“Macaulay Culkin & Brenda Song welcomed a son named Dakota” links

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Macaulay Culkin & Brenda Song had a baby, a son they named Dakota Song Culkin. I barely even remembered that they were together! [Dlisted]
What is Michael B. Jordan doing in that turtleneck? [Tom & Lorenzo]
SNL’s Lesbian Period Drama sketch was really good. [OMG Blog]
Love Regina King so much, but this Dior kind of sucks. [GFY]
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This is Pres. Biden’s pick for Commissioner of Customs and Border Protection. [Towleroad]
Amelia Hamlin’s romance with Scott Disick is featured on RHOBH. [JustJared]
The cop who murdered Daunte Wright claims she just meant to taser him. [Jezebel]
Carey Mulligan is really campaigning for an Oscar. [LaineyGossip]
Kanye West finally responded to Kim Kardashian’s divorce filing. [Buzzfeed]

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  1. Lorelei says:

    I’m so happy for Macaulay Culkin! A few years ago, some photos of him in NY surfaced in which he didn’t look very…healthy? And people claimed he was on all sorts of drugs. I don’t know or care if any of that was true, but am so glad to see that now he’s doing so well!

    It’s hard for every child star and he was the biggest one for so long. It just makes me happy to see him happy! Congrats to him.

  2. Case says:

    Macaulay Culkin and Brenda Song seem like a cute couple from what I’ve heard of them. Congrats to them on the baby!

    And LOL, Lesbian Period Drama was such a good SNL skit. Ammonite really did feel like a paint-by-numbers Portrait of a Lady on Fire remake.

  3. escondista says:

    I am not a fan of the name Dakota but when i heard it was after his sister who passed I immediately thought it was so sweet. A reminder to be less judgmental and more loving – especially now.

    • Anners says:

      Same!! And you’re right – the world needs more kindness and compassion, now more than ever.

  4. Lucky Charm says:

    How long have Macauley and Brenda been together? I thought she was engaged to Miley’s brother. Congrats to them and their new baby.

    • Christine says:

      They went through something messy back in 2015 and I believe they broke up then. She’s been with Mac since 2017

  5. The Recluse says:

    That SNL spoof had me cackling all over the couch. It nailed not only a specific art film, but many such ‘art’ films. They nailed it.
    And here’s hoping that Netflix show will bring in more tips about that stolen art.

  6. yup says:

    Eh, I guess I’m the only one who didn’t like the Lesbian Period Drama sketch. I thought it was stupid and distasteful. It gave me “straight people mocking Brokeback Mountain like it was a comedy film” flashbacks. Except for the part with Kate McKinnon lol

    “sex scenes so explicit you will know a man directed this” sure, for Blue Is the Warmest Color. But Portrait of a Lady on Fire was directed by a woman, and it is a really good film that deserved the praise.

    I might be a bit oversensitive, because this is an important and personal topic for me, but I don’t think make it fun of LGBT films as “pretentious” or “p*rn” is nice. Especially because a lot of those films speak of our suffering, and the suffering of LGBT people in a time period when being true to themselves was even harder than it is now.

    Sorry, English isn’t my first language.

    • TeamAwesome says:

      It was almost exactly Ammonite, though.

    • Joanna says:

      I haven’t watched it but it came as inappropriate to me as well just from the title alone.

    • Sansa says:

      this lezbean enjoyed the snl skit a lot! i don’t think it was criticizing portrait in particular (an outstanding film), gay films in general, or queer suffering so much as gently mocking the tropes we so often see in movies about lgbtq women. ammonitr in particular comes to mind. but i can think of half a dozen films that tick most of these boxes. i suspect kate mckinnon had a hand in writing this skit as well as appearing in it because the satire feels to me like it’s coming from an ultimately loving place, which i think is reflected in the youtube comments i’ve read.