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Zooey Deschanel Will Not Pose for “Body after Baby” Photos


Zooey Deschanel is on the cover of this month’s Cosmopolitan, in which she talks about how she’s not going to worry about her post-baby body.

-Now this is the kind of Marvel crossover I can get behind: Tom Hiddleston is dating Elizabeth Olsen.

-Yes, yes, it’s terrible to prank unsuspecting stars when they’re signing autographs and being nice to their fans, but damn there’s something really satisfying about watching Adam Levine get sugar bombed.

Channing Tatum does it for everyone, including Diane Keaton. Preach.

Kendall Jenner, you stay away from my boy Michael B. Jordan. You stay far, far away, young lady!!

-The Pitch Perfect sequel is getting great reviews and all is right with the world.

Kristen Wiig is the latest celeb to be scared poopless on Ellen’s show.

-A professor put Gwyneth Paltrow’s health advice to the test and proved that we should probably all stop listening to her.

-Meanwhile, Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Martin are reportedly “happier than ever.” If JLaw is now tight with the Lorde/Taylor Swift crowd, how does he handle that. Like, can you picture him tagging along at brunch? So cringe-y!

-I really, really like this prediction piece about how Mad Men will end (though I think whatever the final shot is in next week’s episode, it will be ambiguous and not the type of neat wrap up people seem to be expecting.)

-In other TV articles I enjoyed, this is a really astute take on how The Good Wife has completely fallen apart this season.

-Is Ben Affleck hanging out in Nova Scotia to “get his head straight”? Well, I always did feel better about life after a trip to Pizza Corner.

-No surprise here: Orphan Black has already been picked up for another season.

-In less happy TV news, Fox has canceled The Mindy Project — but there may be hope from Hulu.

-Meanwhile, Mindy Kaling doesn’t seem too worried.

-The Flash/Arrow got a a series order, a premise (finally!) and a title: DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. (Well, at least it’s better than Fear the Walking Dead.) Weirdly, the CW passed on Marc Cherry’s Cheerleader Death Squad, despite it having the coolest name ever.

-Weird: Arcade Fire is going to open a Haitian restaurant in Montreal this summer.

-Here’s the trailer for Sense8, Netflix’s new show from The Wachowskis. Colour me intrigued.

-Speaking of intriguing trailers, check out Meryl Streep as a rock star in the new Ricki and The Flash trailer.

Emma Watson’s Magical Graduation Selfie

Emma Watson graduation

Hermione really is the smartest witch that ever was. Proof: Emma Watson graduated from Brown and tweeted a celebratory selfie.

Christina Ricci‘s rep confirmed she’s expecting her first child, just in case this photo didn’t already convince you.

James Franco posted (and then quickly deleted) another gross selfie, but the internet forgets nothing!

Sofia Vergara has split from creepy fiance Nick Loeb yet again. Let’s hope this time sticks.

-This has been a damn great week for TV (The AmericansHannibal, LouisOrphan Black) but last night’s Mad Men may have just topped them all.

Charlize Theron thinks gluten-free diets “are bullshit,” which makes me love her.

-The New York Post’s report of Kimye’s wedding is hilariously bitchy.

-Meanwhile, Lena Dunham joked about missing the wedding — and then had to explain that she wasn’t actually invited because the internet doesn’t understand sarcasm.

Joss Whedon is clearly standing in Edgar Wright‘s corner following the Ant Man blowup, judging by his Cornetto response.

-Speaking of departures that are leaving fanboys (and girls) in tears, Drew Goddard has left Netflix’s Daredevil.

-Arcade Fire’s Win Butler has responded to the criticism surrounding their new video, which features Andrew Garfield in drag.

Casey Wilson got married this weekend and all of her Happy Endings costars attended, which makes me so very happy.

-House alum Lisa Edelstein also tied the knot this weekend.

-Vulture picked the Top 10 SNL sketches from this season. I wish they included Josh Hutcherson’s Josie song (which might have made me laugh more than any else on SNL in years), Tina Fey’s Girls parody, and Lena Dunham’s Scandal spoof. Kerry’s Washington‘s “What Does My Girl Say?” was great too, but it probably doesn’t age as well.

Emmy Rossum and Michael Buble became plane buddies on a recent flight.

-Speaking of unlikely pairs, watch Jonah Hill and Julie Andrews plan their future honeymoon in this adorable clip from The Graham Norton Show.

