Marvel’s ‘Eternals’ Spoilergate Proves How Insane Spoiler Culture Has Become

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This week:

Loving the new season of Insecure.
Having enough of spoilerphobes.
Being scarred by Nicole Kidman.
Getting burned by NPR.
Feeling seen by Adele.

Spoiler Alert: This Is About Spoilers

Someone tweeted something about a Marvel movie this week, and the internet lost its mind.

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Right-Wingers Are Exploiting a Woman’s Tragic Death to Troll Alec Baldwin

There are so many reasons why Halyna Hutchins should still be alive.
The 42-year-old mother and cinematographer was reportedly struck by a live round of ammunition from a prop gun on the set of Rust by the film’s star and producer, Alec Baldwin. Just hours before, the Los Angeles Times reported on Friday that camera crew workers—all of whom were members of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE)—walked off to protest labor conditions on the small film set.

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Right-Wingers Are Exploiting a Woman’s Tragic Death to Troll Alec Baldwin

There are so many reasons why Halyna Hutchins should still be alive.
The 42-year-old mother and cinematographer was reportedly struck by a live round of ammunition from a prop gun on the set of Rust by the film’s star and producer, Alec Baldwin. Just hours before, the Los Angeles Times reported on Friday that camera crew workers—all of whom were members of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE)—walked off to protest labor conditions on the small film set.

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Why Hollywood is Reluctant to Stop Using Real Guns as Props

On Thursday afternoon, a cinematographer named Halyna Hutchins was killed on the New Mexico set of a film called Rust when a prop gun loaded with blanks and discharged by the actor Alec Baldwin misfired. On Friday, the Los Angeles Times reported that, just hours before the accident, a number of camera crew workers walked off the set, citing mistreatment and poor working conditions. One person told the Times that the gun had misfired three times in the days before the accident and that there had been a “serious lack of safety meetings.

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Why Hollywood is Reluctant to Stop Using Real Guns as Props

On Thursday afternoon, a cinematographer named Halyna Hutchins was killed on the New Mexico set of a film called Rust when a prop gun loaded with blanks and discharged by the actor Alec Baldwin misfired. On Friday, the Los Angeles Times reported that, just hours before the accident, a number of camera crew workers walked off the set, citing mistreatment and poor working conditions. One person told the Times that the gun had misfired three times in the days before the accident and that there had been a “serious lack of safety meetings.

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Alec Baldwin’s Movie Set Was Plagued by Gun Misfires Before Halyna Hutchins’ Tragic Death

There were at least two prior incidents of a gun being misfired on the set of the upcoming Western film Rust in the days leading up to Alec Baldwin discharging a prop gun on Thursday that killed the film’s cinematographer and injured the director, The Daily Beast has learned.
According to a search warrant filed Friday, an assistant director handed Baldwin the gun and informed the actor the prop was safe to use. In reality, the firearm held live rounds, though the assistant director also did not know.

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Alec Baldwin’s Movie Set Was Plagued by Gun Misfires Before Halyna Hutchins’ Tragic Death

There were at least two prior incidents of a gun being misfired on the set of the upcoming Western film Rust in the days leading up to Alec Baldwin discharging a prop gun on Thursday that killed the film’s cinematographer and injured the director, The Daily Beast has learned.
According to a search warrant filed Friday, an assistant director handed Baldwin the gun and informed the actor the prop was safe to use. In reality, the firearm held live rounds, though the assistant director also did not know.

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Man United vs Liverpool: Wide players must work back, says Keown

KEOWN TALKS TACTICS: Man United need a slap in the face before going up against Liverpool… wide players MUST work back or Klopp’s men will blow them away

Manchester United are preparing to host their in-form rivals Liverpool 
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is on the brink and results have not been strong enough 
United’s wide players must do their bit and track back against Klopp’s men 
United have come from behind to win 15 games since the start of last season 

By Martin Keown for the Daily Mail
Published: 17:31 EDT, 22 October 2021 | Updated: 18:47 EDT, 22 Octo

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Man United vs Liverpool: Wide players must work back, says Keown

KEOWN TALKS TACTICS: Man United need a slap in the face before going up against Liverpool… wide players MUST work back or Klopp’s men will blow them away

Manchester United are preparing to host their in-form rivals Liverpool 
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is on the brink and results have not been strong enough 
United’s wide players must do their bit and track back against Klopp’s men 
United have come from behind to win 15 games since the start of last season 

By Martin Keown for the Daily Mail
Published: 17:31 EDT, 22 October 2021 | Updated: 18:47 EDT, 22 Octo

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Man United vs Liverpool: Wide players must work back, says Keown

KEOWN TALKS TACTICS: Man United need a slap in the face before going up against Liverpool… wide players MUST work back or Klopp’s men will blow them away

Manchester United are preparing to host their in-form rivals Liverpool 
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is on the brink and results have not been strong enough 
United’s wide players must do their bit and track back against Klopp’s men 
United have come from behind to win 15 games since the start of last season 

By Martin Keown for the Daily Mail
Published: 17:31 EDT, 22 October 2021 | Updated: 18:47 EDT, 22 Octo

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