“Sean Penn is no longer ‘in love’ with making movies or whatever” links


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Ham impersonator Sean Penn is not “in love” with movies anymore. [Dlisted]
Emily Blunt’s stylist continues to do her dirty. [Go Fug Yourself]
Margot Robbie doesn’t need Quentin Tarantino. [LaineyGossip]
How many episodes will you watch to give a TV show “a chance”? [Pajiba]
Khloe Kardashian will be giving birth in Cleveland. [Starcasm]
Black Panther is the most tweeted-about movie of all time. [Buzzfeed]
Amber Rose’s son loves Taylor Swift and that’s okay. [The Blemish]
Everybody hates Kim Zolciak, I’m pretty sure. [Reality Tea]
Michael Che, still a douchebag. [Jezebel]
Timothee Chalamet *and* Joel Edgerton? Yes, please. [Looper]

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  1. Meggles says:

    So Sean Penn is basically Rachel slurring, “I’m. Over. You.” months after Ross started dating someone else, right?

  2. Mia4s says:

    So that means he’s going away right…right?

    *Tentatively holds bottle of champagne to pop once confirmation received*

  3. minx says:

    Ham impersonator, perfect.
    So Khloe is picking up some newborn in Cleveland, make sense.

  4. LittlefishMom says:

    He needs to be in love with finding a comb.

  5. MoAnne says:

    The feeling is mutual, Sean. I’m certainly not in love with seeing your face on the screen, either. What a self-important wind bag.

    “Ham impersonator”! Bwa-ha. Good one.

  6. Truthie says:

    Apologies to the world, I still love Michael Che.

  7. manta says:

    Black Panther is the most tweeted movie OF ALL TIME?
    You mean more than Gone with the Wind or Titanic?
    I understand the need for hyperbole sometimes but the ” of all time” for a thing not even 20 years old made me chuckle.
    But congratulation to the film anyway.

    • Milla says:

      Titanic is stupid and i don’t even like superhero movies.

      Gone with the wind is old, the story is problematic, so why not? Black panther, at least, is significant.

      • manta says:

        You totally missed my point which was by no way about the content of these movies but rather about the absurdity of the expression “of all time ” associated with tweeter, as if the thing had been around since the dawn of cinema.
        Hence my pick of older successful movies (regardless of their stories ).
        But thanks for pointing to me that Gone with the Wind is old.

    • tealily says:

      I’m sure people sometimes tweet about those classic movies, but it’s been many, many years since there were enormous audiences excitedly discussing them, and that all happened in a pre-Twitter world. It’s not “hyperbole” to point out that Black Panther has been tweeted about more than any other movie, it’s just a fact. As you rightly point out, Twitter hasn’t been around that long.

      • manta says:

        I understand that my initial sarcasm didn’t translate through a keyboard.
        Yes it’ s a fact .Being in awe of it’s some kind of exploit in all of the history of mankind or the universe is hyperbolic.
        Which mega success of the last decades could realistically achieve that with the tool being used on a large scale for 10 years?

    • magnoliarose says:

      I don’t understand your meaning.
      For Twitter, it is the most tweeted movie since the platform was created, so all time fits. It isn’t saying anything about comparisons to other films except those that were discussed on Twitter.
      It does mean something. The implications for black actors and actresses are enormous. These types of headlines and achievements prove all the nonsense about minorities, and their appeal in films is garbage. This film beat out all the other superhero films across the board.

      Just like Wonder Woman proved them wrong.

  8. mela says:

    I watched the EL Chapo series with the latina actress that he used to get close to El Chapo for his dumb article.

    He is a piece of WORK!

    YUCK

    • Ally says:

      Ugh, I can’t bear to watch that. What in particular bothered you about him there?

      • mela says:

        He is a total opportunist and his naiveté about the cartel was pretty shocking. It was almost just downright ignorant.

        My impression was the latina actress was just a pawn to Shawn and El Chapo, it was sad. Her life is at risk because of what Sean did- and she thought Sean cared about her as a friend and maybe more (it comes across that her and Sean were sleeping together).

        Can you imagine some guy wooing you, texting you, traveling with you, sleeping with you and then totally stabs you in the back in order to publish his pathetic article? He put her life in danger by what he did and he did it without a second thought. She came across as really hurt and blind sided. She is a very accomplished woman from a family of Mexican actors, she isn’t some hollywood Stormy Daniels type.

        I just got this feeling she was nothing more than a sex object to him and a stepping stool to chapo (I’m latina and sometimes it feels like white guys think we’re exotic objects and it’s creepy).

      • Ally says:

        Thank you for laying that out. Makes perfect sense. Amazing how guys like this always find ways to be users.

  9. Ally says:

    “Ham impersonator Sean Penn is not “in love” with movies anymore.”
    - Right back at ya, face for radio and voice for silent movies!

    “Margot Robbie doesn’t need Quentin Tarantino.”
    - Omg, that post is so good. Nice to see Lainey’s site graduate to this kind of analysis after years of picking on ‘difficult starlets’.

    “How many episodes will you watch to give a TV show “a chance”?”
    - Ten minutes. If it’s not good, it doesn’t get better, in my pained experience.

    “Michael Che, still a douchebag.”
    - My douche-dar is still batting 100.

  10. lucy2 says:

    K, thanx, bye, Sean.

    That Lainey article is GREAT. (that may be the first time I’ve ever said that). Seriously it’s worth the read.

  11. nikzilla says:

    Michael Che is the least of our concerns.

  12. Ocjulia says:

    HAM IMPERSONATOR

    ::dies::

  13. sean says:

    I think movies fell out of love with him 20 years ago, so it works out well for everyone

  14. Parigo says:

    Good for Margot, I hope she doesn’t do this movie,

  15. babu says:

    Sean,
    I am truly wondering what you were up to in the evenings in Haiti …

  16. WMGDtoo says:

    Sean is problematic. He is a great actor. A person can be many things at the same time.

    • Fleur says:

      Interesting, so many people share that opinion about him being a great actor. I can, to some degree, divorce an artist from his work. I still enjoy the Cosby Show, for example. But I’ve never been a fan of Penn’s work, specifically his ability in his craft. Every time I see him on screen, I just see Sean Penn “acting” instead of seeing the character. Maybe my perception of him has always colored that opinion. I knew him as Madonna’s moody/violent ex before I saw him on screen as an actor, and in this once instance I can’t seem to separate the two views, regardless of the quality of the film he’s making.

    • magnoliarose says:

      His performances in the 90s were top notch, and Milk was great. His character in Carlito’s Way was the best thing from that movie. He has a load of talent.
      But he is a garbage person. Probably a lot of it is because of drugs, and a lot of it is because he is just an ass.
      I will still watch his old movies. Dead Man Walking for one.
      But I have no interest in anything else he ever does.

  17. mannori says:

    Sean’s face on that photos is of one who’s been binging hard on coke and booze for a whole weekend while whining and crying to one annoyed and eye-rolling prostitute hired just to listen to his angry rants.

  18. holly hobby says:

    Well we need a break from his ham face too so the feeling is mutual. Sean Penn’s acting amounts to a lot of brooding and anger. I haven’t seen joy in that one since Ridgemont High and that episode of Friends. Otherwise it’s a big no for me.