Gal Gadot Promotes Wonder Woman 1984

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Gal Gadot covers the new issue of EW, sharing an inside look at Wonder Woman’s journey from WWI to the neon-soaked ‘80s.

Natalie Portman is siding with her critics after being called out for working with few female directors.

-For some reason, Justin Bieber is talking about his sex life, telling fans “When I’m with my wife, we like to… You guys can guess what we do. It’s gets pretty crazy… that’s pretty much all we do…We like to watch movies, we like to Netflix and chill, but we definitely do more of the chilling.”

Constance Wu says she hasn’t seen Hustlers yet. Sounds like the Oscar voters.

-Congrats to Enrique Iglesias and Anna Kournikova, who welcomed their third child.

Aaron Paul and his wife give a tour of their rustic hideaway in Idaho and it’s heavenly.

-I love this take. Chris Messina absolutely deserves Pratt‘s spot on the Best Chrises List.

-That Renegade dance craze that’s sweeping TikTok was created by a 14-year-old girl — and she isn’t getting credit for it.

-I love that the Parks and Recreation actresses get together every Feb 13 for Galentine’s Day.

-Speaking of the Parks and Rec cast, they had a cute reunion at the Vanity Fair Oscar party.

-I still don’t believe the Jennifer Aniston and Jon Hamm rumours but still they persist.

-The comments on this tweet from all the cast members of The Good Place warm my heart.

Krysten Ritter has signed on to lead a dark comedy from the creator of Don’t Trust the B— in Apartment 23, which is an underrated gem.

-I had no real desire to watch Pete Davidson’s Netflix special to begin with, but this sealed it for me.

Kristin Scott Thomas and Sharon Horgan try to find their sound in the new trailer for Military Wives. I haven’t seen it but it was at TIFF and word of mouth was it’s adorable.

-It’s a good day when my entire Twitter timeline is thirsting over Dev Patel. He plays Sir Gawain in the new trailer for The Green Knight.

 

Lili Reinhart Goes Glam for Allure

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-I love everything about the styling of Riverdale star Lili Reinhart‘s Allure cover spread.

Macaulay Culkin‘s Esquire cover story is great. He talks about wanting to start a family with girlfriend Brenda Strong (“We’re figuring it out, making the timing work'”), he once again comments on his relationship with Michael Jackson (“He never did anything to me. I never saw him do anything. And especially at this flash point in time, I’d have no reason to hold anything back. The guy has passed on. If anything…right now is a good time to speak up. And if I had something to speak up about, I would totally do it”), and he calls out James Franco for asking him about it when he saw him on a plane (“I give him a little nod as we’re putting our bags overhead. Hey, how you doing? Good, how ya doing? And it was right after the Leaving Neverland documentary came out, and he goes, ‘So, that documentary!’ And that was all he said. I was like, ‘Uh-huh.’ Silence. So then he goes, ‘So what do you think?’ And I turned to him and I go, ‘Do you wanna talk about your dead friend?’ And he sheepishly went, ‘No, I don’t.’ So I said, ‘Cool, man, it was nice to see you'”).

Brad Pitt‘s didn’t just win an Oscar. This award season has rehabilitated his image — and now he even has a gushing People cover story to prove it.

Sophie Turner is pregnant and expecting her first child with Joe Jonas. I don’t know why I thought she was way older than 23.

Jessica Chastain and James McAvoy‘s friendship is goals. They recently shot a movie in Toronto and were spotted hanging out together all over Yorkville during their downtime.

Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union introduced the world to their 12-year-old transgender child Zaya with a sweet message.  Wade‘s oldest child, who just celebrated his 18th birthday, also shared photos from earlier in their childhood with a lovely message of support.

Lana Condor told a story on James Corden‘s show about how she thought she was stealthily following David Beckham around a Whole Foods until he called her out on it.

-Speaking of Lana, in honour of PS: I Still Love You dropping on Netflix today, Netflix has made To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before available for anyone — even if you don’t have a Netflix account.

Jameela Jamil‘s bad month continues. Now she’s refuting claims that she has Munchausen Syndrome after a Tweet went viral with screengrabs of all the interviews she’s given in which she discusses a wide array of ailments.

-Since she wore her Oscar cape, Natalie Portman‘s history with female directors has been called in question, but it seems like she’s championed women directors and attempted to work with them more than a lot of other actors have.

-Meanwhile, let’s take a look at famous actors’ track records. Tom Cruise, Will Smith, Ryan Gosling and Matt Damon have never worked with female directors. Keanu Reeves does better with 13 female directors (out of 69 films) and David Oyelowo is doing best: he worked with 5 female directors in 2018 alone.

Lauren Graham is playing the Gordon Bombay role in The Mighty Ducks reboot for Disney+ and I dig it.

Rick Moranis is returning from a 24-year acting hiatus to star in a Honey, I Shrunk the Kids reboot.

-We have our first trailer for Wes Anderson‘s The French Dispatch, starring Timothée Chalamet, Sairsoe Ronan, Bill Murray, Owen Wilson, Adrien Brody, Benicio Del Toro, Tilda Swinton, Léa Seydoux, Frances McDormand, and Jeffrey Wright.

Sandra Bullock Grills Jennifer Aniston For Interview

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Jennifer Aniston was interviewed by Sandra Bullock, and they dug into the Friends star’s uneasy childhood (“Growing up in a household that was destabilized and felt unsafe, watching adults being unkind to each other, and witnessing certain things about human behavior made me think: ‘I don’t want to do that. I don’t want to be that. I don’t want to experience this feeling I’m having in my body right now. I don’t want anyone else that I ever come in contact with ever to feel that'” ), and their shared exes (“We both partook of Tate [Donovan]”). The best part of it is Bullock’s jokey admonishments (“Jennifer, I’m asking you. I’m the interviewer. Don’t ask me questions. You are to respond. Let’s just stick to the protocol” and “You’re just talking too fucking much, Jennifer. Pipe down”).

-In his new cover story for Harper’s Bazaar, Noah Centineo talks about getting sober (“I smoked a lot of things. I was really upset, man. It was a really dark time in my life”) gushes about girlfriend Alexis Ren (“It’s the longest relationship I’ve ever been in. She’s very good at monogamy. Actually, I love monogamy too”), and says he’s not into one-night stands (“Dude, you ever actually have one? Ninety percent of the time, they’re not good”).

-I’ve never related to Greta Gerwig more than in this video of her losing her shit over meeting Jerry from Cheer. Here’s the full clip Laura Dern, Billie Eilish, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Kathy Bates, Indina Menzel and Robin Roberts also fangirled over him.

-ABC is responding to reports that The Bacholor’s Peter Weber ends up with a producer and not one of the remaining contestants. It’s the plot of Unreal!

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle had dinner with Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez when they were in Miami last week.

-Meanwhile, the Queen has summoned them back to the UK for royal duties.

Taika Waititi has recruited Jennifer Kaytin Robinson to help write the next Thor movie. She’s the creator of MTV’s Sweet/Vicious, a spiky show that I adored.

Sandra Oh and Dan Levy met Joni Mitchell at an Oscars party and then “walked away and held each other tightly for an hour.”

-Birds of Prey is being renamed to Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey. I can’t remember a time when a film has been renamed mid-release. (Also, it only cost $84M to make so it will likely make back its budget.

-Empire alum Jussie Smollett is reportedly facing new charges over his 2019 claims that he was attacked by two men.

The Hunt now has a release date after Trump tried to get it blocked.