-I take back anything negative I’ve ever said about Megan Fox, because this story she told about Will Arnett on the set of TMNT 2 has convinced me that she is made of sunshine and awesome: “He would bring [girls] to set. They were progressively getting younger and younger as the weeks went on, and it got to the point where I was like, ‘Buddy, I’m worried. Should I talk to craft service and make sure they have Lunchables for your girlfriend?'”
–Noah Galvin has released a statement about his Vulture interview, apologizing to Bryan Singer, Colton Haynes, Eric Stonestreet, and the LGBTQ community.
-Also, Vulture edited the original interview and cut Galvin’s comments about how “Singer likes to invite little boys over to his pool and diddle them in the f—— dark of night.”
-Meanwhile, I think Colton’s clapback was classy AF.
–Mindy Kaling and Helena Bonham Carter just joined the female-fronted Ocean’s Eleven. This movie just gets weirder and weirder.
-Set your DVRs: Beyoncé’s Lemonade is returning to HBO next weekend.
-Set your DVRs, part II: the Tonys (aka – the only chance 99.9% of us are going to see the original cast perform Hamilton) are Sunday night.
–Johnny Depp is heading to his private island in the Bahama. How great for him.
–Stephanie Seymour doesn’t think Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid deserve the “supermodel” title. “Bitches of the moment! That would be a good title for them.” Marry me.
–Celine Dion is the latest celeb to pull a GOOP and launch her own lifestyle brand.
-Nashville has officially been saved by CMT and Hulu.
–Patricia Clarkson remains a total BAMF. On Hollywood sexism, she say “A white male actor should never be allowed to complain about anything. Shut up and sit in the corner.”
-The fact that former Grey’s costars Sandra Oh and Kevin McKidd still hang out makes me giddy.
-Is it weird that the new trailer for The Shadows kinda makes me want to see it? Clearly, this week has fried my brain.