If you Google “James Cameron is an asshole,” you’ll get a list of stories longer than the running time of his movies, which are the CVS receipts of movies. And I’m not talking about James Cameron hating on a movie about a mythical fish man not being realistic enough, or how Wonder Woman is an objectified icon that we should not be praising. I’m talking about the stories of how working with James Cameron is about as pleasant as running a mile while wearing nothing but a thong made of rusty piano wire. James has a reputation of being Hollywood’s answer to Kim Jon-un, and he recently brought that up and said he regrets acting that way and wishes he could be more like Ron Howard. Don’t we fucking all?!
Scott Baio Thinks Ron Howard’s “Happy Days” Reunion Is “Shameful” But John Stamos Is Happy To Take His Place
Ron Howard is being accused of ruining MAGA’s favorite TV show, Happy Days, by getting on a Zoom call with a few old cast members to raise funds for the Democratic Party of Wisconsin. Never mind that Happy Days was a spectacularly dumb show that literally jumped the shark mid-run and is perhaps most well known for its theme song which repeatedly suggests that Sunday is the first day of the week which never sat right with me (even though I now understand it to be technically correct). But the worst thing about Happy Days (besides making me think Milwaukee was actually the 1950s therefore Grease must also take place in Milwaukee since Lavern & Shirley did, which somehow also meant that I Love Lucy took place there too), was fucking Chachi. Even before Scott Baio accepted Donald Trump as his lord and savior, Chachi was the worst.
Oh! Hey Chachi. Apologies, I didn’t see you.
On Tuesday, it was announced that Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, the directors of the stand-alone Han Solo movie (starring Alden Ehrenreich as Young Han and Donald Glover as Young Lando Calrissian), left three and a half weeks before production was scheduled to finish. There were also five weeks of reshoots scheduled. Today, Disney announced that Ron Howard will get into the cockpit of the Millennium Falcon and take it from there.