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Dakota Johnson Will Never Do Anything Like ‘Madame Web’ Again

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | March 5, 2024 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | March 5, 2024 |


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It was pretty obvious in the lead-up to the film that Dakota Johnson was already washing her hands of Madame Web. Now, she’s literally coming right out and saying that she’s not surprised that everyone hates it. More notably, she “probably will never do anything like it again,” which is usually what happens when movies bomb, Dakota. Say hi to Morbius and make room for Kraven. He’ll be around soon. (Bustle)

Lainey goes long on what the hell is happening with the comms team for the Royal Family because, dear God, are they dropping every single ball. (Lainey Gossip)

The IRS is coming for your private jet deductions. Watch out! (Wonkette)

From Seth: Bye bye, ass, door, etc. (CNN)

Kirsten Dunst has a lot to say about being called “girly girl” on Spider-Man to only getting offered “sad mom” roles now that she’s had kids. (Marie Claire)

Google says it’s purging all of the AI trash littering its search results, which also means, oh sh*t, algorithm change! Battle stations! (Gizmodo)

Kayleigh wrote about Austin Butler’s bald horny performance in Dune 2. (Daily Beast)

We had a robust chat about the latest round of Disney+ series getting the steelbook treatment. One thing we all agreed on is that the Andor cover is depressingly bland, but goddamn, does the one for Moon Knight slap. (TVLine)

Doritos are the new Bud Light, apparently. (Rolling Stone)

From Jen: R.I.P. The Backyardigans creator Janice Burgess. We lived on this show when my kid was little. (Variety)

Max will start cracking down on password sharing later this year. (The Verge)

I will bet cash money that one of the projects Disney quietly killed is Ironheart. It wrapped filming ages ago, and yet, nowhere to be seen. (Deadline)

At the end of Nart’s review of The Fellowship of the Ring, Nart wondered if she should read The Two Towers, and people said “Yes!” She has a lot of thoughts, including, “’LOOKS LIKE MEAT IS BACK ON THE MENU’ ISN’T CANON?! NOOOOOOOO!” What do you remember as the biggest difference between the books and the movies? (Cannonball Read 16)