— Lindsay Lohan (@lindsaylohan) November 28, 2021
-Congrats to Lindsay Lohan, who’s engaged to boyfriend Bader Shammas. They’ve been dating since at least last year.
-Texans can breathe a sigh of relief: Matthew McConaughey has decided not to run for governor. Prob for the best; he recently did a NYT interview with Kara Swisher and when she asked him about voter suppression, he had no idea what she was talking about.
-Nooooo! Tiffany Haddish and Common have reportedly called it quits after a year of dating.
-Insecure’s Natasha Rothwell talked about the rough time she had in the SNL writers’ room, and how she had to raise her hand and ask to speak. Interestingly, the head writer during her tenure would have been Colin Jost.
-Of course Kevin Hart is defending Dave Chappelle. Of course he is.
-HBO Max has announced a third Magic Mike movie with Channing Tatum and Steven Soderbergh. Hmmm. The first MM film (which Soderbergh directed) got better reviews, but I will ride hard for Magic Mike XXL, which he wasn’t involved with. I want a sequel to that one.
-In news that will surprise no one, Tom Holland is set to return for more Spider-Man movies after this one.
-A lot of people are watching Disney+’s Hawkeye — just not all of them are doing it legally.
–Eliza Dushku talked to Harpers Bazaar about how a ‘forced arbitration clause’ in her Bull contract prevented her from taking a sexual harassment case against CBS to court.
-No one is doing thirst traps as well as Elliot Page these days.
–Tom Ford had some harsh words for House of Gucci. I mean, I saw Nocturnal Animals and I’m not sure he’s should judge.
–Jesse Plemons says that people called him “Meth Damon” after he starred on Breaking Bad, and that’s both cruel and perfect.
-I started watching the new HBO show from Mindy Kaling called Sex Lives of College Girls and it’s great. There’s one actress in particular who’s blowing everyone else away so I looked her up — and it turns out she’s Timothée Chalamet’s sister.
–Madonna somehow linked Instagram censoring her nipple to the genocide of indigenous people. As you do.
–Bad Bunny turned 27 this year and is all about introspection in his new Vulture profile.
–Seth Meyers revealed and his wife, Alexi Ashe, recently welcomed their third child, a baby girl.
–Ryan Reynolds is urging fans to help BC flood victims.
-Meanwhile, Canada honoured him with a Governor General’s Award and he was serenaded by BNL’s Steven Page.
–Catherine O’Hara also received a Governor General’s Award, and her Schitt’s Creek costar Noah Reid serenaded her — while paying tribute to her character’s wigs.
–Nina Dobrev and Abigail Cowen star in the trailer for Redeeming Love.