-I don’t know if this security sign that’s supposedly outside Taylor Swift‘s house is the real deal, but I really hope it is.
-Congrats to Vince Vaughn and his wife, who just welcomed a new son. They named him Vernon Lindsay, after the actor’s father.
-The LAPD have dismissed Leah Remini‘s missing person report for the head of Scientology’s wife, with TMZ reporting that cops had a face-to-face meeting with her. Something’s still…off.
-I love and adore Connie Britton and I love and adore everything she says in her new Ladies’ Home Journal cover story. I’m just not loving the styling. That doesn’t even look like her face in the first photo, and the cover shot makes her hair look terrible. How is that even possible? Connie Britton’s hair rules the world!
-On the flip side, I’m loving the styling in Miley Cyrus‘ new magazine spread. If only Kiernan Shipka hadn’t already beat her to the ‘young star looking hot in fuzzy couture’ punch this month.
–Liam Hemsworth has a “no shirtless selfies” rule for Twitter. If only his girlfriend would follow suit.
-Speaking of those two, they walked a carpet together last night for the first time in over a year. Yay?
–Ariana Grande is begging fans to chill out after they went cray cray because Justin Bieber was spotted kissing her on the cheek.
–Werner Herzog‘s gut-punching documentary on texting while driving might be the thing that finally stops it. You can watch the whole thing here.
-More evidence that Bruce Willis is a jerk: Sly Stallone would rather work with Mel Gibson than him.
-The trailer for Season 3 of Homeland just dropped, and even though the show kind of lost me last year, this promo is really, really working for me. Mostly because A) it features a lot of Claire Danes Cry Face, which is the quickest thing in the world to reduce me to vapor, and B) it’s soundtracked by The Cinematic Orchestra’s “To Build a Home,” which I once listened to non-stop for an entire week.
-Before that, everyone was making a big deal out of this Instagram photo of Robert with a blonde. (There’s also a bunch of other people, but none of them are hot blondes so apparently they don’t count.)
-Meanwhile, Rob has moved back into his house— which is just a few streets away from Kristen Stewart‘s. #awkward
–Amanda Bynes claims her Twitter was hacked and that she didn’t actually say those things about Rihanna. She also says she doesn’t do drugs and is a “model citizen.” Mmm-hmmm.
-Meanwhile, the NYPD is calling bullshit on her claims that she was groped by the police.
–Will and Jaden Smith gave an interview to Vulture, and it’s partly adorable (I love the end when Jaden is complaining about how his dad is always trying to impart life lessons and he just wants to go to the movies), but it’s also partly weird. Gawker picked apart some of the stranger comments, especially the whole “student of patterns” bit. (Which should come as no surprise to anyone who remembers Will’s slightly creepy Time interview, in which he explained how he became a movie star: “We looked at (the top box office list) and said, O.K., what are the patterns? We realized that 10 out of 10 had special effects. 9 out of 10 had special effects with creatures. 8 out of 10 had special effects with creatures and a love story.”
–Daniel Radcliffe says he’d be up for returning to the Harry Potter franchise one day if there’s ever a sequel. Wow, did Woman In Black really do that badly at the box office?
-The new Bridget Jones movie will be called Bridget Jones: Mad About the Boy. Is the boy in question a son? And am I a terrible person for hoping that it’s not?