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Ana de Armas Is In Deep

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Ana de Armas is on the cover of Vogue Spain, in which her rumoured boyfriend Ben Affleck gushes about her talent. “The first time we read the scenes together, it became pretty clear she was going to do something exceptional with a very complex role,” he says of their work on upcoming thriller Deep Water.

-Meanwhile, she posted the photos that Ben took of her on the beach. Are they supposed to be this blurry?

Amanda Bynes has reunited with her fiancé and announced that they’re expecting a baby.

Chrissy Teigen is defending Vanessa Hudgens after her “dumb” coronavirus, tweeting “Sometimes people, especially famous people, are gonna say really stupid s–t. & so are you. And they, and u, will learn from it & hopefully their history says they’re good. It’s Ok. And at the same time, wow they really had a dumb f—– moment. But u don’t have [to] ruin their lives.”

Kevin Bacon‘s “6 degrees” posts to encourage social distancing is very good.

-I’m loving all the group chats TV casts seem to be having during social distancing. The Superstore cast had their wrap dinner via FaceTime, while the Criminal Minds cast had a virtual hangout.

-A bored Seth Rogen got stoned, watched Cats, freaked out — and live-tweeted the whole thing.

-People are going stir-crazy, which probably led to Oprah‘s name trending due to a crazy and untrue rumour about her being arrested in a child sex ring.

Jennifer Ehle posted video of her reading Pride & Prejudice and it’s all I’ve ever wanted.

Robert Pattinson wants to remind you that Twilight was weird as f*ck. “Even before Twilight, I was doing weird stuff. And to be honest, I always thought Twilight was pretty weird. It’s really just the kind of marketing that made it mainstream. If you look at any interview I did, I would be pushing the chewing through placenta, any element which I could make gross, like I’d push and push and push it to the front. But you know you can’t compete with one guy against the whole marketing department going, ‘It’s a romantic odyssey, it’s beautiful.’ It’s like, ‘No, it’s disgusting [laughs].'”

-One of my very favourite things is the Austin 100, NPR’s annual streaming list of 100 songs you should check out from artists playing SXSW. Now that the fest is cancelled, it’s even more important to give these bands the lift they’re losing out on.

-Little Fires Everywhere dropped its first three episodes on Hulu early! Joshua Jackson announced the news in a super cute photo.

-Also, Jodie Turner-Smith tweeted “objectifying my husband on the internet is my kink and i thought you guys knew this by now” and I love her so much.

Brandon Routh continues to use his exit interviews to make it known that he was NOT happy about leaving Legends of Tomorrow.

-Speaking of Legends cast members, here’s a short film Caity Lotz wrote and directed.

-Black Widow is the latest big movie to get postponed.

Jeffrey Dean Morgan plays a man hunting for his daughter’s killer in The Postcard Killer trailer.

 

 

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Dazzling Comeback

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attended their first public engagement together today since their royal exit announcement and they were glowing. They attended the Endeavour Fund Awards, which honours military personnel and veterans, and were witness to a surprise proposal.

Katy Perry announced her pregnancy via the new music video for her song “Never Worn White,” which ends with her pulling a Beyonce and cradling her belly.

-Little Brown published Ronan Farrow’s Catch and Kill book and today its staff walked out to protest the fact that parent company Hachette is publishing Woody Allen’s book.

-Kids In The Hall are coming back! A revival is set for Amazon with all five stars returning.

-Oof, what is going on with the CW and how they’re parting ways with their leading men? First Stephen Amell talked about feeling disrespected while filming his big death scene in the final season of Arrow, and now Brandon Routh is opening up about his exit from Legends of Tomorrow. “I filmed my last episodes in the Arrowverse and as Ray Palmer, and that was a very traumatic event for me. It was not something I was expecting, it was shocking, it was not well-handled.” He also mentioned that on his final day of filming he didn’t get to act with any of his costars: “I was in the Atom suit, doing greenscreen with the crew. It was kind of a weird last day.”

-Queer Eye’s Jonathan Van Ness showed off his impressive figure skating moves on Insta.

