Bless this mess pic.twitter.com/5DVkWz9KSQ
— bekka supp (@valhallabckgirl) June 2, 2022
-Meanwhile, Prince Andrew has tested positive for covid and will no longer attend the Queen’s Jubilee Service of Thanksgiving. Gee, how sad.
-In an new interview in Esquire, Elliot Page recalls the time he was forced to wear a dress to the Juno premiere. “When Juno was blowing up—this sounds strange to people, and I get that people don’t understand. ‘Oh, fuck you, you’re famous, and you have money, and you had to wear a dress, boo-hoo.’ I don’t not understand that reaction. But that’s mixed with: ‘I wish people would understand that that shit literally did almost kill me.'”
–Sarah Jessica Parker is talking about her feud with Kim Cattrall again, telling The Hollywood Reporter, “It’s so painful for people to keep talking about this ‘catfight’ — a ‘fight,’ a ‘fight,’ a ‘fight.’ I’ve never uttered fighting words in my life about anybody that I’ve worked with — ever. There has been one person talking.” Um, is that true? Because it feels like she’s talked about it A LOT and then even wrote it into And Just Like That. If anything, Cattrall is the one who seems to want to move on.
-In her new NYT profile, Kim Kardashian said, “If you told me that I literally had to eat poop every single day and I would look younger, I might.” That’s…a thing she actually said out loud.
–Derek Hough announced his engagement to Hayley Erbert with a very elaborately flower-strewn photo.
-Proving that any engagement is viewed by the social media platforms is good engagement, Morbius is returning to theatres after people making fun of it turned it into a trending topic.
-Warner Bros apparently thinks they’re in too deep on The Flash to consider recasting Ezra Miller, despite his recent troubles.
–Colton Haynes talked about why he left Arrow: “Supposedly because my contract had ended, but it was really because I was too depressed and I couldn’t stand working with one of my cast mates.” He thanked Emily Bett Rickards for her friendship in the acknowledgements of his new book, so it can’t be her. I have a guess.
-As season 8 is about to begin, this is an interesting look back on all the tragedy that’s befallen the cast of Love Island.
-Fire Island (a gay Pride & Prejudice!) drops tomorrow on Hulu (and Disney+ in Canada) and is currently 94% fresh on Rotten Tomatoes.
-A New York appeals court upheld Harvey Weinstein’s 2020 conviction, increasing the likelihood he’ll serve a significant portion of his 23-year sentence.
–Amber Heard is planning to appeal the verdict in her libel trial against Depp after the jury ruled against her.
-Is it weird that no one is talking about how Johnny Depp is reportedly heading back to court next month for allegedly punching location manager Gregg Rocky Brooks on the set of the film City of Lies?
-It’s also weird that no one seems to remember that both The Hollywood Reporter and Rolling Stone ran damning pieces on Depp’s unprofessionalism on sets (including using a earpiece to have his lines fed to him) before Heard’s op-ed was even published.
-Celebs know we can see their Instagram activity, right? Stars who liked Johnny Depp’s post on IG yesterday include Jennifer Aniston, Molly Shannon, LaKeith Stanfield, Patti Smith, Taika Waititi, Naomi Campbell, Lucy Hale, Zoe Saldaña, Emma Roberts, Ashley Benson, and Gemma Chan. (Florence Pugh didn’t like his actual post, but liked one supporting him.) So far, the only celebs who liked Heard’s post are Selma Blair, Sarah Steele and Jason Momoa (though he covered his bases and also liked Depp’s).
–Joey King (who also liked Depp’s post) stars in the trailer for Hulu’s The Princess as an ass-kicking princess who refuses to wed the cruel sociopath she was promised to.
–Anya Taylor-Joy and Nicholas Hoult travel to Ralph Fiennes‘ exclusive restaurant for a very wild meal in the trailer for The Menu.