–Jason Momoa took his mom to meet Julia Roberts and it really was the cutest thing.
–Offset crashing Cardi B’s set at this weekend’s Rolling Loud Festival (where she was the first woman to ever headline) to apologize and beg her to take him back really pissed me off. He sabotaged her set and festival organizers should have never allowed it.
-Meanwhile, Cardi B will be on tonight’s Carpool Karaoke.
–Meghan Markle‘s mother will likely not be spending Christmas with her daughter, despite relocating to the UK. It’s apparently very unusual for non-royal family members to be invited to the festivities.
–Emily VanCamp and Josh Bowman, who costarred together on Revenge, got married this weekend. I love when shomances last way longer than the show itself.
-Congrats to Flash star Grant Gustin who married physical therapist LA Thoma this weekend. No word on any Flash costars attending, but guests included Supergirl’s Melissa Benoist, Broadway stars Max Chucker, Adam Kaplan, Leela Rothenberg and Daveed Diggs, and model Renée Mittelstaedt.
-CBS announced its former head Les Moonves misled the network about those misconduct allegations. He will be fired for cause and will NOT receive a $120 million severance. The statement from the board also said “investigators concluded that harassment and retaliation are not pervasive at CBS.” Um, what?!
-Speaking of harassment at CBS, after it came to light that the network paid Eliza Dushku a $9.5M settlement based on her interactions with Bull star Michael Weatherly, some of his female costars have jumped to his defense which is just…sigh.
-Orange Is The New Black’s Yael Stone has come forward to accuse Geoffrey Rush, who she costarred with in a play, of sexual harassment — and because of the libel laws in her native Australia, she’s put herself at great risk. She says he danced naked in front of her in their dressing room, sent explicit texts, and held a mirror above her shower curtain to watch her. (While multiple people from the play corroborate her allegations in the report, Rush insists the claims “are incorrect and in some instances have been taken completely out of context.”)
-When asked if the #MeToo movement was difficult, Idris Elba replied “only if you’re a man with something to hide.” Bless him.
–Frankie Shaw, the female creator of SMILF, is currently under investigation after several cast and crew members came forward with misconduct complaints, including inappropriate handling of sex scenes and separating writers by race.
-Some guy turned AvengersEndgame.com into an advertisement for Deadpool — and Ryan Reynolds sent him a gift.
-A Daredevil actress says Marvel reps were ‘stunned’ over Netflix’s cancellation of the show. But clearly this is less on Netflix and more about Marvel/Disney’s greater plans, no?
-Aquaman hasn’t opened here yet, but it’s already killing it overseas.
-Meanwhile, The Mortal Engines bombed hard at the box office — and could end up losing Universal upwards of $100M.
-Is Bumblebee this year’s Shape of Water? Suddenly I’m interested!
-Everyone got really worried about Pete Davidson this weekend following a disturbing post he made on Instagram. Here’s hoping he’s ok and gets whatever help he needs.
–Paul McCartney and Emma Stone star a new short that takes aim at bullying.
–John Goodman and Vera Farmiga star in the Captive State trailer about a Chicago neighborhood that’s taken over by extra-terrestrial.