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'Wonder Woman 1984' Is Probably Getting Bumped, Knocking 'Dune' Into Next Year

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | September 9, 2020 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | September 9, 2020 |


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In a stark reminder of how chaotic everything is, within an hour of the Dune trailer dropping, there are already reports that Wonder Woman 1984 will abandon its October release date for December, which would presumably knock Dune into next year. There’s also talk of Black Widow bailing on November, so read into that what you will about Disney being very happy with its Mulan strategy. (Deadline)

Jesus Christ, Alec and Hilaria Baldwin are still pumping out babies?! (Dlisted)

In theory, Tory Lanez “apologized” to Megan Thee Stallion for shooting her in the foot. In practice, not so much. (Celebitchy)

From Lainey: Ashley Nicole Black has the perfect set-up for the sequel to My Best Friend’s Wedding, and really, it’s not like Julia’s been working non-stop; she probably has time. Maybe Cameron Diaz would even go back to acting for it? Rupert Everett’s not doing anything has six projects lined up on IMDb? Huh. OK. - (Lainey Gossip)

Halle Berry thought her 2002 Oscar win would open doors. Instead, no woman of color has won Best Actress since then, and she definitely noticed. (The Root)

For The Boys fans out there, showrunner Erik Kripke reveals whether or not Homelander can even be killed. (Collider)

Contrary to a meme flying around Facebook and Twitter, no, the government did not break up a child sex trafficking ring by pulling 39 kids out of a trailer in Georgia. Never happened. (HuffPost)

More employees have come forward with allegations about the TMZ workplace being a “hotbed for racism, misogyny, and verbal abuse.” (BuzzFeed News)

According to Daisy Ridley, Rey’s parentage continued to change even while filming The Rise of Skywalker, which sounds very on-brand for that roaring trash fire. (io9)

This excellent write-up on HBO’s Class Action Park touched on something I think a lot about as a parent. Namely the misplaced nostalgia for ’80s parenting and how it’s a miracle half of us are still alive. (Vulture)

The MTV show, Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica came out at just the right time to imprint on randirock’s psyche. When she found out about Jessica Simpson’s memoir, Open Book, she knew she had to read it. "I didn’t have high expectations. Jessica Simpson was famous for lines like "Is this chicken or tuna I’m eating?" She was very pleasantly surprised by how deep and honest Simpson was willing to go. What do you think makes a great celebrity memoir? (Cannonball Read 12)




Mike is a Staff Contributor living in Pennsyltucky. You can follow him on Twitter.



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