–Selena Gomez and The Weeknd went to the aquarium and then rented out an entire theatre in downtown Toronto this weekend to see Get Out. Meanwhile, I feel bad asking for extra ketchup sprinkles at the concession stand…
-A very, very pregnant Natalie Portman stars in James Blake’s new music video, which was filmed just days before daughter’s birth.
-Disney’s Beauty and the Beast enchanted the box office, opening to an astonishing $170M in North America and $350M globally. Even more impressively, 72 percent of the opening-day audience was female and 45 percent was under the age of 25. (Personally, I liked it a lot. There were a few moments where I wished Emma Watson was a stronger singer, but it was still lovely.)
-This is a fascinating article on how consent played a much bigger role in the 18th century versions of Beauty and the Beast than it does in the Disney version. Just compare this dinner scene to the movie’s.
-It’s not a good sign when the stars of This Is Us feel the need to defend their season finale.
–Penélope Cruz will play Donatella Versace in Ryan Murphy‘s next American Crime Story installment. Sorry, Gaga.
-After slamming Trump’s budget, John Oliver lightened the mood with dancing zebras.
–Mark Ruffalo being all cute and supportive of his wife is my kryptonite.
–Woody Harrelson says he’s quitting pot because he has spent “just 30 solid years of just partying too f*cking hard.”
–Kim Kardashian detailed the events surrounded her Paris robbery on last night’s episode of KUWTK and it’s really hard to watch.
-Now that National Enquirer’s parent company is set to purchase Us Weekly (which will undoubtedly change it drastically), I liked this look back at how it fundamentally changed the game.
–Rose McGowan is going HARD after the hackers who leaked her photos. Good for her.
–Carrie Coon‘s accent in the new Fargo trailer is giving me life.
-The Big Bang Theory will never, ever end.
–Charlize Theron and Javier Bardem play doctors in a war-torn country in the first trailer for The Last Face.