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Shailene Woodley Talks Engagement to Aaron Rodgers

 

 

Shailene Woodley covers THR,

Shailene Woodley covers THR, and says she and Aaron Rodgers were engaged a while before announcing it. “When we announced that we were engaged, we wanted to do that only because we didn’t want someone else to do it before we did,” Woodley says. “And we didn’t do it for months and months after we had become engaged, but the reaction to it was really a lot, and so we were like, ‘Let’s just politely decline [to talk about the relationship] for a little while and live in our little bubble.'” I’m not sure why she’d want to reintroduce speculation about their relationship timeline when it had finally died down, but here we are again.

-The Brampton-born star of Netflix’s Never Have I Ever, Maitreyi Ramakrishnan, is on the cover of EW to talk about the new season.

Megan Fox says she made a pro/con list before agreeing to date Machine Gun Kelly. What could possibly have been on the pro list?

-The filmmaker behind the Anthony Bourdain documentary Roadrunner sounds like he made some odd choices. There’s a surprise AI recreation of Bourdain’s  voice. He also decided not to pursue an interview with his girlfriend at the time of his death, Asia Argento.

Michael Imperioli and Steve Schirripa claim that HBO once gave their Sopranos costar James Gandolfini $3 million to turn down an offer to replace Steve Carell on The Office — even though the Sopranos had ended.

Jason Sudeikis keeps Ted Lasso-ing. He showed support for England footballers Jadon Sancho, Marcus Rashford, and Bukayo Saka at the show’s premiere.

Courtney Stodden is praising the way Jason Biggs apologized to her.

-I love that a Variety reporter tried to tell Tatum O’Neal that her Twitter had been hacked, and her agent responded that “she doesn’t have time for this right now.”

Normani and Cardi B’s “Wild Side” is here, and Normani’s choro remains impressive.

Johnny Rotten is trying to stop other members of The Sex Pistols from allowing their music to be used in Danny Boyle’s new FX series Pistol.

-I have very hard to get into Netflix’s I Think You Should Leave because everyone finds it so funny, but it is decidedly Not For Me. Still, this piece about how they did the coffin flops is good.

-Loki season 1 director Kate Herron is moving on from the series.

Addison Rae introduced herself to Trump at UFC 264, and her fans aren’t happy.

-Ruh roh. A script leaked for the Sex and the City reboot. I only care how they’re writing Samantha out.

Dan Harmon is making noise again about a possible Community movie.

Amber Heard showed off a new photo of her daughter Oonagh, writing “I’m just the mom and the dad. She’s the boss.”

Jason Momoa vows to protect his daughter after his wife dies in the Sweet Girl trailer.

The Supernatural Brothers Are Back to Fighting — This Time, Each Other

-Why are CW actors being so messy this week? Jared Padalecki says he’s ‘gutted’ he found out about Jensen Acklesplanned Supernatural prequel through Twitter last night. Yikes. I mean, I always assume costars who pretend to be BFFs aren’t really IRL, but Ackles could have texted him. And the CW, where Padalecki is headlining Walker, should also have also given him a heads up. Of course, instead of reacting in front of the whole world, Padalecki could have texted instead. This whole situation is not cool.

Padalecki posted an update this afternoon, tweeting Jensen Ackles and I had a great talk, as we do often, and things are good. The show is early in the process with miles to go. We’ve travelled a lot of roads together, and sometimes those damn roads have bumps. Bumps don’t stop us. Once brothers, always brothers.” 

-Surprisingly non-messy CW actor Ian Somerhalder had a lovey fan encounter and shouted out Halifax for her.

Jodie Turner-Smith tweeted that she nearly missed her flight home from Italy and the airport greeter told her, “I know who is your husband, all of Italy understands why you need to get home to him.” Truth.

-Experts say Britney Spears could remain under conservatorship for years.

-Black creators on TikTok are on indefinite “strike”, refusing to choreograph a dance for Megan Thee Stallion‘s “Thot Shit” on the app because they know white creators are just going to appropriate it without compensation or credit.

