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Jennifer Aniston Is Tired of ‘Kids’ Saying ‘Friends’ Is Offensive

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | March 29, 2023 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | March 29, 2023 |


Jennifer Aniston might be getting some of the genuinely best work in Hollywood done to her looks, but nothing quite ages a person like complaining about a “whole generation of kids” these days who take everything so seriously. “Everybody needs funny! The world needs humor!” says the rich white lady who’s been set for life since the ’90s. (Variety)

The White Lotus Season 3 could be the Gwyneth Paltrow season. (Lainey Gossip)

50 Cent reached a settlement with the spa that implied he got penile enhancement surgery. Celebrities, they’re just like us! (Dlisted)

Tom Brady is “dating around.” Best of luck to those women who I hope never bring a strawberry near him. (Celebitchy)

From Tori: Daniel Radcliffe is hosting a discussion with six transgender and nonbinary youth as part of a new video series from The Trevor Project, in what I’m sure is in NO WAY a very clear statement against Joanne. (THR)

Mike Flanagan pitched a Clayface movie to DC. Hello! (Deadline)

From Roxana: Hugh Grant says movie sets “are so weird now” as actors no longer get drunk and fall “in love with each other” because of mobile phones. (Insider)

My entire world will be shattered if Dustin didn’t print out this Bill Lawrence interview and cover his bed with it. Shattered. [Publisher’s Note: Guilty. I’m so predictable.] (Vulture)

From Claude: Toy company Good Smile — parent of Nendoroid and Figma brands, and maker of licensed merch to several major franchises including Disney/Marvel — has been propping up hellsite/cradle of QAnon 4chan for years now, but now wants out due to increased scrutiny into the site. (Wired)

Disney finally ditched the notoriously penny-pinching Ike Perlmutter, who is the sole reason the first ten years of Marvel movies were all-white and all-male. (The Beat)

From Petr: TBH, makes sense: “Amsterdam tells young British men to stay away.” (BBC)

GentleRain highly recommends Okura’s sweet slice-of-life manga about a supportive mom who thinks her son is gay. “There’s also a nice subplot about one of Tomoko’s co-workers who is gay, and her realization that even well-meaning stereotypes can be detrimental and obscure the actual person you’re interacting with.” Do you have a favorite manga? (Cannonball Read 15)