— ET Canada (@ETCanada) May 18, 2018
-Royal wedding fever is in full swing. I love this interview with Meghan Markle’s Suits costars, who look like they can’t actually believe they’re in London for the wedding.
–Jeffrey Tambor happily walked the red carpet with his happy costars at the Arrested Development premiere. Ok.
-Dave Matthews Band’s longtime violinist Boyd Tinsley has denied sexual misconduct allegations by his former Crystal Garden bandmate James Frost-Winn. Winn says he made unwanted sexual advances and comments toward him, and spent years “grooming” him.
-I haven’t seen Deadpool 2 yet but it’s probably not a great sign that the writers are having to defend their treatment of the female characters.
-Hmmm. Roseanne’s co-showrunner Whitney Cummings has left the show.
-I’m intrigued by Jennifer Aniston‘s new Netflix series, in which she’ll play the first female president, with Tig Notaro playing her wife.
-Huh. Netflix left Cannes almost empty-handed as their deals got turned down by multiple filmmakers, despite trying to throw wads of money at them.
–Jimmy Fallon played “What’s Behind Me?” with Tina Fey, which somehow involved recreating the Ghost pottery scene.
–SZA canoodles with Donald Glover in her new music video for “Garden (Say It Like Dat).”
–Jack Osbourne‘s wife has filed for divorce after six years of marriage.
–Halle Berry looks great but she likes kettle bells way more than I do.
–Timothée Chalamet is coming for that Oscar in the Beautiful Boy trailer, costarring Steve Carrell.
–Shock and Awe is the latest Oscar-baiting newspaper drama. This one stars Woody Harrelson and James Marsden as reporters chasing down a scoop that the Bush administration prematurely decided to go to war.
–Melissa McCarthy stars in The Happytime Murders, an upcoming hard R-rated murder mystery set in a world where humans and puppets co-exist. Here’s the profane trailer: