-I recorded an entire episode of stupid Wayward Pines last night just so I could catch 15-seconds of new X-Files footage. Totally worth it. For reals, I’ve had a perm-smile since hearing the last 6 notes of that trailer.
-I’m having a Joseph Gordon-Levitt-heavy week, which is always a good thing. I’ve been trying to catch up on podcasts and finally got to his latest Nerdist one. This is the first time I’ve ever heard him talk about keeping his new wife out of the spotlight (he talks about trying to strike a balance between private vs public because she wants no part of that life, and that walking a red carpet with him at a premiere would “mortify” her). Then, it was announced that he’s going to be on The Mindy Project. Also, he’s turned on by moms.
-Meet the Wet Hot American Summer counselors in this new orientation video from Netflix.
-Watch Bill Hader and Jimmy Fallon spit food at each other in this random Tonight Show sketch.
–Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart have officially been inducted into Taylor Swift’s squad.
-Meanwhile, Taylor Swift had a rough night last night.
–John Travolta went on a “Palm Springs getaway” with some dude, which is a totally normal thing for a married man to do.
-Shake your dad bod: Wilco just dropped a surprise new album.
-Also, Orange Is the New Black’s Big Boo has a jazz album of David Bowie covers? Want!
–Miley Cyrus and Stella Maxwell went all Lady and the Tramp on a churro.
–Cara Delevingne is shaking off Vogue’s recent suggestion that having a girlfriend is merely a passing trend, saying “My sexuality is not a phase. I am who I am.”
–Elisabeth Moss is maybe, possibly losing her mind just a bit in the trippy Queen of Earth trailer.
-I love that Paul Rudd is continuing his clip tease tradition with Conan.
-Also, here’s more proof that Paul keeps a portrait of an old man in his attic.
-Here’s the first trailer for Alejandro G. Iñárritu’s The Revenant, starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hardy. It’s hard to tell what it’s about from this clip, but damn if it isn’t the prettiest thing I’ve seen in a while. They’ve already got a lock on the cinematography hardware.