–Ana de Armas becomes Marilyn Monroe in the first full trailer for Netflix’s NC-17 drama, Blonde.
–Austin Butler says he once left the Elvis set “in tears” after Baz Luhrmann asked actors and studio execs to “heckle” him. He also says that Leonardo DiCaprio warned him about Baz’s unique process. “Leo told me, ‘Baz is going to constantly keep you off balance, and it’s going to pull things out of you [that] you never knew you had inside you.'”
-It seems like Emily Ratajkowski subtly confirmed hubby Sebastian Bear-McClard’s alleged infidelity by liking tweets about it.
-Beyoncé’s latest album leaked two days early. Heads will roll.
-There were multiple injuries after unplanned fireworks were set off during Dua Lipa‘s concert in Toronto.
–Gwyneth Paltrow guested on Hailey Bieber‘s YouTube talk show “Who’s In My Bathroom?” and when she mentioned that she once did a movie with Hailey’s dad, Alec Baldwin, the host said, “Imagine if you had some horror story, and you were like, ‘It was terrible, it was a nightmare working with him.'” To which Paltrow replied, “Or, if I’d like, fucked your dad in the bathroom.” Way to escalate things, Goop!
-Meanwhile, Jason Momoa says Ben Affleck is coming back to play Batman in Aquaman 2.
–Retta says she’s still salty that Good Girls was canceled ahead of season 5 because the show was “very close” to securing a renewal, but “one person ruined it for all of [the] cast and crew.”
–Kim Kardashian‘s new Skims line, out today, includes skin-tight, arm-length “swim gloves” for $50 (that are already close to selling out).
-This is an interesting piece on why Netflix’s $100+ million movies are getting increasingly worse.
–Shawn Mendes made the decision to cancel the remainder of his world tour dates in an effort to prioritize his mental health.
-Stranger Things’ writers are refuting recent reports that older episodes of the Netflix series are being re-edited years after the fact.
-The trailer for Breaking starring John Boyega, Nicole Beharie and Michael K. Williams has been released.
-Here’s the first teaser for Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer, starring Cillian Murphy as J. Robert Oppenheimer.