Taylor Swift is donating $1M to the Middle Tennessee Emergency Response Fund following damage caused by the recent tornadoes in Tennessee.

This review of the new seasons of Better things points out one of my favourite things about the show: Sam’s ability to instantly make friends with strangers. I think I fell in love with the show in season two when she hopped in a golf cart at a resort, and then it cut to the next scene of her getting out of the golf cart while giving the driver a hug and congratulating him on his new grandchild.

-Now the Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker novelization is confirming that Rey‘s father is a failed Palpatine clone. Oh my god just STOP.

-After being in Bellevue Hospital for weeks, Harvey Weinstein is finally going to Rikers.

David Spade got the Just Shoot Me cast back together to shoot a video in which he proposes a reboot.

Elle Fanning says she celebrated her 21st birthday like a normal person — by throwing up repeatedly in an Uber.

-Netflix dropped its Love Is Blind reunion special, and some relationship statuses have changed since the finale.

-After controversies surrounding American Dirt and My Dark Vanessa, Oprah’s book club team decided it would not be moving forward with the novel.

-I don’t think blue light glasses actually work (I tried them and they gave me a headache) but Drew Barrymore’s line of them is very cute.

-The first full trailer for the horror flick Antebellum offers more Janelle Monáe.

Laura Dern on the Highs and Lows of Parenthood

Laura Dern Opens Up About Being A Single Parent

-Why isn’t Laura Dern on more magazine covers?? She talks about being a single parent to her two teenagers from her marriage to Ben Harper. “Raising kids gave me enough street cred to feel like I deserved the right to make money. This moment in my life is so sexy and freeing because I’ve had many relationships, I’ve had a marriage, I have my amazing children, so I’m not hiding who I am to get somebody who is willing to have kids or be married.”

-How many times have you listened to Taylor Swift’s Lover album today? I’m on three so far. Critics seem to be mostly loving it. (IMO, the standout tracks are Cruel Summer, Miss Americana & the Heartbreak Prince, and Soon You’ll Get Better.)

-Meanwhile, Taylor‘s new song “Death By a Thousand Cuts” was inspired by the Netflix movie Someone Great starring Gina Rodriguez. “I cried watching the movie and so for about week, I started waking up from dreams that I’m living out that scenario. I woke up and was like oh my god I’m writing a breakup song.”

-The album also features a surprise Idris Elba cameo in the form of a soundbite from his 2017 interview with James Corden.

-Speaking of new music, Missy Elliott‘s new video “Throw It Back” is fire.

Robert Downey Jr. and Tom Holland took a hike together and my head cannon is that it was RDJ’s attempt to help Tom navigate the career whiplash of being groomed as Tony Stark’s heir in the MCU, only to have corporate greed rip it all away.

-Lots of Disney+ news coming out of DX23 Expo today, including confirmation that The Mandalorian (the first live-action Star Wars series) will start streaming Nov 12, a Ms. Marvel series in the works, and this Bill Hader/Anna Kendrick holiday film!

-Aw geez. Brandon Routh and his wife Courtney Ford are out of Legends of Tomorrow. From his social media responses, it sounds like it wasn’t their decision to leave the show.

Victoria Beckham getting angry with David for being so much better at yoga than her is a mood.

Madonna has Miley Cyrus’s back.

Miley will reportedly fight to keep the animals she shared with Liam Hemsworth—seven dogs, two horses, two mini horses, three cats, and a pig.

Kirsten Dunst‘s new dark comedy, which debuts Sunday night, is getting good reviews.

-The scrutiny on Prince Andrew continues to heighten.

-This is a wild story about how Vanity Fair, ABC News and The NYTimes were intimidated or sidetracked from the Jeffrey Epstein story long before his recent arrest. It even includes a cat’s severed head in the front yard of the editor-in-chief of Vanity Fair and bullets placed on front doors as a warning.

Adam Driver, Jon Hamm and Corey Stoll star in The Report trailer, about CIA agents who begin using extreme interrogation tactics after 9/11.