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Jennifer Garner Lives Up to Her ‘Queen of Nice’ Title

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Jennifer Garner‘s profile in THR is full of goodness. She talks about a possible Alias revival (“Sign me up. I’ll grab Bradley [Cooper] by the scruff of his neck”), her ex-hubby Ben Affleck (“People are in awe of him. He’s done incredible things, he’s six-four, he’s … him, and [strangers] treat him with a kind of reverence”),  and why she allowed rare photos of their kids at her Walk of Fame ceremony in 2018 (“I don’t have two Oscars on my mantle, I’ve raised them. And I think every little kid has a dream that their mom will have a moment where people applaud her so that they can say, ‘That’s right, I knew it,’ and my kids got to have that and for that I’m grateful”). She also revealed that her daughter Violet was once kicked off a soccer team because the paparazzi caused too much of a distraction.

-It’s Jon Hamm‘s 50th birthday today. Let’s mark the occasion by staring at this glorious pic of him and Jon Bernthal, shall we?

Natalie Portman and Lupita Nyong’o are both taking their first major TV roles in AppleTV’s new limited series, Lady In the Lake.

Ryan Murphy set the record straight amid claims by Naya Rivera’s father that he broke a promise to set up a scholarship fund for her son.

-41,000 viewers filed complaints to ITV against Piers Morgan over his comments on Meghan Markle‘s mental health​ — and Meghan Markle was one of them.

-Meanwhile, Morgan tweeted, “On Monday, I said I didn’t believe Meghan Markle in her Oprah interview. I’ve had time to reflect on this opinion, and I still don’t.”  (Sidenote: I didn’t realize until I saw this clip that his hatred of her seems to stem from the fact that they once went out for drinks and then she ghosted him — which makes him even more pathetic than I realized.)

CBS will re-air Oprah’s interview with Harry and Meghan on Friday night.

-The people behind Grey’s Anatomy keep making noises about this current season possibly being its last. “I’m planning a season and a finale that could function as either a season finale or a series finale,” showrunner Krista Vernoff told The Hollywood Reporter. “I’m planning for both contingencies and it’s hard and it’s not ideal. It’s not where I wish we were.”

Chloe Sevigny had a secret wedding last year — and she wore black.

Paris Jackson, 22, defended her relationship with Emile Hirsch, 35, after comments about their age difference. When it comes to Hirsch, his age is the least of my concerns.

Winston Marshall is taking some time away from Mumford and Sons after praising a right-wing author.

Justin Bieber calls his latest music video “a love letter to the Toronto Maple Leafs.”

-I don’t watch American Horror Story, but I love that Macaulay Culkin will be in the new season because he deserves all the things.

-Here’s the trailer for HBO’s Tina Turner doc, which premieres March 27.

Gwyneth Paltrow Is a Forgetful Robot in Harper’s Bazaar


Gwyneth Paltrow is having quite a week for visuals, from her tragic Golden Globes dress to her vagina Goop poster, and now her liquid Tom Ford breast plate on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar. In the interview, she talks about befriending ex Chris Martin’s gf Dakota Johnson (“I love her,” Paltrow says. “I can see how it would seem weird because it’s sort of unconventional. But I think, in this case, just having passed through it iteratively, I just adore her”), staying friends with exes (“I’m friendly with Brad Pitt. I don’t have any really bad blood”), and her reaction to stumbling across her old films (“I vom. I gag. I hate it”). Hilariously, she also talks about how Proof is the last non-Marvel movie she’s starred in — forgetting that she did Country Strong five years after Proof.

-This is how Joaquin Phoenix chose to answer a polite, innocuous question backstage at the Golden Globes about his Joker process. Eff this guy.

-Congrats to Chloe Sevigny, who is expecting her first child.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry talked about their “beautiful” Vancouver Island holiday getaway with Archie.

Harvey Weinstein’s rape trial in New York City began this week, and he’s already getting in trouble with the judge for his constant texting. “Is this really the way you want to end up in jail for the rest of your life by texting in violation of an order?”

-BAFTA is getting lots of heat for their all-white acting nominations, so they blamed the industry instead of themselves.

-This Keira Knightley impression is very, very good.

-This doesn’t make me appreciate Tyler Perry’s work ethic; it makes me think he should hire a writing room.

Chris Hemsworth has donated $1 million to fight the Australian bushfires.

James Cameron unveiled some new art images for Avatar 2. Seriously, does ANYBODY still care about this franchise? I know the first movie broke box office records but it left zero cultural footprint. When’s the last time you heard anyone quote Avatar? Can you name any of the characters?

Rob Lowe says Netflix told him that Holiday in the Wild was a bigger hit than The Irishmen, which is hilarious if true.

-This is my least fave scene in A Marriage Story but I get why that one line resonates.

-The CW renewed all 13 of its current series: All American, Batwoman, Black Lightning, Charmed, Legends of Tomorrow, Dynasty, The Flash, In The Dark, Legacies, Nancy Drew, Riverdale, Roswell, New Mexico and Supergirl, plus the yet-to-debut Katy Keene. I’m so glad Legends eked out another season! (My guess is it will be the last one, along with The Flash and Supergirl). The CW’s lucrative Netflix deal expires this year, so rookie shows Batwoman and Nancy Drew will now move to HBO Max and CBS All Access, respectively.

-Oh god, there is a LOT of new TV shows to consume this year and I’m not ready.

-A teenager facing an unintended pregnancy and her cousin embark across state lines to get an abortion in the trailer for Never Rarely Sometimes Always.

Chloe Sevigny Disses America’s Sweetheart, Gets Tons of Attention

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Jennifer Lawrence is annoying and crass says Chloe Sevigny — and if anyone knows crass, it’s the chick who blew Vincent Gallo on film for Brown Bunny. That’s one way to promote her new art book, I guess.

Ryan Reynolds says kissing Anna Kendrick is “like taking your face to Awesometown.” Sounds about right.

River Tiber‘s new song is awesome — and made even more awesome because it uses a previously unheard Drake sample. (We saw these guys play at Field Trip last year and immediately rushed to buy everything they had put out…which ended up being only an EP.)

-It hurts me to admit that Ashton Kutcher is making a good point here, but he just might be.

Julianne Moore has a good reason for turning down the mani cam on the red carpet: “I’m 54 years old. I can’t make my fingers walk; it’s humiliating!” Bless.

-Firefly’s Alan Tudyk and Nathan Fillion are crowdfunding a new comedy, and at last check it was tracking at roughly $1K a minute. Nerd power, yo.

-ABC wanted to cast a role described as a “born hustler” full of “moxie,”  so they chose Nate from Gossip Girl? Oh, Hollywood.

-This trailer for the first authorized Kurt Cobain doc uses home videos and artwork.

-Good on Shad for landing the permanent Q hosting gig! Well deserved (despite what some dickfaces on Twitter might be saying).

-Ruh roh. Shots were reported fired at Lil Wayne’s house in Miami today.

-My interest in the movie side of the DC universe is nowhere near as high as its TV side, but that may change now that Chris Pine is rumored to be starring as Green Lantern in the Justice League movies.

-Oh geez. Shia LaBeouf and his rattail might be engaged.

-Wait, is Liam Neeson‘s new action movie really called Run All Night: Ultimate Protector? It’s like they’re not even trying anymore…