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Shame on Andy Cohen and Naomi Watts for just sitting there and letting Susan Sarandon — tin hat queen — condescendingly state that Debra Messing is Trumpian and doesn't have much information rather than accepting that Messing might just have a different opinion.
Sarandon is typical of conspiracy theorists — they believe most information available is false, they believe unvetted information they obtain on their own is true, they believe most people are incapable of intelligently discerning the truth in the same way they are.
I truly can't stand her. It's a shame. She was a meh Bette Davis and is crappy in her movie with Watts, too, by the way, but is usually a very good actress.
Keep watching for her snotty comments ...
The Weinstein Company is challenging the MPAA rating of R for the new film 3 Generations, which the studio claims is being unfairly rated over its trans theme.
The film stars Elle Fanning as a trans teen, and also features producer Naomi Watts and Susan Sarandon.
From a press release:
Emily Nussbaum's long look at Feud in The New Yorker is beautifully written, and she sums the whole damn thing up right here:
A woke Ryan Murphy is a tricky proposition: as anyone who watched late seasons of “Glee” knows, didactic camp can be a nightmare. “Feud” has its flaws—a jokey song cue here, blunt exposition there. But Murphy lets the contradictions sizzle: he knows that schlock can double as great art; that self-loathing can work both as a goad to ambition and as an emotional crippler. “Hollywood should be forced to look at what they’ve done to her,” Geraldine Page (Sarah Paulson) remarks of Joan Crawford late in the series, but not unkindly. Like all great horror, “Feud” loves its monsters. It’s also a lot of fun.
If you're watching Feud, you're probably enjoying it. It has flashes of brilliance, mostly attached to Jessica Lange.
I'm not crazy about Susan Sarandon in this project because she seems intimidated by Bette Davis, and it comes out in her timidity when speaking. It's like she's scared to be a parody, so she winds up being a weak imitation.
I did enjoy the fairly accurate recreation of Bette's undignified promo activities in singing on The Andy Williams Show.
Watch the real deal after the jump ...
Zeta-Jones is so, so terrible in this trailer, but I guess I'll have to watch Feud. Full trailer ABOVE. NEW SARANDON Q&A: Let's stop blaming people for Trump?!
Celebs sign letter to Texas legislature decrying that state's anti-trans bathroom bill: Lady Gaga, Cyndi Lauper, Sia, dozens more.
Sessions has immediately stopped defending rights of trans kids. Thanks again, LGBTQ Trump voters! Heckuva job, traitors.
Don't run the admittedly amazing Warren in 2020. Just don't. New blood, please.
Madonna: Don't ever tell her to stop!
Philippe's got his own way of saying things, but he has a point about the real consequences of fake news... https://t.co/a02sXiaHfp— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) February 14, 2017
Hillary burns Flynn after his unsurprising resignation, baits him with pizza taunt.
Most boring feud ever (Katy vs. Britney) continues, this time with a Biblical smack-down.
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Do all of Hollywood's white dudes look the same?
Ryan Murphy's Davis vs. Crawford, Sarandon vs. Lange-fueled Feud gets a rave.
(Image by Roberta Trachtenberg for Entertainment Weekly)