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Chris Pratt Is Mocking ‘Woke Critics’ of ‘The Terminal List’ Now (Gee, Why Does Everyone Say He’s Right Wing? I Don’t Get It)

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | August 8, 2022 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | August 8, 2022 |


In probably his biggest dive yet into openly Christofascist waters, Chris Pratt posted an Instagram story trolling “woke critics” of his mediocre white guy porn series, The Terminal List. The guy who we’re not supposed to call the “Worst Chris” or Robert Downey Jr. will get mad posted a photo of Dr. Evil with the words “one point six BILLLLLLLLLION minutes,” which seems impressive until you learn that in Nielsen’s book it just means “at least 1.6 billion 60-second moments were actually watched.” Condolences to James at this difficult time. How do you even look your kids in the eye after something like this? My God… (New York Post)

Rest in Peace, Olivia Newton-John. (Dlisted)

Jennette McCurdy’s boldly titled new memoir, I’m Glad My Mom Died, is filled with bold revelations about her time as child star on Nickelodeon. (Lainey Gossip)

Olivia Wilde and Harry Styles reportedly didn’t “flaunt” their relationship while filming Don’t Worry Darling. (Celebitchy)

Kevin Smith slams Warner Bros. for shelving Batgirl. (Uproxx)

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Ezra Miller has been charged with felony burglary in Vermont after allegedly breaking into an unoccupied house and stealing alcohol, which at this point, is pretty tame. No one was groomed, seduced into a cult, and/or threatened at gunpoint? That’s a good day. (Variety)

If you want a cherry on top of Mar-a-Lago being raided by the FBI, Tucker Carlson is reportedly freaking out about the January 6 committee getting ahold of Alex Jones’ text messages. Sweat that sh*t, you frozen food debutante dong. (Daily Beast)

Sean Bean, stop. Just stop, bro. (The Wrap)

Sounds like working at LEGO is as fun as you’d imagine. (The Cut)

NoNeinNyet picked up Julie Murphy’s retelling of Cinderella for adults, If the Shoe Fits. "The tone of the book remains light but deals with how the world of entertainment treats plus sized women and how reality television is…almost entirely manipulated." What do you look for in a reality show? (Cannonball Read 14)