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Luke Macfarlane's Gym Tour + CNN = MAGA + Timothée Chalamet Lauded + Suicide By Plane Averted + See Evan Peters As Jeffrey Dahmer + MORE! — 12-PACK

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Bros is out September 30. (GIF via GIPHY) VARIETY: Luke Macfarlane could show up in your gym. WAPO: Time to leave CNN in the dustbin of history — its new boss wants to remake it as Trump-friendly, and is shit-canning serious journalists to do so.

Whoever stays is garbage. I'm looking at you, Don and Anderson. The villain? Christ Licht: Several current and former CNN employees who spoke with The Washington Post — most of whom spoke on the condition of anonymity to speak candidly — are interpreting the sudden exodus as evidence that Licht, who joined the network as chairman and CEO in May, is starting his tenure by casting out voices that had often been critical of former president Donald Trump and his allies, in an effort to present a new, more ideologically neutral CNN.

That aligns with a vision repeatedly expressed by David Zaslav, the chief executive of Warner Bros. Discovery. GREG IN HOLLYWOOD: Tuc, yeah!

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