-I missed that People named Regina King one of their people of the year last week. I’m bummed that covid has stolen some of the shine she’d be getting right now for her directing of One Night In Miami, which is a lock for Oscar noms.
-Are Kim Kardashian and Kanye West planning an announcement? There seems to be a lot of sources planting hints in reputable outlets about their marriage problems. One tells E! News “they spend a lot of time apart”, while People is reporting that they’re living separate lives.
–Shawn Mendes appeared on Dax Shepard‘s podcast and talked about the “frustrating” rumours surrounding his sexuality: “You want to say, ‘I’m not gay but it’d be fine if I was gay — but also there’s nothing wrong with being gay, but I’m not.'”
–Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have inked an exclusive multi-year deal with Spotify through newly formed production company Archewell Audio. Together, they plan to host and produce podcasts that uplift and entertain audiences.
-Wonder Woman 1984 costars Gal Gadot and Kristen Wiig made a silly video about their friendship.
-Meanwhile, the first reviews for Wonder Woman 1984 are in, and critics seem to like it a lot!
-The reviews for Wild Mountain Thyme, starring Jamie Dornan and Emily Blunt with terrible Irish accents, are hilarious. This one is my fave so far: “Are straight people okay? Have all of the proper romantic conflicts between straight people been used up by now on-screen and so… this… is what is left?”
–Cardi B surprised Offset with a Lamborghini for his 29th birthday. I am living the wrong life.
-In an interview with Jimmy Kimmel, Taylor Swift was asked directly about the Woodvale conspiracy (which claims that evermore is part of an album trilogy). She seems to laugh it off but her fans aren’t swayed.
–Christopher Walken says he’s never owned a computer or cell phone, surprising no one.
–Debra Messing is apologizing after one of her tweets criticizing Trump appeared homophobic.
-It’s kind of hilarious that Peter Quill in the Guardians of the Galaxy Marvel franchise is both polyamorous and bisexual (according to the latest comic) and in the movies he’s played by Chris Pratt. I’m really hoping they write this into his next script.
-The Christmas Setup, the only Lifetime holiday movie I’ve been looking forward to, is airing on CTV Drama on Friday. Yay!
-HBO Max is honoring a request by Dave Chappelle to remove Chappelle’s Show from the streaming service at the end of this year.
-Canadian fashion mogul Peter Nygard is in police custody as his sex assault investigations continue.
–Lily James and Sebastian Stan are set to play Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee in a Hulu limited series about the former couple. I don’t even understand those words.
-Here’s the new Nomadland trailer. This movie stayed with me a long time.