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‘Westworld’ Isn’t Just Canceled, It’s Being Wiped From HBO Max

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | December 12, 2022 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | December 12, 2022 |


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So, wow, goddamn. Warner Bros. Discovery didn’t just cancel Westworld before it could finish its five season arc. It’s now pulling the entire show from HBO Max along with Minx — which just got the axe while wrapping its second season — The Nevers, Love Life, and Gordita Chronicles. Talk about salting the earth. (Deadline)

Katie Holmes is bringing back early 2000s fashion, and yes, I feel incredibly old saying that because we’re talking about the wardrobe of my college years. Oh God Jesus I can feel the cold hand of death! (Lainey Gossip)

Beyoncé’s new tour sounds… fun. (Dlisted)

Nobody at ABC wants to touch the Amy Robach/T.J. Holmes business. (Celebitchy)

From Seth: Say what you will about The Guardian, and you’ll probably be right, but this is a delicious takedown of the awful and embarrassing Fox World Cup coverage. (The Guardian)

Remember when Christopher Nolan announced Oppenheimer and everyone joked, “Haha, what’s he gonna do this time? Actually set off a nuke?” Well… (Total Film)

Netflix’s live-action adaptations have not been the best. So with that in mind, My Hero Academia is next and from the writer of Obi-Wan? Yikes. (IndieWire)

James Cameron spent over a decade making Avatar: The Way of Water only to miss the Hollywood premiere because he has COVID. I sh*t on the guy for his cocky ego, but that kinda sucks. Fortunately, he’s asymptomatic and will be fine, but that kinda sucks. (THR)

Kit Harrington drops some hints about Snow. (EW)

The Baby-Sitters Club might not be dead after all! (Variety)

Howard Stern thinks Trevor Noah should’ve stayed at The Daily Show. (Mediaite)

Rian Johnson on disrupting the disrupters with Glass Onion. (Uproxx)

Do you love to read and share opinions? Registration is open now for Cannonball Read 15! In 2023 you can travel your bookshelf while sticking it to cancer one book at a time. (Cannonball Read)