-In a new chat with Playboy, Scarlett Johansson says monogamy goes “against instinct.” In the interview, which seems to have taken place before she announced her split from hubby Romain Dauriac, she says “I might be skewered for that, but I think it’s work…The fact that it is such work for so many people — for everyone — the fact of that proves that it is not a natural thing.”
-Moonlight’s Mahershala Ali is looking all kinds of great on the cover of THR, where he shares his journey to becoming a Muslim.
-There’s a Love Actually reunion happening for a British charity – a 10-minute comedy skit with a confirmed cast that so far includes Hugh Grant, Keira Knightley, Andrew Lincoln, Bill Nighy, Liam Neeson and Rowan Atkinson.
-Even Pedro Pascal can’t convince me that the camo trend is a good idea, but I appreciate his attempts.
-Warner Bros. is seriously courting Mel Gibson to direct the Suicide Squad sequel? Seriously?!? Be better, Hollywood.
–Ashton Kutcher testified today at a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing on how to put an end to modern slavery and everyone came to the chilling realization that Kelso is better at talking to Congress than the President of the United States…
-As the world continues to burn, Colbert is staring to beat Fallon in the rating.
–Sofia Vergara filed a suit yesterday to block ex Nick Loeb from using their frozen pre-embryos.
–M.I.A. makes it clear she’s not Rihanna, Madonna, Mariah, or Ariana Grande in her new song.
-Nice: Kumail Nanjiani‘s Sundance hit The Big Sick will be released this summer.
–Michael K. Williams talks about feeling typecast in this weird and awesome video. Why isn’t he in everything?!
–Robert Pattinson has been making weirdo fashion choices all week and he’s never been more interesting.
-Fact: Mariska Hargitay and Chris Meloni reunions will never get old.
-Emails released in Kesha‘s lawsuit against Dr Luke reveal that he allegedly bullied her about her weight.
–Mae Whitman is returning to our TV screens and suddenly the world feels a little bit better.
-I liked this interview with 11 of the 683 new Academy members about what it’s like to have a say in who wins an Oscar.
-Speaking of interesting industry articles, here’s a good look at how each of the six major studios greenlights films now that studio owners are reluctant to give that authority to just one person.
-The LAPD may have ruined Sandra Bullock’s case against her alleged stalker by “illegally searching” his home.
–Here’s the first trailer for Dean, starring Demetri Martin, Gillian Jacobs and Kevin Kline.