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Holy Shit! 'Wonder Woman 1984' Will Hit HBO Max and Theaters on Christmas Day

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | November 18, 2020 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | November 18, 2020 |


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Warner Bros. actually did it. Wonder Woman 1984 will release in theaters and on HBO Max on Christmas Day at no additional charge. They’re not even doing the $30 “premium access” Mulan thing! This move probably explains why HBO reached an agreement with Amazon just the other day, so a Roku announcement can’t be far behind. (Variety)

The five filthiest reads in The Crown, ranked. (Lainey Gossip)

Lisa Rinna thinks her 19-year-old daughter dating Scott Disick is just a “phase.” (Dlisted)

Lori Loughlin is clearly using her prison phone calls exclusively to call her publicist. It’s all about priorities, folks. (Celebitchy)

This pic pretty much says it all, doesn’t it?

55 ways white people say “white people” without actually saying it. (The Root)

From Kristy: Rax King has given that Cazzie David essay on being “too full to f*ck” all the respect it deserves. (Mel Magazine)

From Roxana: Danette Chavez interviewed Walton Goggins before season two of The Unicorn premiered, and yes, Goggins is as charming as you would expect. (AV Club)

Did you ever wonder if Paul Bettany’s Vision has a dong and what color it might be? Of course, you did. Who hasn’t? (Collider)

Oh, so we’re going with the MAFIA rigged the election for Joe Biden now? The Mafia, OK, sure. Whatever you say. (Daily Beast)

And one more from Roxana: True Detective season two was inspired by Vallejo, and this story will really make you wonder whether defunding the police is even going far enough. (New Yorker)

Ale’s classmate, Briana McDonald, published her debut, a middle-grade mystery, Pepper’s Rules for Secret Sleuthing. "For full disclosure, I’m not a middle-grade reader, and I’m really not a fan of murder mysteries, but even so, I found myself compulsively flipping the pages to figure out the whodunnit, which considering I’m not the intended audience was pretty fantastic." Do you know a middle-grade reader who likes a good mystery? (Cannonball Read 12)

I’ve watched this at least 27 times, and yet, I still laugh even though I know exactly what’s going to happen. My brain is officially broken.




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



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