As if Netflix isn’t having enough problems, shareholders have filed a lawsuit against the streaming company accusing it of fraud for failing to disclose its subscriber problem. The investors are seeking monetary damages, which will hopefully put a stop to bland Ryan Reynolds movies and/or Dave Chappelle specials. (Variety)
I feel like I rave about Sarah a lot, and that’s because I love her writing. This time around, she tackles why Marvel and the Jurassic World franchises will never drop Chris Pratt despite him being the Worst Chris. (Lainey Gossip)
Kim Cattrall talked about And Just Like That…, and reveals she was never asked to be a part of it. (Dlisted)
Kim Kardashian claims she lost 16 lbs in three weeks to fit into Marilyn Monroe’s dress. K, good for her? (Celebitchy)
From Tori: I “awwww”ed so hard at this, shut up.
From Roxana: On today, the (series? season?) finale of Moon Knight, read about some of the Egyptian music that gave the series such a unique vibrancy. (The New Arab)
For Crooked Marquee, Kayleigh wrote about Angela Carter’s subversive fairytale, The Company of Wolves. (Crooked Marque)
From DJ Flightrisk in the comments: Noticing how things are pretty bleak these days on the Love, and when I ran into this article, it cheered me a bit and I thought it could be a tiny ray of sunshine for our kin. (Daily Kos)
From Dustin: A Starbucks supervisor kept his job even after pleading guilty to sexually assaulting a barista. The barista, however, was fired because she missed days of work due to anxiety. (Vice)
From Claude: NFT market collapses just as Square Enix sells Tomb Raider to bet big on blockchain. (Kotaku)
Goddammit, Peacock canceled the Saved By The Bell reboot, which was freaking great. Seriously, it was a huge hit in our house. If you loved Great News, same creative team, which is why it slapped. (Deadline)
From a very good dude, John DeVore, who was extremely supportive as I was navigating the loss of The Superficial, and now I feel bad that I don’t message him more: How to make friends if you’re a man who is bad at making friends. (Medium)
Welp, Bill Burr had a shit awful Johnny Depp and Amber Heard take that probably shouldn’t be surprising. (Mediaite)
Have you picked up a new book, read a page, and realized you’ve read it before? Kfishgirl was happy to read Becky Chambers’s To Be Taught, if Fortunate again because, "at its core, it’s about people." (Cannonball Read 14)
You folks know how much I absolutely hated The Book of Boba Fett — Which some of you hate me for! — so you can only imagine the deep reservoir of self-loathing I’m experiencing right now because I couldn’t resist Baby Yoda playing the guitar. Just completely powerless. God, I suck.