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Matthew Perry Wanted a Movie About His Life Starring Zac Efron

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | November 6, 2023 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | November 6, 2023 |


Matthew Perry was reportedly trying to get a biopic of his life made, and he was hoping his 17 Again co-star Zac Efron would play him. I don’t remember Chandler being insanely jacked, but I’m pretty sure the point of any biopic is to have a stunningly good looking person portray you. That’s the dream, right? (Variety)

I’m a dad, and I can’t believe I’m saying this, but I’d wear Chris Pratt’s outfit way before you caught me dead in whatever boot thing Rob Lowe has going on. I also spend 75% of my day in pajama pants, so I have no business even thinking about fashion. Moving on! (Lainey Gossip)

There were murmurs a week or so back that Selena Gomez thinks Taylor Swift is moving too fast with Travis Kelce, and the two singers are not as close anymore. That does not appear to be the case. (Celebitchy)

Donald Trump’s testimony in his New York fraud trial was the exact shit show everyone expected. (Wonkette)

From Jen: “Elon Musk appears to be undermining X CEO Linda Yaccarino’s attempts to bring advertisers back to the platform again, this time by reinstating two British far-right Islamophobes, Katie Hopkins and Tommy Robinson, to the platform as Yaccarino visits London to woo U.K. advertisers.” Do we think she’ll last until the end of the year? (Media Matters)

Maybe don’t hold your breath for that Jon Snow spinoff. (TVLine)

Sony has pulled Twitter integration from PlayStation consoles, so again, Elon is doing a bang-up job over there. (Polygon)

Moms For Liberty nutjobs are calling the cops on librarians now. (The Daily Beast)

From James: NFT groups moving from environmental damage to straight-up blinding people. (The Verge)

I cannot stress this enough. Right-wing Christian weirdos are an absolute threat to every single person in this country and it’s imperative they are voted out every election even if the Democratic candidate isn’t a golden unicorn that magically gobbles up your student loan debt and/or tweets #FreePalestine every five seconds. (Rolling Stone)

Nia DaCosta saw that Variety report about her supposedly leaving post-production on The Marvels, and you’re damn right she’s setting the record straight. (Uproxx)

Spurred by a negative review of her favorite national park, the Grand Canyon, author and illustrator Amber Share created Subpar Parks: America’s Most Extraordinary National Parks and Their Least Impressed Visitors. Leedock calls it, “Beautifully illustrated and lovingly narrated.” Do you remember a bad review that offended you? (Cannonball Read 15)

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