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Breaking Bad Cast Reminisce About The Show

‘Breaking Bad’ Stars Reunite For 10th Anniversary Shoot

-The stars of Breaking Bad reunited for a special 10th anniversary cover for EW, and got adorably emotional talking about how lucky they were to land those roles. (Poor Dean Norris’ Hank didn’t make the cover photo cut, but he’s part of the video roundtable.)

-Speaking of great covers, Kendrick Lamar made the cover of the new issue of Vanity Fair, in which he discusses everything from Kanye West to winning a Pulitzer Prize.

Scarlett Johansson denied a “demeaning” the infamous claim she once auditioned to date Tom Cruise. That rumour has been floating around for years; I wonder why she chose to speak up this time.

Angelina Jolie  dressed up all fancy for the Queen and I can’t believe I’m saying this, but I don’t think she pulled it off.

-Top Gun 2 has narrowed its young lead casting down to Nicholas Hoult, Glen Powell and Miles Teller. Powell FTW, please!

-Undercover lovers Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx are surrounded by rumours of a split, but her rep just said that it’s “100% untrue.” Wait, is this the first time that her rep is actually acknowledging the relationship? Momentous!

Portia de Rossi laughed off rumors that she and Ellen DeGeneres are headed for a divorce.

Drake‘s new album drops this long weekend. Here’s everything we know about it so far.

Ty Dolla $ign tried to get a blind woman moved out of her seat on an Air Canada flight from Montreal to Ottawa because he said he was allergic to her seeing-eye dog. Good lord, that flight is under an hour!

Jeffrey Tambor has lost another gig following sexual misconduct allegations.

-MSNBC’s Joy Reid had a strong story about sexual assault claims against Russell Simmons and an Extra host. Then it got canned. This THR report dives deep into #MeToo, media, race and power.

-Tool frontman James Keenan has responded to those rape allegations, calling it a “despicable false claim.”

-I gave up on Netflix’s GLOW in the middle of season one not because I didn’t like it but because I got side-tracked, but the reviews of the new season are glowing.

Mark Hamill and Chris Evans’ nerdy Twitter exchange about light sabres made my day.

-Too good at goodbyes? Sam Smith and Brandon Flynn have reportedly called it quits after nine months of dating.

-Have you guys watched the Nanette comedy special on Netflix? It’s what everyone on my Twitter TL has been raving about this week.

-Unsurprisingly, that tabloid story about Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes expecting twins has been debunked.

Fox just ghosted on Adam Scott‘s sitcom Ghosted. It was the last non-animated comedy on its current schedule.

Azealia Banks has launched a GoFundMe to fund a lawsuit against Russell Crowe. “Crowe called me a n*****, choked me, and spat on me,” she writes on the page.

-Whatever (or wherever) Apple’s TV is going to be, their lineup is pretty damn solid.

Cate Blanchett and Jack Black star in the new trailer for kids’ flick The House with a Clock in its Walls.

Dawson’s Creek Cast Reunites for EW


-EW’s Dawson’s Creek reunion was the gift that kept on giving today. The four different covers! The photo shoot! The hour-long video interview with the cast! The GIFs! The quiz! The definitive proof that Michelle Williams and Busy Philipps are soulmates! Totally bliss.

-The Roseanne reboot debut last night and the ratings were insanely, staggeringly good — 18.2 million total viewers and a 5.1 demo. (For comparison, Will & Grace returned to 10M viewers and a 3.0 in the demo.) It set a ton of ratings records, including being the biggest sitcom telecast in three years. It even got bigger ratings that its series finale 10 years ago. So basically, expect TV studios to be rebooting every 90s show they can think of now…

-I liked this thread on how the show offers an unrealistic depiction of a Trump supporter.

Donald Glover’s animated Deadpool series isn’t happening, and he doesn’t seem very happy about it.

These excerpts from Sean Penn’s new book can’t be real. And it includes a poem about #MeToo? Seriously, this can’t be happening.

-In a new BBC documentary, R. Kelly’s ex-girlfriend claims he “trained” a 14-year-old girl to be his sex slave. I don’t understand how we’re in the age of Time’s Up and yet his house has yet to be raided.

