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Chris Evans Laughs Off Dick Pic

Chris Evans recovered from his accidental dick pic reveal nicely by using the attention for good and urging people to vote.  He also addressed it in an interview with Tamron Hall today, saying “That’s called turning a frown upside down, Tamron. It was an interesting weekend. Full of lessons learned. A lot of teachable moments. Things happen and it’s embarrassing. You have to roll with the punches. I will say I have some pretty fantastic fans that came to my support.” I still think there’s a conversation to be had about whether a female celeb could survive an incident like this as unscathed as he did, but still, I’m glad he’s dealing with it with grace.

Cardi B is taking her “WAP” and walking away. She filed for divorce from husband Offset at a courthouse in Atlanta.

Madonna is set to co-write and direct her own biopic. Diablo Cody will co-write the script. (Interesting that her tweet about it downplays Cody’s involvement.)

-The family of Carole Baskin’s missing husband’s aired a commercial during her Dancing With the Stars debut last night: “Do you know who did this or if Carole Baskin was involved? A $100k reward has been funded.”

Kim Kardashian West is going to to freeze her Instagram/Facebook accounts tomorrow to protest hate speech, which is probably going to have more impact than anything the platforms are doing.

Jared Padalecki‘s real-life wife has been cast to play his TV wife in CW’s Walker. I can see this happening more and more during covid. You don’t have to take the same safety precautions when shooting if the actors are living together.

John Boyega is stepping down as a brand ambassador for the British perfume and candle company Jo Malone after the brand reshot a video he created with a different actor for the Chinese market.

-Certified young person Paul Rudd wants you to wear a mask.

Noel Gallagher says he refuses to wear a mask because of freedom or some nonsense.

Emily Ratajkowski wrote a powerful essay for The Cut on controlling photos of herself. She tweeted, “This is an extremely personal piece about image, power and consent.”

Jason Momoa continues to stand by Ray Fisher and his claims about misconduct on the set of Justice League, saying on Instagram“This shit has to stop and needs to be looked at…Serious stuff went down. It needs to be investigated and people need to be held accountable.”

-In a new interview, Kendall Jenner said “I am a stoner, no one knows that, so that’s the first time I’ve ever really said anything out there.” Groundbreaking stuff.

-Succession’s Sarah Snook has been cast in an adaptation of Jane Austen’s Persuasion. That is my second fave Austen and there hasn’t really been an adaptation I’ve likes, so I need this to be good!

-This is the best tweet I’ve seen about the JK Rowling mess: “JK Rowling is really out here policing gender identity when she literally identifies as a man to sell more books.?!!!!!!?!)!!”

Jude Law is having a big week. His HBO show debuted last night, and he revealed that he’s welcomed baby no. 6.

-Screening Tenet might have actually harmed movie theatres in the long run, as they have a stronger hand when negotiating rent if they remained closed.

Jerry Harris, the breakout star of Netflix’s docuseries Cheer, is reportedly under FBI investigation for the soliciting sex with minors. God, 2020 won’t let up.

-HBO Max has handed out a straight-to-series order for a pirate comedy from executive producer Taika Waititi called Our Flag Means Death.

-Here’s a new trailer for The Mandalorian’s new season.

-Monsters have taken over the surface of the Earth but Dylan O’Brien is ready to travel above ground to find his girlfriend in the first trailer for Love and Monsters. This looks like dumb fun which is exactly what I’m looking for these days.

Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger Welcome Daughter

Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger have welcomed their first child. Katherine’s brother mentioned the news over the weekend, and Pratt confirmed it’s a girl today with a Bible verse-y IG post. They’ve named her Lyla Maria Schwarzenegger Pratt.

Zoe Kravitz posted some behind-the-scenes snaps from the set of High Fidelity, and when Tessa Thompson commented on her post, Kravitz responded “It’s cool. At least Hulu has a ton of other shows starring women of color we can watch. Oh wait.”

Robert Pattinson says he tried to sneak off the Tenet set for a Batman screen test, but Christopher Nolan knew what he was up to immediately.

-Among the surprise guests at Dave Chappelle‘s Summer Camp comedy show tour has been …Louis C.K. Ugh.

Antonio Banderas didn’t have the best birthday, posting on Twitter “I am forced to celebrate my 60th birthday following quarantine after having tested positive for the COVID-19 disease. I would like to add that I am relatively OK…”

Smash Mouth is definitely in the lead for the most obnoxious band of 2020. First, they mocked Taylor Swift’s new album. Now, they’ve hosted a concert for thousands in the middle of a pandemic, with frontman Steve Harwell telling the crowd: “We’re all here together tonight! F*ck that COVID shit!”

Rachael Ray and her family are unscathed after their Lake Luzerne, New York, home caught fire last night while they were home.

Simon Cowell is recovering from surgery after breaking his back in a terrifying e-bike accident.

-A former stylist posted a TikTok about which celebrity clients she styled that were the nicest (Jon Stewart, George Clooney, Ariel Winter, Carrie Underwood, Selena Gomez) and the meanest (Marisa Tomei, Jessica Alba, Katherine Heigl, Jennifer Lopez).

