-In a new, frank interview with Vanity Fair, Kate Winslet reevaluates her career choices, asking “What the fuck was I doing working with Woody Allen and Roman Polanski?” She adds: “I have to take responsibility for the fact that I worked with them both. I can’t turn back the clock. I’m grappling with those regrets but what do we have if we aren’t able to just be fucking truthful about all of it?” Well, that’s one way to kick off an awards campaign!
-I guess those reports of Trevor Noah and Minka Kelly dating were legit.
-Congrats to Leighton Meester and Adam Brody, who welcomed a new baby boy.
–Lindsay Lohan is being sued for promising to write a book and taking the advance — and then not writing the book.
-Hollywood is remaking She’s All That and they’ve cast TikTok star Addison Rae. Sigh.
–Jennifer Garner had the best response when a fan commented to ask whether she’s pregnant with her fourth child: “I am 48, have three healthy kids and I am not — and never will be — pregnant. Can we lay that pupper to rest. Have I gained the covid 19? Possibly. But that is another story.”
-Season 46 of SNL will premiere on October 3, and things are looking back to normal — the show will air live at 11:30 p.m. from its usual home in Studio 8H at 30 Rock.
-Wonder Woman 1984’s release date has been pushed again — this time to Christmas. This movie isn’t coming out this year. Dune either.
–Halle Berry‘s MMA drama Bruised, which premieres this week at TIFF, is being picked up by Netflix. Good for her!
-The Mariah Carey song that kicked off her feud with Jennifer Lopez will finally be released on her upcoming collection of b-sides.
-The upcoming Fresh Prince reunion will include the original Aunt Viv.
-Bless Harold Perrineau for answering all these questions about Romeo + Juliet.
–Tina Fey, Rachel Dratch and Paula Pell played Jimmy Fallon’s aunts and gave everyone tips for staying in touch in quarantine.
-A viral tweet claiming Cuties sexualizes a young Black girl has led to thousands of people (and QAn*n) calling for Netflix to dump the film. But critics who’ve seen it say the movie is actually an argument about the effect of near-pornography on young girls.
-Amazon released the first look at Regina King’s directorial debut One Night in Miami, a look at the night when Cassius Clay, Malcolm X, Jim Brown, and Sam Cooke found themselves in the same room.