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Rihanna Day Drinks with Seth Meyers

-Yeah, the Rihanna segment on Seth Meyers‘ show was a good as expected. (Not as good as Kelly Clarkson’s, but that’s an impossibly high bar to clear). The part where she gives advice about how to woo his wife is the best. Meyers talks about what went into setting it up here.

Drake is starting rumours about that Rihanna tat again.

Tom Hanks gave Tom Holland some valuable acting advice on the Graham Norton Show.

Troye Sivan answered Vogue’s 73 Questions.

-This is a pretty cool feature on the future of the movie industry, with interviews from with the Russo Brothers, Kumail Nanjian, Ava DuVernay and more. The Russo talk about having trouble getting their character-driven film Cherry greenlit, even though they’re coming off the massive success of Endgame. They also talk about how young people are trained to watch YouTube or binge hours of Netflix, but won’t commit to two hours of story-driven movies.

Anna Paquin joins the cast in the trailer for the final season of The Affair.

Kate Beckinsale doing squats over a toilet is a mood.

-I actually kind of adore Kim Kardashian‘s Vogue Japan cover.

Ariana Grande‘s new tattoo is inspired by Jim Carrey which is … something.

-The Red Sonja is back on track, with Transparent creator Jill Soloway replacing Bryan Singer as the director.

Liam Hemsworth stars in the new Killerman trailer.

Emily Blunt Flies High on Vogue

Emily Blunt Vogue Cover Mary Poppins

-I kind of wish Emily Blunt’s Vogue cover wasn’t in character, but her doing 73 Questions in the magazine’s office has a very cute Devil Wears Prada vibe (complete with a great surprise cameo).

James Corden recruited Noah Centineo in an “All The Boys I’ve Loved Before” parody called “To All the Guests I’ve Loved Before.” I was legit shipping them by the end of this. That’s the power of Centineo!

-Also on Corden’s show, Busy Philipps called out Centineo for ghosting her friend, which he awkwardly laughed off. But TMZ reports that at actor’s team did some damage control and got the segment edited down for the YouTube version so that it wouldn’t damage his “good boy-next-door image.”

-First she was trolling for interviews, now it’s endorsement deals. Lindsay Lohan needs a team.

Ashton Kutcher says Mila Kunis scheduled his bday party at the bar in Thousand Oaks that was the scene of a mass shooting. “Only reason we are alive is the shooter chose a different night.”

Adam Driver may have managed to keep the fact that he and his wife have a son a secret for two years, which is some Jedi mind-trick goodness.

Bill Murray intervened after a male fan pushed his female friend at Sydney Airport.

Hilary Duff can’t stop gushing about drinking a planceta smoothie — no matter how much we wish she would.

Viggo Mortensen has apologized after using the n-word at a Green Book panel.

-The Spice Girls are now saying that they never officially asked Victoria Beckham to be part of the reunion. Sure, let’s go with that.

-Meanwhile, no one is more excited for the Spice Girls reunion than Emma Stone. No. One.

-Did The Queen and Meghan Markle have a tense exchange over her wedding tiara?

Sir Ian McKellen revealed that he and Dame Judi Dench once misbehaved at Buckingham Palace.

John Mayer wants to assure everyone that he’s not a dick anymore. “I can tell you for sure that I haven’t been a dick in many years. That’s a really outdated take.” Well, I’m convinced!

-At least 8 shots were fired in an apparent drive-by on set of a music video in Beverly Hills featuring Tekashi 6ix9ine, Kanye West and Nicki Minaj50 Cent shared photos of the damage.

Ezra Miller dressed up like a fancy dalek at the Fantastic Beast premiere.

-Meanwhile, the reviews for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald are pretty bleak, hovering around 58% rotten.

-The Affair is doing a 20-year jump into the future, with Anna Paquin joining the cast as Joanie. I guess that’s one way to get around the fact that most of your regulars have jumped ship.

-The first footage from Luther’s new season is here. It’s only supposed to be a couple of episodes but Ruth Wilson is rumoured to be returning and I cannot wait!!

Amber Heard and Johnny Depp Reach Settlement


Johnny Depp and Amber Heard have reportedly reached a $7 million divorce settlement out of court. It’s much more than she was originally asking for, but considering all the shit that was released this week, it makes sense that he’d pay what he needed to make this go away quickly. Their joint statement is pretty telling, too.

-Meanwhile, Amber‘s camp is denying rumours she had an affair with Billy Bob Thorton. Cause, you know, THAT was the most interesting tidbit to come out of the story about Depp cutting his finger and smearing the wall with blood in front of her.

-Pour one out for Justin Bieber‘s Instagram account, which he shut down following all that poo volleying between him and Selena Gomez.

-There’s lots more reaction to Nate Parker‘s interview about his 1999 sexual assault charge, and how that might affect Birth of a Nation’s upcoming TIFF premiere and its Oscar chances. I’ll tell you this, after reading the call transcript between him and the victim (who falsely claimed to be pregnant, in an attempt to get him to identify the other guy in the room that night), I pretty much have zero desire to support that film. “”I can’t control your drinking…I don’t know exactly how drunk you were.” Horrific.

-Oh god. This story just got a million times worse. The accuser’s brother just revealed that she killed herself in 2012. JFC.

Ellen DeGeneres is defending herself against racism allegations following her Usain Bolt tweet.

-Today’s mantra: Please don’t be Britney. Please don’t be Britney. Please don’t be Britney.

-In happier news, she’s officially confirmed to perform at the VMAs for the first time in nearly 10 years.

Anna Paquin is now set star in CBC’s adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s Alias Grace, written and produce by Sarah Polley. I’m going to try to repress my angsty 12th grader hatred of that book and watch this thing.

-Netflix’s boss says he decided to release Gilmore Girls all at once instead of the staggered type of release they’re trying with shows like The Get Down because “I’m petrified of those fans.” Makes sense.

Robert Downey Jr and Nic Pizzolatto are eyeing a TV show at HBO. The project may be based on Downey’s long-gestating Perry Mason reboot, but I want RDJ to stay away from Nic’s True Detective-ness.

Lin-Manuel Miranda has signed up for Disney’s live-action Little Mermaid, while Keira Knightley will be a sugarplum fairy in the live-action Nutcracker.

-God, I love this Winona Ryder magazine cover.

Caitlyn Jenner‘s E! show I Am Cait has been cancelled after two seasons.

John Krasinski has just signed on as the TV action hero in Amazon’s Jack Ryan series.

-Speaking of John, I spent more time at the Sicario screening last year trying to sneak glimpses of him in the row in front of me than watching the actual movie, which means I should probably not try to get tickets for Denis Villeneuve‘s latest film. The full trailer looks good, though.