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Chris Evans’ Puppy Pushups

John Krasinski challenged Chris Evans and Miles Teller (ugh) to the #22PushUpChallenge, and Chris’ response features the most adorable dog distraction ever!

-You know what’s nuts? After that totally gross video that came out on Friday of Johnny Depp hurling a wine glass at Amber Heard, I still saw people on Twitter cape for him. I don’t get it. Let’s see what they say now that TMZ is reporting he once accidentally cut off the tip of his finger while fighting with her, then wrote on the wall in blood “Billy Bob” – the name of the actor he was accusing her of cheating on him with. Charming.

-Also, I appreciated this article on how Heard and Lindsay Lohan suffer from being imperfect victims.

Justin Bieber has threatened to make his Instagram private if commenters don’t stop attacking his new lady, Sofia Richie (who is Lionel Richie‘s daughter. You know who I found out this weekend is NOT actually Lionel Richie’s daughter? Nicole Richie. #MindBlown)

Justin‘s pleas for civility somehow led to a pissing contest between him and Selena Gomez, with her insinuating he cheated — and him shooting back with “oh I forgot about you and Zayn?” Not surprisingly, their fans spent the weekend having meltdowns.

Thomas Gibson is reporting mulling a lawsuit over his Criminal Minds firing. I guess that explains why his statement didn’t include an apology.

-Meanwhile, his ex-costar Shemar Moore is subtweeting him. (Also, I’m now going to end every Instagram video with “church is over.”)

Jared Padalecki got bad service from a waitress — so he posted a photo of her face to his 3M followers. And then he defended the post by comparing people who say he shouldn’t complain to people who say he shouldn’t be depressed. Nope, nope, all the nopes. You don’t get to play any of those cards, Dean.

This is a great read about how Mr Robot isn’t getting the critical reception this summer of Netflix shows like Stranger Things and The Get Down, but at least it’s trying something completely different.

-Speaking of Stranger Things, this interview/lovefest between Aaron Paul and the little girl who plays Eleven is all kinds of adorable. And then his wife jumps on the phone so she can fangirl too? Kill me now.

-Bad word of mouth resulted in a huge Batman V Superman-like box office drop in Suicide Squad’s second weekend. So why is WB still heavily investing in Zack Snyder’s vision of the DCEU?

-Lowly movie studio employees are rising up. First we got last week’s open letter to the WB and now the comments section of an interview with the directors of Sausage Party was overrun with anonymous sources claiming animators were reportedly forced to work for free and generally treated like poo. (I saw the film over the weekend. I thought it was just meh.)

Tom Hiddleston is blaming the deluge of photos of him with Taylor Swift on the fact that “we all live in a world where every phone has a camera.” Sure, but do we also all live in a world where everyone has long-lensed professional cameras on remote beaches?

The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore was canceled today, which sucks because they’re not even going to get to cover the election. It’s not exactly surprising giving its lack of ratings and buzz.  Wilmore released a statement about “The Unblackening” of the Comedy Network.

-This is weak sauce: Adele says she was approached by the Super Bowl to do the next halftime show and declined, so the NFL and Pepsi ran to Billboard with a statement about how there was no “formal” offer. Yeah. Because she declined.

Bella Thorne and Gregg Sulkin split after more than a year together. I have no idea who either of these people are, but my Twitter timeline is devastated. Sorry?

-Congrats to Kevin Hart, who married longtime girlfriend Eniko Parrish on Saturday.

Natalie Portman gushing about French women sounds like me every time I visit France.

-Is it weird that these photos make me want to party with Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus?

-This is such a good look at Nate Parker’s problematic past and how that may (or should?) change our view of Birth of a Nation.

Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard are oh so pretty in the Allied trailer.

-The untold story of NASA’s genius black women gets the spotlight in the Hidden Figures trailer, starring Taraji P. Henson.

Gwyneth Paltrow Tries to Convince Us She’s Super Laid-Back — With Her Abs

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-In her new Women’s Health cover story, Gwyneth Paltrow insists she’s a cool, down-to-earth chick who isn’t as high maintenance as we’ve been led to believe. On her beauty routine, she laughs, “I’m not like, ‘Then I use this masque that I make on my stove.'” On parenting, she insists, “I don’t believe in saying, ‘You’re not allowed that.’ If my kids want a Shirley Temple with the radioactive cherry in it, go for it, you know?” Ahh, why’d she have to say “radioactive.” She sounded *thisclose* to being normal!

-I never thought I’d agree with an article titled “It’s Time for Katherine Heigl to Return to Grey’s Anatomy,” but this makes a lot of sense.

-Ugh, these behind-the-scenes details about the inappropriate behaviour of Mad Men actor Paul Johansson during a Buzzfeed interview are super cringey. Dude needs to simmer down and remember he’ll always be known as the guy who’s heart was eaten by a dog.

-Whew! Supernatural’s Jared Padalecki seems to be fine after sending a series of distressing tweets.

-On today’s Ellen, Melissa McCarthy further expanded on her verbal bitchslap of a reporter who criticized her looks.

Emily Blunt adds her voice to high heel outcry at the Cannes Film Festival. Thank gawd that rule didn’t exist when I was there.

-Now that it’s been confirmed that Julianna Margulies and Archie Panjabi didn’t shoot their final scene together, whenever you tell someone you hate your coworker, you now need to clarify if you “Good Wife hate” your coworker.