-Finally: a positive story about Justin Bieber. He made his time spent in Cannes a little more acceptable by donating $545k to charity.

-Slightly less positive news: he’s set to appear on So You Think You Can Dance.

-I really liked the new X-Men movie, but my first thought when it ended was “did that just negate the movies that came before it?” EW does a deep dive into the ramifications.

Patrick Stewart on the advice he’d give his 20-year-old self: “Oh, that’s so easy. I would say, “Patrick, cheer the f— up!'”

-I could watch Seth Rogen and Snoop recap Game of Thrones every week. It’s almost as good as the Gay of Thrones recaps.

-When David O. Russell texts Jennifer Lawrence at  4 in the morning offering her film roles, she says yes.

Norm Macdonald has been campaigning hard to replace Craig Ferguson on the Late Late Show, and last night he showcased all his skills in a one-minute audition on Conan.

-Another day, another shot of Rachel Bilson baring her baby bump in Barbados.

-Meanwhile, her Hart of Dixie costar Jaime King says the actress has been wanting a baby “badly” for quite some time.

Jim Carrey is the latest star to get in on the commencement speech action.

Keira Knightley looks lovely on the new cover of Beach, where she talks about making peace with her career choices.

Denzel Washington takes on the Russian mob in the new trailer for The Equalizer.

-Every clip and trailer for 22 Jump Street makes me LOL like a crazy person. I’m going to be really annoying at the theatre…

Taylor Swift Plays Rapunzel in New Disney Ad

Taylor Swift is featured as Rapunzel in an ad for Disney. (Credit: Annie Leibovitz for Disney Parks)
Taylor Swift is featured as Rapunzel in an ad for Disney. (Credit: Annie Leibovitz for Disney Parks)

Taylor Swift‘s transformation into a real-life Disney princess is complete. Here she is playing Rapunzel in a new ad campaign.

-Does Gwyneth Paltrow have Cameron Diaz‘s va-jay-jay on lockdown?

-I’m a big fan of podcasts but haven’t added Alec Baldwin‘s to my usual rotation yet. I think I might have to after hearing his latest with Lena Dunham, in which she gushes about Under the Umbrella Tree and bemoans Rihanna’s recent behaviour.

-Congrats to Kelly Osbourne. She’s secretly (well, not anymore) engaged to boyfriend Matthew Mosshart.

-Stock up on Canadian Club! AMC just announced that Mad Men is coming back April 7.

-Much like the rest of the world, Lindsay Lohan‘s lawyer is done giving her another chance.

-Meanwhile, her film The Canyons was rejected by SXSW because of “quality issues“. The same thing happened at Sundance. Maybe the director should have taken Steven Soderbergh up on his offer to edit it.

-If Hell Baby is half as fun as this insane Sundance interview with the cast, I’m in!

-Speaking of Sundance, Shia LaBeouf says he dropped acid for his movie role and then sent tapes of himself tripping to costar Evan Rachel Wood. Lucky girl!

Jeremy Renner‘s baby mama is a Canadian model who’s now living with him and his roommate. This is a sitcom waiting to happen…

Fringe is over, so we’re going to have to get our Joshua Jackson fix somewhere else. Like maybe this Buzzfeed gallery titled “15 Vintage Joshua Jackson Moments That’ll Make You Squee!”

Selena Gomez looks pretty good without makeup — as dewy teenage girls are wont.

Shakira gave birth to a son yesterday, whom she named Milan.

-In a new clip from Billy on the Street, Rachel Dratch runs the Julia Roberts Obstacle Course!

-Fox just pulled Ben and Kate from the schedule, which means you’re probably never going to see it again. I’ve never watched it, but judging by my Twitter feed, this is the WORST. NEWS. EVER.

-She may have used a vocal track, but now there’s compelling video evidence that Beyonce was at least singing along at the inaugeration.

-The best Super Bowl commercial of 2013 has already been decided. It’s the only one that stars Amy Poehler, natch.

-Hey, girl. Ryan Gosling wants to knit you a scarf.

Bradley Cooper is campaigning hard to play Lance Armstrong in JJ Abrams‘ upcoming flick. I can see it.

-The trailer for Olympus Has Fallen just landed. I was excited because I thought this was the movie in which the White House is ambushed and Channing Tatum has to save it, but this is actually the movie in which the White House is ambushed and Gerard Butler has to save it. Sad face.