After getting lit up by the entire internet, Matthew Perry has apologized for a passage in his book where he laments that River Phoenix, Chris Farley, and Heath Ledger died, but “Keanu Reeves still walks among us.” Perry claims he “chose a random name” and should’ve used his own name instead. Considering the Phoenix angle, choosing Keanu didn’t seem very random, but okay. (PEOPLE)
The Hollywood premiere of Wakanda Forever was a fashion parade. (Lainey Gossip)
Chris Redd was attacked outside the Comedy Cellar. (Dlisted)
Meghan Markle is “extremely” disappointed that people pushed back on her Deal or No Deal comments. (Celebitchy)
From Kayleigh: True author legend Clive Barker has no time for J.K Rowling’s transphobia. (Far Out)
Gisele Bundchen reportedly gave Tom Brady an ultimatum. (Us Weekly)
Gwyneth Paltrow: “Can you be a feminist if you still want to cook?” (IndieWire)
From Kaleena: Wow, thanks Ethan Embry for putting a huge lump in my throat.
I wish River was alive today, Heath was alive today, Renfro was alive today, Brittany was alive today.— Ethan Embry (@EmbryEthan) October 27, 2022
I wish so many amazing people, who left us too early because of the stigma of disease, were with us today.
I’m really glad every day one of us wins more time.
Spirit Halloween is not amused by your fake costume memes. (Rolling Stone)
Henry Cavill can’t wait to portray an “enormously joyful” Superman, which sounds like a not-so-veiled shot at Zack Snyder. (Variety)
Pam Grier defends Quentin Tarantino using the N-word in his movies and also blames most of them on Samuel L. Jackson. (The Wrap)
We’ve almost reached the pinnacle of the spooky season. Cannonballers are sharing their favorite spooky reads—the books they are afraid to read alone. Do you like a good gore-fest or the creeping dread of psychological horror? Stop by the blog and share your best recommendations. (Cannonball Read 14)
I promise you you are not ready for what this fucking thing does 30 seconds in https://t.co/HbAU9Y05ni— Scotty ✘ (@bozohealer) October 26, 2022