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Stephen King Doesn’t Like the Gloating Over ‘The Marvels’ Bombing

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | November 13, 2023 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | November 13, 2023 |


Stephen King has often signaled that he’s not a fan of Marvel movies, which is cool. Just like his books, he knows they’re not everyone’s cup of tea and has approached his lack of interest as such. Different strokes for different folks. However, even the prolific author has noticed there’s a whole lot of dancing on the grave of The Marvels after it bombed this week. King doesn’t quite get why so many people are gloating, but he eventually circles back to pin it on “adolescent fanboy hate” from losers who react with “Yuck! GIRLS!” And he’s not wrong. That is a large component, but joyless film snobs who hate the thought of people having fun for two hours have also been feasting on Marvel getting taken down a peg. (Variety)

Austin Butler’s Elvis voice is back in Masters of the Air. (Lainey Gossip)

Grimes hired four process servers to try to serve Elon Musk. Get his ass. (Celebitchy)

Wait, One Million Moms is still a thing? I thought they merged and/or changed their name to Moms For Liberty then got busy losing every school board election in the nation because no one wants their Ultra Bigot Karen action near their kids. (Wonkette)

Letitia James’ grin is all of us:

Just kidding, Homer keeps strangling Bart on The Simpsons because “nothing’s getting tamed,” according to James L. Brooks. Child abuse: Now that’s comedy! (PEOPLE)

Margot Robbie, Reese Witherspoon, Shonda Rimes, and Brad Pitt are all trying to get their hands on the screen rights to Britney Spears’ memoir. (Page Six)

Chelsea Peretti will be playing the role of “Mother.” (Vulture)

Inside the battle over Fran Drescher’s “Robin Hood Fund.” (THR)

Nintendo’s Legend of Zelda movie is already raising red flags. (Rolling Stone)

Russell T. Davies has a blunt message for transphobes. (The Mary Sue)

Congratulations on making a Funko Pop that looks like it wants to die? Jesus. (Funko)

What do you want to know about a cookbook before gifting it? ElCicco likes to bake and appreciates the accessibility and ease of Claire Saffitz’s recipes. “What’s for Dessert would be a great book to have on your shelf for your own baking needs and would also make a nice gift for budding bakers.” (Cannonball Read 15)

From Emma: My thirteen-year-old self is quaking: