–Kim Kardashian and Kanye West named their new daughter Chicago. Who do they think they are, the Beckhams? (j/k, I actually think it’s a cute name.)
-Meanwhile, Kim burned Lamar Odom on Twitter in a pretty spectacular fashion.
-In her new Billboard cover, Lorde talks about the #MeToo movement (“What is really interesting and important about this moment is that every man I know is having to check himself — having to be aware of his misogynistic biases, having to re-examine his understanding of consent”) and Cardi B’s lack of Grammy noms (“Cardi B should have gotten a nomination in one of those big categories. She kind of defined 2017”).
-The Mark Wahlberg story just gets worse and worse. It turns out that, despite being a secondary character in All The Money In The World, his regular salary was almost 10 times more than Michelle Williams (who was the female lead). He made $5 million, while Williams made a mere $625,000.
-Ooh boy. Call Me By Your Name star Timothée Chalamet claimed his contract blocked him from criticizing Woody Allen and supporting Dylan Farrow. Except it didn’t.
–Colin Firth is the latest actor to say he’ll never work with Allen again.
-Meanwhile, this is a good look at why so many famous dudes still refuse to condemn Allen.
-Is it possible for Justin Timberlake to release an album without subtly dissing Britney Spears? Just once?
-Amazon canceled Tig Notaro‘s terrific One Mississippi. It’s a weird moment for Hollywood to be canceling so many women-led shows (Maria Bamford s Lady Dynamite and Jill Soloway‘s I Love Dick were also cut loose).
–Frances McDormand talking about how Joel Coen seduced her on the set of Blood Simple with literature and hot chocolate is everything.
–Gerard Butler used his fling with Real Housewives star Brandi Glanville for talk show fodder, and she was not having it.
–Daniel Radcliffe goes to desperate lengths to save his wife in the Beast of Burden trailer.