— Cynthia Nixon (@CynthiaNixon) December 21, 2021
–Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon, and Kristin Davis joined forces to issue a joint statement about the accusations against Chris Noth, and it’s good.
-The Return to Hogwarts trailer actually has me looking forward to this reunion special. But even if JKR isn’t in it, will she still profit from it?
-In this new deep dive by Variety, Blake Stuerman shared his first-person account about his four years with director Bryan Singer, saying it was abusive and traumatizing. Variety says they spoke with 20 people to corroborate it. Meanwhile, Singer’s lawyer says Stuerman “simply has an axe to grind.”
–Britney Spears’ dad is still being a jerk. Now he wants her to pay his legal bills.
–Lorne Michaels says he’ll retire from SNL in three years.
–Willem Dafoe (who was the best part of Spider-Man: No Way Home) once needed a body double in a nude scene because — according to director Lars von Trier — “Will’s own [penis] was too big…too big because everybody got very confused when they saw it.” So there’s that.
-Spider-Man: No Way Home made even more money than the most optimistic predictions.
-Speaking of Zendaya projects, a new Euphoria trailer has landed! The series returns in a couple of weeks.
-This is a great profile on Melanie Lynskey, who is currently killing it on both Yellowjackets and Don’t Look Up.
–Keanu Reeves continues to cement his reputation as the best human alive by not getting fussed about how people watch the new Matrix movie. “I mean, sure, stream it if you have to.”
-Meanwhile, his Walk of Fame speech just consisted of him shouting out Toronto places and yet it made me very happy.
–The reviews for the new season of Emily In Paris suggests the show has slightly improved.
–Armie Hammer is front and center in the new Death of the Nile trailer, despite allegations of emotional abuse, manipulation, coercion and rape against him.
-Kidman new wig watch! Here’s the first trailer for Robert Eggers’ The Northman starring Nicole Kidman, Alexander Skarsgård, Anya Taylor-Joy, Willem Dafoe, Ethan Hawke, and more.