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January 30, 2018

Glee’s Mark Salling Dead at 35

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-This is terrible: Glee’s Mark Salling is dead of an apparent suicide. He recently pleaded guilty to possessing child pornography and was facing up to seven years in prison. It’s a complicated situation, and some of the cast and crew of the show have shared their mixed reactions.

-I’m so glad that the Black Panther reactions from last night’s premiere are glowing. “By far the best Marvel movie to date.” This makes me very happy.

-It was also the hottest red carpet I have ever seen.  (Everyone killed it, but my fave was Issa Rae.)

Mandy Moore talks about her divorce in her Cosmo cover story: “It emboldened me.”

-Suits’ Star Patrick J. Adams opened up about his decision to leave the show, saying of costar/onscreen love interest Meghan Markle: “There was this natural sense that we both knew that the time had come for both of us. It went unspoken and we just enjoyed the hell out of the last few episodes that we got to shoot.” That’s very gracious of him.

Mark Ruffalo offered his theory about why more men aren’t speaking out about #MeToo and #TimesUp: “I think maybe they’re afraid of being accused, I think they may be afraid of feeling like they didn’t do enough or say enough. I’m not sure, but I don’t know why they’re not being asked more.”

Kirsten Dunst showed off her belly bump in this new Rodarte photo shoot.

-Despite this viral photo, Dakota Johnson insists she wasn’t looking for trouble between Jennifer Aniston and Angelina Jolie at the Golden Globes.

Nicole Eggert expanded on her accusations against Scott Baio in a new interview with Megyn Kelly, alleging “sexual touching and abuse.”

Joel Kinnaman says he wasn’t surprised by sexual misconduct allegations against his House of Cards co-star Kevin Spacey.  “I have five or six friends I know who have told stories about Kevin about when they were young and had just arrived in Hollywood.”

-Here’s the trailer for Mute, Duncan Jones’ spiritual sequel to his indie hit Moon (which I ADORED), starring Alexander Skarsgard and Paul Rudd.

-Speaking of new movie trailers starring Paul Rudd, here’s the first one for Ant-Man and the Wasp. Michelle Pfeiffer, y’all!