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Warner Bros. Discovery Thinks Coverage of the ‘Batgirl’ Fiasco Was Blown Out of Proportion

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | September 8, 2022 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | September 8, 2022 |


Warner Bros. Discovery has no idea why everyone thought it was such a big deal that they took a whole entire, basically completed Batgirl movie out back and shot it for a tax write-off. Happens all the time! (Variety)

Harry Styles addresses the Phantom Spit. (Lainey Gossip)

John Legend would like to massage his comments on Kanye, please. (Dlisted)

Did Guy Fieri start taking ethics lessons in The Good Place? I say this with no sarcasm, the dude’s got it figured out. (Celebitchy)

Roxana wrote a great piece on how The Rings of Power is the visual antithesis to Game of Thrones because you can actually see what the hell is happening. (Vulture)

Oh damn, Wall-E is getting a Criterion release. (Criterion)

Somewhere, Titus just yelled, “Lillian! Set your phaser to stun, girl.” (AV Club)

Tom Hanks said there was a discussion to make a Forrest Gump sequel for about 40 minutes, and it was never brought up again. (Uproxx)

From Claude:

Star Wars: The Acolyte keeps building one hell of a cast. (Gizmodo)

Christian Bale chewing scenery aside, Thor: Love and Thunder did not do Gorr the God Butcher justice. (Polygon)

Kevin Smith has Anthony Scaramucci’s attention. (Rolling Stone)

What do you do when your book about a pandemic becomes relevant in 2020? Claire Badger was delighted that Emily St. John Mandel wrote another book about a pandemic, Sea of Tranquility. "She not only one-ups herself with every book, she challenges the reader to accept that she’s not going to do what’s expected of her." (Cannonball Read 14)