-Well, this timing could be better. Paul Wesley‘s show The Vampire Diaries is airing its series finale tomorrow — and he and Phoebe Tonkin just split up after four years of dating. This could get messy. Remember when she broke up with her Secret Circle costar and posted a photo of a destroyed painting he gave her with the caption “That felt good?” Yeah.
-Speaking of getting messy, Romain Dauriac is fighting Scarlett Johansson for custody of their 2-year-old daughter. He’s asked the actress to withdraw her divorce papers, while sources in her camp say the filing “was not a hostile act.”
–Brie Larson very diplomatically confirmed that her no-clap reaction to Casey Affleck‘s win at the Oscars was intentional. I love her.
–Nicole Kidman insists she had to do her weird, seal-like Oscars clap to protect her diamond rings. Makes sense.
–A Ryan Gosling impersonator managed to get on stage at a German award show and accept an award for La La Land.
-The more I read about The Flash/Supergirl musical crossover, the more excited I get for it. (I love that Rachel Bloom reached out to them to contribute a song and not the other way around.)
-Wait, Andrew Lincoln‘s character is still stalking Keira Knightley’s character in the Love Actually sequel? Even though she’s been married for 15 years? Not cool, bro.
–Gillian Anderson and her BFF, journalist Jennifer Nadel, talk about menopause in the Lenny.
-Just a reminder that you should never, ever take health advice from Gwyneth Paltrow. Even if you read it in a health magazine.
–Mary-Kate Olsen talks about about married life with Olivier Sarkozy and her stepkids in a new interview.
-People watched ice melt for over an hour today just to discover that Game Of Thrones’ seventh season will premiere on July 16.
-NBC is reportedly urging Jimmy Fallon to get more political. Does anyone really want that though? Seems like after the hair ruffling, that ship has sailed.
-Deadpool 2 just cast Zazie Beetz as Domino. I loved her in Altanta and Easy.
-This is an interesting take on Iron Fist’s dragging: 99% of its bad reviews are coming from white critics.
–Charlize Theron gets a John Wick moment in the new teaser for Atomic Blonde.