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June 21, 2016

Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx Are Dating, Confirms Claudia Jordan

Katie Holmes in Ray Donovan
Katie Holmes in Ray Donovan

-After three years of rumours, it’s been confirmed Katie Holmes is dating Jamie Foxx. The fact that the relationship was outed by a Real Housewife is just icing on the gossip cake!

Jake Gyllenhaal and Rooney Mara went for a walk together in NYC yesterday, and now everyone is speculating about the nature of their relationship. I wouldn’t have called this one; he seems more of a Kate Mara kinda guy.

-It’s been a week of celebs speaking out about anti-Brexit, with John Oliver calling it the “British desire to tell Europe to go f—k itself,” while J.K. Rowling wrote an essay about it framed around villains and monsters. But leave it to Noel Gallagher to cut straight to the chase: “What are you asking the people for? 99 percent of the people are thick as pig shit.”

Katy Perry found a new way to shade Taylor Swift — with her new fragrance!

-It’ll be interesting (in an incredibly sad, depressing kind of way) to see how Star Trek Beyond navigates their press tour in the wake of Anton Yelchin’s sudden death. They’ve just canceled their Cannes event.

-I friggin’ love this: Arrow put out a casting call for a new villain that’s inspired by a character on The Wire — and they ended up hiring The Wire’s Chad L. Coleman. In the wise words of Cutty: “The game done change.”

-What the hell is going on with Selma Blair? The details of her flight outburst are disturbing as hell.

-Sick of all the hate she got after criticizing Mariah CareyDemi Lovato quit Instagram and Twitter and says she’s going to focus on Snapchat. That seems on brand anyway.

-This story about going to a Celine Dion concert is so wonderful, I Pocket’d it to re-read again later.

-The Walking Dead reportedly shot 11 different character death scenes to prevent Negan spoilers. That seems…crazy.

Selena Gomez and James Corden‘s Carpoole Karaoke is cute but very product placement-y.

Blake Lively and Jimmy Fallon played Know It All, didn’t know a lot.

-Meanwhile, her promo style for that shark movie is on point.

Will Smith says he didn’t believe in Wild Wild West. Join the club, buddy.

-It’s probably not a good sign when Free State of Jones reviews say things like: well, at least Matthew McConaughey’s beard is one thing that’s accurate.

-Warner Bros inviting all the critics and comic book outlets who hated Batman v Superman to the set of Justice League is all kinds of brilliant, especially because the message they’re hitting hard is “we screwed up and we’re fixing it.” They’re basically acknowledging the haters for identifying the problems and getting good coverage in return. I haven’t seen this kind of scratch-my-back exchange since Ain’t It Cool News was a thing. (The Flash’s intro scene does sound fun, though.)

-Meanwhile, Ben Affleck is reportedly not happy with the script for his solo Batman movie.

No, Kate Winslet! Bad!

Sky Ferreira responded to a sexist L.A. Weekly article titled Sky Ferreira’s Sex Appeal Is What Pop Music Needs Right Now by saying “I’m not a think piece. I’m not a fucking example.”

-It’s new Mr Robot previews! I feel like I’m going to be watching the first episode much like I watched the season premiere of UnREAL — by muttering over and over again “please still be good, please still be good.”

-Here’s the trailer for American Honey starring Shia LaBeouf and Sasha Lane, which was beloved at Cannes.