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Timothy Olyphant’s Handsome Grin vs. Aliens? I’m In

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | November 27, 2023 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | November 27, 2023 |


After bringing his smoldering good looks to The Mandalorian, Timothy Olyphant is ready to hop aboard another sci-fi franchise: Noah Hawley’s upcoming Aliens series for FX. Granted, we burnt through all the Space Raylan jokes during Mando Season 2 and Book of Boba Fett, but if there’s a God in Heaven, Olyphant will play a sexy, grinning cyborg ushering forth a bold new era of Robo-Raylan jokes. My body is ready! (Deadline)

Christopher Nolan entered the “state of cinema” chat with a surprisingly sensible perspective. (Lainey Gossip)

Don’t hold your breath for a Barbie 2. (Celebitchy)

Donald Trump actually thinks he’s going to rebrand himself as an abortion “moderate” after deliberately loading the gun that killed Roe v. Wade. (Wonkette)

Why so many powerful men were just sued for sexual assault. (The Cut)

There’s a spike in child pneumonia cases in China, but nobody freak out or anything. The WHO says it’s fine, probably, and we’re not heading into Round 2 of watching our neighbors show how readily they’d murder the whole town just to eat inside Arby’s. (Gizmodo)

Some good news: No one wants to read Marjorie Taylor Greene’s memoir. (Mediaite)

Sports Illustrated got caught generating AI writers and passing them off as real people. Hope the complete decimation of your brand was worth the savings. (Futurism)

Heels creator Michael Waldron is set to write the next two Avengers movies: Secret Wars and The Kang Dynasty, which will probably become something else entirely. (A.V. Club)

Yeah, yeah, Nicole Kidman didn’t know her AMC ad would become a whole thing. How did Keith Urban end up on Criss Angel’s podcast? His dark magic is real! (THR)

Before Kevin Costner blew the whole show up, Yellowstone was about to get even more soap opera AF. (TVLine)

Do you read the yearly NPR Books We Love list? RevGirlUtena isn’t sure she loved Roshani Chokshi’s The Last Tale of the Flower Bride, but she respected it. “The writing is dreamy and lyrical. The story is so gothic that it should come with a candelabra for creeping down dark hallways at night.” (Cannonball Read 15)

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