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May 7, 2015

Zooey Deschanel Will Not Pose for “Body after Baby” Photos

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Zooey Deschanel is on the cover of this month’s Cosmopolitan, in which she talks about how she’s not going to worry about her post-baby body.

-Now this is the kind of Marvel crossover I can get behind: Tom Hiddleston is dating Elizabeth Olsen.

-Yes, yes, it’s terrible to prank unsuspecting stars when they’re signing autographs and being nice to their fans, but damn there’s something really satisfying about watching Adam Levine get sugar bombed.

Channing Tatum does it for everyone, including Diane Keaton. Preach.

Kendall Jenner, you stay away from my boy Michael B. Jordan. You stay far, far away, young lady!!

-The Pitch Perfect sequel is getting great reviews and all is right with the world.

Kristen Wiig is the latest celeb to be scared poopless on Ellen’s show.

-A professor put Gwyneth Paltrow’s health advice to the test and proved that we should probably all stop listening to her.

-Meanwhile, Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Martin are reportedly “happier than ever.” If JLaw is now tight with the Lorde/Taylor Swift crowd, how does he handle that. Like, can you picture him tagging along at brunch? So cringe-y!

-I really, really like this prediction piece about how Mad Men will end (though I think whatever the final shot is in next week’s episode, it will be ambiguous and not the type of neat wrap up people seem to be expecting.)

-In other TV articles I enjoyed, this is a really astute take on how The Good Wife has completely fallen apart this season.

-Is Ben Affleck hanging out in Nova Scotia to “get his head straight”? Well, I always did feel better about life after a trip to Pizza Corner.

-No surprise here: Orphan Black has already been picked up for another season.

-In less happy TV news, Fox has canceled The Mindy Project — but there may be hope from Hulu.

-Meanwhile, Mindy Kaling doesn’t seem too worried.

-The Flash/Arrow got a a series order, a premise (finally!) and a title: DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. (Well, at least it’s better than Fear the Walking Dead.) Weirdly, the CW passed on Marc Cherry’s Cheerleader Death Squad, despite it having the coolest name ever.

-Weird: Arcade Fire is going to open a Haitian restaurant in Montreal this summer.

-Here’s the trailer for Sense8, Netflix’s new show from The Wachowskis. Colour me intrigued.

-Speaking of intriguing trailers, check out Meryl Streep as a rock star in the new Ricki and The Flash trailer.