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"Is that what cancel culture's devolved to?" Why everyone is talking about James Corden. 


In recent months, the tide has really turned on James Corden.

The late night TV host and Gavin & Stacey actor is best known as a self-deprecating funny Brit - and the guy who does Carpool Karaoke.

But for a while now, there have been mutterings that Corden is not 'nice'.

Does this sound familiar? Earlier in 2020, talk show host Ellen DeGeneres faced severe criticism following a raft of allegations from past employees about how her kindness was a front.

First, let's back up a little to past allegations.

In his homeland, Corden was painted as ungrateful and entitled, especially after moaning about Gavin & Stacey not being nominated for the 2008 best comedy BAFTA award.

There are articles about Corden's perceived attitude floating around from 2017, and in 2010 there was commentary about a very awkward, very public run in he had with Sir Patrick Stewart.

"Is that what cancel culture's devolved to?"

James Corden Is About To Get The ‘Cancel Ellen DeGeneres’ Treatment

Tags: Cancellation, Career, Celebrity, Employment, Entertainment, Hollywood, Hostility, Supremacy, Threat, TV Gay Swatch?



Comedian Amber Ruffin Goes in on Rappers Supporting Donald Trump 


To say comedian Amber Ruffin is confused by rappers supporting President Trump would be an understatement.

On Monday's episode of Late Night with Seth Meyers, Ruffin admitted that she didn't want to comment on rappers like 50 Cent and Waka Flocka Flame supporting the president because her comments would "go off the rails." But, she threw caution to the wind and proceeded anyway.

"What is wrong with you? Why in the butt would you be like, ‘I want a seat at the table to share my ideas,’ when you haven’t been doing the work?" Ruffin said.

Comedian Amber Ruffin Goes in on Rappers Supporting Donald Trump

Tags: Backlash, Cancellation, Celebrity, Choices, Comedy, Cultural, Environment, Men In Charge, Music, Opinion, Politics, Rap, Toxic, Youth



Eric Andre says 'James Corden is fucked' if not being nice gets you cancelled  

Speaking to Vanity Fair, Andre said: “Boohoo, Ellen was mean. Who gives a shit? I never thought she was nice! She seems like she’d be like, ‘Fucking get me a coffee! Now!’”

“‘That guy’s not nice!’ James Corden is fucked if that’s the only criteria to get called out.”

“James Corden and Lorne Michaels are screwed! They’re trembling in their fucking boots,” he added.

Eric Andre says 'James Corden is fucked' if not being nice gets you cancelled

Tags: Cancellation, Celebrity, Employment, Entertainment, Etiquette, Exclusivity, Hollywood, Hostility, Hypocrisy, Portrait, Privilege, Reality, TV, TV Gay Swatch?



How Chris Pratt became the internet’s least favorite Chris 

And over what I would conservatively estimate as the 59.8 trillion times the Chrises have been ranked, a loose consensus has formed on the parts of social media where media and entertainment people hang out: The top three shift around in the rankings based mostly on which one has released a movie most recently, but consistently, Chris Pratt is the worst one. Also, you can sometimes get away with acting like a visionary if you suggest a different Chris should join the roster. (Most people go for Chris Messina or Christine Baranski, but I stand by my pick of Kristen Stewart.)

So when producer Amy Berg posted a picture of the Four Hollywood Chrises to Twitter on October 17, with the instructions, “One has to go,” the internet went on doing what the internet does. It picked Pratt to go, overwhelmingly, with more than 100,000 replies.

How Chris Pratt became the internet’s least favorite Chris

Tags: Backlash, Cancellation, Celebrity, Entertainment, Hollywood, Homophobia, Hypocrisy, LGBTQ, Men Not In Charge, Politics, Preference, Religion, Representation



Chris Pratt, Just Come Out and Say You're a Republican, Thanks! 


Somehow, there are two more weeks left before Election Day, which is both comforting and nauseating. The next two weeks are critical or maybe they don’t mean shit. Regardless of where you stand on what’s going to happen on November 3, if you’re not quite sure about who you’re going to vote for, let the cast of the Avengers movies (minus Chris Pratt, spicy!!) convince you otherwise... I guess??

Word on the street (thanks Variety) is that the people who played the Avengers in movies are assembling their star power to do a fundraiser for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. Here’s the list of people who are participating in this fundraiser: Don Cheadle, Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Paul Rudd, Mark Ruffalo, and Zoe Saldana. Who is missing from this list? It begins with a Crisp and ends with a Rat, and yes, you betcha, you got this one right, it’s the Star-Lord himself, hmmmm! The fact that Pratt is not participating in this debacle, when like, almost every other Avenger is, led to widespread (Twitter) speculation that Pratt’s refusal to do so is because he is, in fact, a MAGA-loving, big, red, too-buff Republican.

Chris Pratt, Just Come Out and Say You're a Republican, Thanks!

Tags: Cancellation, Career, Celebrity, Choices, Etiquette, Opinion, Politics, Psychology, Religion, Representation, Termination, Threat



This Small Town Is Fighting Over the Usage of Pride Flags 


For the past two years, rainbow banners had flown from lampposts on Main Street in the city of Heber, Utah, in celebration of Pride month. But when some residents complained that Pride and LGBTQ+ rights were political and did not represent the values or beliefs of the community, Yahoo News reports the city passed a new ordinance in August raising the costs and generally making it more difficult to continue the practice.

“It has pretty much eliminated the option of private citizens funding banners and requesting them to be hung on Main Street, unless they are able to get sponsorship from the city, the county or the chamber, and that sponsorship means some financial sponsorship,” Kelleen Potter, the mayor of Heber City and mother of two LGBTQ+ teens, explained.

The new ordinance requires any event or message promoted on the banners must be nonpolitical and not for profit. Additionally, banner applicants must first obtain sponsorship from the city of Heber, Wasatch County, or the Heber Valley Chamber of Commerce before their application will be considered by the city. In the past, residents could apply to hang banners from the city’s lampposts for a few hundred dollars as long as they were noncommercial in nature.

“As a Christian, our family believes that marriage is between a man and a woman,” one woman is quoted as saying, while others claimed the flag and, by extension, LGBTQ+ rights, were political. Potter claimed she began receiving inquiries wondering if the previous banner policy allowed banners with other allegedly similarly political messages protesting abortion or pornography or featuring symbols associated with the Ku Klux Klan or Nazis.

This Small Town Is Fighting Over the Usage of Pride Flags

Tags: Cancellation, Environment, Equality, Etiquette, Flag, LGBTQ, Neighbor, Policy, Religion, Representation



Jane Fonda, 82, says she has no time for sex: 'I’ve had so much of it' 


Jane Fonda has no time for crazy sex but that’s okay — she’s had plenty of it.

On Friday, the 82-year-old icon appeared remotely on The Ellen DeGeneres Show hosted by Girls Trip star Tiffany Haddish, who filled in for DeGeneres.

"I gotta say, you look amazing,” Haddish, 40, told Fonda. “...I need to know because you look so good, are you still having sex? Are you having, like, crazy sex?"

“No,” answered the actress, giving a thumbs-down. “No, zero...I don’t have time. I’m so old and I’ve had so much of it, I don’t need it right now because I’m too busy.”

Jane Fonda, 82, says she has no time for sex

Tags: Aging, Cancellation, Celebrity, Celibacy, Interview, Seniors, Sex, Women In Charge



Eddie Redmayne Calls The Online Hatred Of J.K. Rowling "Absolutely Disgusting" 


The Fantastic Beasts star defended the author in a new interview with The Daily Mail, revealing that the "vitriol" against Rowling prompted him to write her a private note of support. However, he also made sure to stand up for the transgender community, saying that insults against them are "equally" disgusting. "Similarly, there continues to be a hideous torrent of abuse towards trans people online and out in the world that is devastating," he said.

"I would never want to speak on behalf of the community but I do know that my dear transgender friends and colleagues are tired of this constant questioning of their identities, which all too often results in violence and abuse."

Eddie Redmayne Calls The Online Hatred Of J.K. Rowling

Tags: $, All Rights, Cancellation, Celebrity, Controversy, Environment, Etiquette, Fear, Inciting Future Hate, Inciting Violence, Interview, Perception, Representation, Trans, Treatment, Words, Writer



Out Democrat Corey Johnson drops out of NYC mayoral race after police funding controversy 


Corey Johnson, the out gay Speaker of the New York City Council, has ended his campaign for mayor, with colleagues saying he has been withdrawn since a bitter battle over police funding.

Johnson publicly cited his battle with depression as a reason for not running, hoping that publicly discussing the issue would help fight the “secrecy and stigmas” that make people with mental health conditions “feel alone.”

His decision may have been driven in part by controversies over funding for police in New York. This past July, the city passed its fiscal year 2021 budget which included a $1 billion cut to the NYPD’s budget in the face of the city’s $9 billion budget shortfall due largely to the COVID pandemic.

Out Democrat Corey Johnson drops out of NYC mayoral race after police funding controversy

Tags: Cancellation, Career, Controversy, Gay, LGBTQ, Men Not In Charge, Mental Health, Politics, Termination



'Black Widow,' 'West Side Story' shift to 2021 as Hollywood's COVID struggles continue 


The good news is Marvel superhero fans can look forward to three movies in 2021. The bad news: No "Black Widow" anytime soon.

Thanks to the nation and film industry's continuing struggles with COVID-19, Disney has shifted its movie-release calendar again, most notably kicking Scarlett Johansson's solo "Black Widow" movie from a planned Nov. 6 release to May 7, 2021.

There's quite a bit of movement overall in the Marvel Cinematic Universe: The Angelina Jole-led "Eternals" is being delayed from Feb. 12 to Nov. 5, 2021, while "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings," starring Simu Liu as the Marvel martial-arts master, moves two months, from May 7, 2021, to July 9.

'Black Widow,' 'West Side Story' shift to 2021 as Hollywood's COVID struggles continue

In other words we shall see them before we retire or die and we may have to resort to "street art" to repay the debt. If this means more narcissistic starving artists auditioning in front of my window, I'm out. 23-Sep-2020

Tags: Art, Art Deletion, Cancellation, Entertainment, Fail, Hollywood, Reality, Release, Threat



The 2020 Emmy Awards Were the Least-Watched Ever 


Oh, Schitt: The TV audience for Sunday night’s virtual Emmy Awards fell to 6.1 million viewers, easily making it the least-watched in Nielsen ratings history. Despite some really good reviews, the Jimmy Kimmel–hosted event managed to drop about 13 percent below the low-water mark set by last year’s hostless Emmys, which averaged 7 million same-day viewers on Fox, according to Nielsen. Ratings for awards shows have been trending way down in recent years, along with everything else on traditional TV, but the 2020 Emmys also had to contend with unprecedented sports competition.

It’s worth keeping in mind that in addition to the historic trends (i.e., Netflix) bringing down ratings for linear TV nearly across the board, the Emmys have become increasingly disconnected from the shows people who watch broadcast TV are most into. Not a single broadcast network TV show was honored last night, with most of the awards going to a basic cable comedy a lot of people watched via Netflix (Pop TV’s Schitt’s Creek) and a pay-cable drama (HBO’s Succession.) As Crupi also noted last night, before today’s ratings came in, “Given that the broadcast now functions as a three-hour infomercial for the streaming services and premium cable networks that are gobbling network TV’s lunch, it’s probably for the best that relatively few people are watching.”

The 2020 Emmy Awards Were the Least-Watched Ever

Tags: Award, Cancellation, Celebration, Entertainment, Fail, Hollywood, Outdated, TV



‘Tenet’s’ dismal U.S. debut has some calling for a change in Hollywood’s approach to the blockbuster 


For a movie like “Tenet” to work, a lot has to happen, financially speaking.

The film, directed by Christopher Nolan, needs to rake in dollars all over the world but especially in the U.S., where studios can keep as much 60 percent of the box office. To turn a profit, the movie basically has to net in America what Nolan’s “Inception” did a decade ago — $348 million in today’s dollars — or at least “Dunkirk’s” $200 million from three summers back.

Since it came to American theaters nearly two weeks ago, “Tenet” has taken in just $29.5 million.

Forward-looking voices note that studios can’t keep making films for $200 million if there isn’t a steady stream of consumers walking through multiplex doors to fund them — after all, it’s all those ticket sales that enable the budgets and slick stars and sharp production values that come with them. Those voices have gotten louder in the wake of “Tenet’s” underperformance. They point out that it should change both how studios produce films and who they pick as their partners.

‘Tenet’s’ dismal U.S. debut has some calling for a change in Hollywood’s approach to the blockbuster

Tags: $, Blockbuster, Cancellation, Film



DL Hughley mocks Andrew Gillum for coming out “halfway” as bisexual 


Earlier this year, Gillum was found inebriated and vomiting in a Miami Beach hotel room with two other men and what officers believed was crystal meth. One of the other men – who was identified in the media as a sex worker – overdosed in the hotel room.

Gillum, who has three kids with his wife R. Jai Gillum, came out officially in an interview with Tamron Hall, saying “I don’t identify as gay but I do identify as bisexual. And that is something that I’ve never shared publicly before.”

The Gillums said that Andrew had been honest with his wife about his sexuality and that she knew he is bisexual before they were married.

After Democratic politician Andrew Gillum came out as bisexual a few months after a sordid sex scandal, Hughley did the expected. He punched down.

“So when #ANDREWGILLUM came out as bi-sexual [sic] yesterday! Is that considered halfway outa the closest? [sic],” he tweeted with the hashtag #TeamDL, a vanity tag that Hughley uses to increase social engagement.

DL Hughley mocks Andrew Gillum for coming out “halfway” as bisexual

Tags: Cancellation, Celebrity, Comedy, Fraud, Gay, Marriage, Privilege, Sex, Stereotype



Columbia University marching band cancels ITSELF! Members vote 'unanimously and enthusiastically' to disband after 116 years, declaring itself 'founded on basis of racism, cultural oppression, misogyny, and sexual harassment' 


Columbia University's marching band has claimed to disband after 116 years, declaring itself to be irreparably rooted in racism and oppression.

Following a vote on Saturday, the band's leadership, known as the Bored, issued a statement saying that it has 'maintained a club structure founded on the basis of racism, cultural oppression, misogyny, and sexual harassment.'

'The Band has unanimously and enthusiastically decided to dissolve. The Columbia University Marching Band will not continue to exist in any capacity and will no longer serve as a Columbia spirit group,' the statement added.

Members vote 'unanimously and enthusiastically' to disband after 116 years, declaring itself 'founded on basis of racism, cultural oppression, misogyny, and sexual harassment'

Tags: Art Deletion, Cancellation, Education, Misconduct, Music, Parental Burden, Politics, Resignation, Threat, Weird



Florida city repeals 13-year ban on saggy pants 


After 13 years, a South Florida city has overturned a ban on “saggy pants” — bottoms that reveal the wearer's underwear.

The Opa-locka City Commission voted Wednesday on a 4-1 vote to repeal both the original 2007 legislation and a 2013 ordinance that said women, not just men, could receive civil citations for wearing pants that exposed their undergarments.

Florida city repeals 13-year ban on saggy pants

Tags: Cancellation, Enforcement, Fashion, Policy, Racial Tension



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