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Zack Snyder Called James Gunn To Support His DC Studio Plans

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | February 9, 2023 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | February 9, 2023 |


Like most of us, James Gunn is tired of seeing #SellTheSnyderVerseToNetflix. Unlike us, Gunn can actually do something about it. In a tweet to a crazed Snyder fan, Gunn shot down the entire campaign by pointing out that both Netflix, and more importantly, Zack Snyder himself have shown zero interest in continuing the storyline. In fact, Snyder actually called Gunn to support his new DC Studios plan and shoot the sh*t about how jazzed he is about the “massive world building” he’s doing with Rebel Moon. Snyder is entirely over the SnyderVerse, and his fans should start getting over it, too. (Variety)

Andrew Garfield is playing Frankenstein’s Monster for Guillermo del Toro? Shut up and take my money! (Lainey Gossip)

Pamela Anderson has been texting Tommy Lee again. No good can come of this. (Dlisted)

Florence Pugh will never lose weight just to look good for a role. (Celebitchy)

From Petr: For the past 2 years the modding community has been working on an expansion pack for Celeste, one of the best indie games of the last decade. Now there’s a trailer. You can also buy or stream tracks from the original soundtrack, with the revenue from that going to Trans Lifeline. Because why buy that other game when you can support stuff like this instead. (YouTube)

The special counsel investigating Trump subpoenaed Mike Pence. (Rolling Stone)

Kayleigh wrote about the tender indie romantic drama Lovesong. (Crooked Marquee)

Disney is open to selling Hulu. (Uproxx)

From Roxana: Vulture film critic Bilge Ebiri has long advocated for a Best Stunt category at the Academy Awards. Since they haven’t yet met our demands, we’re launching our own. Vulture introduces the inaugural edition of The Stunt Awards, and here are our nominations for 2022 films. (Vulture)

In case he didn’t make it clear in his essay, Jonathan Majors really, really loved Heath Ledger in The Dark Knight and his gorgeous jawline. (EW)

From Jen: Relevant to some of our interests, Alicia Keys stage musical Hell’s Kitchen is in development at New York’s Public Theater. (Deadline)

Registration for Cannonball Read 15 ends tomorrow. If you are looking for a way to stretch your brain in 2023, or share the books that give you a respite, CBR15 is a great place to share thoughts and share books. Sign up today! (Cannonball Read 15)