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Keanu Reeves and Alexandra Grant Go Public

Keanu Reeves and his girlfriend made it red carpet official this weekend. She’s beautiful, accomplished and age appropriate, which makes it really hard to hate her. Challenge accepted!

Solange Knowles and hubby Alan Ferguson have called it quits — and she was quick to shut down rumours it’s because she was having an affair with her manager.

Kaitlynn Carter may no longer be in relationship with Miley Cyrus, but she’s still milking it. She penned an essay in Elle that discussed their romance: “It was that same familiar force of nature; I didn’t have to think about a thing or overanalyze. It just happened and it felt exactly right. Reflecting back on our three-year friendship, I realized I’d always been drawn to her in a way I wasn’t with other friends, but until that trip it had never crossed my mind to think of her in a romantic sense.”

-In her first interview in over a year, Demi Lovato opened up about trolls and insecurities, and promised new music “soon.”

Matthew McConaughey celebrated turning 50 by joining Instagram. Not gonna lie, “I know I want to have a monologue; I’m not sure I want to have a dialogue” is the most honest celebrity comment I’ve heard in a while.

Sandra Bullock back at Netflix with a new movie, this one about life after prison.

-This video of Amy Acker and Julie Benz being scared and running away from the bats is extra funny because they both became famous for starring on a show about vampires.

This tweet might be my favourite thing in a very long time. So much tea squeezed into those 45 seconds…

-Bad Boys 3 and Coming To America 2 are shooting on adjacent lots, so Will Smith arranged an impromptu video shoot.

Queen Latifah just landing a new CBS series.  Good for her!

Harry Styles just announced a new album and tour and everyone got the squees.

-I binged the first three episodes of The Morning Show this weekend and although I can see why critics are hating on it, there were bits of it that I think really work (mainly, Jennifer Aniston‘s performance).

-On a recent photo shoot, Kim Kardashian listened to the new album from her mortal enemy Taylor Swift, and now everyone’s confused. Is it possible she’s matured and moved on?? Nah…

-Do NOT suggest to Daniel Craig that Phoebe Waller-Bridge was hired to punch up the Bond script as a diversity hire. He will not respond well.

-Here are all the holiday movies coming to Netflix. I will watch every damn one of ’em.

-The trailer for Showtime’s Work in Progress looks super cute!

 

Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello’s Montreal Date Night

Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello have taken their PDA tour to Montreal.

-Twitter is in chaos over this late-breaking Deadline report that Sony has ended its agreement with Marvel Studios, pulling Spider-Man out of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, with Kevin Feige no longer being a part of the production of the sequels. The knee jerk reaction is that this is a really bad move on Sony’s part, who seem to believe that their success with Venom and Into the Spiderverse means they’re creatively strong enough to go it alone. But I can’t help but wonder if Disney leaked the news of the breakdown in talks to get fans all riled up and make the optics so bad they they force Sony to accept Disney’s bonkers demand for a 50/50 profit split. The next Tom Holland-led Spider-Man movie isn’t supposed to land until 2022. That’s a lot of time to weaponize fan outcry and negotiate using the press.

-Speaking of crazy movie news, Matrix 4 is officially a go with Keanu Reeves, Carrie-Anne Moss and Lana Wachowski all signed on. What is happening today?!?

-A second person has come forward accusing Katy Perry of sexual harassment.

-This Variety cover story about how celebrities are  driving the podcast revolution is … odd. Nearly every good podcast I’ve listened to, from when I started ten years ago to today, comes from writers/journalists.

Adam Brody shot down rumours of a reboot of The OC but honestly, I could see it happening based on where all those actors ended up career-wise.

Brody Jenner is speaking up for his ex Kaitlynn Carter, saying there is “far too much negativity” being directed at her since photos of her and Miley Cyrus surfaced. Which is kind of a decent thing for him to do, so I’m very confused.

-Oh and Brody and Kaitlynn weren’t actually married. Neither were Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux. This article about all the celebrities who’ve had weddings without legally getting married is bananas.

-The most followed YouTuber, PewDiePie, just got married. The teen in your life really cares about this, trust.

-I don’t watch Neftlix’s Elite, but my entire TL was very excited about this new season 2 trailer.

-This is the time of year when TV DVD sets hit, which means this is when we get the most blooper reels. Here’s the latest from Arrow, Schitt’s Creek, and Riverdale.

-It’s crazy to me that a British dramedy that critics are comparing to Fleabag and that stars Sharon Horgan from Catastrophe and Tobias Menzies from Outlander is not only debuting this week to so little fanfare that I had never even heard about it before Sepinwall posted his review, but a bunch of TV critics whose job it is to know these things were also in the dark.

-Succession has been renewed for season 3. I love those rich assholes.

Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver break down a Marriage Story in two new teasers for Noah Baumbach‘s upcoming drama, which tells the story of a divorce from two different perspectives.

Taylor Swift Drops “The Archer”

-iTunes released Taylor Swift‘s new song called “The Archer” hours before her livestream, where she was expected to debut it. This one builds nicely but at the end of the day, it’s her third single in a row that doesn’t exactly snap.

-This is a really cringey profile on Leonardo DiCaprio. The insults to superhero movie actors seem really odd, seeing as so many quality actors are doing those films now. And talking about how crew members of Once Upon A Time In Hollywood were instructed not to make eye contact with him like that’s a *good* thing is bizarre.

-I wasn’t sure about tuning into the next season of Homecoming, but now Janelle Monáe is set to replace Julia Roberts as the lead so I guess I don’t have a choice.

-I do not like Scarlett Johansson’s engagement ring. I don’t care that it cost $400k — it looks like it’s falling off the band.

-If you have a sign on your front lawn that quotes a celebrity, most celebrities would think it was creepy and drive away fast. Keanu Reeves, on the other hand, would stop the car and pen a touching note. He’s a precious unicorn and we don’t deserve him.

-Love love love this take on why male showrunners are obsessed with traumatizing young women.

-One of my favourite traditions from Comic-Con is Stephen Amell giving presents to a young fan named Sarah, who’s a cancer survivor. During his final Arrow panel this weekend, she got his season 1 costume.

-Um, the premise of Matt Damon and Ben Affleck‘s new movie sounds like a hard pass to me. It’s like ‘let’s tell a story about a women being raped — but about how it affects the MEN around her!’ Yeah, no.

-I needed this blooper reel from The Good Place in my life today.

-TIFF unveiled its gala films today and there are some super buzzy titles coming this year, including The Goldfinch, Hustlers, Knives Out, Joker, Judy, The Laundromat.

Cynthia EriVo fight slavery as Harriet Tubman in the Harriet trailer, also coming to TIFF.

-What a swerve. Taika Waititi is going from his blockbuster Disney success to frolicking around as imaginary Hitler in Jojo Rabbit’s teaser trailer, which will screen at TIFF.