I lost a game of Jenga to Jessica Cornish.
— Channing Tatum (@channingtatum) May 1, 2019
-If this is the result of Channing Tatum losing a game of Jenga, he should always always be playing Jenga.
–Anjelica Huston gave a free-wheeling interview to Vulture and although her views on #MeToo and her defense of Jeffrey Tambor and Woody Allen aren’t great, most of her other answers are amazingly candid. She claims that after she beat Oprah Winfrey at the Oscars, the TV icon wouldn’t speak to her when they crossed paths, and talked about the bad behavior of costars Eddie Murphy and Bill Murray (“He was a shit to me on Life Aquatic”), and ex-boyfriends Jack Nicholson and Ryan O’Neal (“He head-butted me. He took my head in his hands and hit it with full force against his head because he couldn’t find me at a party”).
-Wow, how cute is Princess Charlotte in these newly released portraits from the palace?
-This is a fascinating look at who got higher billing on Avengers: Endgame.
-Now that Endgame has been in theatres for a bit, the stars are starting to share more bts stuff. Robert Downey Jr. posted pics from a lunch he hosted for the ladies of MCU, while Chris Pratt and Elizabeth Olsen shared videos from a crowded day on set.
-After all the drama with 50 Cent (Fofty) have Lala and Randall Emmett split?
–Emma Bunton insists there’s no drama between her and Mel B after that fling reveal: “We’re in the studio and we’re laughing, we love the drama.”
–Lucy Liu got a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame today, and her Charlie’s Angels costar Drew Barrymore and Cameron Diaz showed up to support her.
-Wait, we have been mispronouncing Lloyd Dobler’s name all this time?!
-HBO has released the trailer for season two of Succession. That show took quite a few episodes for me to get into it, but now I’m all in.
-Every new trailer for Mindy Kaling and Emma Thompson‘s Late Night makes me more and more excited for this movie.
-Hulu threw a star-studded presentation in NYC this morning, where they debuted new trailers for George Clooney’s Catch 22, the latest season of The Handmaid’s Tale, and the one I’m most excited about: the Veronica Mars revival. Damn, this trailer looks good!