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Harry Styles Fed the Fish

-God, could you imagine being a Harry Styles fan and finding out that while you out, your dad let him in and he wandered around your house leaving you cute notes? This sounds like the start of a rom-com.

-Speaking of rom-coms, someone made a rom-com trailer for The Haunting of Bly Manor and I want to watch that version of the show.

Scarlett Johansson and Colin Jost got married over the weekend, and they broke the news via Meals on Wheels’ Instagram with a plea to donate. Which I kind of love?

-Gem of a human Paul Rudd handed out cookies to people in the rain waiting in line to vote in Brooklyn.

-Halloween may be cancelled for many of us, but not for the famous ones. George Clooney and Rande Gerber have tricked out a Casamigos truck and will drop off booze to their pals.

-Well, well, well. A couple of days ago when Stephen Amell talked about getting covid despite how “safe” he’s been, I mentioned that I’ve noticed some non-safe looking activity on his and his friends’ social media. And now a source is telling Page Six that he hosted a birthday party for his wife in Palm Springs (which he presumably flew to from shooting Heels in Atlanta). One of his BFFs also announced she has it, as did his wife, who did an IG Live yesterday but claims she has no idea where she got it.

Karlie Kloss and husband Joshua Kushner are expecting their first child.

Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom sang a song about voting and it was cute. Very out of tune, but cute.

Nicole Kidman continues to sign onto TV shows and I love this for her. She’s star and produce Amazon’s¬†Things I Know to Be True.

-Here’s the full trailer for the new season of The Crown, which sees¬†Olivia Colman‘s Queen clash with Gillian Anderson‘s Margaret Thatcher.

-Game of Thrones’¬†Maisie Williams leaves her sheltered life with her mom to hunt down her father’s killer in the Two Weeks To Live trailer.

Jada Pinkett Smith Confirms Affair with August Alsina

Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith sat down to talk about their marriage in the latest episode of Red Table Talk, in which she confirmed she had an “entanglement” with August Alsina. She said it was about 4.5 years ago, when she and Smith were secretly separated.

Armie Hammer and Elizabeth Chambers¬†announced the end of their 10 year marriage via a pair of identical Instagram posts Friday afternoon, writing “Thirteen years as best friends, soulmates, partners and then parents.¬†It has been an incredible journey, but together, we‚Äôve decided to turn the page and move on from our marriage. As we enter into this next chapter, our children and relationship as co-parents and dear friends will remain our priority. We understand this news lends itself to public dialogue, but in the interest of our children and our family, we‚Äôre asking for privacy, compassion and love during this time.” The couple, who have two kids,¬†had been spending their quarantine in the Cayman Islands, but he was been spotted in LA this week.

-We’ve now entered the “who shit on the bed?” portion of the Johnny Depp trial.

-In an interview, SNL’s Colin Jost¬†was asked about his costars and said “Kate McKinnon loves books, and before she was on SNL, she was a ghostwriter for a number of YA fantasy series.” I need to know which books!!

-Roswell New Mexico’s showrunner¬†Carina Adly MacKenzie has left the series ahead of its third season. According to THR, she had tension with lead actress¬†Jeanine Mason, spent an unusual amount of time on the set in New Mexico instead of in the writers room in LA, and recently angered WBTV by calling out British broadcaster ITV on Twitter for editing a gay love scene. In her Instagram post, she said she’s leaving “due to fundamental differences” and denied reports of tension with the cast or writers.¬†Interestingly, Roswell actors Lily Cowles, Michael Vlamis, Tyler Blackburn and Heather Hemmens all commented on her post with messages of support, but Mason has not (yet).

-HBO Max has ordered a new show set in the same city as Robert Pattinson‘s The Batman that will focus on the Gotham police. Isn’t this…the show Gotham?

-Terrible: Glee’s Naya Rivera is now presumed dead after the search shifted from a rescue to a recovery mission.

