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Ezra Miller

Is Pete Davidson Dating Bridgerton’s Phoebe Dynevor?

Pete Davidson strikes again! According to DeuxMoi and the Daily Mail, he’s reportedly cozying up to¬†Bridgerton lead actress¬†Phoebe Dynevor.

-Meanwhile, a woman who claimed she was married to Davidson was arrested and charged with multiple crimes, including stalking and trespassing.

Angelina Jolie and her kids are reportedly ready to testify and offer “proof and authority in support” of her spousal abuse allegations against Brad Pitt — but weirdly the major outlets aren’t touching it.

-A day after she was featured in a segment about anti-Asian violence on John Oliver‘s show, Meghan McCain did not appear on The View. She did, however, tweet an apology “for any past comments that aided that agenda.”

-In the New York Times, Whoopi Goldberg was asked about her thoughts on marriage, and said: “I don’t want somebody in my house.” Makes perfect sense.

-The Talk team was informed Friday night the hiatus will extend throughout this week as the investigation into Sharon Osbourne continues.

Kylie Jenner, who boasts about being a billionaire despite what Forbes says, asked fans to help pay for her former makeup artist’s $60k life-saving surgery and it did NOT go well. She has since posted about it to “clear up the false narrative,” saying that she donated $5k even though he hasn’t worked for her in a few years. Yeah, that doesn’t make it sound better.

-Silicon Valley’s¬†Thomas Middleditch is being accused of sexual misconduct, stemming from a Los Angeles Times report about the co-founders of a now-closed goth club in Hollywood.

Emerald Fennell has officially made it (by 2021 standards, at least). The Promising Young Woman director has just been tapped by DC to write the Zatanna superhero movie.

-The CW series Batwoman¬†recast Ruby Rose’s role in last night’s episode.

-I can’t imagine ever bringing myself to watch Zack Synder’s Justice League, but everyone seems to have lots of feelings about the hot dog scene.

-Also, is Ezra Miller just like, forgiven?

-A venture capital firm has decided to “sever all ties” with Dispo, a photo-sharing app co-created by YouTuber David Dobrik, following a woman’s allegations that a member of his Vlog Squad sexually assaulted her.

Orlando Bloom is getting dragged for his day-in-the-life interview.

-I really liked this feature on character actors — and longtime couple —¬†Bill Camp and Elizabeth Marvel (who you would definitely recognize if you saw their faces)¬†about the career renaissance for¬†utility players in Hollywood.¬†“We‚Äôre really fucking lucky. We got older as streaming platforms hit, and what they churn out is content. They need people to carry the water, and we are water carriers. No muss, no fuss.”

-The Ellen DeGeneres Show has lost 1 million viewers since rumours surfaced about its toxic workplace.

-Disney+ claims The Falcon and The Winter Soldier premiere was its most watched ever¬†and I guess we’re just supposed to take their word for it because that’s how streamers work.

-The trailer for Chuck Lorre‘s new CBS sitcom debuted this weekend, and the reaction was swift and negative. Oh, and the concept might have been stolen!

-The Academy Awards are hoping to have a Zoom-free ceremony. “We are going to great lengths to provide a safe and enjoyable evening for all of you in person, as well as for all the millions of film fans around the world, and we feel the virtual thing will diminish those efforts.”

-Here’s the first trailer for Disney+’s Mighty Ducks sequel series, starring Emilio Estevez and Lauren Graham.

Megan Thee Stallion for Marie Claire

Megan Thee Stallion for Marie Claire

Megan Thee Stallion is Marie Claire’s latest cover star.

-I can’t imagine how annoying it is to be famous and have people hassle you when you’re out at a bar. On the other hand, I can’t imagine responding to said people by choking them. Ezra Miller is in hot water after video surfaced this weekend of him appearing to choke a female fan. This is not the type of scandal you want to get caught in when your character is gearing up to headline their own DC superhero movie.

Louis C.K. downplays his sexual misconduct in his controversial new special. One of his new gems:¬†“Men are taught to make sure the woman is okay. The thing is, women know how to seem okay when they‚Äôre not okay.” Oh yes, it’s clearly women’s fault for not spelling out how they felt about you masturbating in front of them without their consent.

Channing Tatum and Jessie J‘s recent reunion reportedly didn’t stick.

John Krasinski surprised a young Hamilton fan by hosting a Hamilton reunion on his web show and it was *wonderful*.

-Also wonderful,¬†Mandy Moore hosted an IG Live and sang the iconic “Only Hope” from A Walk To Remember.

-Speaking of celebs having fun on IG Live, Reese Witherspoon hosted an IG Live and interviewed Offset and Jennifer Lopez.

Jennifer Ehle’s readings of¬†Pride and Prejudice are all available on YouTube.

