[AE1] I really don’t get it. The CIA and military establishment were as often as not the bad guys on that show. What, precisely, were they paying for?
[AE3] What if BNL’s One Week is actually about terminal domestic violence? I doubt it, but it wouldn’t be their first song about or involving domestic violence.
[AE4] What happened to Brendan Fraser. There was a whole thing about him on the TV show Wrecked where characters debated whether or not it would get national attention if he disappeared on a presumed plane crash. I thought it would have been great if he had guess starred in one fashion or another.
[AE5] When Harvey Weinstein wanted to make cuts to Princess Mononoke, Studio Ghibli responded by sending a samurai sword.
[AE6] Marvel is going back to its whitebread basics, and David Barnett is unhappy. Diversity question aside, Marvel copying DC’s tendency to make the comic book storylines unrecognizable to people who saw and enjoyed the most recent hit movie is the height of insanity.
[AE7] Siding with Killmonger in Black Panther has become the new Defense of the Empire, but Bossip says that to like him is to dislike black women.