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 Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson Tease Men In Black

-All of the photos Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson are teasing from the Men in Black reboot are getting me hyped.

-There’s been lots of talk in the wake of #MeToo about how terribly Megan Fox has been treated. When asked by the NYT if she thinks she’s owed an apology she said “I mean, that’s a lovely sentiment, and I appreciate that” before adding that she has no plans to tell her stories.

-Whoa nelly. Walking Dead co-creator Frank Darabont‘s $280M suit against AMC is going to trial. This should get messy.

Hannah Gadsby and Roxane Gay sat down together to talk about body image, trolls and more.

-In an interview with Extra, Diane Kruger revealed that she and Norman Reedus had a baby girl.

Sophia Bush says her One Tree Hill producers were “inappropriate” in the wake of her split from costar Chad Michael Murray. I remember the writers making their characters hook up right after they got divorced, which always seemed like the height of cruelty.

-Here’s the first trailer for the CW’s Roswell reboot. Man, I want this to not suck.

Tyler Perry surprised holiday shoppers by buying out the entire layaway department at two Walmarts, which is all kinds of great.

Offset is reportedly desperate to get Cardi B back, but feels he’s being blocked by “haters.” (It’s the haters’ fault and not the cheating rumours? Huh.)

-Variety reports Rami Malek is currently “being eyed” to play the next Bond villain, which I don’t hate.

-This Brooklyn Nine-Nine promo looks more expensive than an entire episode. Get that NBC money!

Nicolas Cage’s master class sounds like it was a trip.

-I kind of love what Hailee Steinfeld wore to the Bumblebee premiere. It’s over-the-top which is perfect for that film.

-I can’t really wrap my head around this new, jovial, happy-to-do-promo Jake Gyllenhaal.

-The new Once Upon a Deadpool trailer is a defense of Nickelback — which is a bold choice.

-The new Brightburn trailer is like a horror version of a Superman movie, and from what I saw on Twitter this weekend people have OPINIONS!

-The Disney Channel has released a full trailer for their live-action Kim Possible movie.

-Meet Ellen Page‘s weird superhero team in the trailer for Netflix’s The Umbrella Academy.

Ben Affleck, Oscar Isaac, Charlie Hunnam, Garrett Hedlund and Pedro Pascal attempt to rob one of the world’s most violent cartels in Netflix’s Triple Frontier trailer.

Jennifer Aniston Talks “Successful” Marriages and Lack of Social Media

Jennifer Aniston Elle Magazine

-In her new Elle cover story, Jennifer Aniston talks about her marriages (“My marriages, they’ve been very successful, in [my] personal opinion…and when they came to an end, it was a choice that was made because we chose to be happy, and sometimes happiness didn’t exist within that arrangement anymore”), potential future children (“Who knows what the future holds in terms of a child and a partnership — how that child comes in… or doesn’t? And now with science and miracles, we can do things at different times than we used to be able to”) and her lack of social media presence (“If I’m sitting here posting something about my dogs or I’m Boomeranging my coffee mug in the morning, that’s just giving away one more piece of something that is mine”).

-The Oscars host search continued. Kevin Hart stepped down from hosting less than 24 hours after being announced because people found his (not very hidden) anti-gay tweets. I don’t believe this will hurt his career AT ALL, but those tweets weren’t secret. The Academy should have known better.

-Now the search is on for another host. Tiffany Haddish and/or The Rock would be awesome, no?

-The Cut writer of that Priyanka Chopra piece has apologized. But where’s her editor in all this?

-Look, I don’t post pics of celebrities’ kids, but holy crap you need to Google the new photo of George and Amal Clooney‘s son because it is is golden.

Leonardo DiCaprio just can’t stop buying dinosaur bones, which isn’t weird at all.

Cardi B found out about her Grammy noms when she was in court. What is life?

-Oof, Ashley Judd had a convo with a sex-worker activist, and her final words are the height of white feminism.

-What is up with The Grinder lawsuit? I loved that show and I loved Fred Savage in it, so this is all very disheartening.

-The Good Place threw in another crazy, Earth-shattering twist, and I love this article on all the logistics of it.

-Well, look at that: Doctor Who with Jodie Whittaker is a ratings success (which is funny because I saw a lot of fanboy tweets talking about what a failure it is….)

Saoirse Ronan is reportedly dating her Mary, Queen of Scots costar Jack Lowden.

-Wow, did I ever love this story on how marketing screwed over Jennifer’s Body, because no one knew how to sell a horror movie made by women for teen girls, and because everyone at the time was roorting for Diablo Cody and Megan Fox to fail.

-Seeing as how the Game of Thrones crew has talked a lot about filming fake scenes and printing fake scripts, I’m not convinced this leaked spoiler is legit.

-The Avengers: Endgame trailer is all anyone’s talking about. I can’t believe it’s coming out in April (just a month after Captain Marvel). I’m in no way complaining, but it feels like I *just* saw Infinity War. Also, here’s trailer, but with Boyz II Men’s End Of The Road  instead, which makes it even better.

Lena Dunham’s Apology Falls Flat

-Jesus. I’d read about Lena Dunham’s apology to Aurora Perrineau and it was bad enough, but the video is full on cringe. Owning your mistakes in public is great, but this whole thing just feels so performative and gross.

Offset‘s alleged mistress has apologized to Cardi B after hearing about their split. “I have not messed with Offset since he had his baby. I didn’t know how serious his marriage was, you know … I feel ashamed,” she told TMZ.

Jennifer Aniston and George Clooney‘s friendship will never not fascinate me.

-Meanwhile, Aniston’s new Netflix movie Dumplin’ is not getting great reviews — but we’re all still gonna watch it, right?

Jeff Goldblum teamed up with James Corden to parody Ariana Grande‘s “thank u, next,” which was appropriately titled “Thank U, Jeff.

-The Four Weddings and a Funeral cast will reunite for a charity short for Red Nose Day.

-Gearing up to interview Kim Kardashian on her show, Busy Philipps documented her 4-hour transformation to look like a Kardashian.

Julia Roberts will not be serving Lucas Hedges any more Thanksgiving dinners after he called her turkey dry.

Natasha Rothwell is taking over the world and she deserves it all.

-The Jason Momoa social media posts from bts on SNL continue to deliver the goods.

-John Krasinksi keeps sending The Rock naked selfies from his gym.

Michael Douglas has denied THR’s story that he once masturbated in front of a journalist.

-The Golden Globe nominations were announced today, and while there were some great surprises (The Americans, The Bodyguard, Sandra Oh, The Good Place), I’m very bummed that Widows and Atlanta were shut out.

-Also, I don’t understand any of the movie categories. Bohemian Rhapsody and A Star is Born should be in the music/comedy category rather than Best Motion Picture Drama. And why is Green Book a comedy or musical?

-Also, people are not happy that Girl, the trans-hating movie from Belgium, got a nomination.

-Wondering why all the Hallmark holiday movies look so familiar? Most of them are shot in northern Ontario.

Chrissy Metz plays a grieving mother in the Breakthrough trailer.