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–Adriana Lima has picked up the pregnancy style torch, showing off her bare bump on the Cannes red carpet.
-The Cannes crowd loved Top Gun: Maverick.
–Margot Robbie is set to star in new Ocean’s Eleven film that’s reportedly a prequel set in ’60s Europe.
–Kim Kardashian and I have something in common: we both love Red Lobster.
-To promote her new bubbly drink line, Blake Lively talked to Forbes, and she says she’s become more comfortable in her skin since having kids. “I never felt more myself or at ease in my own body or more confident — not to say that there aren’t a bevy of insecurities coming at me a million times a day, but I just feel incredibly settled.”
-This is a very good thread on the Depp/Heard trial. “The circus around the Depp/Heard trial will insidiously damage the way we think about and talk about abuse and sexual violence for decades. It will indirectly hurt millions of victims who feel less safe getting help, speaking up, and seeking justice.”
-A new series about Marvel’s Daredevil starring Charlie Cox is in the works at Disney+.
-Barry has been renewed for Season 4 at HBO, with Bill Hader set to direct all eight episodes. I’ve been listening to his weekly recaps on The Ringer podcast and it’s pretty impressive how clear his vision for this show is.
-The cast of Riverdale can finally rejoice — the show is ending with season 7.
-Kerry Washington says she used to refuse to answer which of her Scandal co-stars she liked to kiss better, Tony Goldwyn or Scott Foley. “I thought I was keeping the peace by saying, ‘I don’t like kissing either one of them.’ They were both pretty pissed for years.” Ok, but blind item readers know the real answer, right?
-Oh god. MTV is rebooting The Hills with a new cast.
-Here’s the new trailer for Where The Crawdads Sing starring Daisy Edgar-Jones.
–Kenyan Lonsdale, Dylan Sprouse and Sarah Hyland star in the trailer for the gay romantic comedy My Fake Boyfriend.
–Chris Pratt returns to the small screen this July in Prime Video’s limited series The Terminal List.