-I’m not sure I’m feeling the wrinkly material on the halter dress Emma Watson wore to today’s Noah premiere. She fares much better in her new Elle photo spread, where she talks about growing up in public. “There are all these actresses who have emerged in the last year or two, and they get to emerge as this complete human being. And I’m so jealous!”
-Speaking of Potter alums, I saw an early screening of Daniel Radcliffe‘s The F Word (which I really liked) and during the Q&A the director said they were thinking of changing the title to What If, which the audience booed. I guess he didn’t listen to us.
–Selena Gomez was spotted without Justin Bieber, offering the world a chance to momentarily unclench.
-Once again, Seth Rogen slammed Justin Bieber. “He’s obnoxious, he’s ungrateful, he’s insincere.”
-Meanwhile, Seth named all the stars he’s smoked pot with — and surprisingly he says James Franco isn’t one of them.
–Lena Dunham looks amazing on the new cover of Glamour.
-If Aaron Paul‘s marriage ever falls apart, I feel like we’re all going to need to take care of him because he’ll be a mess. Like, there’ll be a phone tree and a casserole dropoff schedule.
-Do TV stars even need to transition to movies anymore? It seems so old school and backwards.
-The Olsen sisters are on an engagement streak. Two weeks after Mary-Kate‘s proposal, younger sis Elizabeth is getting hitched.
-Despite my totally indifference to Star Wars VII, it would be great for Jesse Plemons‘ career if he landed the lead. Texas forever!
-In other good career moves, Nicholas Hoult is set to star in the Iraqi war drama Sand Castle.
–Stan‘s beard is back (and on the move) in this new Mad Men photo.
–Victoria Beckham uses her treadmill desk while wearing high heels. Of course she does.
-The comedy bits on Seth Meyers‘ talk show don’t really land, as you can see from this zombie interruption during Norman Reedus‘ interview.
–Fallon also had a great bit with Audra McDonald singing Yahoo Answers.
-If you don’t remember where Game of Thrones left off, this 25-minute recap of season 3 should get you up to speed before April 6.
–Jason Derulo‘s new video is packed with celebrity cameos.
-Divergent star Theo James looks a lot like James Franco here.
-Want to see some extremely blurry video of Rihanna and Drake walking around Manchester and (possibly) holding hands?
-Also, Rihanna got Drake hooked on Breaking Bad, according to Aaron Paul.
-Crap, this makes me want to see Les Miz on Broadway.
-These photos from Robin and Barney’s wedding on How I Met Your Mother underscore what a crappy job the writers did at making Robin seem like a real person who lives in the world and has actual friends.
-How is Shaq dropping $1k per week on apps? Is that even possible?
–Jared Leto took his glorious hair to Ukraine.
-If this is what Zoë Saldana looks like after dropping exercising and dieting, I give up on life.
-This is weird: Grey’s Anatomy will feature only modern ’80s cover songs for the remainder of season 10.
-Oh god, someone is letting Michael Bay remake The Birds.
-This Walking Dead theory is super clever and fun, which probably means the writers haven’t thought of it.
-The Office star Jenna Fischer showed off her bare baby bump with this vacation photo.
-Here’s a very early rundown of some promising (and not so promising) TV shows debuting this fall.
-Speaking of TV, does fewer hit sitcoms mean more room for smarter comedies? Let’s hope!
-Sadness: Little People, Big World stars Amy and Matt Roloff have separated.
–Jason Biggs really has to stop trying to be funny on Twitter. It never works.
-That anonymous model who accused Terry Richardson of assault has come forward.
–Louis CK‘s show will return (finally!) on May 5.
-Well, that didn’t take long. There’s already backlash to Rooney Mara being cast as Tiger Lily.
–Cameron Diaz, 40, sarcastically apologized for not looking like a 25-year-old anymore.
-I kind of feel like we’ll have seen all of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 before it hits theatres given the rate Sony is releasing clips. Here’s yet another one.
–Kristen Wiig plays an incredibly convincing sadsack in the trailer for Hateship Loveship.