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James Cameron Got the Idea for ‘Avatar’ in a Dream Because His Mind Is F*cking Awesome, You Idiots

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | November 21, 2022 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | November 21, 2022 |


It’s been so long since the first Avatar movie came out that I’d genuinely forgotten how big of an ego James Cameron is packing. Just check out this quote about how the concept for the franchise came to him in a dream. “I have my own private streaming service that’s better than any of that shit out there. And it runs every night for free.” Wow, goddamn, and there’s way more where that came from. Also, he’s vegan now, so the dude’s like 80 times worse than you remember. It’s great. (GQ)

Is Taylor Swift going to buck Ticketmaster and bring her ticket sales in house? It sure sounds like it. (Lainey Gossip)

Julia Fox only dated Kanye West so he’d leave Kim Kardashian alone, you guys. It wasn’t for the clout, lol, who does that? (Dlisted)

Kelly Rowland defended Chris Brown at the AMAs? Yikes. (Celebitchy)

For The Daily Beast, Kayleigh wrote about the weird fandom entitlement surrounding Chris Evans’ relationship announcement. (Daily Beast)

Marvel’s Blade has a new director and a new script, which seemingly confirms reports that Mahershala Ali was not thrilled with what he was seeing. (Polygon)

RIP Nicki Aycox, Supernatural’s original Meg Masters. (AV Club)

The Daily Wire is going to try and make a right-wing Game of Thrones with some weird Christian King Arthur books. Good luck with that. (Deadline)

Jack White calls out Elon Musk for reinstating Trump. (Instagram)

Trevor Noah opens up about his decision to leave The Daily Show and why he didn’t tell anyone until the second he announced it. (THR)

Quentin Tarantino is dragging Marvel actors now. (Uproxx)

Greta Gerwig teases that people have only seen the tip of the iceberg of Ryan Gosling’s Ken outfits. (Variety)

GentleRain really appreciated Bob Mortimer’s advice in his autobiography And Away… "If you are a shy one, then please try not to settle for living in your isolation cage… Take a chance, get involved and slowly the cage will open." Have you found life-changing advice in a book? (Cannonball Read 14)

This seemed worth breaking the Twitter ban: