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March 22, 2017

Diane Kruger and Norman Reedus Are Still a Thing

-Well, this is hardly surprising. Diane Kruger and Norman Reedus were spotted kissing in NYC.

-When Ryan Reynolds and Stephen Colbert stare at the stars, they can answer life’s biggest questions.

-I could watch Ryan Reynolds and Jake Gyllenhaal interviews all day long. This one is hilarious. So is this one! Can we get a sitcom, please?

Jake was in a much better mood with Ryan than he was with this Guardian interviewer.

George Clooney just met his biggest fan. Really? Huh. I don’t remember meeting him.

-This is a pretty frank interview with Lewis Tan, who was on hold to play the lead in Iron Fist before he was offered the role of a one-off villain. He was treated horribly, but it sounds like he dodged a bullet.

-Just when you thought the press around Iron Fist couldn’t possibly get worse, the original creator offers this bon mot: “Don’t these people have something better to do than to worry about the fact that Iron Fist isn’t Oriental, or whatever word? I know Oriental isn’t the right word now, either.”

-Meanwhile, I hate how people are mocking this 35-second Iron Fist fight scene because it has 56 cuts. That doesn’t seem like the editor’s fault. It seems like the poor guy got the footage and tried his best to salvage it.

Ashley Olsen has reportedly broken up with her 58-year-old “financier” boyfriend.

Allison Williams as a blonde is alarming.

-Sorry bros, Jessica Chastain will not let you mansplain to her on Twitter.

Selena Gomez opened about about getting negative comments on social media: “It’s like they want to cut to your soul.”

-I don’t watch MST3K, but the trailer for the reboot makes me think maybe I should.

-Both Variety and The Wall Street Journal published in-depth, data-driven reports this week about how the cable sector is killing off struggling niche networks.  We knew this last year, but this year we have charts!

-My friend Karen and I get together every week to hang out and watch old shows, usually Angel, Buffy, Firefly or The X Files. Coincidentally, all of those are leaving Netflix April 1.

-Jesus. A judge has rejected Kesha’s latest effort to void her record contract and suggested Dr. Luke‘s abuse was “foreseeable.”

Lindsay Lohan wants to steal your phone for her new prank show. Sure.

-The musical episode of The Flash was so charming and cute, it was easy to overlook the many plotholes. (Y’all need to simmer down with this talk that it was better than Buffy’s, though.) Despite all the buzz about it, it somehow didn’t manage to move the ratings needle.

-The first full-length Fargo season 3 trailer has arrived.

-Goddamnit if just hearing the music in this Love Actually reunion trailer didn’t make me a little emotional. I’m glad it’s airing on NBC; I thought for sure we’d have to wrestle with geo-blocking to watch this thign.