–John Krasinski and Jimmy Kimmel‘s annual holiday prank war reached a new level this week.
–Drake’s “Hotline Bling” just got reimagined by Bryan Cranston, Amy Schumer, Kristen Wiig, Seth Rogen, and more. (Rooney Mara is having NONE OF IT because she’s allergic to fun.)
-Meanwhile, Tom Ford‘s Drake-inspired lipstick sold out instantly because of course it did.
–Brad Pitt is dressed like a tourist at this Cambodian flea market. He’s such a dad now.
–Kaley Cuoco is dating Arrow star Paul Blackthorne? I swear, she picks potential dates from a random celebrity name generator. I mean, I love him (I’m pretty sure 75% of the reason I started watching Arrow is because of the way he calls Laurel “Lawwwralll”), but he’s way too old for her. Plus, I was hoping there was something going on between him and Charlotte Ross, because they’re always posting super flirty set pics.
-Here’s how Stephen Colbert and J.J. Abrams talked Harrison Ford into The Force Awakens.
-Gird your ovaries before watching this video of Oscar Isaac singing Bill Murray’s Star Wars song.
-Meanwhile, Bill Hader and Ben Schwartz helped voice BB-8 in the new movie.
-Here’s the first official pic of the new Ghostbusters movie.
-I love how hard Stephen Colbert is stanning for Hamilton. Here he gets Jonathan Groff to teach him his King George walk.
-Here’s a nice reminder that everything Netflix touches doesn’t automatically turn to gold. Adam Sandler‘s The Ridiculous 6 has been branded ‘unwatchable’ by critics and viewers alike.
–Jamie Foxx and Katie Holmes: still doin’ it.
–Michael B. Jordan has secretly been writing a comic called North that will hit next year because he’s awesome at everything.
-Congrats to The Rock and his girlfriend, who just welcomed a baby girl.
–Leighton Meester and Dana Williams covered ‘Blue Christmas’ and it’s lovely.
-Speaking of Gossip Girl alums, Kelly Rutherford has officially lost custody of her two children. She’ll only be allowed to visit them in Europe, which is nuts. I have not understood any step of this case.
-It’s my favourite Twitter day, when everyone tweets out the most memorable TV lines of the past year!
-Speaking of TV, I really liked this NYT article on how streaming has changed the game. While broadcast shows rely on cliffhangers and structure, streaming shows rely on The Suck (and are completely unable to course-correct).
–Anthony Hopkins and Al Pacino team up in the Misconduct trailer.