Kristen Stewart and Nicole Kidman Reunite

-Today’s Variety Actors on Actors is Kristen Stewart and Nicole Kidman. Stewart talked about being a child actor and working with Kidman on Panic Room before she dropped out of the film due to an injury (“We spent a couple weeks rehearsing…The way you treat kids is so telling. I just felt like I was buds with you. You were so nice to me…You gave me walkie-talkies for Christmas!”), while Kidman gushed about her costars in Being the Ricardos. (I also love how both Stewart’s dog and cat were making tons of noise during the interview.)

-Ruh roh. Marvel/Lost actress Evangeline Lilly attended the D.C. anti-vax protest last weekend, saying she’s for “bodily sovereignty.”

Mike Schur (whose creation of the philosophical sitcom The Good Place led him to write a new book about moral philosophy called How to Be Perfect: The Correct Answer to Every Moral Question) says anti-maskers aren’t headed for The Good Place.

Olivia Munn and John Mulaney‘s PR teams are working overtime these days.

-Is Adele’s Vegas residency actually going to happen? It sounds like the stage sets have already been pulled down.

Guillermo del Toro‘s Nightmare Alley is getting a second shot at movie theaters — this time in black and white.

-With Bradley Cooper and Benedict Cumberbatch dropping trou in their Oscar bait movies, Hollywood’s male stars aren’t scared of full-frontal nudity anymore.

-Ohhh, Deuxmoi’s new podcast was going well but now that they’ve gone after Meghan Markle, I wonder if the tide will turn.

-This entire Nicolas Cage quote is perfection: “[My pet crow] has taken to calling me names…it’s comical, at least, it is to me. When I leave the room, he’ll say, ‘Bye,’ and then go, ‘Ass.’ Crows are very intelligent. And I like their appearance, the Edgar Allan Poe aspect. I like the goth element. I am a goth.”

-The NFT craze has now claimed Gwyneth Paltrow, which is frankly not surprising. The woman loves a good grift.

Keanu Reeves‘ involvement in a Tibet independence concert is sparking a boycott in China of The Matrix Resurrections. China is also making headline for dramatically editing Fight Club to change its ending.

-Streaming television is going to make less money — probably a lot less money — for entertainment companies than cable did. This thread explains it well.

-I stopped watching Legends of Tomorrow a while back, but I’m glad to see that it continues to be an amazing show for representation, with a regular character coming out as ace this week.

-This is the first positive piece of criticism I’ve seen yet for the Sex and the City revival.

– Josephine Decker’s Apple TV+ film The Sky Is Everywhere follows a 17-year-old girl mourning the loss of her older sister. It’s an adaptation of Jandy Nelson’s 2010 YA novel.

Jen McDonnell is an entertainment freelancer and social media specialist. She put her celeb stalking skills to good use as managing editor of Likes: pop culture, celebrity dirt, guilty pleasure TV, George Clooney, cheese. Dislikes: people who use 'begs the question' incorrectly. Follow Jen on Twitter @jen_mcdonnell. Follow Jen

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