-So it’s possible that Corey Feldman wasn’t actually stabbed this morning after all?

-On Dax Shepard’s podcast (who knew that was a thing?!), Anna Faris says she regrets pretending to have a perfect marriage  on social media. “We intentionally cultivated this idea of like, ‘Look at this beautiful family.’ There were so many moments that were like that, but like anything on social media, you don’t post like, ‘Where the fuck is the toilet paper?’ or whatever. I think it’s a very hard forum to be genuine, and I think it does a disservice to people to not be.”

-I loved this thread on actors who are really good at making you believe in a romcom because of THE LOOK.

-Remember how Armie Hammer failed to get an Oscar nom and then he spent the next few months in sad-looking tracksuits? He says he’s moving on.

-I keep forgetting that The Americans returns tonight.  The reviews say the final season is great.

Amal Clooney is coming to Toronto for Luminato.

Amandla Stenberg is a teen with superpower in the The Darkest Minds trailer.


Oscar Isaac Talks New Marriage in GQ

Oscar Isaac Confirms Marriage To Elvira Lind

Oscar Isaac has kept pretty mum about his marriage to Elvira Lind, but he opens up about it in the new issue of GQ: “At the time, right before it happened, my mom was ill, and so I saw her carrying my child, bathing my sick mom—seeing her do that, I just thought: I want to be with this person forever and ever.”

George and Amal Clooney continue to be awesome, pledging $500K to the student-led gun-violence protest.

Naomi Watts and Billy Crudup went public with their rumoured relationship at the BAFTAs over the weekend.

-Yay! Sterling K Brown is going to host SNL on March 10.

-Black Panther shredded box office records with its $218 Million holiday weekend opening, the biggest non-sequel film opening of all time. I adored it — I can’t remember the last superhero movie I saw in which I could immediately think of 5 side characters that I’d want to see a standalone movie about. There have been some incredible writing about it over this weekend, especially this New Yorker piece. I also liked this article about how it’s Marvel’s best movie, or how it’s the first superhero movie in a while that doesn’t fall apart in the third act.

-I also love how crazy supportive the cast is of each other.

-Meanwhile, Lupita Nyong’o and Michael B Jordan continue to flirt on social media and it’s giving me life!!

-The Walking Dead’s Lauren Cohan signed on for an ABC pilot. There’s still a possibility that the pilot won’t get picked up and she’s return to the show, but it doesn’t sound like she’s trying to play hardball or this is a negotiation tactic. AMC reportedly offered her “a modest salary increase,” she rejected it, and now she’s available for other gigs.

Katie Holmes  will return to TV, playing an FBI agent on the new show from Ilene Chaiken, who produced The Handmaid’s Tale and The L Word. I’m surprised she ended up at Fox instead of a cable show or a streaming service.

-I can’t tell if these photos of Chris Martin and Dakota Johnson in Vancouver are staged, or if they just like to stare intently at each other while drinking smoothies…

-A vocal coach tried to make sense of Fergie‘s disastrous national anthem.

Anna Wintour took the only person who makes her look downright chipper by comparison to a fashion show: The Queen.

-I like Aubrey Plaza and I only want the best for her, but I can’t do another season of Legion.

Joel McHale says that when he was hosting The Soup, his E! bosses told him to go easier on the Kardashians.

-Not surprisingly, Justin Theroux had been spending his last months with Jennifer Aniston in the guest house.

-I had no idea that there was speculation that Janelle Monae and Tessa Thompson  may be dating, but I’m here for it!

Natalie Portman’s response to the notion that #MeToo is ending men’s careers is great: “Let’s talk about the vast art trove we’ve lost by not giving women, people of color, people with disabilities, and the LGBTQ+ community opportunities — let’s talk about that loss for all of us in art. Let’s talk about that huge hole in our culture. I don’t want talk about ‘Isn’t it sad that this person who’s made 500 movies can’t make movies anymore?'”

Halle Berry and Daniel Craig play neighbors during the 1992 L.A. riots in the Kings trailer.