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Elizabeth Debicki as Princess Di Is Genius Casting

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | August 17, 2020 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | August 17, 2020 |


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The rumor about Prince William having an affair went away a little too quickly, but now it’s roaring back, and the source is not as sketchy as you’d think. (Lainey Gossip)

Leah Remini is convinced that Tom Cruise will wait until Suri is older then try to lure her into Scientology. Wonderful. (Dlisted)

Elizabeth Debicki as Princess Di is genius casting. (Celebitchy)

Damon Young lays out the case for abolishing MAGA parody hats. (The Root)

After folks on social media rightly called out AMC Theaters for its reserved seating system, which was basically allowing moviegoers to pack the theater as normal, the theater chain has reportedly updated its software to block patrons from sitting too close together. So this is all going great. (Variety)

So apparently Squidbillies is still airing on Adult Swim, but it’s now down a lead actor after Stuart Baker fired off a bunch of racist tweets at Dolly freaking Parton. Who does that? (CinemaBlend)

Facebook is doing a bang-up job of pouring QAnon nonsense into your blood relative’s eyeballs, but it couldn’t have done it without Fox News making them willing recipients. (The Daily Beast)

In news that will make Tori very happy, the next season of Duck Tales will feature an hour-long Darkwing Duck special. (io9)

Kanye West is still out here trying to ratf*ck purple states because, apparently, election fraud doesn’t matter anymore? I’m so tired. (Vulture)

Jeverett15 has a weakness for 1987 action adventure movie, The Running Man, based on the book written by Stephen King under the pseudonym, Richard Bachman. The book is significantly different. "Ultimately, The Running Man is a bit of a trifle, using its dystopian tropes as the backdrop of an entertaining thriller as opposed to an examination of the serious issues raised but not explored." Have you watched this classic Arnold Schwarzenegger film? (Cannonball Read 12)




Mike is a Staff Contributor living in Pennsyltucky. You can follow him on Twitter.



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