Question of the day
Our last question asked: Why was Oscar-nominated actor Maggie Gyllenhaal recently (reportedly) told she would not be cast to play the love interest opposite a 55-year-old male actor? She tells The Wrap that it was because she was deemed "too old." Gyllenhaal is, um, 37.
Congratulations to Amy B. Wang of The Arizona Republic for being the very first to correctly answer with that ridiculous tidbit of knowledge! Honorable mentions go out to Sara Jacobson, Craig Pittman, David Daniel, Tom Dines, Toni Antonetti, Carrie Gray, Jessica M. Pasko, Ken Walker, Judyth Mermelstein, "lebvs," Chris Lombardi (who snarks "only jailbait-looking need apply. #sick), Matisse Bustos-Hawkes (who adds in Cher Horowitz fashion, "as if!"), Edirin Oputu, Chuck Tanowitz (who notes "Somewhere @amyschumer is already writing a skit." Actually, she kinda already nailed that, Chuck!), Travel Fit, EverettEditor, Hollywood Highlands, Francis Hinchey, and Cindi Lash, who all responded with reactions as incredulous as our own.
As for today's question, here it is: What is Poynter's Ben Mullin calling "the Holy Grail of corrections," demonstrated by NPR?
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