Dr. Fauci is not happy that he’s featured in a new Trump ad that he never approved. “In my nearly five decades of public service, I have never publicly endorsed nor do I now endorse any political candidates.” To the surprise of no one, the campaign is refusing to pull the ad. (MSNBC)
Sterling K. Brown makes his The West Wing debut. (Lainey Gossip)
Lenny Kravitz confirms Bill Cosby was an absolute asshole to Lisa Bonet when she was pregnant with Zoe Kravitz. (Dlisted)
Spike Lee opens up about the mixed emotions of not knowing that Chadwick Boseman was sick while filming Da 5 Bloods. (Celebitchy)
These old pics of Tom Cruise and Mimi Rogers at The Color of Money premiere are, uh, something. (Go Fug Yourself)
A Louisiana school suspended a Black fourth grader because he had a BB gun in his bedroom, and you know the school f*cked up when even Republicans are jumping in to help the kid out. (The Root)
Kayleigh was a guest on The Film Experience’s Smackdown podcast, where the theme of the discussion was the 1965 Best Supporting Actress Oscar race. (The Film Experience)
Rahul Kohli really wants people to think he’s playing Ezra Bridger on The Mandalorian. This is his second time fanning the flames, and I feel like my dude is leaning into this just a bit too hard for it to be a troll.
I’m currently alone filming a new show and couldn’t celebrate the release of Bly Manor with my friends, family or the Bly cast, so I’ve treated myself to ONE can of Coke. Thank you all so much for watching, your tweets have made me smile! Cheers ❤️ pic.twitter.com/mP0zgHCmVg— Rahul Kohli (@RahulKohli13) October 11, 2020
So you know those shady-ass crisis pregnancy centers that lie to women and essentially trick them into not getting an abortion? Amy Coney Barret is connected to one in Indiana. Of course. (The Guardian)
Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot are making a Cleopatra movie that already has Film Twitter angry, I think? I can never tell anymore. (Deadline)
For andtheIToldYouSos, a double Cannonball represents more that just 104 books read and reviewed, it’s also a milestone in her recovery from a traumatic brain injury. Double congratulations on her review of the graphic novel Coyote Doggirl by Lisa Hanawalt. "Every animal person (and animal animal) is an individual, and each has a visual and internal personality that vibrates off the page." Are you familiar with Hanawalt’s work outside of Tuca and Bertie? (Cannonball Read 12)
The Daily Show visited my backyard, and yup, this all checks out. Although, in fairness, my rural-ish small town has been festooned with an insane amount of Biden signs, which has been giving me hope until I ventured a little further south down the highway this weekend, and uh, goddammit.
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