-I’m really liking how creative magazines are getting when it comes to photo shoots with their socially distanced subjects. Robert Pattinson took his own pics for GQ, as did Naomi Campbell for Essence, a Vanity Fair photographer shot Janelle Monae through a Zoom conference call, and now Vanity Fair used a drone to shoot Catherine O’Hara lounging in her yard.
–Jennifer Lawrence joined Amy Schumer for the latest episode of her quarantine cooking show, and said she considers white wine “mainly for sluts.” ‘Kay.
–Lana Del Rey, what are you talking about?!? “There has to be a place in feminism for women who look and act like me” is not a sentence a white girl has any business writing. And to throw Doja Cat, Ariana, Camila, Cardi B, Kehlani, Nicki Minaj and Beyoncé under the bus while she’s at it? Good lord.
–John Krasinski‘s viral series Some Good News has been sold to CBS All Access following a massive bidding war— which doesn’t really feel like good news. It was a nice thing he was doing during quarantine but selling it feels…kinda gross? He’s not even going to be the host so what exactly did he sell, the concept of feel-good segments?
-Chef Kristin O’Connor was spotted at Bradley Cooper‘s place, sparking romance rumours.
–Jaime King‘s filed for divorce and asked for a temporary restraining order against her husband.
–Courtney Love gave Cameron Crowe an unreleased Nirvana song to use in Vanilla Sky and told him to “hide it in your movie somewhere.” So he did.
-Parenthood’s Sarah Ramos keeps partnering with her actor friends to recreate scenes from movies and they’re all great! Here’s her and Teen Wolf’s Dylan O’Brien doing the “you better lawyer up, asshole” scene from The Social Network.
-This is a good takedown of the NYT’s recent takedown of Ronan Farrow.
-I’m surprised ABC canceled Emergence, Single Parents, Bless This Mess and Schooled seeing as creating new TV shows is so up in the air.
–Harvey Weinstein‘s former assistant, Rowena Chiu, broke her NDA for this Variety interview.
–Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli have finally agreed to plead guilty in the college admissions case.
-I don’t think I’ll be able to listen to Marc Maron’s latest podcast episode, in which he pays tribute to his partner Lynn Shelton. Just reading about it is making me teary.
–Jude Law is expecting baby No. 6. The weirdest thing about this story is the photos of them just walking around London with no masks or distancing.
-TIFF’s Stay at Home Cinema series just kicked things up a notch with some great gets. Tonight, they’re doing a live chat on Facebook/Youtube with Rian Johnson to discuss Looper before a live-watch on Crave, and on Wednesday they’re doing one with Kate Winslet on Sense and Sensibility.
-It looks like there’s a face in the background of Jennifer Lopez’s photo and now I can’t unsee it.
-Riverdale actor Skeet Ulrich says the reason he’s leaving the hit series is because he “got bored creatively.” I mean, you can say a lot about that show, but “boring” really isn’t it.
-This is an interesting piece about Alison Roman, Bon Appetit, and the whiteness of the food media.
–Peter Dinklage and Jason Momoa are teaming up for a vampire-themed buddy comedy, which sounds fantastic.
–Mandy Patinkin and his wife being quizzed by their son about pop culture is never not funny.
–Matthew Rhys might be losing it but at least he’s giving us funny videos in the process.
-This article on Keira Knightley’s Atonement dress is so, so good.
-When the Old Guard’s longest-living member (Charlize Theron) realizes that Nile (Kiki Layne) — the first new immortal like them to appear in ages — has finally come into her power, she sets out to teach her what it means to be one of them in the trailer for Netflix’s The Old Guard.