, which was probably the start of Arnold’s career decline. Turns out the movie wasn’t the only bomb. — Get it? Because of the fart? You know what, I tried. (New York Post)

The Ryan Gosling fashion show continues at the Berlin premiere of The Gray Man with Ana de Armas, Chris Evans, and Regé-Jean Page. (Lainey Gossip)

Bennifer 2.0 reportedly had to get married so quickly to avoid Ben Affleck getting cold feet. What a romantic start? (Dlisted)

Speaking of weddings, Anya Taylor-Joy might also be married now. (Celebitchy)

From Claude:

The Hollywood Reporter is doing a sprawling multi-part series on how HBO decided to milk Game of Thrones for all its worth even if it involves filming a pilot with Naomi Watts and locking it in a vault, never to be seen again. (THR)

From Petr: And featuring, on drums: David Wain?! (YouTube)

This is a pretty adorable tale about Brett Goldstein sending his parents to see Thor: Love and Thunder for his quick cameo, and yes, SPOILERS abound. (Variety)

From Andrew:

Netflix was on track to lose two million subscribers in the second quarter, but somehow, it managed to only shed 970,000. Of course, a fair question to ask is did they make a more dire prediction to soften the blow of still losing almost a mil? (Variety)

Elon Musk tried to delay a court date with Twitter, but a Delaware judge was having none of that sh*t and scheduled it for October. (AP)

If you were wondering why people were either praising Ethan Hawke or eating him alive today, it’s because of this interview. Enjoy. (IndieWire)

Do you remember 2018’s "Summer of Scam"? Drmllz picked up Rachel DeLoache Williams’ accounting of her friendship with the scammer known as Anna Delvey, My Friend Anna. "But ultimately, and inevitably, we find out more about Rachel than we do about her friend Anna, and Rachel’s bemusement at Delvey’s confidence is perhaps key here." (Cannonball Read 14)