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Drake Offers a Tour of His Giant House

Drake’s wanders alone through his mansion in Toronto’s Bridle Path in his new video, which was shot during social distancing. His poor neighbors must be like “damn, there go the fireworks again.”

Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston are on the cover of Esquire Mexico to promote their tequila brand.

-Bless Tom Holland for getting a bunch of hot celebrities to do shirtless handstands on Instagram.

-On Miley Cyrus‘ daily Instagram Live show, Selena Gomez revealed that she was recently diagnosed with bipolar disorder.

-Here’s a preview of Lindsay Lohan‘s new song, “I’m Back.”

-In a new Insta video, Sara Bareilles reveals she had covid-19. “I had it, just so you know. I’m fully recovered, just so you know.”

Harry Styles called into a radio show and talked about his time self-isolating with friends. “Well, I’m with people who have real jobs, so they’re working… which leaves me — someone with not a real job — doing kind of whatever. I’m reading a lot, doing a lot of writing, trying to exercise, trying to be outside. And then we kind of all get together in the evening and watch a film or something like that.”

-On last night’s Kimmel, Jennifer Aniston revealed that she is the only person in the world that is loving all the extra dishwashing that social distancing results in. “I might have acquired a new OCD kind of a situation. Not only do I clean constantly — dishes are my new favourite thing in the world cause not only are you doing your dishes, but you’re washing your hands a lot.” She and Jimmy also surprised a nurse who tested positive.

Seth Meyers and Amy Poehler revived their “Really?!?” segment to react to American politicians’s stance on covid-19.

-New Girl star Max Greenfield has been posting videos of his adventures in home-schooling, and it’s basically a series of burns by his sassy 11-year-old daughter. “Hey dad, I need your shit like I need a hole in the head.”

-One of the worst things about the new Bond movie getting pushed back is that Lea Seydoux‘s big mainstream turn is postponed. She’s on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar UK.

-Disney moved some of its summer release dates, which set off a chain reaction for other movies. Between this and the news that AMC Theatres could run out of money if they are still closed mid-summer, it’s going to be interesting to see what the world of movies will look like when we come out of this.

-A young criminal mastermind hunts down a secret society of fairies to find his missing father in the Artemis Fowl trailer, starring Colin Farrell, Judi Dench and Josh Gad. It was supposed to open in theatres after Memorial Day but will now move to Disney+.

Jacob Elordi Claims He and Zendaya Are Just Friends

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Jacob Elordi is in the new issue of GQ Australia, and despite being spotted with Euphoria costar Zendaya in Greece (and then at the movies. And then in Sydney), he denies they’re dating (“she’s like my sister”). The boy still raves about her though, cause he has eyeballs: “Zendaya is an amazing creative, you know? She’s super dope to work with. She’s an incredible artist and a very caring person to all of us.”

Pete Davidson is making his standup audience sign $1 million NDAs. (In this economy?!) It was enforced at a recent San Francisco show where a fan refused to sign the agreement. This is, obviously, stupid. If your material is ready to be viewed by the paying public, said paying public can judge/talk about it.

Prince William and Princess Kate are going to bake up some holiday treats — and you can watch! The royal couple will appear alongside Mary Berry in a BBC special, A Berry Royal Christmas.

Nick Offerman and Amy Poehler’s Making It returns to NBC tonight, so here’s 60 seconds of them slinging craft-related puns at each other.

Tom Welling is having a big month. Not only will he reprise his Smallville role on next week’s CW crossover, but he and his longterm girlfriend Jessica Rose Lee got married over the weekend.

-My god, I can’t believe the risks Watchmen is taking every week. I’m not even sure how I feel about last night’s insane reveal, but it’s breathtakingly ballsy. Please watch this show.

Alanis Morissette just announced a Jagged Little Pill 25th Anniversary tour with Garbage and Liz Phair. Yes to all of that!

-Is This Is Us star Justin Hartley‘s divorce going to be messy? Days after the actor filed the paperwork, his wife broke her social media silence by posting a quote: “It’s hard to watch people change right in front of you. But it’s even harder remembering who they used to be.”

-Sadness: Shelley Morrison, who played Rosario on Will & Grace, passed away at 83.

