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Did 'Taylor Swift: Eras Tour' Leave Money on the Table?

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | October 17, 2023 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | October 17, 2023 |


After sending the competition running for the hills, Taylor Swift: Eras Tour easily dominated the weekend box office. However, it didn’t clear $100 million domestically, so welcome to hand-wringing over how the rollout may or may not have left cash on the table if you’re into that sort of thing. And if you’re not, no worries. There’s a plethora of Taylor-free links below. She’s literally not mentioned again. I’d never lie to you. (THR)

Ken Jeong is launching his own talk show, presumably to get away from The Masked Singer and its penchant for shoving conservative randos into costumes. (Lainey Gossip)

Julia Louis-Dreyfus has no clue what the hell Jerry Seinfeld is talking about with this reunion business. (Celebitchy)

The Biden campaign joined Truth Social for delightful dickishness. (Wonkette)

Elizabeth Spiers wrote about why not tweeting about Israel and Gaza is neither silence nor complicity. No one has to post. (NYT)

How’s The Drew Barrymore Show doing without writers? Live pap-smears and underwear on her head, that’s how it going. (Decider)

Remington made a secret deal with Call of Duty to market guns to kids. USA! (Gizmodo)

In the new Super Mario Wonder, Goombas will finally bite Mario as Shigeru Miyamoto always wanted for what I can only assume are total sex reasons. (Kotaku)

The other day I shared a Nate Bargatze clip to close out P-Love, and now, he’s hosting SNL. Folks, welcome to The Mike Redmond Effect. You all witnessed it. (A.V. Club)

Why did DC erase Gail Simone from the Birds of Prey legacy? (Mary Sue)

Alec Baldwin is probably getting recharged for the Rust shooting. (NBC News)

ElCicco has been following Michael Harriet’s work at The Grio for a couple of years and was thrilled to see he’s published a book. “Black AF History is a bold, sometimes shocking, but fascinating factual account of America’s history, which he describes as a history of white supremacy.” Who do you recommend for filling in the blanks of the history that gets taught? (Cannonball Read 15)

As always, be sure to click through to the back cover: