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Rihanna Day Drinks with Seth Meyers

-Yeah, the Rihanna segment on Seth Meyers‘ show was a good as expected. (Not as good as Kelly Clarkson’s, but that’s an impossibly high bar to clear). The part where she gives advice about how to woo his wife is the best. Meyers talks about what went into setting it up here.

Drake is starting rumours about that Rihanna tat again.

Tom Hanks gave Tom Holland some valuable acting advice on the Graham Norton Show.

Troye Sivan answered Vogue’s 73 Questions.

-This is a pretty cool feature on the future of the movie industry, with interviews from with the Russo Brothers, Kumail Nanjian, Ava DuVernay and more. The Russo talk about having trouble getting their character-driven film Cherry greenlit, even though they’re coming off the massive success of Endgame. They also talk about how young people are trained to watch YouTube or binge hours of Netflix, but won’t commit to two hours of story-driven movies.

Anna Paquin joins the cast in the trailer for the final season of The Affair.

Kate Beckinsale doing squats over a toilet is a mood.

-I actually kind of adore Kim Kardashian‘s Vogue Japan cover.

Ariana Grande‘s new tattoo is inspired by Jim Carrey which is … something.

-The Red Sonja is back on track, with Transparent creator Jill Soloway replacing Bryan Singer as the director.

Liam Hemsworth stars in the new Killerman trailer.

The Angel Cast Reunites For EW

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-I may have actually squealed out loud when I saw EW’s new cover in honour of Angel’s 20th anniversary. The story and video roundtable are both great — though it’s a little weird that they totally gloss over Glenn Quinn‘s death. And they completely ignore how terrible Joss Whedon treated Charisma Carpenter when she told him she was pregnant, and how she agreed to go back for the 100th episode only if they promised not to kill off her character — only to find out on the day of the shoot that they were killing her off.

Claire Danes interviewed her My So-Called Life costar Wilson Cruz for Variety’s Pride issue. “We had a time.” *sob*

Greg Berlanti talks about the old casting practices in Hollywood: “There were certain execs who would say, ‘Does this actor seem a little soft?’ They would use code words, but I knew what they meant because I was a gay person.”

-An Easy A spinoff is in the works. YAY!! (I reserve the right to rescind that yay if Emma Stone and Penn Badgley aren’t in it.)

-Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis set the record straight on their split rumors with a funny IG video.

According to The BlastDrake paid $350,000 to Instagram model to settle claim that the rapper forced her to perform ‘fetish’ oral sex that involved spitting into a measuring cup.

-This interview with Pamela Adlon about how she approached the last season of Better Things is so good.

-Cancel your plans! Seth Meyers will air a day drinking segment with Rihanna on tonight’s show!

-Speaking of Seth, this is a really great interview with him.

Michael Sheen sharing Good Omens fanfic and defending it is a mood.

-Killing Eve and Fleabag creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge talks about being hired to add some depth and humor to the script for the new James Bond film. “The important thing is that the film treats women properly. He doesn’t have to.”

-This is a super cute video of Jennifer Garner doing charity work. I listened to her episode on the David Tennant podcast, and her work with Save the Children sounds like a fulltime job when she’s not filming, not the typical celebrity showboating.

-I really related to this article about “cord-clingers” — people who are getting more out of a cable subscription than the various streaming services.

Kevin Sorbo being called out by his female costars on Twitter is glorious.

-I’m seeing Celeste Barber this weekend and I. Can’t. Wait.

Tiffany Haddish, Eric Andre and Lil Rel Howery‘s new movie Bad Trip features pranks against real people. I hate this hidden camera stuff so much, I couldn’t even make it all the way through this.

-The new Lion King promo features Beyoncé and Donald Glover singing “Can You Feel The Love Tonight.”

-The trailer for Midsommer, Ari Aster‘s followup to Hereditary, looks creep af.

 

All Hail, Baby Archie!

-Cue the jingle jangle jokes: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry called their baby Archie. The couple has chosen not to use courtesy titles so it’ll be Master Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor. When Charles is King he’ll automatically become Prince Archie, but he (or his parents) may choose not to use it.

-Earlier today, Meghan and Harry presented the baby in a brief interview, and they both looked glowingly happy. (I love what she wore.)

-Meanwhile, George Clooney says he hopes for  kinder treatment of Meghan in the media going forward.

-In other baby news, Amy Schumer called her son Gene.

Stephen Colbert surprised Anne Hathaway last night on the Late Show by introducing her to RuPaul and she cried.

-Have we traveled back in time? Britney Spears has been granted a temporary restraining order against Sam Lutfi for herself, her children and her parents.

-Even the guy who plays Gendry thinks that Game of Thrones marriage proposal was silly. “He just got a bit gassed and asked someone to marry him. And she quite rightly told him where to go. What a stupid question! I think he knows deep down in his heart of hearts there is no way Arya will ever be anyone’s lady.”

Drake wearing a Breaker High sweatshirt last night at the Raptors game is all the CanCon I’ve ever wanted.

Rebel Wilson posted some TBT photos of the time Kristen Wiig took the Bridesmaids cast to a strip club. Trust me, you’re gonna want to click.

Robert Downey Jr.‘s “I love you, 3,000” line is based on something his children say to him. *sob*

-Batwoman, Nancy Drew and a Riverdale spinoff have been ordered to series by the CW.

-The original 90201 cast reunites for a table read in a teaser for their new show.

Kate McKinnon gives Emma Thompson a tour in her SNL promo. I. CAN’T. WAIT.

Busy Phillipps got candid about getting an abortion at 15 on her show following Georgia’s passing of the “heartbeat bill.”

-I’m bummed that Amy Poehler‘s new Netflix movie Wine Country isn’t getting great reviews, but I’m still going to watch the crap out of it.

-This is an interesting take on the future of romcoms after the very well-reviewed Long Shot flopped at the box office.

-I got a kick out of this oral history of the most shocking Survivor moment in history, which aired 11 years ago today.

-An army of Rorschach copycats take to the streets in the first teaser trailer for HBO’s Watchmen series.