-Here’s the trailer for Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas’ Hulu film, Deep Water, which starts streaming next week. The more they try to bury this thing, the more I want to watch it.
-It looks like Shailene Woodley and Aaron Rodgers are still together. They attended a wedding over the weekend.
–Kanye West defended his latest music video, in which he depicts Pete Davidson being buried alive, by posting, “Art is therapy just like this view. art is protected as freedom of speech. art inspires and simplifies the world. Art is not a proxy for any ill or harm. Any suggestion otherwise about my art is false and mal intended.” Uh huh.
-When asked about the rumours that she feuded with Euphoria creator Sam Levinson and that’s why her character was barely in the last season, Barbie Ferreira said a lot of words that didn’t really add up to a clear answer.
–Gigi Hadid will be donating everything she made during fashion week to Ukrainian relief and continuing her support of Palestine.
-Uh oh, has Daniel Kaluuya fallen under the thrall of a life coach who encouraged him to fire his agents at CAA and his publicist? This article is so messed up.
–Pamela Anderson‘s resurgence continues; she will make her Broadway debut in Chicago next month, playing Roxie Hart.
–Dua Lipa is facing a second copyright lawsuit over her hit song “Levitating.”
-The reviews for Pixar’s Turning Red, which is set in Toronto, are glowing. I don’t get why this is being pushed straight to Disney+.
-The Walking Dead is growing to a fifth spinoff: Lauren Cohan and Jeffery Dean Morgan will star in Isle of the Dead for AMC in 2023. It’s been a while since I’ve watched anything to do with TWD, but aren’t Negan and Maggie mortal enemies?
–Colin Farrell and Kelly Clarkson have a lot of manic energy in this interview and I love it.
Vulture asks the right question: Instead of spending time and money to make Colin Farrell look like a middle-aged Italian American in The Batman, why not just cast one of these character actors instead?
–Zoe Kravitz says she was told she was too “urban” to audition for The Dark Knight.
–Russian Doll Season 2 premieres April 20 on Netflix with seven new, half hour episodes. Here’s a trailer.