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Francis Ford Coppola Was Reportedly a Creepy Perv on the ‘Megalopolis’ Set

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | May 14, 2024 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | May 14, 2024 |


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A damning new report claims Francis Ford Coppola was a creepy weirdo on the set of Megalopolis as the director allegedly walked around kissing topless extras and pulled women to sit on his lap. He also reportedly spent a lot of time smoking weed in his trailer, so get ready for a disaster of a film unless he somehow squeaks out another Apocalypse Now, which I doubt. (The Guardian)

Andrew Scott knows exactly what he’s doing in the very horny trailer for The Queen’s Guard. (Lainey Gossip)

Medical students are staying away from states with abortion bans. (Wonkette)

From Jen: Finally, a Jeopardy! for us. (Variety)

Let the Drake and Kendrick Lamar conspiracy theories begin. (Rolling Stone)

Mother of freaking God. There is absolutely no way I can justify dropping $500 on LEGOs, but this? This shall tempt me… (The Verge)

From Petr: The Dublin-New York livestream portal has been temporarily shut after “inappropriate behavior.” For context, the street in Dublin is pretty well known for being a bit on the rougher side. What were they thinking? (Sky News)

For someone who claims to be an independent journalist who holds Trump accountable, Megyn Kelly sure has a tendency for defending the guy. Case in point: Megyn no longer trusts Stormy Daniels and doesn’t believe she had sex with Trump. (Mediaite)

Microsoft killed some damn fine game studios last week. (A.V. Club)

From Chris: Kristi Noem has been banished by two more South Dakota tribes, bringing the amount of South Dakota that she cannot enter to nearly 20%. (CBS News)

Apple TV+ wants to pay actors based on how many people watch their movies. Yup, that’s going to go over well. Good luck with that! (Gizmodo)

So remember the “dress that broke the internet” because everyone saw the color differently and it became a whole thing? Well, that story ended very badly. To reference a more recent meme, this is why women chose the bear. (Daily Beast)

Last week, Max, Hulu, and Disney+ announced a new streaming bundle, and now, Comcast is touting a bundle that includes Peacock, Netflix, and Apple TV+. Or in other words, cable. We’re right back to cable. Great job, everyone. (Deadline)

After reading New Zealand thriller, Better the Blood by Michael Bennett, Jenny S was hoping there would be a second book in the series, and good news, Return to Blood is out next week! “I devoured this book and I think it’s because Bennett has created a flawed but intriguing heroine in Hana and created a strong sense of place.” What draws you to a series? (Cannonball Read 16)