Sarah Paulson was asked about her working relationship with Lea Michele on Watch What Happens Live! and very politely refused to answer the question (it’s around the 5 min mark).

-In his final performance, Carl Reiner appeared in the last scene of Jason Reitman‘s¬†version of The Princess Bride. I cancelled my Quibi subscription before I got to the end but the clip in this article made me teary.

Charlize Theron‘s The Old Guard, which hits Netflix today, is getting mostly great reviews.

-There’s a new trailer for Zac Efron’s Netflix show.¬†and the internet is loving his new Daddy energy.

-Here’s the first clip for 30 Rock’s reunion episode, (which is doubling as NBC’s upfronts presentation), airing Thursday.

Andy Samberg Promotes Palm Springs

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Andy Samberg is the latest celeb to do a backyard photoshoot, this time for GQ to promote the buzzy, incredibly well-reviewed time-loop romcom Palm Springs (currently at 99% fresh on RottenTomatoes), which hits Hulu starting tomorrow but still does not have a Canadian distributor. Poop.

-God, the tragic legacy of the Glee cast continues. Naya Rivera is still missing and presumed drowned after she rented a boat yesterday with her four-year-old son on Lake Piru in Southern California. Her son, thankfully, is fine.

-This clip of her singing “If I Die Young” in Glee’s Cory Monteith/Finn tribute episode broke me.

-Day three of his libel trial in London saw Johnny Depp trying out some local slang,¬†accusing Amber Heard of telling ‚Äúporky pies‚ÄĚ about him to a psychiatrist.

Cameron Diaz may be done with acting, but she’s not done with making money. She just launched a new “clean” wine label.

-Her Charlie’s Angels costar Drew Barrymore covers the new issue of InStyle.

Chris Evans and Lily James are at the ‘blissfully eating ice cream at the park‘ stage of their relationship.

Michelle Williams and Oscar Isaac are set to star in a limited series for HBO call Scenes From a Marriage. This sounds like it was fantasy cast from my brain.

-The Crown is extending its run at Netflix and will now end at Season 6. So there’ll be one more season with Olivia Colman as the Queen before she passes the crown to Imelda Staunton.

-Netflix just put the chill on The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, cancelling it after this season.

-The CW announced Javicia Leslie will be the new Batwoman. Leslie, who identifies as bi-sexual, will be the first Black actor to play the superhero role in a live-action¬† production. I still think it’s weird that their creating a whole new character, but I love this casting!

Taffy Brodesser-Akner wrote a pandemic-centric short story sequel to Fleishman Is In Trouble, my fave book from last year.

-Euphoria creator Sam Levinson has secretly shot a movie during the pandemic with Zendaya and John David Washington called Malcolm & Marie. They used a small crew, shut off air conditioning, tested the cast and crew multiple times, and quarantined for two weeks before shooting.

-Trans TV critic Emily VanDerWerff spent the last two days getting harassed, sent death/rape threats, and had people trying to “cancel” her for expressing her opinion on the Harper’s Bazaar letter. If the¬†signatories of a letter were really for “open debate” and against “cancel culture,” wouldn’t they be speaking up right now? It’s been mostly crickets — and a couple of them are even actively going after her. (Or blaming others for going after her worse.)

-Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner is developing a new series for FX. Tell me again about people being cancelled in Hollywood.

-Lady A, formerly known as Lady Antebellum, is suing blues singer Anita “Lady A” White, which makes their whole name change seem rather performative.

Colin Jost is blaming Scarlett Johansson for that conspicuously placed guitar during his Weekend Update at Home segment.

-Now that Quibi’s 3-month free trial has ended, only 8% of their subscribers is estimated to have signed on to be paying customers. Ouch.

-Wow, Simone Biles’ Vogue cover is stunning.

Jim Carrey wrote a novel — and he filled it with celebrity cameos.

-New Girl’s¬†Lamorne Morris gets Woke in the trailer for Hulu’s upcoming 8-episode comedy series.