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There Are Now Concerns About ‘The Batman’ Being Released in March

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | January 10, 2022 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | January 10, 2022 |


Welp, it’s now a thing. In a recent interview, WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar has confirmed that Warner Bros. is monitoring the COVID situation in regard to The Batman releasing on March 4. So far, that date is holding, but the studio is watching things “day by day.” Cool. Cool cool cool cool. (Puck News)

Rooney Mara has been cast as Audrey Hepburn in an upcoming biopic and people are in their feelings about it. (Lainey Gossip)

Clay Aiken is running for Congress again. (Dlisted)

Chris Noth’s friends think his drinking “played a big role in his problems,” which is weird because I could’ve sworn the problem was him raping people. “Allegedly.” (Celebitchy)

From Petr: Boss.

From Roxana:

From Alberto: A cheer up: Chile’s First Dog, Brownie Boric Font, dressed as Survey Corps from Attack On Titan.

From Roxana again:

Kayleigh wrote about Dracula 2000, a weird, not-good but kind of great vampire movie that the Weinsteins made solely for the title. (Certified Forgotten)

An absolutely stellar thread on the obnoxious “doomerism” mindset, which unfortunately, is a quick and easy ticket to huge interactions on Twitter. (Lux Alptraum)

Fox is developing a Hell or High Water TV series, and Taylor Sheridan, who wrote the movie then became a ratings juggernaut with Yellowstone, is not involved. Interesting… (Variety)

Robert Kirkman is being sued over allegedly duping a co-creator of Invincible to give up his stake in the series to make it easier to sell to a studio, which incidentally, he’s also accused of doing with The Walking Dead. (Gizmodo)

Xbox isn’t interested in “virtue shaming” Activision. Say what? (Kotaku)

Are you looking for your next great read for January? Faintingviolet suggests cooking competition romance Love & Other Disasters, out next week. "Anita Kelly built characters of equal footing on parallel arcs, and it serves the story so well." What books are you most excited about this month? (Cannonball Read 14)