–Channing Tatum filled in for Jimmy Kimmel last night and he did a huge dance number for his monologue. That man is a gift.
-New York Times Film remembers reviewing James Toback’s directorial debut as a young critic. Then came the phone calls: ‘I’m going to f**king kill you.’
-Well this is a strange tactic. Brett Ratner is suing one of his accusers for libel.
-Despite ‘overwhelming’ evidence against actor That 70s Show actor Danny Masterson, the investigation into multiple allegations of rape has inexplicably stalled, reports the Huffington Post.
-TV writer and producer Wendy Riss Gatsiounis is the second woman to accuse Dustin Hoffman of prior misconduct.
–Alec Baldwin admits he’s “bullied women” and treated them “in a very sexist way” in the past and is now calling for a change in Hollywood. Anyone else think this feels like an attempt to get ahead of something?
-I liked this article on how we probably should re-evaluate our thoughts on Megan Fox given the environment she got famous in.
–Nick Offerman‘s answer at the end of the article about being a “man’s man” is all kinds of perfect: “I went to theatre school. I took two semesters of ballet. I’m the sissy in my family. I cry with pretty great regularity. It’s not entirely accurate to equate me with manliness… A lot of people think it requires behavior that can quickly veer into misogyny and things I consider indecent.”
–Mindy Kaling is turning Four Weddings and a Funeral into an anthology series for Hulu.
-I kind of love when TV stars make up head canons for their characters.
-Stranger Things’ David Harbour is a national goddamn treasure.
–Millie Bobbie Brown‘s rap recap of the show makes her a treasure, too.
-Everyone assumed that Jason Momoa and Lisa Bonet have been married for years, but they actually just got hitched last month.
-A new study finds that AMC, CBS, CW have a “black problem” in their writers rooms. I thought this quote from the only black writer in a room about how you’re too outnumbered to speak up without the others getting defensive was a good argument against tokenism: “The worst thing in the world is making your boss feel like a racist…and most of these people are liberals.”
-I’m still watching Riverdale and I literally can’t tell if I love it or think it’s trash. If nothing else, it sure got weird.
-I’m pretty sure Murder on the Orient Express is going to get crushed going up against Thor and Bad Moms 2, but man the cast brought it for the film premiere.
-The new Star Wars: The Last Jedi trailer is the darkest one yet.