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Sandra Bullock & Nicole Kidman Are in Talks for ‘Practical Magic 2’

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | June 10, 2024 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | June 10, 2024 |


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Here’s a look underneath the Pajiba Love hood: Whenever I get ready to ship out a column, I try to find the biggest trending story of the moment because that usually translates into decent traffic for our little blog engine that could. Today, that story is hands down the news of Practical Magic 2 getting very close to happening. I should caution that Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman are technically “in talks” to return, but you wouldn’t be hearing about those talks if it wasn’t pretty much a done deal. Just call me Kid Showbiz over here. (Variety)

Ariana Grande’s romance with Ethan Slater is on display this weekend after the release of “The Boy Is Mine” music video, but will it last? (Lainey Gossip)

Rob Schneider was booed off another stage. Who keeps booking this guy? (Celebitchy)

Donald Trump would rather get electrocuted than bitten by a shark. This is vital information that could determine our next president. (Wonkette)

The cast for Criminal continues to get stacked. (Deadline)

Roxana spoke with Nida Manzoor, the creator of We Are Lady Parts, about the second season, selling out, defying expectations, and — crucially — why Ayesha decided not to come out to her parents. (Vulture)

Howard University has revoked Diddy’s honorary doctorate. (Rolling Stone)

From Kayleigh: Guy who sucks at being a person sees real potential in AI. (The Onion)

If you follow me on Twitter, the site called Twitter, you probably saw me rant about this, but I feel sorry for poor Ray Romano, who got trapped listening to Bill Maher whine about college kids. You can tell he was bored, and even though he steers clear of this nonsense, he actually poked holes in Maher’s bullsh*t. (Mediaite)

Emma thinks Chappell Roan should be president. (NBC News)

Leslye Headland wants to adapt KOTOR. Freaking. Let. Her. (Kotaku)

The care and balance that went into Maia Kobabe and Sarah Peitzmeier’s Breathe: Journey to Healthy Binding make BlackRaven feel like this is a book she can recommend. “This is less of a ‘how to’ book and more of a ‘workbook’ to help you organize thoughts and find a starting point for your journey to safe and healthy binding.” What non-fiction reads are you recommending for Pride Month? (Cannonball Read 16)

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