During Jessie J’s performance tonight in Rio, Channing Tatum made various appearances as her photographer. A man of many talents. pic.twitter.com/l8xCrXruEC
— Daisy (@isthatdaisyt) September 30, 2019
–Ryan Tedder was just joking when he said Coldplay has an upcoming new song featuring Beyoncé and Adele, which explains those confusing 10 minutes this afternoon when we all thought Coldplay might be relevant again.
–Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin are getting married tonight and the celebrations are in full swing.
–Andie MacDowell is supportive of her daughter Margaret Qualley dating Pete Davidson: “I FaceTimed with Pete the other day or no, she took a video of me to send to Pete that’s what it was. She has a beautiful relationship with him but I don’t want to step on her relationship too much. They have a nice relationship.”
-NYT’s film critic Wesley Morris thinks Gwyneth Paltrow was once “the best young American actor in the movies” and makes a case for wanting to see her star in films again. Same. (And she does sound a bit over GOOP.)
-This gross anecdote from the Hangover set about Todd Phillips, who just directed Joker, keeps making the rounds on Twitter.
-Did Jeremy Strong wear his Emmy tux on Succession last night? I have so many questions.
–Billie Eilish performed a gravity-defying rendition of “Bad Guy” on SNL this weekend thanks to a rotating set.
-Netflix has confirmed season 4 of Stranger Things with a promo that promises a new setting. Perhaps in Russia with Hopper?
-Meanwhile, Aaron Paul says Netflix cancelled Bojack Horseman.
-Something has clearly gone sour between Marvel Studios and Marvel Entertainment: Marvel TV is reportedly phasing out live action shows to focus on animation instead.
-Clueless’ actress Stacey Dash was arrested for domestic violence after a fight with her husband.
-25 women who came forward with #MeToo allegations share their experiences about what the fallout has been in this must-read article. We spend so much time talking about the purportedly ruined lives of the alleged perpetrators; it’s time we start considering those who told the stories.
-A “really quite drunk” Daniel Craig gave a heartfelt speech at the wrap party of his latest Bond film.
-A small group of posh spies race against time to prevent history’s worst criminal masterminds from starting a war in The King’s Man trailer.