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Henry Cavill and Natalie Viscuso Go Instagram Official

Henry Cavill posted a sweet picture with girlfriend Natalie Viscuso — and the internet immediately uncovered an old episode of My Super Sweet 16 that she appeared in.

-She reportedly flew to UK to be with him earlier this year while he was filming the second season of The Witcher. Getting on an airplane right now must mean it’s love.

-Congrats to Macaulay Culkin and Brenda Song, who welcomed their first child together – a baby boy named after his late sister, Dakota.

According to his lawyerHarvey Weinstein is nearly blind, experiencing cardiac issues and has had four teeth removed.

-The Talk returned today for its first episode in a month, and Sheryl Underwood talked about her heated exchange with Sharon Osbourne that led to the hiatus. “I feel like I’ve been in, like, PTSD because it was a trauma, and I feel like I want to get past this because I really wanted to get back to work with my friends and my colleagues and the crew … but I also wanted to get back to the audience,” she said. “I didn’t want to escalate things with Sharon because I thought I was having a conversation with a friend, but also I knew I had to be an example for others to follow because I didn’t want to perceived as the angry black woman, and that really scared me.”

Lucy Liu has joined the Shazam sequel as the sister of Helen Mirren’s villainous character. How is this movie pulling a cast like this??

-Grey’s Anatomy star Jesse Williams is still locked in that brutal custody battle. A judge has ordered them to go to “high conflict parenting class.”

Kanye West’s lawyers responded to Kim Kardashian‘s divorcing filing, agreeing with her that they should have joint custody of their four children and neither of them need spousal support.

This is a good piece on how celebrity bloggers Lainey Gossip and Perez Hilton have been reckoning with the awful stuff they wrote in the 2000s — and how they’re taking radically different paths in their apologies.

Daniel Dae Kim opened up to Vulture about his fight for fair pay on Hawaii Five-0, and whether he felt his costars were allies. “I think any time you have an ensemble of actors, everyone’s objectives are unique and individual. So it’s hard for me to collectively say whether they were allies in this. And I do know that the way things got spun by the end changed my relationships with them.”

-Thunder Force was really, really not good — but this Jodie Foster bit made me laugh.

Vanessa Carlton revealed she wrote “A Thousand Miles” abpout a “famous actor” who went to Juilliard — and her fans have guesses.

-Also going Instagram official this weekend: Kasey Musgraves.

-Some viewers of HBO’s The Nevers took to Twitter to express their frustration with being caught off guard by Joss Whedon’s name in the credits.

Rihanna and A$AP Rocky are still hanging out.

-I love the dress Anna Kendrick wore to the BAFTAs this weekend.

-Minari’s Youn Yuh-jung won best supporting actor and said she was happy to be recognized by British people because they’re “known as very snobbish people.” God, I love her with my whole heart.

-I gave up on Shameless years ago, but fans seem to be disappointed by last night’s series finale. Which is the exact opposite reaction that the Wynonna Earp finale seems to have garnered.

-The Friends reunion special finished filming this weekend.

Sebastian Stan promoted his new movie by posting a pic of his butt. Works for me!

Uzo Aduba is leading HBO’s In Treatment revival, which just got a new trailer and a May 23 premiere date.

 

Kim Kardashian Finally Files for Divorce

-After months of speculation, Kim Kardashian made a Friday afternoon news drop and officially filed for divorce from Kanye West following nearly seven years of marriage.

-Buckingham Palace announced that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have informed Queen Elizabeth that they will not return as working members of the Royal Family. Their honorary military appointments and royal patronages will be redistributed, and a statement from the palace says that “all are saddened by their decision” but the couple “remain much loved members of the family.” Harry’s also been asked to return his honorary military appointments, which seems like a low blow since he’s an actual combat veteran who continues to do lots of work with veterans.

Harry and Meghan have pushed back on the Queen’s statement, saying “As evidenced by their work over the past year, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex remain committed to their duty and service to the U.K. and around the world and have offered their continued support to the organizations they have represented regardless of official role. We can all live a life of service. Service is universal.”

Regé-Jean Page tested out a new nickname in the first promo for his SNL hosting debut. (Also, Regé has a hard “g”? Feel like a very bad fangirl for not knowing that…)

-Weeks after nearly a dozen women, including actresses Evan Rachel Wood and Esmé Bianco, accused him of assault, Marilyn Manson is being investigated for domestic violence by the L.A. Sheriff’s Department.

