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Hall Has a Restraining Order Against Oates, This Is Our World Now

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | November 22, 2023 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | November 22, 2023 |


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I’m just as shocked as you are that this story has any sort of legs whatsoever, but trust me when I say that Daryl Hall getting a restraining order against John Oates is somehow the biggest trending entertainment story of the day. There are barely any details, but people are eating this thing up. I always thought the internet skewed younger than my old ass, but this changes everything. (Variety)

Timothée Chalamet serves up Wonka style with a dash of Dune for the Wonka press tour in Tokyo. (Lainey Gossip)

Fans might not love Harry Styles’ buzzcut, but his mom will have you know that she thinks he looks very handsome. (Celebitchy)

Texas is rejecting science books for having too much science. Oh good. (Wonkette)

I know I’m screaming into the void here, but dammit, I’m going to do it anyway. Early this morning, an unsourced and uncorroborated tweet from a bullsh*t aggregator account called PopTingz claimed that Jenna Ortega asked to be let out of her Scream contract because of the firing of Melissa Barrera. Naturally, the tweet immediately started trending because even before Elon, that platform hasn’t met a narrative it won’t consider the gospel truth if it confirms enough priors. Again, that tweet was the single source of rumors that Ortega was quitting because of Barerra, and yet that was enough to lock a bullshit conspiracy theory into the zeitgeist. Good luck getting anyone to accept the truth that Jenna Ortega is a busy actress who already had her foot out on the door on Scream before the strikes even started. In fact, her leaving probably made it easier to ditch Barerra, albeit in the stupidest way possible. Who the hell thought any of that would go over well? C’mon. (Rolling Stone)

From Andrew: Do not come at Stephen A. Smith and think he doesn’t know the racing stats for the Disney/Pixar film Cars. (Mediaite)

Sam Altman is the CEO of OpenAI again. Whee? (The Verge)

You better believe that was Jon Hamm’s butt in the Fargo premiere. (Uproxx)

Even Paris Hilton pulled the plug on her Twitter deal thanks to Elon Musk’s antisemitism. It was barely a month old. (CNN)

Hell yeah, Amy Lee. Take that sh*t back. (EW)

The Witcher author says Netflix never listened to his ideas. (THR)

Paul Scheer calls out the “debate” around women-led Marvel film. (The Mary Sue)

Faintingviolet had been moving Gabriel García Márquez on and off her reading list for years and finally decided to try a short story. “‘The Handsomest Drowned Man in the World’ isn’t very long at all-less than 2,500 words. García Márquez packs a punch with each and every one of those words.” Is there an author you’ve wanted to read but have been too intimidated to pick up? (Cannonball Read 15)



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