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March 27, 2023

Harry Styles and Emily Ratajkowski Lock Lips in Tokyo

-There’s video of Harry Styles and Emily Ratajkowski making out in Tokyo. From multiple angles! (I don’t hate that she’s recovering from a nasty split by smashing faces with lots of cute famous guys.)

-The Jonathan Majors arrest news — and the reaction to said news — has been deeply unsettling. The latest is that his attorney claims the alleged victim “was having an emotional crisis” and has recanted the allegations, and they’ll be submitting video from the vehicle where the incident purportedly took place with testimony from the driver and other witnesses. But the fact that the woman appeared to have enough visible injuries that the police determined there was probable cause to charge him and send her to the hospital doesn’t seem great. And the Depp/Heard trial taught us all about DARVO.

-When the news first broke, Society Theatre co-founder Tim Nicolai and filmmaker A.B. Allen tweeted about Majors having an allegedly bad reputation in the film and theatre community. Both have since set their profiles to private.

-Between the sudden uncertainty about Majors’ future in Marvel, Ant-Man 3 expected to not break even, Shazam 2 having one of the worst weekend two box office drops in DC history, and whatever is going on with Zachary Levi, it feels like this month might have broken the superhero streak?

Grimes revealed she has changed the name of her and Elon Musk’s daughter Exa. Which sounds like a good thing–until you realize she changed it to a question mark symbol: “She’s ‘Y’ now, or ‘Why?’ or just ‘?'” As if this poor kid wasn’t already facing an uphill battle.

Prince Harry unexpectedly returned to London to appear in court for the phone hacking case against the Daily Mail. However, there are no plans for him to see his father or brother during this trip.

-Congrats to Daniel Radcliffe, who is expecting his first child with longtime girlfriend Erin Darke.

-In other baby news about slightly dorky actors we’re rooting for, Elijah Wood says he and partner Mette-Marie Kongsved welcomed a daughter last year.

-Bless Drew Barrymore for convincing her Ever After co-stars Melanie Lynskey and Megan Dodds to dress in character on her show in honor of the 25th anniversary of the film.

Jeremy Renner shared a video of him walking for the first time since the incident with the assistance of an anti-gravity treadmill.

Adele has extended her Las Vegas residency with 34 more shows. Meanwhile, Kelly Clarkson is getting in the action, announcing her own Vegas residency: “So many of my musical idols have had, and still have, incredible residencies on The Strip, and I’m so excited to create my own.”

-Indy’s getting a fancy French debut: Disney’s Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny will premiere at Cannes.

Sylvester Stallone introduced Al Pacino to Guy Fieri and recorded it.

-I’m not sure if Suki Waterhouse meant to imply this when she took a photo with the novel My Dark Vanessa, but gosh that would be delicious.

-Speaking of Suki, I finished Daisy Jones & the Six and I thought the second half of the show was so much better than the first. Meanwhile, the author of the book shared a cut excerpt that is perfect.

-The clips coming out of the Gwyneth Paltrow ski trial are surreal. I also love how the other side’s lawyer seems to want to be BFFs with her.

Mark Duplass and Sterling K. Brown play the last two men on Earth in the trailer for Biosphere.