Last Week’s Episode: Happy Pride!

Last Week’s Episode: Happy Pride!

This week's big buzzy thing is Ali Wong & Randall Park's Netflix original rom-com Always Be My Maybe, which means that Mariah Carey's extreme has been on loop in my head for days. To purge it, I've gathered up some links about that, Krypton, anime dubs, and more! Always Be My Maybe Apparently, Keanu Reeves is not

This week’s big buzzy thing is Ali Wong & Randall Park’s Netflix original rom-com Always Be My Maybe, which means that Mariah Carey’s extreme has been on loop in my head for days. To purge it, I’ve gathered up some links about that, Krypton, anime dubs, and more!

Always Be My Maybe

Apparently, Keanu Reeves is not a “lonely guy,” and the interview that quoted him as saying so was a mishmash of multiple answers. I don’t think this means anyone should give up on their dreams, though! [HuffPo]

And here’s a Q&A with chef Niki Nakayama, the food consultant on the film. [SFChronicle]

DCU/Marvel

Krypton wasn’t canceled and in fact, will premiere its second season next week. Who knew?

Lucifer star Tom Ellis and his fiance took to Twitter to let generous fans know: if they want to help celebrate the nuptials, fans should donate to Planned Parenthood (and here’s my editorial reminder to also consider an abortion fund — I feel certain Lucifer wouldn’t mind if you went local with your gift). [Comicbook.com]

RPattz is for sure our next movie Batman, which means I’ll continue to think about the time he took a fan on a date and was so boring she never called him again every day for the rest of my life. [Deadline]

Idris Elba will be playing Bronze Tiger in the next Suicide Squad [Forbes]

More comic adaptations!

The Kitchen (Ollie Masters/Ming Doyle/Vertigo) trailer has dropped!

SyFy’s Christopher Meloni vehicle Happy! (Grant Morrison/Darick Robertson/Image Comics) and Deadly Class (Rick Remender/Wesley Craig/Image Comics) have both been cancelled, but are reportedly being shopped around, because nothing can ever really die. [Deadline]

Django/Zorro isn’t just an underpopulated AO3 pairing tag, it was also a comic by Quentin Tarantino, Matt Wagner, and Esteve Polls published by Vertigo that told the continuing tales of Django Unchained’s leading man. And now…it could be a movie directed by stand-up comedian and actor Jarrod Carmichael (The Carmichael Show). [Collider]

For an even bigger word salad, peep this headline: “‘Killing Eve’ Producer Sid Gentle Adapting Canine Punk Graphic Novel & Developing Project With Grindr Poet Max Wallis.” The punk graphic novel is  Nicole J Georges’ autobio Fetch: How a Bad Dog Brought Me Home. [Deadline]

Animation

Marc Webb (The Amazing Spider-Man, (500) Days of Summer) is being looked at to helm the live-action Snow White film from Disney, because why hire someone interesting to direct a fun, big budget princess movie when you can hire a guy who washed out of his own Spider-Man franchise (just to be clear, I love Andrew Garfield Spidey, but c’mon). [Variety]

Did you rock the Dragon as a kid, before or after school? Check this deep dive into anime dub theme music, and why the intro songs were so incredibly weird. [Fanbyte]

Trek Wars

James Factora writes about how he found his name in the essay, How Captain Kirk Helped Me Define Masculinity [StarTrek.com]

I’m really trying hard to not shove every single piece of info about the new Star Wars theme park, Galaxy’s Edge, into my brain because it’ll overload, but this piece on the experience of buying a lightsaber is worth a peek. [Polygon]

Grab Bag

Bob Iger is negative about Disney continuing to film its blockbusters in Georgia if their abortion ban goes through.  [NBCNews]

Please gallop to this photo shoot and interview with Game of Thrones horse mistress Camilla Naprous — happy pride! [Elle]

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