Martin Scorsese‘s new movie The Irishman may be on Netflix, but that doesn’t mean he wants you to watch it on the subway. “I would suggest if you ever want to see one of my pictures, or most films – please, please don’t look at it on a phone, please. An iPad, a big iPad, maybe.”

-Knives Out (which I saw this weekend and was thoroughly delighted by) doubled its tracking predictions by opening with a $41.7 million domestic box office, pretty much making back its budget.

Fenty just won the Urban Luxe Award at the British Fashion Awards, marking the first British Fashion Award for Rihanna.

Margaret Qualley and Miranda July posted some videos on Instagram which seems like it’s performance art, but then Jaden Smith waded into it and I’m confused. He’s in on it, right?

-This is a wonderful feature on Laura Dern reflecting on her career, from Enlightened being ahead of its time (“But now, this year, this moment particularly, everywhere I go, people are bringing it up, like, ‘Oh my God, I just found Enlightened, we are Amy Jellicoe. We are all Amy'”)  to the fallout of Ellen’s infamous coming out episode (“We only did it for what, ten days? We all spent the next couple of years really struggling in work and safety. It was radical to experience that. It was the only time I ever experienced having to have to have full security detail”).

-SAG-AFTRA has launched an investigation into Gabrielle Union‘s firing from America’s Got Talent.

Josh Hartnett and his brother are drug dealers who get in over their head in the Inherit the Viper trailer.

Tessa Thompson Wants To Change Hollywood

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Tessa Thompson covers the new issue of Time, in which she talks about how the industry is slow to change (“Every big opportunity I have been provided has always been with people of color. There is a long list of white, male filmmakers I would love to work with but they just don’t see me. They just don’t”) and refusing to answer to nicknames on the Men In Black set (“If Chris [Hemsworth] is ‘sweetie,’ I can be ‘sweetie,’ too. But if he’s Chris, I’m Tessa”).

-This is boss: Michelle Rodriguez has confirmed that she will reprise her role for Fast & Furious 9 — but only after securing an agreement for a female writer to join the production.

Meghan Markle‘s friends are coming to her defense in a new TV special called Meghan and Harry Plus One, hosted by Gayle King.

Maya Rudolph is such a good friend, she was willing to stick her hand down an airplane toilet for Amy Poehler.

-God, I love that Tiffany Haddish keeps wearing that dress.

-The latest episode of Law & Order: SVU is getting heavy criticism for reportedly enflaming Islamophobia. The showrunner’s responses to people on Twitter about it are certainly not helping.

Bill Murray talking about Selena Gomez is all kinds of sweet: “I really like her. I mean, you still can’t tell me who the hell ‘Selena Gomez’ is — but Gomez… I really like. She’s unusually bright. She’s kind and she’s natural. I’m always pleased to find some kind of pop icon who I really like.”

-Greys Anatomy’s Ellen Pompeo tore into The Bachelor boss over his tweets to Kelly Ripa: “we don’t attack successful women on our network.” I think I love her. When she’s done playing Meredith, she should write a book on how to be an ally because she’s been crushing it.

-An Amell is starring in the adaptation of The Hating Game!?! It’s the combination of my two favourite things!!! (I literally just fangirled over that author at a reading last month.) Lucy Hale is playing the female lead, which is a pretty good fit for the role physically.

Lucy is having a big day. The trailer for her Riverdale spinoff also came out. Other new CW trailers include Nancy Drew and Batwoman.

-I don’t love the silly petition by Game of Thrones fans (we can bitch and moan about TV shows but the only thing we’re entitled to control is our remotes; if you hate it, just turn it off and write fanfic), but I do love the totally ludicrous and not gonna happen “Jamie is still alive” theory.

-Meanwhile, Gwendoline Christie told EW she was not happy when she found out that Jamie was leaving Brienne for Cersei. “That’s where I went very red. I was very upset and I had to go for a walk.”

-I also totally missed the point of Varys’ rings last episode, but this makes sense.

David Letterman sent a surprise message of support to Busy Phillips and her showrunner (who started as his assistant).

-If someone asked me to guess who in Hollywood was bringing back the Saw franchise, Chris Rock wouldn’t have been at the top of my list.

-God bless Chloe Sevigny – aka the only person in the world who can wear this outfit and not incite ridicule.

Sarah Jessica Parker is over those annual tabloid rumours about her marriage.

Always Be My Maybe‘s previous trailer already made it looked great but holy shit is that Keanu???