Browsing Tag

Milo Ventimiglia

Sterling K. Brown Got To Finish His Emmy Speech

-It was BS (and incredibly bad optics) to let Nicole Kidman speak forever, but to play Sterling K Brown off in the middle of his Emmy speech. But he finished it backstage and it was glorious.

-Feud’s Jackie Hoffman having a fake meltdown after losing to Laura Dern was my favourite part of the Emmy’s.

-Also, did anyone else notice that when Kidman talked about her kids in her speech, she left out the ones she’d adopted with Tom Cruise? Do you think they’ve cut ties with her completely for being an SP?

-Overall, the Emmy’s were great. When Game of Thrones isn’t allowed to play, you end up with a bunch of diverse winners like Riz Ahmed, Donald Glover, and Lena Waithe making history, Hulu breaking through big time, and female-focused fare taking the lead. (That Sean Spicer appearance was total crap, though.)

-This photo of Elisabeth Moss celebrating with Jon Hamm makes me happy.

-I was so annoyed by Shailene Woodley‘s tone-deaf quotes on the red carpet. Maybe don’t slam TV at an event celebrating TV, mm-kay?

-The Walking Dead’s Jeffrey Dean Morgan and One Tree Hill’s Hilarie Burton confirmed they are expecting baby No. 2 with some red carpet belly cupping.  I always forget those two are together, but I dig it.

Milo Ventimiglia took his rumoured new girlfriend (a marketing coordinator for Stella McCartney) as his Emmys date.

Ben Affleck plus-one’d it last night.

-Grey’s Anatomy alum Kate Walsh revealed she was diagnosed with a brain tumor two years ago, but she’s fine now and is urging everyone to get checked.

-It was a tumultuous weekend on social media for Kevin Hart. He admitted to cheating on his pregnant wife, posting an emotional video apologizing to his wife and kids following an alleged extortion attempt by the woman he hooked up with.

-Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri got a major boost for its Oscar prospects on Sunday by winning TIFF’s People’s Choice Award. I voted for it. (I will say it’s weird that no one seems to be talking about the fact that the TIFF app — which is where you vote — did not list Call Me By Your Names as an option. It was clearly a bug, but I bet the results would have been different if the app worked.)

-Here’s our first look at David Tennant and Michael Sheen in Good Omens, Amazon’s Neil Gaiman series. I can’t wait!

-Audiences hate Jennifer Lawrence‘s ‘Mother!’, giving it a CinemaScore of F. Do you know how hard it is to get a score that low?!

Leah Remini says Jada Pinkett Smith is secretly a Scientologist and that Tom Cruise likes to host adult games of hide and seek.  Sounds totally normal…

Kelly Clarkson is so not a fan of Dr. Luke that she turned down potential millions in royalties just they wouldn’t share a writing credit. Bless her.

Amber Tamblyn capped off her killer week with an op-ed in the New York Times in response to being called a liar by actor James Woods.  “I have been afraid of speaking out or asking things of men in positions of power for years.”

-Wait wait wait — there’s a tribute album for Tegan & Sara‘s The Con? And CHVRCHES does a cover of “Call It Off”? Just take my money now.

-I don’t watch horror movies but this trailer really builds.

-Speaking of trailers, I’m not sure if I can handle a new Blake Lively one on a Monday. Knock yourself out, though:

 

 

Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik Make Waves on Vogue

gigi-zayn-vogue-cover-2017

-Vogue did a cover about gender fluidity, though I don’t think hetero couple Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik talking about swapping clothes is probably the right way to do it.

-How the hell is Blake Lively in talks for a spy franchise? The fact that she continues to get movie work while Leighton Meester doesn’t is insane.

Gwyenth Paltrow‘s GOOP is defending its health advice and doctors with a series of posts revisiting its most controversial topics and “offering our contributing M.D.’s a chance to articulate theirs, in a respectful and substantive manner.” First up: those jade eggs you’re supposed to stick in your vagina. (Spoiler: the doc gets very defensive.)

Donnie Wahlberg left a $2,000 tip at a Waffle House, proving his still the best Wahlberg.

Arcade Fire has a new song out called “Electric Blue.”

-Thousands of confidential documents were released in Walking Dead creator Frank Darabont‘s lawsuit against AMC, and while everyone is focused on his obscene emails (which are definite worth a read), it’s the financial info and behind-the-scenes scoop that has me intrigued. After Darabont moved the second season to one set location — a farmhouse — to accommodate the network’s insane budget cuts, AMC executives demanded to see ALL of the season’s scripts up front before shooting. No show has those ready. I was also shocked by the bonuses for Emmy and Golden Globe awards ($25,000 for each nomination, $50,000 for each win).

