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Jonathan Majors Is Already Losing Projects

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | April 18, 2023 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | April 18, 2023 |


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The news is moving fast on the Jonathan Majors front. Following reports that he was dropped by his management and PR team, the actor has reportedly been axed from at least three projects: Two films and an ad campaign for the Texas Rangers. I know the big talking point is why is Majors facing consequences while Ezra Miller is not, and I get that reaction. But here’s the thing: They’re basically in the same boat. DC is sticking with Miller for now, and Marvel is sticking with Majors for now. Outside of their respective superhero franchises, Majors is actually sitting prettier at the moment. He still has upcoming films on his plate while Miller is toast unless The Flash makes a billion dollars. Then all bets are off. (Daily Beast)

Emma Watson seems to have it all together. (Lainey Gossip)

Netflix’s David Choe problem is not going away. (Dlisted)

Natasha Lyonne is not loving her new smoke-free life. (Celebitchy)

From Chris: Washington joins four other states, MA, CA, NM, CO, in creating shield laws to protect both abortion access and gender-affirming care. (them)

Elon just made Twitter even worse for trans users. (Jezebel)

Aziz Ansari is getting another crack at making his directorial debut, and he locked down Keanu Reeves? Damn. (Variety)

Helen Mirren couldn’t wait to get in bed with Harrison Ford. (The Wrap)

From Claude: Megan Thee Stallion talks about everything she’s been through since the trial and the fallout. (Elle)

Jamie Foxx is still in the hospital following his health scare. (AV Club)

Amazon is going to finally tackle the age-old problem of why the hell you can never hear dialog in movies anymore. (THR)

Jomidi loves Italian food and loved her visit to Rome, so she gladly picked up Andreas Viestad’s Dinner in Rome: A History of the World in One Meal. “I am sure that I will be a big hit at my next social gathering when I explain to people how the Mafia is related to lemons and that Marco Polo did not bring pasta to Italy.” What is your most memorable meal? (Cannonball Read 15)