Rihanna is a Mom

Rihanna and A$AP Rocky reportedly welcomed their first child together on May 13. Rumour has it it’s a boy.

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.

Taylor Swift Shares Her “Life Hacks” with New Grads

Taylor Swift was given an honorary doctorate of fine arts from NYU today and gave a commencement speech, saying, “My experience has been that my mistakes led to the best things in my life…A lot of the time when we lose things, we gain things too” and “No matter how hard you try to avoid being cringe, you will look back on your life and cringe.”

Riley Keough is making her directorial debut at Cannes with a movie about Lakota men on the Pine Ridge reservation. The Wrap did a big feature about why this is ok, but it’s probably not.

Lori Harvey wore more than 130 carats of diamonds on the Cannes red carpet.

-At Cannes, Tom Cruise confirmed he wouldn’t allow Top Gun: Maverick to debut on streaming. “I make movies for the big screen.”

-Rolling Stone published an account of Taylor Hawkins’ final days, with friends saying he was hesitant about returning to the relentless pace of touring and told multiple people he “couldn’t fucking do it anymore.” But the Foo Fighters say they “dispute Hawkins’ friends’ characterizations of how he was feeling” and Pearl Jam drummer Matt Cameron and Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith have both publicly apologized on social media for participating in the article, saying their quotes were taken out of context.

-I want all the gossip about the Barbie movie. All of it.

-If I had Brie Larson‘s abs, I’d only wear this dress from now on.

Amber Heard broke down on the stand about how she wishes Johnny Depp would stop with the constant lawsuits. “He once again makes me have to speak to the most horrifying things I have lived through. It’s torturous. I want to move on with my life. I have a baby; I want to move on. I want Johnny to move on too.”

-Meanwhile, when celebs like Lance Bass do shit like this, or the entire internet seems to be on Team Depp, how must survivors be feeling right now? How likely are women going to feel comfortable speaking up after this, when the world seems to be ignoring the fact the UK courts found 12 credible, well-documented examples of his abuse? Especially since Depp fans are now moving on to other targets, like Evan Rachel Wood.  We went from #MeToo and “believe women” to…whatever the hell this is.

Sandra Oh and Julianne Moore will star in an adaptation of Margaret Atwood‘s revenge thriller Stone Mattress. The Lynne Ramsay movie will be set on a cruise ship, where the smooth sailing is disturbed by a shocking crime.

Cara Delevingne, Shirley MacLaine  and Amy Schumer get in on the action in the trailer for season two of Only Murders in the Building.

-I haven’t watched Riverdale since season 1, but are they really doing multiverse stuff? And superpowers???

-At Disney+ upfronts yesterday, people seemed really excited by the short footage shown of the Enchanted sequel (as well as the new Hocus Pocus).

-Meanwhile, while Netflix is hemorrhaging users and laying people off, Disney+ is poised to grab the streaming crown.

-Here’s the first trailer for Jennifer Lopez‘s new documentary Halftime, which will premiere at Tribeca before hitting Netflix on June 14.

-Here’s the trailer for Billy Eichner’s gay rom-com Bros, directed by Nicholas Stoller. Not only does it look great, it features an entirely LGBTQ principal cast — even in the straight characters.

Sarah Jessica Parker & Matthew Broderick On Their 30-Year Relationship

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Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick did a joint interview for THR, and talked about the backlash to And Just Like That (“We care that they’re engaged and enjoying it, flipped out, upset, thrilled, devastated, but you can’t have a result in mind and then try to back into it with the writing”), how she hasn’t spoken to Chris Noth since he was dropped from the show when the sexual abuse allegations broke (“I don’t even know if I’m ready to talk about it, but I don’t think … I wasn’t reacting as a producer”), and doing a play together (“We’ve never spent this much time together ever, even before we had kids”).

Jason Momoa is reportedly dating Eiza González, and it’s serious enough his camp seems to be giving quotes about it to People. (Or maybe he’s trying to distract from the Sistine Chapel thing.)

-This sentence sounds fake but it isn’t: Helen Mirren and Harrison Ford are heading to the small screen in a Yellowstone spinoff.

Cara Delevingne‘s was WILD at the Billboard Awards, and it’s no wonder Megan Thee Stallion cropped her out of the photos she shared on IG.

Kourtney Kardashian shared more pics from her wedding to Travis Barker.

-Poor Britney Spears. She announced that she and her fiance Sam Asghari had a miscarriage in an Instagram post on Saturday.

-This is a good interview with Jack Antonoff about music, but mostly because it also touches on his relationships with Margert Qualley, Lena Dunham, Scarlett Johansson.

Amber Heard testified today that the size of her role in the upcoming Aquaman sequel was reduced because of the ongoing controversy around her breakup with Johnny Depp.

-People are having a lot of strong reactions to this Vanity Fair piece on the Star Wars universe, mostly because Kathleen Kennedy says recasting doesn’t work (despite the fact that they’re debuting a series this week starring an actor recast as the younger version of the original).

-The makers of The Staircase doc feel “betrayed” by HBO Max’s dramatic adaptation starring Colin Firth.

Edie Falco will play Pete Davidson’s mother in the Peacock series Bupkis.

-After a long break, Charlie Brooker’s Black Mirror will return to Netflix for season six.

-The Boys are back on June 3. Here’s the trailer for the new season.

-Here’s the trailer for Netflix’s Spiderhead, starring Chris Hemsworth as a scientist who runs a state-of-the-art penitentiary and performs mind-altering drug trials on his prisoners (including Miles Teller and Jurnee Smollett).

-The first trailer for Disney+’s She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, starring Tatiana Maslany and Mark Ruffalo, just dropped. I laughed multiple times so I’m digging the tone but visually when she hulks out it looks…not good?