-Speaking of Emmys, the nominations came out this morning and they felt like a big step backwards compared to last year. The biggest oversight is the lack of love for The Leftovers, which blew away everything else on TV this season. Carrie Coon didn’t even get a nod (though she did for Fargo, which no one is even talking about anymore). Others feeling the lack of love: The Americans, Insecure, Justin Theroux, Rami Malek (who won last year), The Good Place. And who the hell is still voting for House of Cards?! There were some nice surprises though, including noms for Pamela Aldon, Aziz Anzari, Donald Glover, Milo Ventimiglia, Atlanta, Kimmy Schmidt, Stranger Things, and This is Us.

-At least Twitter’s reactions to the Emmys snub of The Leftovers are hilarious.

-Atlanta’s Brian Tyree Henry and his BFF, This Is Us’ Sterling K. Brown, called each other and “screamed a little bit” after getting their Emmy noms this morning.

Ezra Miller‘s The Flash teams up with Batman and Wonder Woman in a new Justice League photo.

-Wonder Woman is holding better than any superhero movie in 15 years.

John Oliver told Stephen Colbert that he now wishes he hadn’t made his “Stupid Watergate” joke. “We are turbo-f***ed.”

Brie Larson tries to survive her unconventional parents, played by Naomi Watts and Woody Harrelson, in The Glass Castle trailer.

Ryan Reynolds Continues to Win Twitter

Ryan Reynolds helped a teen get over her ex with some perfect Photoshop advice.

-I tend to really like Andrew Garfield, but he kind of stepped in it with this one.  “I am a gay man right now just without the physical act – that’s all.” Um, no.

Blac Chyna‘s is reportedly exploring legal options against Rob Kardashian after he posted nudes of her on social media yesterday. As she should.

-Meanwhile, Rob‘s family is reportedly “deeply disappointed and frustrated” by his actions. “They are ashamed the war has become a public spectacle and hurting the family name.” Guys, just let that sink in for a sec.

-Congrats to Patton Oswalt, who is engaged to Meredith Salenger. It may seem soon, but that dude deserves all the happy.

-This video of celebrities speak-singing The Spice Girls features Nicole Kidman, Riz Ahmed, Keri Russell, Milo Ventimiglia and more. It’s very cute.

-Vanity Fair digs deep into Johnny Depp’s financial crisis.

-Shocking report: Prince Harry is NOT leaving the royal family for love, despite OK!’s latest cover story.

Seth Rogen‘s Twitter interactions with his mother are hilarious.

Kesha released a lovely new song out and penned a deeply personal essay for Lenny. “I know that I was never abandoned by my fans, my animals, or my family, but when you are depressed — really, truly depressed — you feel like you have nothing.”

Rihanna and Hasaan Jameel have reportedly been ‘hooking up for a few months’ but managed to keep it on the DL until last week.

-Look, I love me a little Justin Baldoni from Jane the Virgin, but does the world really need a men’s talk show?  Because the place where men get to talk is basically called the world.

-How To Get Away with Murder’s Charlie Weber talks about falling in love with Liza Weil on the set.

-It looks like Taylor Lautner and Billie Lourd are dunzo.

-CBS’s statement on the Hawaii Five-O shakeup and how they made ‘large and significant’ salary offers is supposed to make to Daniel Dae Kim and Grace Park look greedy for not accepting, but it just shows us how CBS has been paying them much less all along. The showrunner’s statement also tries to put the blame squarely on the actors.

Steve Yeun talks about life after The Walking Dead in this new Vulture profile. I heart him.

-I’m looking at this photographic evidence of George Clooney holding a bassinet and I still kinda don’t believe it? My mind is buffering.

Gwyneth Paltrow‘s ‘pale, dreamy’ loft in NYC has finally sold for $10 million.

-I don’t know why the latest edition of GOOP includes a story about the Illuminati, but I’ve never been more interested in it.

-TV networks are purposely misspelling show names to avoid bad Nielsen ratings. Lolz.

-The Hills’  Lauren Conrad​ welcomed her 1st child: Liam James.

Jimmy‘s beard in the new You’re The Worst promo is hilariously tragic.

Toni Collette, Molly Shannon, and Bridget Everett enjoy a Fun Mom Dinner in this new trailer. (Um, why is Toni orange?!?)