Phoebe Waller-Bridge has made the stage version of Fleabag available for streaming in order to benefit coronavirus-related charities. It’ll hit Amazon Prime on Friday and be available for two weeks.

-In other fun, at-home entertainment news,¬†CBC has partnered with Hot Docs to launch a festival-at-home experience for audiences across Canada. This fest is one of the country’s best; if you like documentaries, it’s a treat.

-Speaking of TV events,¬†Lady Gaga will curate the historic global broadcast special, which will feature exclusive appearances by Alanis Morissette, Billie Eilish, Chris Martin,¬†John Legend, Kacey Musgraves and more.¬†¬†Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel and Stephen Colbert will host the event, which broadcasts live across ABC, CBS and NBC, as well as being streamed online, on April 18. It’s not a telethon or fundraiser; it’s just meant to¬†entertain and convey messages of solidarity.

-Speaking of Lady Gaga, in a WHO press conference, she said she had helped to raise $35M for Global Citizen in the past week.

-Meanwhile, Elton John is donating $1 million to help people with HIV and AIDS during the coronavirus pandemic.

-The cast of Schitt’s Creek has been doing nightly IG Lives to support foodbanks, and Annie Murphy killed it by teaching the choreography to “Little Bit Alexis.”

-Reality star/noted anti-vaxxer¬†Kristin Cavallari and her family and hairdresser keep posting about how they’re “stuck” in the¬†Bahamas — even though they had plenty of warnings to leave.

Pink talked about her “rollercoaster” experience with coronavirus and says she and her three-year-old son are both recovering.

This thread reminding everyone about what really went down with Paris Hilton/Lindsay Lohan/Britney Spears in the mid-aughts is worth your time.

Keira Knightley‘s new movie is¬†heading online early.

-Who knows when we’ll actually get to see the new Top Gun movie (December, allegedly) but they’re still releasing featurettes about it. It’s going to be so wild when summer blockbusters hit during the time usually reserved for prestige Oscar bait.

 

 

Ezra Miller Hates Hippies, Loves Goats

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Ezra Miller talks about living on a “polyamorous farm” which, yeah, totally tracks.

-His GQ interview included a goat in labour. I wonder if his publicist had to pay extra for that? (Full disclosure: I couldn’t read the whole thing. Once I got to¬†“I find the presence of cell phones bad for my mood. I can feel cell phones when they’re around” I was worried my retinas would detach from such strenuous eye-rolling…)

Bryan Tyree Henry is best known for Atlanta but he’s doing the press rounds now for both Widows and If Beale Street Could Talk, which means he’s getting the GQ treatment.

-Congrats to Gabrielle Union who, after going public with her troubles with infertility, welcomed a new baby girl with hubby Dwayne Wade today via surrogate.

-Yay, Max Greenfield will reprise his role as Leo on the Veronica Mars reboot. (I loved his character at the time, but it retrospect it was super creepy that a fully grown cop was dating a teenager.) Patton Oswalt will also join the cast.

Halsey would like us all to know that she is not dating John Mayer. Understandable.

A magazine dared ask Nicole Kidman about her relationship with her adopted children Connor and Isabella, but she didn’t really say much: “They are adults. They are able to make their own decisions. They have made choices to be Scientologists and as a mother, it‚Äôs my job to love them.”

Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck are officially, finally, for real, no take-backsies divorced.

-Wow, Olivia Munn does NOT like being referred to as a “tech girl.”

-Twilight director Catherine Hardwicke says she wanted more actors of colour, but author Stephanie Meyer resisted. One day I would love to see a tell-all about how authors like Meyer and E.L. James totally messed up their film adaptations.

-This might be the best story about working for a Hollywood agent that I have ever read.

-Speaking of great Twitter threads, this one about the dumbest things people have said to celebrities is gold.

-Hollywood has officially run out of reboot ideas, so they’re looking to hit songs for inspiration. Anyone up for watching a¬†Sk8er Boi TV show?

-Maybe love isn’t dead after all.¬†Meg Ryan confirmed her engagement to John Mellencamp.

-In the trailer for the new season of her Scientology show, Leah Remini is all about the receipts.

-It lives! Brooklyn Nine-Nine will make its NBC debut on Jan 10.

-Avengers 4 is rumoured to be 3 hours, and I don’t understand anything Hollywood does anymore.

Shia LeBeouf and FKA twigs are officially a thing and I want so much more for her….

Bryan Cranston says he hasn’t seen a script yet for the Breaking Bad movie and is not even sure if he’s in it.

Julia Roberts’ Amazon show Homecoming has left me a little cold (I’m on episode 6 so I’m withholding judgment), but there’s no doubt it’s a technical marvel. This piece on its visual style and inspirations is fascinating.

James Franco and Liam Neeson star in the Coen Bros‘ upcoming anthology western The Ballad of Buster Scruggs.