-And that was the day I decided to follow Grant Gustin

-The comments in this story about celebrities being dicks to their fans are beyond hilarious.

Amy Schumer tackles police brutality, body image and dog owners in her latest episode.

-I love the Mariah Carey/JLo feud so hard!

-Just in case you didn’t already love Amal, George Clooney says she kept him on one knee for “28 minutes” pleading his case when he proposed.

-Also, George is still not interested in joining Twitter.

John Greene wants to remind everyone that he’s a novelist, not a casting director. So leave him alone about the Looking For Alaska actors, mmm-kay?

Gael Garcia Bernal wields a giant machete in The Burning trailer.

Simon Pegg addressed his comments about the “dumbing down” of blockbusters and our current obsession with “very childish things” like “comic books, superheroes” — though I’m not sure it’s better to admit that he just makes stuff up when he’s bored during interviews.

Blair Waldorf and Seth Cohen are having a baby!

-Variety has a great cover story on Greg Berlanti. He has a hand in pretty much every show I watch religiously — though I’m not sure about his new Pan movie, based on this trailer.

George, Julia and Idris Are Among The Stars Gracing Vanity Fair’s Hollywood Issue

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-There is a lot to love about Vanity Fair’s annual Hollywood Issue cover (Michael B. Jordan! Brie Larson! Léa Seydoux!), not to mention the fact that it’s as racially progressive as it’s ever been. There’s still grumbling about Lupita being stuck on the second fold, but baby steps!

-Also, this issue reportedly features the Gwyneth Paltrow takedown-turned-puff-piece.

-Speaking of historic magazine covers, it looks like Kanye West finally wore Anna Wintour down: Kim Kardashian reportedly did a Vogue shoot today.

-In other magazine cover news, Christie Brinkley (who’s 60!) is posing on the cover of People in a bikini.

-There are lots of remembrances being written about Philip Seymour Hoffman today, including this look back at his best scenes, and most lasting roles (I’d add Happiness in there, which I hated but have never been able to shake). Meanwhile, stars have taken to Twitter to remember him and comment on addiction, while Gwyneth Paltrow posted a cute Instagram photo of them on the Talented Mr. Ripley shoot, and Cameron Crowe recounted a great story from the set of Almost Famous.

Jared Padalecki, on the other hand, totally screwed up with his PSH tweet.

-Meanwhile, 70 bags of heroin were apparently found in PSH’s apartment, and there’s lots of talk about how “dishevelled” he seemed at Sundance.

-Also, his death won’t derail the Hunger Games sequels.

This video of Joshua Jackson and Diane Kruger trying to survive two days in Death Valley with only the water that their fancy Mercedes-Benz F-cell car produces will make you love them as a couple even more (if that’s possible).

-I seriously cannot get over how much Miley Cyrus looks like Lady Gaga in some of the shots in her W profile.

-This was published last week but I was away eating cheese and eclairs so I missed it, but I really liked this article on American Horror Story: Coven and why Ryan Murphy has great ideas, but is a terrible showrunner. Word.

-Speaking of things I missed, George Clooney did an AMA on Reddit last week and it was amazing.

-Meanwhile, George raised $1.2 million for Satellite Sentinel by auctioning off a date.

Leonardo DiCaprio watched the Super Bowl with a bunch of friends that included My Name Is Earl’s Ethan Suplee and Bradley Cooper, but didn’t include Jonah Hill. Gasp!

JK Rowling thinks Harry Potter should have married Hermione in the end. Gasp squared!

Kevin Jonas live tweeted the birth of his baby girl — and the whole thing was corporate sponsored. Sounds gross, but I’m just relieved that icky rumour about the whole pregnancy being faked for ratings turned out to be bunk.

-Here’s the first trailer for Jake Gyllenhaal’s Enemy, which doesn’t even begin to express how weird this movie is.

-This baby’s reaction to the Parks and Recreation theme song is eerily similar to my own.

-I love how this interview with the cast of They Came Together quickly morphed into an interview about Wet Hot American Summer.

-Here’s the full episode of Comedians in Cars with Jerry Seinfeld and Jason Alexander.

-If you’re a House of Cards fan, there’s an exclusive sneak-peek scene from the season premiere accompanying this profile.

-This is sad but understandable: Kristin Scott Thomas says she’s quitting film. If you’ve never seen I’ve Loved You So Long, seek it out. Soo good!

-One of the kids from Desperate Housewives is coming clean about his addiction issues.

-Ruh roh. Benedict Cumberbatch‘s ancestors were slave owners.

-I’ve always found it hard to watch Woody Allen movies without feeling icky. Now it’s downright impossible.

Cameron Diaz launched a shoe collection, because why not?

-Here’s our first look at 24: Live Another Day. I’m loving the prominence of Chloe!

-A new Scientology commercial ran during the Superbowl and it’s, um, yeah.

-Speaking of the Super Bowl, Bruno Mars straight up killed it!

-Among all of the Super Bowl commercials (which you can watch here) there were a ton of new movie trailers. We got new peeks at Need for SpeedMuppets Most WantedTransformers: Age of Extinction, and The Amazing Spider-Man 2. My favourite, I think, was the latest trailer for Captain American: The Winter Soldier.