–Tiffany Haddish and Billy Eichner took to the streets to cast a more inclusive Hocus Pocus. (It’s so funny, despite the unnecessary Kathy Najimy slam.)
-I’ll never question Meghan Markle‘s hair conspiracists again… (That’s not true; I totally will. But they were right about the no waves = pregnant thing, I guess.)
-Also, this is the first outfit I’ve seen her in where she kinda sorta maybe looks pregnant.
-A David Schwimmer doppleganger is wanted by the police, and the internet is having a field day with it. The British police even had to issue a statement confirming that they have ruled out the actor as a suspect in a beer theft case after posting a “wanted” picture of someone who bore a striking resemblance to the Friends star. At least he seems to be having a lot of fun with it, posting his own alibi video.
–Ellen Pompeo says she was “completely shocked” by backlash over her paycheck. Um, really?
-Also, Ellen gave some pretty terrible advice about ovarian cancer screenings, which is not great Bob. If we can’t take medical advice from fake TV doctors, who can we take it from?!
–Ariana Grande‘s family is reportedly relieved that her engagement to Pete Davidson fell through, sources told People.
-How can Disney be talking about “rebooting” the Pirates franchise? It’s still an active franchise — they just released one!
-I absolutely agree with this take that Jennifer’s Body would kill if it were released today.
-Timeless fans, expect an air date announcement about the wrap-up movie soon.
-Drake threw a 2000s-themed party for his birthday and I feel old.
-Speaking of feeling old, it’s the 10th anniversary of Twilight. Director Catherine Hardwicke and actor Jackson Rathbone returned to the site where the vampire baseball scene was filmed.
-I really love how critics are getting behind Legends of Tomorrow. It really is a delight.
-Here’s the trailer for season two of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, which recently swept the Emmys despite no one I know watching it.
–Sandra Bullock will do whatever it takes for her family to survive in Bird Box, dropping December 21 on Netflix. This looks intense — like The Quiet Place but instead of staying quiet to avoid the creatures, you have to stay blindfolded.