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James Cameron

Keanu Reeves Goes Viral For All The Right Reasons

Keanu Reeves encountered a young fan at the airport and was the absolute gentleman you’d expect him to be.

Adele admitted that the immense public scrutiny in response to the abrupt cancellation of her Vegas residency left her completely deflated. “I was a shell of a person for a couple of months. I just had to wait it out and just grieve it, I guess, just grieve the shows and get over the guilt, but it was brutal.” She added, “I don’t think any other artist would have done what I did and that is why it was such a massive, massive story. It was like, I don’t care. You can’t buy me, you can’t buy me for nothing.” Ok, but did she do anything to make it up to the people who had already taken flights/checked into their hotels? Has she even nailed down how long the show will be postponed? I like her a lot, but her handling of this was poorly done.

-Looks like those Deux Moi sightings were on to something: Chris Rock and Lake Bell appear to be dating.

Julia Roberts celebrated her 20th anniversary with incorrect hashtagging.

-Sex Education actress Emma Mackey says all of the Barbies featured in Greta Gerwig’s upcoming film had a sleepover at the start of filming.

-Twitter released a statement acknowledging it made a mistake and violated its own hateful conduct policy when it allowed Elliot Page‘s deadname to be listed under the site’s trending tab for at least 45 minutes.

Nina Dobrev posted a TikTok that captioned “find my iphone” that features Shaun White, Miles Teller, Chris Pratt and Shaq finding her phone

-I wonder if Bette Midler and Macy Gray realized they were on the wrong side of history once J.K. Rowling spoke out to support their views on trans people?

-There’s a Stranger Things sequel in the works and it’s NOT about Steve and Robin working at the video store?! Hard pass.

James Cameron went off on haters who complain about Avatar’s runtime and the original’s lack of cultural relevancy.

-The reviews are in for Thor: Love and Thunder and though critics don’t seem to love it as much as Ragnarok, the reviews are mostly positive, especially for the film’s final stretch.

-HBO Max dropped a trailer for Rap Sh!t, its new series from Issa Rae and City Girls.

-Prime’s Paper Girls, starring Ali Wong, follows four girls who are delivering papers in 1988 and suddenly find themselves transported to the future, where they meet their older selves.