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February 5, 2021

Oliva Wilde’s On Her ‘No Assholes On Set’ Policy

-In her Directors On Directors conversation with Emerald Fennell for Variety, Oliva Wilde elaborated on her “No Assholes On Set” policy, which people were talking about after she fired Shia LaBeouf.

-Production on Netflix’s star-packed Don’t Look Up was reportedly stopped today when Jennifer Lawrence was hit with glass in a stunt gone wrong. It sounds like she’ll be ok.

Ryan Reynolds, Diddy and David Beckham (who all own alcohol brands) are donating $1 million to bartenders — and made a hilarious video about it.

Lana Del Rey went Instagram official with fiancé Clayton Johnson.

Lana Condor will star in and executive produce Netflix’s Boo, Bitch — a comedy limited series about a high school senior who, after years of playing it safe, decides to live an epic life … only to wake up the next morning and find out she’s now a ghost. I’m into it.

T.I. and Tiny’s reality show has suspended production following those sexual abuse allegations.

Van Jones was on The View today and it did not go well for him. At all.

-Legendary Canadian actor Christopher Plummer has passed away at 91. There are a lot of amazing tributes and clips being shared, but my fave is when he did a roundtable with George Clooney, Charlize Theron, Michael Fassbender, Tilda Swinton and Voila Davis, and he talked about why he’d never work with Terrence Malick again.

-Netflix’s Malcolm & Marie tries to build on Euphoria and turn director Sam Levinson into a bankable auteur. Judging by reviews, things aren’t quite working out as planned.

-Levinson addressed the film’s backlash in an interview with Esquire: “There is this tendency amongst the establishment, and I mean white establishment critics, to categorize things and talk about them in a way that can sometimes speak to their own importance.”

-Here’s the first trailer for HBO’s docuseries Allen v. Farrow.

Cardi B dropped a new music video and it’s the bright, shiny thing we need to kick of the weekend!