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Robert Downey Jr. Makes a Little Boy’s Day

-A 10-year-old boy with autism who became verbal after getting an Iron Man helmet got to meet Robert Downey Jr. This is all incredibly sweet.

Beyoncé’s IVY Park x adidas fashion collection is about to drop online – and I’m loving how she recruited celebs to help spread the word. (I am NOT loving how I am officially too old to pull off anything from this collection.)

Kylie Jenner posted on Instagram “Don’t talk to me or my daughter ever again” — but no one knows who she’s talking to.

-People is reporting that Prince Harry will remain in the U.K. for meetings, prolonging his return to Canada.

-Interesting to see TV media stepping up to defend Meghan Markle.

-Not surprisingly, Gigi Hadid was dismissed from the Weinstein jury.

-I don’t watch Mindhunter but every TV critic I follow seems to love it. It’s probably not a good sign that Netflix released all the actors from their contracts. (If they decide to continue with the show, does that me renegotiating contracts? Cause that seems shady af.)

January Jones confirms she dated Bachelor alum Nick Viall after he slid into her DMs.

-NBC unveiled their new streaming platform Peacock. It’ll have a library of NBC shows and Universal movies, as well as new projects from Norman Lear, Amy Poehler, Will Forte and Mindy Kaling,

-I finally caught up on the CW superhero crossover and it was a convoluted, emotionally empty mess — but this cameo was insane.

-I really like this piece on the inception ending of Little Women. (There’s a debate if the end scenes can be interpreted as representing the ending of the book Jo wrote rather than the life she went on to lead.)

-Um, these Zoe Kazan comments are really something.

-They may have broken up, but Jessie J was spotted hanging out with Channing Tatum and his daughter.

-Here’s the trailer for romance drama Olympic Dreams starring Nick Kroll — the first ever feature film shot in an Olympic village. I listened to Kroll talk about its production and it sounded really cool (they shot it during the 2018 Winter Olympics).

The Lovebirds trailer has Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani playing a couple who are framed for a murder and decided to try to find the real killer. Oh, I’m gonna watch this one A LOT.

Tiffany Haddish, Salma Hayek and Rose Byrne Get Bossy in Instyle

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Tiffany HaddishSalma Hayek and Rose Byrne cover InStyle to promote their new movie Like A Boss (the new trailer made me lol).

Celine Dion is in Toronto tonight (I’m kicking myself for not getting tickets) but this photo is priceless — much like the ring she’s wearing.

Cara Delevingne tweeted that she was no longer dating Ashley Benson, but then deleted the tweet. So are they still together? And if they’re not, who gets the sex swing??!

-Quibi remains a mystery to me, but good for the Amell cousins.

-It’s been a big few weeks for Supergirl stars speaking openly about difficult personal matters. Chyler Leigh shared that she’s bi-polar.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus reflected on her SNL days during a sit-down with Stephen Colbert: “I didn’t understand how the dynamics of the place worked. It was very, very sexist. People were doing crazy drugs. I was oblivious; I just thought, ‘oh wow, he’s got a lot of energy.'”

-This site is doing a Pride & Prejudice rewatch and it’s such a daily happy-maker!

Jack Black forgot that he was in The Holiday. I wish I could too.

-On last night’s Jimmy Kimmel Show, he had a wax statue made of himself and then he left it around the office, startling his staff members — especially his cousin. The end killed me.

Seven more women have accused Cuba Gooding Jr. of groping and sexual misconduct, bringing the current tally to 22.

Nick Cannon spent most of yesterday annoying Eminem on Twitter before he dropped another diss track. But why tho?

-Former star T.J. Miller weighed in on the Silicon Valley finale — first as himself and then in character. God, he’s not even on the show anymore and he’s still exhausting.

-This is Us’ Justin Hartley’s divorce continues to get messy.

-Aw man, the lead singer of Roxette passed away.

January Jones plays a scary skating mom in the trailer for Netflix’s new figure skating drama Spinning Out. Wait, did they recreate Tessa Virtue’s Olympic dress?

Daniel Radcliffe‘s time period comedy has a new trailer.The portrait bit made me chuckle.

-The Ghostbusters trailer has arrived. I dunno — do we really need a dark and somber GB?

Is Brad Pitt “Terrified” We’ll “Learn the Truth”?


-People is reporting that Angelina Jolie has agreed to Brad Pitt‘s request to have their custody document sealed — but slammed him in her lawyer’s court filing, saying he only wants them sealed because he’s “terrified that the public will learn the truth.” So either there’s something explosively bad in those docs, or she’s really, really good at this. I’m guessing a little bit of both…

January Jones talked about raising a child as a single mother. “He doesn’t have a male person saying ‘don’t cry’ or ‘you throw like a girl.’ All those shitty things that dads accidentally do.” Jeez, what kind of dads is she hanging out with?

-The more “sources” try to convince us that Jennifer Lopez and Drake are “the real deal,” the more I side-eye it.

Woody Harrelson is reportedly in talks to play Han Solo’s mentor in an upcoming Star Wars prequel. I’m only interested if he approaches mentoring like he did in Edge of Seventeen.

Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner made it Instagram official this week.

-It’s Day 4 since the New Year’s fiasco and Mariah Carey and the producers are still fighting over who screwed up. Meanwhile, she says “It’s not going to stop me from doing a live event in the future.” Seeing as she reportedly scored $1M to sing two songs in Toronto a few weeks ago, I don’t blame her.

-Passengers just secured an unusual last-minute China release, so maybe it won’t be a total box office wash after all. Damn.

-Like everyone else, Andrew Garfield gets high before going to Disneyland.

Michael Keaton is brutally honest about why he refused to do Batman Forever: “Not like I’m above it or I’m an artist, but maybe I’m enough of an artist to go I just don’t think I can do this without blowing my brains out.”

-Sometimes I wonder if celebrities know we can all see which posts they like on Twitter and Instagram. I hope they never figure it out.

-Shut up, Casey Affleck. You shouldn’t be “turning the tables” on critics, you should be kissing their asses for gushing about your acting instead of writing about what they *should* be talking about.

-Is Drew Barrymore‘s new Netflix show about … cannibals?

-I spent a lot of time staring at this headline and I’m still not sure how I feel: “James Van Der Beek will play Diplo in Viceland’s first scripted comedy.”

Diego Luna remains the best.

Johnny Depp remains the worst.

-Grab the tissues. HBO just dropped a trailer for the Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds doc, which the network will premiere Jan 7.