-What’s happening with Anne Hathaway’s Tatler cover photo? Is it too much contouring? Photoshop? In any case, she talks about fighting for parts as she gets older (“It makes me sad that the world tells me my skin is somehow less valuable than it used to be, but I don’t listen and I don’t agree”), and the best advice Michael Caine ever gave her (“Separate bathrooms. When he told me that, I laughed and he looked at me and said, ‘I’m serious, it’s such an important part of the marriage.'”)
-Speaking of ageing in Hollywood, in a new interview with Allure, Reese Witherspoon says: “I didn’t have the same things to say [at 25]. I’m 43 and I’ve had a whole bunch of experiences, and I can speak with a thoughtfulness about the changes I’d like to see in the world, and…I just feel like I earned that gray hair and my fine lines. I like ’em. I so prefer 43 to 25.”
-I love Sweet Home Alabama, but I do not want a sequel.
–Jason Mamoa shaved off his beard for charity. He can still get it tho.
–Kim Kardashian explained how her weird-looking bathroom sinks actually work. They were designed by Kanye West, which explains a lot.
-Not surprisingly, Wendy Williams husband has been relieved of his exec producer duties on her show.
–Gina Rodriguez stars in the Netflix original movie Someone Great, which drops today, and the reviews are great.
-The blooper reel for Netflix’s Sex Education features Gillian Anderson swearing, which is the best kind of swearing.
-The #FreeBritney hashtag keeps trending. I really hope this is a case of fan overreaction and she’s ok.
-Shocking report: Kristin Cavallari says there were fake storylines on The Hills. “Most of my stuff wasn’t real.”
-A pop culture writer on Twitter has been crusading against TV shows/movies in which the characters are clearly holding empty coffee cups, and I love when actors get in on the action.
-The new Hobbs and Shaw trailer showcases Idris Elba so I’m here for it.
–Sebastian Stan arrives at his cousins’ house and proceeds to shakes things up in the We Have Always Lived In The Castle trailer.c