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So the Next Spider-Man Movie Has Three Titles Right Now, but What Does It All Mean, Basil?

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | February 23, 2021 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | February 23, 2021 |


As of this writing, the next Spider-Man movie has three titles, which is almost definitely a sign that Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield are showing up. (Comic Book)

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association is facing more controversy ahead of the Golden Globes as the LA Times “reveals” they don’t have a single Black member. (Lainey Gossip)

Tiger Woods is undergoing major surgery on his leg after rolling his car down a hill in a nasty wreck this morning. (Dlisted)

Goddammit, Ellen…

Chris Noth probably won’t be in the Sex and the City revival. (Celebitchy)

Southern Poverty Law Center estimates 160 Confederate monuments were taken down in 2020. We need to pump those numbers up. (Kotaku)

From Roxana: Tavi Gevinson, who has really stepped into her own as an astute pop culture critic, shares her thoughts on Britney. (The Cut)

You can blame Kayleigh for this one. 100% Kayleigh. “But, Mike, did she drive to your house, hold a gun to your head, and force you to embed it?” MAYBE.

Putting this right under the nightmare shark was probably a bad idea, but hey, I try to stay up on the comments here because I’m a big believer of staying engaged with your readership. Most of you seem like good, smart folks who aren’t a big fan of — for lack of a better term — the Extremely Online Left. You’ve probably seen me liking your comments where you voice as much. So with that said, here’s a pretty solid thread on the recent Twitter meltdown claiming Biden brought back child cages, which he absolutely did not. (Dara Lind)

Angel Manuel Soto is set to direct Blue Beetle, DC Films’ first Latino superhero movie. Also, I guess we’re calling this universe “DC Films” now. Neat! (Variety)

The MyPillow guy swears he’s not owned! (Jezebel)

And Roxana one more time: Per usual, Soraya Nadia McDonald is showing us how she earned that Pulitzer Prize finalist status. Her latest is another must-read: “A Magical Negro Film Festival is grotesque, profane and dispiriting.”(The Undefeated)

Jake was happy Walter Mosely reflected the cultural shifts from post-war to Vietnam-era Los Angeles in Little Green. "I’m glad he chose to continue it because this is definitely one of the best books in the series and it functions as a soft reboot." Have you read Mosely’s Easy Rawlins series? (Cannonball Read 13)

This is the complete opposite direction of pet content, isn’t it? I’m… sorry? (I’m not. Tattoo this shit on my back!)

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Mike is a Staff Contributor living in Pennsyltucky. You can follow him on Twitter.

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