-See, this is why I’m weary of all the stories of John Boyega being “difficult”. How come is Twitter account is suddenly unverified? This jerk got kicked off a plane for verbally abusing his wife, and he’s still blue-checkmarked. (I’m still not over it.)

-I’m guessing the bouncer who wouldn’t let Rihanna into the club because she didn’t have ID on her is no longer a bouncer.

Kanye West is suing Walmart for ripping off his footwear.

-The Gossip Girl reboot has the cast dressed as Beyonce and Solange on the night of the legendary elevator fight. I’m suddenly interested.

-As Conan O’Brien signs off from his TBS show, Vulture asked 12 comedians to talk about his influence. Seth Rogen, Bill Hader, Nicole Byer, D’Arcy Carden, Jimmy Kimmel, Adam Pally and more paid tribute.

-The wait to see Dune just got a bit longer — again. It’s going from an Oct. 1 release to Oct. 22 on HBO Max and in theaters.

-A new trailer for Shang-Chi is here, now with more Tony Leung.

Megan Fox finds herself handcuffed to her dead husband in the trailer for ‘Till Death.

-The trailer for Schmigadoon, in which Cecily Strong and Keegan-Michael Key play a couple who go hiking and end up in a musical, has me excited for its debut.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Turn to Oprah

-It was a long weekend so I missed Meghan Markle‘s pregnancy announcement. The British press didn’t though — and were even more horrible to her than usual.

-Meanwhile, the royal couple are set to do a sit-down interview with Oprah and “nothing is off-limits.”

Simone Ashley won the coveted role of Kate in season two of Bridgerton. I know nothing about this actress, but that’s the best character in the entire book series so good on her.

-Speaking of the Bridgerton cast, Rege-Jean Page is going to star in Paramount’s Dungeons & Dragons movie with Chris Pine.

Olivia Wilde made a social media post thanking Harry Styles for taking on a supporting role in a women-led movie, and people are not having it.

Wilde also spent Valentine’s Day moving stuff out of Jason Sudeikis’ house and into Styles’.

-Awful news for Nicki Minaj: her father has passed away following a hit-and-run.

Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson is making noises again about running for president. He seems like a swell guy but can we just… not?

-This is an interesting piece on how everyone in Hollywood wants immunity, and lots of A-listers are looking into what it would take to get it — but they are also terrified of potential public shaming if it ever came out that they jumped the vaccine line (as they should be).

-Meanwhile, here’s a look at how crisis PR isn’t really working for stars these days.

-Are Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox the 2021 version of Angelina and Billy Bob? He wears a necklace with a drop of her blood in it.

-Speaking of pulling an Angie, Kristen Wiig says her twin babies’ names are Luna and Shiloh.

-Speaking of Wiig, her new movie is incredibly weird and you definitely have to be in the right mindset for it (or high), but I will watch the bit where Jamie Dornan recreates a cheezy music video over and over and over. This is a very charming interview with him about it, in which he says he can sing “just as much as any douchey actor guy.”

David Boreanaz has broken his silence and offered public support to Charisma Carpenter.

Julie Bowen says her Modern Family TV son Nolan Gould gave her an ‘insane’ Happy Gilmore poster. “[Because of it] my kids think Happy Gilmore is a horror movie.”

-Former Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay says it was the ‘right decision‘ for Chris Harrison to step aside temporarily. Others are wondering if it should be forever?

Claudia Conway auditioned on this weekend’s season premiere of American Idol and the whole thing felt off and manipulative.

-This is an excellent profile on Chloé Zhao, the creator of quiet indie dramas who has suddenly become the most-sought-after director in Hollywood, and an Oscar frontrunner.

-Oof, this is a damning thread on how Justin Timberlake talked about Britney Spears over the years.

-Also in her first interview in over a decade, Spears’ cousin and former assistant Alli Sims claims that Britney’s father Jamie was “100 percent” threatening Alli with her life when he forced her to cut off contact with Britney.

-Here’s the first trailer for the Gossip Girl reboot on HBO Max.

-Here’s the latest trailer for Zack Snyder’s Justice League. Sigh.