J.J. Abrams is creating another TV series — this one is called Subject to Change and follows a desperate college student who signs up for a clinical trial that begins a wild, harrowing, mind- and reality-bending adventure.

David Letterman brought Drew Barrymore to tears with an in-person birthday surprise.

-This is a very sweet video of director Andy Muschietti telling Sasha Calle that she landed the role of Supergirl in the upcoming DC films.

-Here’s the first promo for Tina Fey and Amy Poehler about hosting the Golden Globes. I can’t believe it’s next weekend.

-So is CBS just going to try to revive all their major procedurals? The latest is Criminal Minds — which only went off the air a year ago today.

-Do not click on this if you have not already seen Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar. But if you have, enjoy reliving the best 2 minutes and 20 seconds from that movie. Jamie Dornan needs all the award for this.

Katherine McPhee plays an aspiring country singer/nanny to the children of a cowboy, played by Eddie Cibrian, in the trailer for Netflix’s Country Comfort. Multi-cam sitcoms aren’t my thing, but this looks especially bad.

-Here’s the trailer for Shiva Baby, which I saw last TIFF and really enjoyed.

Josh Lawson, Jessica McNamee, Hiroyuki Sanada star in the Mortal Kombat trailer … because apparently we’ve learned nothing about the success of video game adaptations.

Paris Hilton Is Getting Married

Paris Hilton is engaged — and she has the very staged photos to prove it.

Gayle King asked FKA Twigs why didn’t she leave her relationship with Shia LaBeouf, and she responded: “I’m not going to answer that question anymore because the question should really be to the abuser, ‘Why are you holding someone hostage with abuse?’ People say ‘Oh, it can’t have been that bad because else she would have left.’ And it’s like, ‘No, it’s because it was that bad, I couldn’t leave.’ ”

-Do we really need not one, but two documentaries on Tekashi 6ix9ine? (Narrator: “We do not.”)

Olivia Munn says a friend’s mom was attacked in an anti-Asian hate crime in New York City.

-Tennessee tried to erect a statue of Dolly Parton and she was like “nah”.

-Bridgerton’s Regé-Jean Page was photographed prepping for his SNL stint, and he may be the only person who can still effectively smolder while wearing a mask.

Kanye West is reportedly very sad about his impending divorce. Maybe it would help if they stopped dragging it out so much?

-This is a good piece from the NYT on how Buffy fans are trying to reconcile accusations of misogyny against Joss Whedon with their love of a show that celebrated female empowerment. (Unless, like many of us, you realized what he was years ago.)

Courteney Cox covered the Friends theme song on the piano in a new Instagram video.

-Bad news for FX, great news for Amazon: Donald Glover has signed a huge, eight-figure deal with Amazon Studios. It includes a curated content channel on Prime.  Malia Obama, who has been interning and assisting on sets since 2014, is rumoured to be joining the writers’ room of one of his projects.

Viola Davis and Stacey Abrams had a wide-ranging chat about awards season, race and politics, with Davis saying: “I feel like we’re in a period where for me, I’ve had to harness my anger. I’ve almost had to compartmentalize it. I absolutely believe that this last year has driven home the point that we are in a war of ideology and ethos.”

-Is the little boy from The Princess Bride actually New Girl’s Nick Miller all grown up? I can see it.

-I adore this article on Barb And Star, Ted Lasso, and the refreshing trend of actual feel-good comedies that don’t make their characters the target of mean-spirited jokes but instead celebrate them for who they are. I have a million shows on my to-watch list, but I just restarted Ted Lasso instead because it’s exactly what I need right now.

-Meanwhile, Jason Sudeikis might be dating his Ted Lasso costar Keely Hazell, who plays New Rebecca/Bex.

-New episodes of ‘The Walking Dead’ will arrive on AMC+ Thursdays starting March 4 ahead of their linear debut on Sundays. I didn’t even know there was an AMC+.

-This is an interesting piece by a writer who called out Justin Timberlake five years ago on Twitter for his disrespect of Janet Jackson — and how it didn’t go well.

-Despite this lowkey award season, a certain director is standing out. Chloé Zhao‘s drama Nomadland is taking home award after award, including 34 awards season trophies for directing, 13 for screenplay, and 9 for editing – making history as the most awarded filmmaker in a single awards season.

Annie Murphy talks to Vanity Fair about her leap from Schitt’s Creek to her upcoming AMC series Kevin Can F**k Himself, which shatters the family sitcom and avenges all the downtrodden TV wives.

-Here’s the trailer: