Super Bowl Victory, Tom Brady Win, Super Spreader event, Commercials This week the world witnessed Tom Brady winning another super bowl with his new team the Tampa Bay Bucks over The Kansas City Chiefs in a blowout. Other highlights of Sunday's big game were the halftime performance of The Weeknd and of course funny super bowl commercials. Tetra Sphere • Writes Into the show asking us the following “The super butt and sports, in general, are super spreader events. no one seems to care or even think about it. a bunch of sweaty ass dudes spitting and touching and rubbing up against each other. Tackling each other spitting in each other's mouths? We are closing down small businesses but yet we allow for sports to remain open? Are we stupid? Lol. I can't open my business but yet a pointless f*****g game which means absolutely nothing is still in play... pun intended”
Britney Spears Conservatorship Case Heads Back to Court After a new documentary about Spears by The New York Times was shown, calls to #FreeBritney were joined by a new message: “We are sorry, Britney.” an old clip of Craig Ferguson explaining why he won't tell jokes about the pop star has resurfaced online. Ferguson then announced that he wouldn't be telling any jokes about Spears and suggested other members of the media handle the pop star in a more delicate manner. "People are falling apart, people are dying. That Anna Nicole Smith woman, she died. It's not a joke. It stops being funny then," he said. From The Hollywood Reporter, Seemingly referring to the documentary, Spears wrote, "Each person has their story and their take on other people’s stories !!!! We all have so many different bright beautiful lives !!! Remember, no matter what we think we know about a person's life it is nothing compared to the actual person living behind the lens!!!!"
Sony has made an "official offer" to Reeves, but the starring role in Kraven is not a done deal, according to a report from The Illuminerdi. Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige, a creative lead and producer on Sony's rebooted Spider-Man franchise set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, previously told ComicBook.com Marvel talks to Reeves "for almost every film we make. "I don't know when, if, or ever he'll join the MCU, but we very much want to figure out the right way to do it," Feige said of Reeves in the 2019 interview. Feige added Jake Gyllenhaal was approached "multiple times" before signing on as Mysterio in Spider-Man: Far From Home.