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Paul Thomas Anderson Says Superhero Movies Are Saving Cinema

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | December 13, 2021 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | December 13, 2021 |


Paul Thomas Anderson gets it. (IndieWire)

Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter gave Bill & Ted fans a little reunion. (Lainey Gossip)

OK, so Kim Kardashian did not “run right back” to Kanye, but she did pass the baby bar. (Dlisted)

A Six Feet Under spinoff or reboot may be coming to HBO. (Celebitchy)

Gawker’s blind items are back, but there is basically nothing blind about this. Everyone knows exactly to whom it refers. (Gawker)

On Crooked Marquee, Kayleigh wrote about an alternative Christmas movie for those of you looking for something bleaker to watch this holiday season: Lynne Ramsay’s drama Morvern Callar. (Crooked Marquee)

From my home state, a woman successfully sued to have an independent physician administer ivermectin to her COVID stricken husband, and you’ll never believe this: It didn’t work and he died. (Mediaite)

Naomie Harris says she was groped by a “huge star” during an audition early in her career, and no one said anything.” (Insider)

From Andrew:

Tom Hanks is part of the Yellowstone TV universe now. (Collider)

Rob Delaney says Home Sweet Home Alone is not about class warfare, which is pretty surprising because usually, everything is with that guy. (Vulture)

Elon Musk is TIME’s Person of the Year. — Why? (Uproxx)

Kimberleybear loves magic and a good gothic, but The Death of Jane Lawrence by Caitlin Starling lost her. "Where we diverge is this idea that starts about halfway in with the idea that magicians pay a price for their workings, and that price is a physical manifestation-something inside them goes wrong." What will bounce you out of a book? (Cannonball Read 13)