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Ben Affleck, Garrett Hedlund, Charlie Hunnam and Oscar Isaac’s Beach Party

-These photos of Charlie Hunnam, Ben Affleck, Garrett Hedlund, and Oscar Isaac enjoying a day at the beach made me realize a) I will never be able to distinguish Hunnam and Hudlund, b) Affleck’s story that the giant back tattoo is fake and for a movie role gets weaker with every passing day, and c) male celebrities should wrestle shirtless in the sand more often.

-Well, it looks like Terry Gilliam is trash.

-In a new interview, The Flash’s Keiynan Lonsdale, who plays Bram in Love, Simon, talks about representation, Queer Eye and coming out on the set of the film. “I just said it to the group, and they were, of course, really supportive and I explained to them that I wish I had said something earlier.”

-Ellen mortified Jennifer Garner by making her watch her Oscar meme. “What is wrong with me?!”

-I love that this mom has become an internet sensation because of Taylor Swift’s new video.

-Speaking of Swift’s new video, people are noticing a lot of similarities between it and this killer Kenzo ad, which stars Margaret Qualley from The Leftovers and was directed by Spike Jonze. Kenzo reportedly posted the comment: “Listen Tay, I feel you. It’s hard to stay fresh. Call us, we can help.”

-Here’s a look at Stranger Things star David Harbour‘s epic trek  to Antarctica that began as a Twitter joke.

Selena Gomez was spotted carrying a bible to lunch.

-I like this article that makes the case for prestige TV procedurals like The Good Fight, which is having a stellar second season.

Martin Freeman says filming Sherlock is no fun anymore because of its fandom. I’m sure there are plenty of other actors who’d be willing to take that hardship off his hands…

-This is a great look at the pre-emptive backlash against Ready Player One, and how the book has come to represent toxic fanboy culture.

-Why are celebrities still chummy with Chris Brown? Be better, Ed Sheeran!

-I’m a little worried about how Avengers: Infinity War is going to possibly be able to service all of these characters, but damn this is a good trailer. As soon as the trailer dropped, I saw people on my TL shipping Shuri/Bucky and Shuri/Peter. I follow the right people, obviously.

 

Emilia Clarke Says She’s “Photoshopped and Drunk” on Esquire Cover

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Emilia Clarke says she was “photoshopped and drunk” during her Esquire cover shoot. The Photoshopped part was pretty obvious. I could barely recognize her.

-Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner does a pretty mean Jon Snow impression. Her Professor X impression could use some work, though.

Is Colin Farrell the reason Kirsten Dunst reportedly broke up with her boyfriend of four years Garrett Hedlund? I’m doubtful, but if true, she really needs to read the memoir his ex Emma Forrest wrote. Seriously gurl, read it!

-The fact that Michael Buble is being mercilessly mocked for the gross way he eats corn makes me way happier than it probably should.

-Prayer circle time, y’all. Prince has reportedly been hospitalized after an emergency landing in Illinois.

-Tough crowd. Jennifer Aniston was reportedly booed when she showed up late to the premiere of Mother’s Day. That’s seems like an overreaction. I’m sure she was only a little … wait… what’s that? She showed up an hour late? Never mind. Resume booing.

-I know celebrity pregnancy news comes in threes, but I’m super side-eying this report about Katie Holmes expecting with Jamie Foxx.

-Vulture’s piece examining why Hollywood keeps disrespecting Melissa McCarthy is so, so good. Why is everyone whining about how she needs a new agent instead of lining up to work with her? (I take issue with the notion that she surfaced out of nowhere, though — 7 seasons on the Gilmore Girls is a lot of exposure.)

-Sad news: Aisha Tyler and husband are divorcing after more than 20 years of marriage. She the bestest human ever and deserves a life filled with only happiness, rainbows and chocolate sprinkles.

-Jesus Christ. Did grown ass man Henry Cavill really give his 19-year-old girlfriend a promise ring? I was worried she would be too immature for him. Not anymore.

-The Ghost in the Shell producers are really leaning into the crapstorm. They reportedly ran VFX tests to make white actors appear Asian.

