— Variety (@Variety) February 23, 2017
-I’m one of those people who would not be heartbroken if La La Land wins Best Picture, but damn this screenshot of a scene from Moonlight’s screenplay makes its case well.
-Today’s brutally honest Oscar voter is a producer who may be a bit racist (but hey! He loves Moonlight!) His thoughts on Dev Patel: “He really seems like he’s needy as an actor and just wants you to like him, but he shouldn’t be that needy — he’s grown up to be a really handsome, sexy dude, with this mid-range brown color, so everyone loves him.”
-UNreal’s Shiri Appleby directed this Funny or Die short starring Tyler Posey.
-These stories about Madonna‘s legendary Oscars parties are pretty great. Both Jennifer Lawrence and Eddie Redmayne have puked at one!
-Gilmore Girls’ Lauren Graham is heading back to TV with a new sitcom on Fox.
-I typically avoid horror films, but Jordan Peele’s Get Out is getting such rave reviews I might have to see it.
-I really like this article about how there’s a total lack of comfort TV these days. From mindless shows like Burn Notice to family-oriented fare like Gilmore Girls, that stuff just doesn’t exist anymore.
–Matt Reeves is back to directing The Batman. I’d love to know how that shook down.
–Shia LaBeouf once again shut down his Trump art project after reports of gunshots in the area.
–Nick Cannon has a new son named Golden.
–Gemma Arterton, Sam Claflin, and Bill Nighy star in the new Their Finest trailer.