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Bill Hader Stopped Signing Autographs Because of a ‘Star Wars’ Fan

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | May 1, 2023 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | May 1, 2023 |


Fun Fact: Bill Hader and Ben Schwartz of Jean-Ralphio fame were “voice consultants” for BB-8 in the new Star Wars, which put Hader on the map for autograph seekers. For a while, he was cool and did his best to oblige them until one dude pissed him off. (Variety)

Are celebrity relationships realistic? (Lainey Gossip)

As suspected, don’t expect Ezra Miller to do press for The Flash. (Dlisted)

Sydney Sweeney had a date night with her fiance. Oh? (Celebitchy)

From Claude: One of the Godfathers of AI left Google in order to have more freedom to criticize the technology without affecting the company. (The Verge)

Ta-Nehisi Coates’ Superman movie is not dead and can co-exist next to Superman: Legacy, according to a pretty reliable source: James Gunn. (Gizmodo)

Oh goddammit, we’re doing the whole spy balloon thing again. (NBC News)

Pedro Pascal is in Gladiator 2 now. (The Mary Sue)

Alright, who’s the latest neolib shill saying Biden can win again? Let’s get a good look at this normie centrist who probably likes the Russo Brothers. (Daily Beast)

Sylvester Stallone is remaking Cliffhanger, and I’m sorry, that’s where I draw the line. There’s a special place in my heart for this pure chunk of ’90s schlock that was the ultimate snow day movie. We used to do the Cliffhanger jump off the roof of our porch like a pack of dipshits, and honestly, that’s starting to answer a whole lot of questions. Mainly why I think Cliffhanger is a good movie, but others, too. (Deadline)

From Seth: Coming this fall from Blumhouse and A24, the newest collaboration in indie horror… Swifties! (TikTok)

Halbs respects the power of the pieces collected in Judith Valente and Charles Reynard’s Twenty Poems to Nourish Your Soul. “They’re working to find something gorgeous in the mundane of the every day.” What did you read during National Poetry Month?  (Cannonball Read 15)