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March 21, 2016

Reese Witherspoon’s B-Day Party is the Height of FOMO

Taylor Swift, Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Matthew McConaughey, Robert Downey Jr., Nicole Kidman, Tobey Maguire, Jason Bateman, Kate Hudson…it might be easier to list the celebrities who *weren’t* at Reese Witherspoon’s 40th birthday party.

Drake And Rihanna took a break from being all flirty-flirt to visit a cancer patient. Then it was back to flirting.

-Also, the look on Rihanna‘s face when she let a fan sing and then realized he was outshining her is perfect.

Jeremy Renner says he would be “open” to a Hawkeye series on Netflix. Ya don’t say. He could shoot for a couple of months, make a bunch of Netflix money, and then go back to his real love: flipping houses and giving terrible interviews.

-I love this article on how every woman on TV now has the same. damn. hair. It’s crazy, especially because I’ve never seen anyone in real life pull off that style.

Mariah Carey’s manager is causing drama, right before her reality show debuts? GASP!

-Meanwhile, Mariah is complaining about how overhead lighting is “abusive.” God bless her.

-This is a really good read on how Jennifer Garner went from being named the Sexist Woman Alive to headlining Christian movies.

-Meanwhile, Ben Affleck says his giant back tattoo is fake and was just for a movie, but we all be needing proof.

-This is terrifying: Adele‘s personal photos, including baby scans, were reportedly stolen by hacker who broke into her bf’s email.

-Meanwhile, Adele is twerking it out.

-After 3 weeks of Twitter outrage, The 100’s showrunner finally broke his silence about the show’s controversial death…and his comments kinda sucked. The fact that he chose to be soft-ball interviewed by someone how isn’t Variety’s Mo Ryan (who has always been the show’s staunched defender — and now toughest critic), is telling.

-Meanwhile The Walking Dead picked a really bad month to lean on the Dead Lesbian trope.

Amy Schumer continues to be the shit.

-The Prison Break revival is bringing back more original stars. Wait, didn’t those characters all…die?

Emma Stone and Jonah Hill are set to star in a TV series from director Cary Fukunaga. I like three out of those four names!

Lexi Alexander (my favourite director to follow on Twitter) ranted about the fact that Max Landis is getting paid $3 million for a script despite a string of recent flops, and his wittle bitty feelings were hurt. Muffin!

Buffy cast reunions fill me with more joy than is probably considered socially acceptable.

-The director of the Maze Runner has given an update on Dylan O’Brien’s injuries, saying he’s been “overwhelmed with feelings of anger and sadness and guilt” but adding that the actor “is going to be just fine.”

-Allow John Oliver to explain why Trump’s border wall is just like getting a pet walrus.

-Meanwhile, George Clooney warned of Trump-like rhetoric in a letter supporting Hilary Clinton.

-The Game Of Thrones showrunners say season 6 is “the best one we’ve done.” Fingers crossed that means at least 75% less rape.

-Meanwhile, I had no idea that GoT’s Melisandre was dating Guy Pearce, let alone that they’re expecting a baby.

-A U.K. judge ruled that Madonna‘s custody hearing can move to NYC, and also warned her and Guy Ritchie against wasting the last years of Rocco’s childhood.

-The trailer for Seth Rogen‘s Sausage Party might have made us all laugh last week, but critics are calling it “a garbage movie that belongs in the compost bin.”

Prince has signed a deal to write a memoir. I’m torn between wanting to read it and wanting to shower his poor ghostwriter in hugs and Prozac.

-I will never not want to read about Freaks and Geeks.

Colin Firth and Nicole Kidman are reunited again, this time for Genuis, about a book editor who oversaw works by Wolfe, Hemingway and Fitzgerald.