-MTV’s ‘delete you account‘ column is my new favourite thing. Erykah Badu wasn’t surprising but Parker Posey broke my heart a lil’ bit.

-Here’s a trailer for Mr Robot’s season two. I want it now!!

-This video of Paul Rudd getting excited when he heard his name being called by a kid is the best thing ever.

-The second best thing ever is this video of Stephen Amell correctly identifying photos of celebrity abs. It went from being impressive to being kind of scary. “That’s a before shot of Michael B Jordan.” Dude, let’s be friends. I think we share a lot of common interests….

Drake joined Rihanna onstage during her performance in Toronto last night.

-Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’s second season is now on Netflix, and critics are saying it feels more like 30 Rock. Sign me up!

-Following news that Louis C.K.‘s experimental web drama Horace and Pete put him millions of dollars in debt, here’s an interesting examination of TV’s modern business models and the worth of art.

-I mean, I’m seeing this Nine Lives trailer and yet I still can’t quite bring myself to fully believe that Kevin Spacey plays a talking cat.

-This story about how a movie critic once pooped his pants while waiting to talk to James Cameron about Avatar might be the best thing I’ve read all week.

-A clothing company is claiming Beyonce didn’t give them enough credit in her Elle photo spread. Isn’t that the magazine’s job?

-Here’s the trailer for Nate Parker‘s eagerly awaited The Birth of a Nation, which set a record at the Sundance Film Festival when it was sold for $17.5 million.

Selena Gomez Poses Topless for GQ

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Selena Gomez loses the makeup (and the shirt) for her new GQ photo spread, and says she refuses to publicly complain about fame. “I chose this. So I’m not gonna sit here and say, ‘Oh, my God, poor me, I didn’t have a normal childhood.'”

-Speaking of new cover stories, Willow Smith totally owns this Teen Vogue article.

-Despite their pregnancy announcement, Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green‘s divorce is still moving ahead.

-Speaking of breakups, let’s pour one out for Kirsten Dunst and Garrett Hedlund, who split after four years together.

Lindsay Lohan roped her parents into her big engagement tease. Such a staged sweet family moment.

-This Vulture interview with all the kids from ABC comedies is adorable — but also kind of depressing because they already sound more mature than me.

-I’m so done with all these crazy stories about Jared Leto on the set of Suicide Squad set. The latest: he gave his costars anal beads and used condoms. Seriously, what is the promotional strategy behind this?!

-Civil War’s Team Cap actors tried to answer personal trivia about each other, failed miserably.

-Oh hey, Chris Evans in InStyle. Hey, boo.

Robert De Niro spewed a lot of thoroughly debunked anti-vaccination nonsense in a crazy new interview on the Today Show.

-YASS! San Diego Comic-Con will finally stream its Hall H panels this year.

Anna Wintour got lost and cried at Kanye West’s Madison Square Garden show. But doesn’t that mean Anna Wintour is capable of human emotion? I’m…so confused.

-Also, her wanting to sit next to Idris Elba is making her even more relatable to me.

-So the 21 Jump Street /Men In Black crossover is actually happening? For realsies?

Aziz Ansari and Eric Wareheim are shooting Master of None in Rome and took a break to make a hilarious music video set to Kanye’s “Famous.”

-On the Tonight Show, Amy Schumer experimented with some new ways to sit in the interview chair, and talked about her boyfriend’s mother’s inability to say “no comment.”

Matt LeBlanc is reportedly at war with his Top Gear cohost. So, not Friends then?

-I’m not feeling Margot Robbie’s oversized blazer here, but she’s promoting Tarzan so I guess she’s allowed to totally give up at this point.

Ben Affleck will officially direct and write an upcoming standalone Batman film — but will he be able to overcome the age issue?

-I really liked Vulture’s exploration of what the hell Girls is doing to Hannah’s character. That show doesn’t get a lot of attention anymore, but it’s having a stellar season.

-The Doctor Strange trailer has arrived. I’m hoping my love for Rachel McAdams and Tilda Swinton will overshadow my ambivalence for Benedict Cumberbatch. Also, guess how many Asians there are in this trailer about a guy going to Asia to learn Asian mystical arts? Yeah.