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April 15, 2020

Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ New Role: Climate Warrior

 

Julia Louis-Dreyfus People cover

-In her new People cover storyJulia Louis-Dreyfus talks about how surviving breast cancer led her to ramp up her environmental activism. “Once you’ve faced a near-death experience like that, you do begin to realize that, at some point, you’re going to be out of here. We all are. So, how best to spend my remaining time on this planet?”

-Media-shy Cameron Diaz appeared on Who What Wear CEO Katherine Power‘s Instagram Live yesterday and talked about motherhood and being married to Benji Madden. “I love being a mother. It’s the best, best, best part of my life. I’m so grateful and so happy and it’s the best thing ever and I’m so lucky to do it with Benj and we’re having the best time. I’m thrilled. I can’t believe it.”

Drew Barrymore says she’s cried everyday while trying to home school her daughters.

-Twitter is going crazy for this WILD clip of a Quibi show where Emmy winner Rachel Brosnahan plays a woman obsessed with her golden arm. It’s apparently part of a horror anthology.

Armie Hammer is making some interesting style choices in quarantine.

Cardi B invited Bernie Sanders to join her on Instagram Live last night to talk politics, coronavirus and manicures.

Jennifer Lopez and Robert DeNiro surprised hospital staff with video messages of support.

Judi Dench‘s grandson continues to make hilarious TikTok videos with her and I love him.

Nicki Minaj dropped her husband’s name on her social media channels, but apparently it’s just because she’s getting ready to promote new music.

-A new trend on Tik Tok is people doing their makeup while lip-syncing to John Mulaney bits, which is exactly the kind of content I’m here for.

Sam Raimi has been confirmed as the director for the Doctor Strange sequel and the internet is very, very happy.

Rita Wilson described her covid symptoms. It sounded horrible.

Reese Witherspoon‘s fashion line Draper James tried to  give free dresses away to teachers, but it went very badly.

-I’m intrigued by Ryan Murphy’s new limited series, Hollywood, which revisions a world in which minorities, women, and queer people had been allowed to shine in the industry’s so-called Golden Age.

-Here’s our first look at Matthew Rhys in HBO’s Perry Mason reboot.