— Variety (@Variety) February 5, 2021
-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.
-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!