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Henry Cavill Drops Stache for GQ Italia

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-I really like that Henry Cavill keeps making fun of his moustache-less state.

-The fact that even Rodney Downey Jr. is teasing about Jeremy Renner’s absence in Infinity War makes me think that everyone assumes we all care about Hawkeye way more than we actually do.

-I’m much more excited by the news that Carrie Coon is in Infinity War.

Amy Schumer is opening up about the I Feel Pretty backlash. “There’s been a lot of projection.”

-It’s a big day for women in the comic book world. Cathy Yan directing the Harley Quinn film  for the WB, and Beth Schwartz has taken over as showrunner for Arrow.

-Speaking of Arrow, Stephen Amell really stepped in it this weekend with his Beyonce tweet. I like him, but I often read his Twitter feed and want to slap the phone out of his hand…

-This is a great article on Kendrick Lamar, Beyonce and recognition of black excellence.

Cardi B says playing Coachella is costing her $460k.

Vince Staples slammed R. Kelly at a backstage Coachella interview. “[He] never went to jail and he’s a f**king child molester. But I’m just saying, he’s a child molester, and he pees on people, and he can’t read and write, and he didn’t go to jail…I’m a good person. R. Kelly’s a piece of f**king s**t. So, [if] piece of f**king s**t R. Kelly didn’t go to jail for being a child molester and peeing on people and having a human trafficking ring in Atlanta, then I’ll be all right.”

Jessica Pressler‘s profile of Cynthia Nixon for NY magazine is worth your time.

James McAvoy and Jessica Chastain are having fun with those It sequel casting rumors.

-Whoa. Stephen Colbert now averages 1.2 million viewers more than Jimmy Fallon.

John Cena and Nikki Bella have called off their engagement.

Carrie Underwood’s face looks fine, despite the 50 stitches she reportedly got.

-The Walking Dead just aired its second least-watched finale — but they’re fine.

John Larroquette posted a lovely tribute to his Night Court costar Harry Anderson, who passed away this weekend.

-The Hotel Artemis trailer features Sterling K Brown, Jeff Goldblum and Jodie Foster.

All of Hollywood Is In Love with Jeff Goldblum

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-The best part of this GQ article on Jeff Goldblum (in which celebrities tell stories of being mesmorized by him) is when Edward Norton remembers his friend sitting next to Jeff on an plane. “Jeff said, ‘I don’t know if this would interest you — and if not, of course no problem — but I’m very good at reading books aloud, and if you’d like I’d be happy to read [your book] to you.’ She said, ‘Sure.’ She had about 90 pages left, and Jeff read her the rest of it out loud. She said his reading was excellent.” -The mighty keep falling! Six women, including Olivia Munn, have accused director Brett Ratner of sexual harassment. -It’s costing jobs, too. Ratner’s Hugh Hefner biopic has now been placed on hold following the allegations. -The floodgates have opened and the Kevin Spacey stories are pouring in. Filmmaker Tony Montana says Spacey groped him in a bar in 2003, while actor Roberto Cavazos says Spacey routinely preyed on young male theatre actors. One has to wonder if Bryan Singer is next. -This Is Us cut a Kevin Spacey name drop from last night’s episode — although we still got it on the Canadian feed. -Oh no. A former PA has accused Dustin Hoffman of sexual harassing her on the set of Death of a Salesman in the 1980s. This one hurts. –Jeremy Piven is denying Ariane Bellamar‘s allegations that he touched her non-consensually on two separate occasions on the Entourage set. -The intense NDA that Leonardo DiCaprio makes his employees sign is raising eyebrows. I’ve seen quite a bit of speculation about just how much longer the pussy posse is going to remain unscathed in this environment. -Meanwhile, I love this article. (“This is some renegade ’70s-era feminist shit going on.”) –Chris Hemsworth is crediting his Ghostbusters cameo for letting him show off his comedic chops in Thor. –Tyrese Gibson, who clearly has no idea how Hollywood hierarchy works, has threatened to quit ‘Fast 9’ if Dwayne Johnson returns. I’m laughing forever. –Justin Hartley‘s wedding was quite the family affair with almost all of his This Is Us co-stars in attendance. –Milo Ventimiglia  is going to play Jennifer Lopez’s boyfriend in a new romcom and I’m gonna watch the crap outta that. -Holy moly, look at this Lion King cast. Beyonce! John Oliver! Seth Rogen! Keegan Michael-Key! Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber went on a bike ride together. No, that’s no a euphemism. –Tessa Thompson, Scarlett Johansson, Brie Larson and Zoe Saldana pitched Marvel an all-female superhero movie. DO IT!!! –Kelly Clarkson tried to sing “Since U’ve Been Gone” backwards. She still nailed it. –Sarah Michelle Gellar and Freddie Prinze Jr. won Halloween by going as Pretty in Pink characters. -Is Me, Myself and I the first casualty of fall TV? -Ok, so I made it to episode six of Stranger Things. Should I just skip episode seven? Everyone HATES it. -Why yes, I WOULD like Blair Underwood to read me a vampire romance novel. -I, Tonya starring Margot Robbie as disgraced figure skater Tonya Harding just dropped a red-band trailer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iZbTLdDHRvs

Jennifer Hudson Strikes a Pose for Cosmo

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-What’s happening with Jennifer Hudson’s Cosmo cover? Is she dancing? Is she fighting? Also, I haven’t read Cosmo in decades but all of those headlines are hilariously bad.

-The Queen won’t let Kate Middleton wear nail polish? Man, I can’t wait until Megan Markle shakes this up.

-This interview with Melissa Leo is bananas. She talks about how difficult women directors are, says the reason she hasn’t been harassed by directors is because she’s “a small-breasted, red-headed woman with little eyes” and gets defensive over simple questions. The reporter calls it “the strangest and most uncomfortable interview I have ever done.”

-Here’s Jeff Goldblum coming up with hilarious, creative compliments for the Thor cast. I love that he uses exclamations like “super-duper” and “by gum!”

-HBO is dropping its project with news analyst Mark Halperin amid sexual-harassment allegations.

-Mandy Moore says she met her husband on Instagram, so keep on double tapping all the latte art photos that cute guy you don’t actually know posts.

Ashley Judd, who was one of the first women to go on the record and kick this whole Weinstein story off, spoke with Sawyer about her experiences on Good Morning America.

-Meanwhile, Selma Blair and Rachel McAdams came forward to share their encounters with James Toback, and it sounds horrific. McAdams said when she told her agent what happened, she wasn’t surprised. “That is when I got mad, because I felt like I was kind of thrown into the lion’s den and given no warning that he was a predator.”

-In EW’s new cover story, insiders get really candid about why this moment in Hollywood is very different.

-This Sarah Polley profile is all kinds of wonderful.

-Here’s the trailer for the David S. Pumpkins animated special.

-The cast of Ryan Murphy‘s latest TV project is insane. Pose will star Kate Mara, James Van Der Beek and Tatiana Maslany, as well as the largest number of transgender actors in television history to have series regular roles.

-Was the set of Practical Magic cursed?

-Here’s the first trailer for Marvel’s Runaways, which critics are loving. I’m definitely here for anything that puts Buffy’s Spike back on my TV.