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James Cameron Has Cranky Thoughts About Marvel, Too

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | October 25, 2022 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | October 25, 2022 |


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Oh good, it’s James Cameron’s turn to sh*t on Marvel. Thank God there’s a never-ending supply of old white directors in their 60s and 70s. As the press tour fires up for Avatar: The Way of Water, Cameron wants everyone to know that his blockbuster actually makes the heroes, Jake and Neytiri, “hang up their spurs” because of their kids. Unlike Marvel and DC — who Cameron is looking at, buster — where “they all act like they’re in college.” What does any of that even mean? I have no freaking clue. (Uproxx)

Chris Pine looks chill after a yoga class and shedding the Don’t Worry Darling drama like it never happened. (Lainey Gossip)

Wait. Matthew Perry dumped Julia Roberts? The Julia Roberts? (Dlisted)

Issa Rae and Meghan Markle tackle the Angry Black Woman trope. (Celebitchy)

Making her debut on Vulture, Kayleigh dives into the work of Colleen Hoover, the biggest author on TikTok, and what makes her work so popular. (Vulture)

Damon Lindelof’s Star Wars movie will not be a continuation of the Skywalker Saga, but might bring back characters from the Sequel Trilogy. Huh. (THR)

Ralph Fiennes is still out here defending J.K. Rowling. (Deadline)

Can Superman save the DCEU? Or in light of today’s news, which Brian will go long on tomorrow, can Superman and James Gunn save the DCEU? (A.V. Club)

Kara Swisher has concerns about Twitter becoming a “Brofest of Idiocy” under Elon Musk. Isn’t it already there? (The Wrap)

From Kayleigh:

Matt Reeves apparently has enough pull at Warner Bros. Discovery to keep his Arkham Asylum series alive. (Variety)

Bryce Dallas Howard is Yaddle?! Hell yeah! I’ve had sex. (Gizmodo)

Welcome to Warhammer 40K’s anti-fascist future. (Polygon)

While Amalthea thought the mecha battles dragged a bit, overall she liked the aim Xiran Jay Zhao took at toxic masculinity in Iron Widow. "I think that the storytelling benefits from this sense of moral outrage at its core." Which books do you read when you want to smash the patriarchy? (Cannonball Read 14)

From James: