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Hello! Welcome to your daily summary of what is happening in pop culture.
The place Gossip Cop he affirms that it is a corrective of the sensations of the sensationalist press, a "media watchdog", if he wishes. But how much do the facts really matter when we talk about the sugary whips of celebrities? And can you really trust that an anonymous source is more reliable than another? This deep dive by J. K. Trotter asks more questions than answers, but they are questions that I have been thinking about all day.
1. Even Swedish shepherds are great
Is everyone in Stockholm cold DJ? The evidence is mounted with this lovely story about a pastor who created a DJ booth for the memorial service of his church for the musician avicii. Apparently, churches throughout Sweden have been using music from electronic dances to Abba to try to attract young people.
2. Today's list to discuss about
IndieWire has This list of the 50 best animated shows just in time for Thanksgiving weekend. They put "BoJack Horseman"In the No. 1 and" Big Mouth "in the No. 8, which feels bold, considering that they have not finished issuing, however, scrolling through is a reminder of some of the greats:" Powerpuff Girls ", "Space Ghost Coast to Coast" and "Home Movies", to name a few.
3. Ferrante fever, Round 2
You looked "My brilliant friend"Last night? Did you think I captured that feeling of Elena Ferrante? I talked about the first two episodes with a couple of colleagues from the Times. Join the conversation in the comments.
4. 6ix9ine faces serious charges
The rapper 6ix9ine He was part of a violent gang that sold drugs, robbed rivals and shot at people who crossed them, according to a federal accusation, write Joe Coscarelli and Ali Watkins. One of the charges he faces carries a minimum prison sentence of 25 years, if convicted. This is the most serious of a series of legal problems for 6ix9ine, whose recent song "Fefe" with Nicki Minaj reached number 3.
5. A new trailer for 'Lego Movie 2'.
The original "Lego movie" was much better than it was entitled to be: it was sweetly satirical and irreverently silly, and I loved it. The new trailer "Lego Movie 2"It features Rex Dangervest, who is the voice of Chris Pratt, just like our common man hero, Emmet. It seems that the sequel is going to focus on gender roles, and I'm excited to see it in February.
6. The end of glamor (in print)
Glamor it has become the latest magazine for women that cancels its print publication in favor of focusing on digital. This is "part of a general belt adjustment in Condé Nast" writes Jaclyn Peiser. The January edition (which will hit the kiosks on November 27) will be the last in its regular format.