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Russell Crowe Mocks Actors Looking for ‘Pathos’ in Marvel Movies

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | June 13, 2024 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | June 13, 2024 |


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Russell Crowe has played Superman’s space-dad for DC Comics, a weird and crappy CGI Zeus for Marvel, and whatever the hell he’s doing for Sony in Kraven the Hunter. He knows how the sausage is made, which is why Crowe didn’t mince words when he hilariously ripped actors looking for “pathos” in comic book movies. (Variety)

With Sony’s purchase of Alamo Drafthouse, could studios buying movie theaters become the hot new trend? (Lainey Gossip)

If you’re trying to stretch your grocery dollars, Aldi is a must. (Celebitchy)

A Florida school district is now banning books about book banning. Gee, I wonder which political party is behind these bans because you are touched in the head if you think it’s both of them. (Wonkette)

From Chris: Rejoice, for there is an Adventure Time movie in the works! (Them)

Oh boy, who did Elon musk try to impregnate now? (Gizmodo)

The Swifties are at war over Taylor’s teen years. (Daily Beast)

From Jen: Netflix makin’ moves into the competitive hot dog-eating world. (NPR)

Matt Bomer lost out on playing Superman for a very crappy reason. (IndieWire)

A judge is actually letting Gina Carano’s lawsuit against Disney proceed. (THR)

From Chris: Girls5Eva was nominated by the Television Critics Association for Outstanding Achievement in Comedy and Renee Elise Goldsberry was nominated for Outstanding Individual Achievement in Comedy! Please give them many other awards! (Instagram)

Emmalita was thrilled with Hers for the Weekend by Helena Greer, the last book in her “Hallmark but make it gay!” Carrigan’s Christmasland series. “I have been waiting for Tara Sloane Chadwick to gracelessly fall on her ass in love since meeting her in Season of Love.” Which series do you think ended on a satisfying book? (Cannonball Read 16)