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Shailene Woodley Talks Engagement to Aaron Rodgers

 

 

Shailene Woodley covers THR,

Shailene Woodley covers THR, and says she and Aaron Rodgers were engaged a while before announcing it. “When we announced that we were engaged, we wanted to do that only because we didn’t want someone else to do it before we did,” Woodley says. “And we didn’t do it for months and months after we had become engaged, but the reaction to it was really a lot, and so we were like, ‘Let’s just politely decline [to talk about the relationship] for a little while and live in our little bubble.'” I’m not sure why she’d want to reintroduce speculation about their relationship timeline when it had finally died down, but here we are again.

-The Brampton-born star of Netflix’s Never Have I Ever, Maitreyi Ramakrishnan, is on the cover of EW to talk about the new season.

Megan Fox says she made a pro/con list before agreeing to date Machine Gun Kelly. What could possibly have been on the pro list?

-The filmmaker behind the Anthony Bourdain documentary Roadrunner sounds like he made some odd choices. There’s a surprise AI recreation of Bourdain’s  voice. He also decided not to pursue an interview with his girlfriend at the time of his death, Asia Argento.

Michael Imperioli and Steve Schirripa claim that HBO once gave their Sopranos costar James Gandolfini $3 million to turn down an offer to replace Steve Carell on The Office — even though the Sopranos had ended.

Jason Sudeikis keeps Ted Lasso-ing. He showed support for England footballers Jadon Sancho, Marcus Rashford, and Bukayo Saka at the show’s premiere.

Courtney Stodden is praising the way Jason Biggs apologized to her.

-I love that a Variety reporter tried to tell Tatum O’Neal that her Twitter had been hacked, and her agent responded that “she doesn’t have time for this right now.”

Normani and Cardi B’s “Wild Side” is here, and Normani’s choro remains impressive.

Johnny Rotten is trying to stop other members of The Sex Pistols from allowing their music to be used in Danny Boyle’s new FX series Pistol.

-I have very hard to get into Netflix’s I Think You Should Leave because everyone finds it so funny, but it is decidedly Not For Me. Still, this piece about how they did the coffin flops is good.

-Loki season 1 director Kate Herron is moving on from the series.

Addison Rae introduced herself to Trump at UFC 264, and her fans aren’t happy.

-Ruh roh. A script leaked for the Sex and the City reboot. I only care how they’re writing Samantha out.

Dan Harmon is making noise again about a possible Community movie.

Amber Heard showed off a new photo of her daughter Oonagh, writing “I’m just the mom and the dad. She’s the boss.”

Jason Momoa vows to protect his daughter after his wife dies in the Sweet Girl trailer.

Jason Momoa Swings Timothée Chalamet Like a Rag Doll

-I honestly don’t know what could possibly lead into my xmas vacation better than this video that Josh Brolin posted from the set of Dune of Jason Momoa spinning Timothée Chalamet around like a rag doll and then just tossing him aside. It’s literally art.

Gillian Anderson and The Crown creator Peter Morgan have broken up after four years together.

-Wonder Woman actress Gal Gadot has spoken about her experience with Joss Whedon, and many people have pointed out that her complaints about him were received by the studio very differently than Ray Fisher’s.

-I was just thinking yesterday that after Tom Cruise‘s reputation bump following that audio leak, he might try to keep the goodwill going with some dating rumours. And lo and behold, there’s chatter of him dating his MI7 costar Hayley Atwell.

-Meanwhile, 5 crew members reportedly quit after Cruise‘s rant.

-Sony will be removing its long-awaited Cyberpunk 2077 game, which features Keanu Reeves, from its online store and offering refunds after a bug-plagued release. There’s also accusations that the game is racist. Keanu deserves better.

Emilio Vitolo and Katie Holmes have gone Instagram official.

Connie Chung said her treatment from Barbara Walters and Diane Sawyer at ABC was “not unlike what Tonya Harding did to Nancy Kerrigan.”

Alicia Silverstone is getting heat for praising her son for never taking antibiotics.

-Everything old is new again. Night Court and LA Law are being rebooted with some of the original cast.

Margot Robbie‘s screenwriting lab, which gives female creators a space to develop and refine their ideas with the help of other women creatives, continues to churn out success stories.

George Clooney says he’s doing seven loads of laundry a day during lockdown. Can he come to my house?!

Fiona Apple has criticized the Grammys for nominating Dr. Luke despite Kesha‘s allegations against him of sexual misconduct.

-Eminem regrets taking Chris Brown’s side after he beat Rihanna. As he should.

-The saga with Nancy Meyers‘ daughter just got another wrinkle. Reese Witherspoon told Vulture a story that made it sound like her mom had directorial control on the set of Home Again.

-The Ringer has compiled the best songs of the year, and I don’t hate this list.

-I also really liked this Goodreads list of the year’s best reviewed books.

-Despite being a perfect little one season show, HBO Max has renewed The Flight Attendant.

-The Morning Show is the latest series to halt production after someone on the staff tested positive for covid.

Russell T Davis takes on the AIDS crisis in the trailer for his new series It’s A Sin.

Anthony Mackie and Damson Idris star in Netflix’s Outside The Wire trailer.

Jason Momoa Gets Dirty

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Jason Momoa covers Men’s Health splattered in mud courtesy of the dune buggy-themed photo shoot. In the interview, he talks about filming Dune, being a good dad and a good husband, working through fear creatively, and gathering the nerve to ask out Lisa Bonet.

-Speaking of Health covers, Normani landed the Women’s Health one.

-Well, this is huge: Wonder Woman 1984 just became the biggest movie to drop on streaming, coming to HBO Max (and theatres where open) on Christmas Day. With all the vaccine news, I’m surprised Warner Bros didn’t just hold it until next summer/fall, but it looks like they’re willing to sacrifice the movie to beef up HBO Max subscribers. Bad news for theatres — and bad news for Canadians. It doesn’t look like we’ll be getting it on streaming by xmas, even though most (but not all) of HBO Max’s programming typically comes here via Crave. But Crave says it won’t stream the film until after its “standard theatrical windows,” which is traditionally 90 days.

-In other HBO Max news, they just greenlit a 4-episode adaptation of the comic series DMZ from Roberto Patino and Ava DuVernay, starring Rosario Dawson and Benjamin Bratt.

-The Fresh Prince reunion just dropped on HBO Max, and everyone’s talking about the intense conversation between Will Smith and Janet Hubert (who played the first Aunt Viv). In this clip, she tells him “Calling a black woman difficult in Hollywood is the kiss of death and its hard enough being a dark-skinned black woman in this business.”

-A Back To The Future writer revealed that Biff Tannen was inspired by Trump. Yeah, that tracks.

-Meanwhile, Michael J. Fox recalled sitting next to Princess Diana at the Back to the Future premiere. “The movie started and I had to go pee. So, I am sitting there in agony. I can’t say anything to her, and I can’t turn my back on her. So the rest of the night was a nightmare, a pee-floating nightmare.”

Hugh Grant considers Paddington 2 to be “kind of a masterpiece,” even if his kids think otherwise.

Demi Lovato’s new look is making me want to chop all of my hair off. Wow!

-The paid Instagram posts from celebrities are out of control recently (I guess it’s the easiest way to make money while stuck at home in a pandemic) but this ad from Sarah Michelle Gellar and Shannen Doherty is very charming — mostly because it’s clear neither of them are great cooks. Did Shannen even bother to cut those potatoes?

-Speaking of paid partnerships, Jennifer Aniston just signed a big one with Vital Proteins. I love this for her. I used to take their collagen peptides for recovery back in the good ol’ days when it was safe to go to the gym.

-I’m thrilled that Kristen Stewart‘s gay holiday romcom is getting strong reviews. I mean, I was watching it regardless, but this is nice.

Others have said it better than I ever could, but this article about the rise of “ambient TV” misses a whole lot of points. Also, Emily In Paris wasn’t even developed for Netflix originally.

-Here’s the first trailer for season 2 of Batwoman, with Javicia Leslie taking over the titular role.

-Here’s the trailer for Music, starring Kate Hudson and co-written and directed by Sia.

Tom Holland and Daisy Ridley’s lost YA movie Chaos Walking finally gets a trailer. The production on this thing was cursed.