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Harrison Ford Has Reportedly Joined the MCU

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | October 13, 2022 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | October 13, 2022 |


Harrison Ford has reportedly joined the cast of the Thunderbolts as one hell of a replacement for the late William Hurt. If true, Ford will take over the role of General Thaddeus “Thunderbolt” Ross, who not only formed an iteration of the quasi-titular team but later became the Red Hulk, which She-Hulk has been subtly priming people for. I highly doubt Marvel is going to get Ford into a motion-capture unitard if they follow through with that storyline, but if they do, my God. I want all of the behind-the-scenes footage. All of it. (/Film)
Also, what this guy said:

It sure sounds like Brad Pitt has a cash flow problem. (Lainey Gossip)

Friendly reminder that M.I.A. is an unhinged anti-vaxxer. (Dlisted)
Christopher Meloni knows he’s a zaddy. (Celebitchy)

Issa Rae is not here for Ezra Miller’s bullshit. (IndieWire)

From Roxana: Essential reading.

From Kayleigh:

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From Andrew:

From Kayleigh: The answer WILL surprise you.

From Tori: This is the way to do it: “Silk Sonic would like to gracefully, humbly and most importantly, sexually, bow out of submitting our album this year.” (Rolling Stone)

In very related vibes, all hail Paul Newman’s F*ck Hut. (Vanity Fair)

And, okay, this one isn’t entirely sexual, but Leah Remini tearing Scientology a new one is kinda hot. Let’s be honest. (Twitter)

The CBR14 Book Bingo Reading Challenge ends in 32 days! As Jake points out in his review of The Ice Coven, book challenges are great for clearing out TBRs and discovering those books that have been sitting unread on your shelf. There’s still time to start playing—take a look at this week’s check-in post for a new perk for Bingoers who complete their card. What motivates you to read the books you have? (Cannonball Read 14)

From Dustin: Let me see if I can get this headline right: The time Lesley Manville urinated down an inclined stage during a performance because Judi Dench made her uncontrollably laugh by pretending to get rimmed off stage.