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Don't Expect The Rock and Vin Diesel to Work Together Anytime Soon

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | July 21, 2021 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | July 21, 2021 |


Last month, Vin Diesel told Men’s Health that the feud between him and The Rock was simply the result of him using “tough love” to get a better performance out of the wrestler. Well, The Rock finally got around to responding to those remarks — with a lovely assist from Emily Blunt — and don’t expect to see him in any more Fast & Furious films. (IndieWire)

Sarah is cautiously optimistic that The Last Duel might not be a sexist, garbage fire movie that completely fridges Jodie Comer. (Lainey Gossip)

Chrissy Teigen will start minding her business now. Thanks for the heads up? (Dlisted)

Shit, Bennifer 2.0 already has a People cover? Its powers have grown… (Celebitchy)

From Dustin: How bad is it in Florida? So bad that freaking Ron DeSantis is out here pushing vaccines. (NewsGuyGreg)

For Vague Visages, Kayleigh wrote about the very first Scottish feature film, That Sinking Feeling! (Vague Visages)

From Roxana: “The hat and boots feel like a strange appeal to the American everyman, which by almost all measures, financial and otherwise, Bezos is not. The incongruity does lend itself nicely, however, to a general air of out-of-touch villainy.” (GQ)

And to complement that imagery, from Petr:

From Tori: Gee, I wonder what Texas did to deserve horny vinegar scorpions? (CBS News)

From Kayleigh: Shein, the questionably cheap fashion company you’ve seen advertised all over Facebook and Instagram, regularly steals work from indie designers. NPR digs into the darkness of fast fashion. (NPR)

Meghan McCain is threatening to quit Twitter the same day she leaves The View, and everyone fired up the “Don’t. Stop. Come back.” GIFs. (Uproxx)

Initially, Mobius_Walker was overwhelmed by Rebecca Roanhorse’s pre-Columbian-inspired science fiction fantasy, Black Sun. "I ended up loving the characters (especially Xiala and Serapio), so I will definitely be picking up later entries in the series." Which books have been worth an initial struggle? (Cannonball Read 13)