–Richard Madden is on a promo blitz for Rocketman, which includes an interview with Elton John. He also did an interview with British Vogue, in which he talked about feeling insecure about his body when shooting sex scenes (“I find myself with actor friends – after we’ve done a kind of barely eating, working-out-twice-a-day, no-carbing thing for these scenes – looking at each other going: ‘We’re just feeding this same s**t that we’re against'”) and how he’d be down with playing “a Bond boy.”
-Woahhh nelly! According to the Daily Beast, lawyers for Prince William are scrambling to suppress reports of his affairs in the press, claiming publications are violating his “human rights.”
–Scarlett Johansson released a statement after being chased by the paparazzi following a talk show appearance with her Avengers costars yesterday. “After leaving Jimmy Kimmel, I was followed by five cars full of men with blacked out windows who were running red lights and putting other drivers and pedestrians at risk so they could follow me to find out where I was staying and subsequently stalk me and my young daughter for the duration of my stay.” She had her driver take her to a police station until it was safe to go home.
-Yesterday, Felicity Huffman was charged with one count of conspiracy to commit mail fraud and will plead guilty. She told the court, “I am ashamed of the pain I have caused my daughter, my family, my friends, my colleagues and the educational community.” And today, Lori Loughlin was indicted on money laundering in addition to her previous mail fraud charge.
-In other court news, Smallville’s Allison Mack tearfully pleaded guilty to racketeering charges yesterday.
-This is the second interview in a month in which Julianna Margulies talked about not appearing on The Good Fight because they wouldn’t pay her the same rate she got on The Good Wife. I don’t disagree with her but … this feels odd.
-I don’t watch The Young Pope, but I understand why these photos of Jude Law shooting the new season just set the internet on fire.
-The Bold Type is back tonight and while I like that show, I’m bummed that it sounds like the worst character is still terrible.
-Netflix’s originals are breaking through with subscribers, but shows they don’t own–some of which could soon exit the service–remains very popular.
-Despite her involvement in Scientology, The Handmaid’s Tale star Elisabeth Moss insists “I am obviously a huge feminist and huge supporter of the LGBTQ community.”
-Canada is finally going to get Aidy Bryant‘s show Shrill, which will air on Crave — also the home of the new Veronica Mars.
–Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman marked the 10th anniversary of Parks and Rec’s debut.
-Every new trailer for Olivia Wilde’s directorial debut Book Smart makes me more and more excited to see it.