-This is a good piece on the role cop shows have played in shaping attitudes about the police, and what needs to change.

-The more the entire movie industry becomes owned by just a few media conglomerates, the more I want to buy physical copies of everything I love.

Will Forte will reprise his role as MacGruber in a new series at Peacock.  Here’s the teaser.

-Speaking of Peacock trailers, here’s one for the Saved By the Bell reboot. As funny as it is to have Jessie call back her infamous “I’m so excited, I’m so scared” scene, I gotta wonder who this show is for. The tweens it seems to be aimed at, or the people who are old enough to get the reference?

Shia LaBeouf is in talks to be Marvel’s next superhero. I don’t hate it.

-The End of the F***ing World executive producer Dominic Buchanan has written a six-page open letter, revealing that he is “shattered” after being told by BAFTA that he cannot purchase a statue following the show’s win at the TV Awards last month.

Chris Rock‘s Fargo season is now set to premiere Sept 27. Production, suspended for Covid-19, is scheduled to resume this month. I fell off the Fargo train but I’m guessing I’ll watch this because come September, television will be mostly a wasteland.

-HBO keeps letting me down, first with the Run finale, and now the Perry Mason finale.

-Do we really need a new Tron movie? Especially one starring Jared Leto and directed by a dude? Do we??

-Here’s the trailer for HBO’s The Third Day, a six-episode limited series starring Naomie Harris, Jude Law, and Emily Watson.

-Netflix has released the first trailer for its upcoming space drama, Away, starring Hilary Swank and Josh Charles.

Catherine O’Hara Vamps for Vanity Fair

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-I’m really liking how creative magazines are getting when it comes to photo shoots with their socially distanced subjects. Robert Pattinson took his own pics for GQ, as did Naomi Campbell for Essence, a Vanity Fair photographer shot Janelle Monae through a Zoom conference call, and now Vanity Fair used a drone to shoot Catherine O’Hara lounging in her yard.

Jennifer Lawrence joined Amy Schumer for the latest episode of her quarantine cooking show, and said she considers white wine “mainly for sluts.” ‘Kay.

Lana Del Rey, what are you talking about?!? “There has to be a place in feminism for women who look and act like me” is not a sentence a white girl has any business writing. And to throw Doja Cat, Ariana, Camila, Cardi B, Kehlani, Nicki Minaj and Beyoncé under the bus while she’s at it? Good lord.

John Krasinski‘s viral series Some Good News has been sold to CBS All Access following a massive bidding war— which doesn’t really feel like good news. It was a nice thing he was doing during quarantine but selling it feels…kinda gross? He’s not even going to be the host so what exactly did he sell, the concept of feel-good segments?

-Chef Kristin O’Connor was spotted at Bradley Cooper‘s place, sparking romance rumours.

Jaime King‘s filed for divorce and asked for a temporary restraining order against her husband.

Courtney Love gave Cameron Crowe an unreleased Nirvana song to use in Vanilla Sky and told him to “hide it in your movie somewhere.” So he did.

-Parenthood’s Sarah Ramos keeps partnering with her actor friends to recreate scenes from movies and they’re all great! Here’s her and Teen Wolf’s Dylan O’Brien doing the “you better lawyer up, asshole” scene from The Social Network.

-This is a good takedown of the NYT’s recent takedown of Ronan Farrow.

-I’m surprised ABC canceled Emergence, Single Parents, Bless This Mess and Schooled seeing as creating new TV shows is so up in the air.

Harvey Weinstein‘s former assistant, Rowena Chiu, broke her NDA for this Variety interview.

Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli have finally agreed to plead guilty in the college admissions case.

-I don’t think I’ll be able to listen to Marc Maron’s latest podcast episode, in which he pays tribute to his partner Lynn Shelton. Just reading about it is making me teary.

Jude Law is expecting baby No. 6. The weirdest thing about this story is the photos of them just walking around London with no masks or distancing.

-TIFF’s Stay at Home Cinema series just kicked things up a notch with some great gets. Tonight, they’re doing a live chat on Facebook/Youtube with Rian Johnson to discuss Looper before a live-watch on Crave, and on Wednesday they’re doing one with Kate Winslet on Sense and Sensibility.

-It looks like there’s a face in the background of Jennifer Lopez’s photo and now I can’t unsee it.

-Riverdale actor Skeet Ulrich says the reason he’s leaving the hit series is because he “got bored creatively.” I mean, you can say a lot about that show, but “boring” really isn’t it.

-This is an interesting piece about Alison Roman, Bon Appetit, and the whiteness of the food media.

Peter Dinklage and Jason Momoa are teaming up for a vampire-themed buddy comedy, which sounds fantastic.

Mandy Patinkin and his wife being quizzed by their son about pop culture is never not funny.

Matthew Rhys might be losing it but at least he’s giving us funny videos in the process.

-This article on Keira Knightley’s Atonement dress is so, so good.

-When the Old Guard’s longest-living member (Charlize Theron) realizes that Nile (Kiki Layne) — the first new immortal like them to appear in ages — has finally come into her power, she sets out to teach her what it means to be one of them in the trailer for Netflix’s The Old Guard.