We Do Not Know Our Celebrities, At All

We’ll never stop pretending we do, though.

This week, a massive feature on disgraced television showrunner (and blockbuster auteur) Joss Whedon dropped in New York magazine (where, full disclosure, I am a contributing editor). The piece, written and reported in fantastic, thorough, utterly fair fashion by Lila Shapiro, is more complex and nuanced than I think it has…

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I write about these tumultuous times 3x a week. Author of five books, including “How Lucky.” NYMag/MLB.. Founder, Deadspin. https://williamfleitch.substack.com

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I write about these tumultuous times 3x a week. Author of five books, including “How Lucky.” NYMag/MLB.. Founder, Deadspin. https://williamfleitch.substack.com

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