Pop Culture Fix: Aisha Tyler and Charlize Theron Want to Play Lesbian Wives in a “Die Hard” Remake

It’s Wednesday and this is your Pop Culture Fix!


+ Charlize Theron said:

+ And then Aisha Tyler said:

+ And I am sold!

+ Speaking of thrillers, Queen Latifah’s got a new one called End of the Road coming to Netflix!

+  The second Euphoria special will focus on Jules and is called “F*ck Anyone Who’s Not a Sea Blob.” It will land on HBO on January 24th.

+ grown-ish is back on January 21st.

+ We’re getting a second season of Feel Good!

+ Bi Selena star Noemi Gonzalez on queer Latinx representation in Hollywood.

+ I love this series at the AV Club: Harley Quinn and 3% explore what happens after you tear it all down.

+ TVLine has a first look at Riverdale‘s season five prom. Toni and Cheryl are there together; I wonder if they’ll get any lines to say out loud.

+ You can watch Viola Davis’ full 60 Minutes interview from Sunday night and you absolutely should.

+ The Glee cast is honoring Naya Rivera with a holiday fundraiser.

+ Pop Culture’s department stores taught us what to want for Christmas.

+ And finally, Slate’s review of A New York Christmas wedding is maybe my favorite headline of 2020: Ballad of a Flamboyantly Gay Dead Fetus.

Heather Hogan is an Autostraddle senior writer who lives in New York City with her partner, Stacy, and their cackle of rescued pets. She's a member of the Television Critics Association, the Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association, and a Rotten Tomatoes Tomatometer critic. You can also find her on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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    • scene opens: gentle snow falls. music (carolers) in the distance. footfalls in the snow are heard. the camera pans to follow footprints in the snow. it catches up to feet, in slippers, walking to a green recycle bin. a voice, slightly distant, is heard,

      “darling…”

      the feet speed up. the voice is louder,

      “DARLING…”

      the camera pans up (Aisha) is pouring (elegant) food scraps in the green waste bin as other footsteps are heard. the off-camera voice gets closer,

      “why do you insist on coming out here without your boots? if you get frostbite, and i am without your lovely toes to kiss…”

      (Charlize, in proper snow footwear) – with a kiss – picks (Aisha) up, cradling her in her arms, and carries (Aisha) back to the house.

      (Aisha): (giggle) i love you, too, worry wart.

      ominous music replaces the carolers. the view changes to be through a lens as a pictures of the couple are taken.

      end scene.

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