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Do Not Ask Christopher Nolan About ‘The Batman’

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | November 8, 2023 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | November 8, 2023 |


Christopher Nolan is a savvy dude, which is why he absolutely does not want to comment on Matt Reeves’ The Batman because “that would be the only thing anybody pays any attention to in the article.” And to prove Nolan’s point, that’s exactly what happened. Despite sitting down for a lengthy new profile where he opines on the statistical probability of nuclear armageddon and signals he’s willing to work with Warner Bros. again, guess what shameless click-monkeys like me latched onto because Batman equals clicks. I regret nothing. (Gizmodo)

Kim Kardashian has enough power to beckon Gwyneth Paltrow from her steamed egg-shaped lair? May God have mercy on us all. (Lainey Gossip)

Homer Simpson is done strangling Bart, which apparently is a thing The Simpsons kept doing until just now. Jesus. (Celebitchy)

Everybody hates Marjorie Taylor Greene. (Wonkette)

From Roxana: Listen to Jason Kelce and his Eagles teammates cover Mariah Carey’s “All I Want For Christmas Is You.” (PEOPLE)

Bob Iger knows Disney made way too much shit, which made everything shit. I’m slightly paraphrasing, but that’s the general gist. (THR)

After ten years, GTA VI is finally coming. (The Verge)

From James: Four employees, one retired, of the LA Sheriff’s Dept. killed themselves on the same day in what I’m sure was just a coincidence. (KTLA)

Just to prove society has been doing this to women since forever, Barbra Streisand was never feuding with Judy Garland despite rumors to the contrary. (Variety)

And to prove that things have not gotten better, Justices Alito and Thomas unsurprisingly argue that domestic abusers have the right to own guns. Wonderful. (Jezebel)

From Roxana: The Sphere in Las Vegas just reported a $98.4 million loss prompting the CFO to quit. So much for being the future of live entertainment or whatever. (Las Vegas Sun)

Elderberrywine tagged her review of Robert Graves’ I, Claudius with REALLY dysfunctional families and SO much poisoning. She thought a family tree might help (maybe), “these guys changed names whenever they felt like it, used a limited set to choose from (Nero? Oh, not THAT Nero), divorced and hooked up…and the murders.” How often do you think about the Roman Empire? (Cannonball Read 15)

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