THE ALIAS CAST HAD A 20 YEAR REUNION PARTY 😭😭😭😭😭 pic.twitter.com/ijUZoSeMlt
— 🍍francesca🍍 (@francescaaahhhh) October 1, 2021
–Jennifer Garner joined TikTok and her first video is of an Alias reunion to celebrate the show’s 20th anniversary. More of this, please.
–Angelina Jolie appeared at Variety’s Power of Women event last night to pay tribute to Amanda Gorman.
–Scarlett Johansson and Disney have settled their breach of contract lawsuit over the star’s Black Widow payday, though the terms remain under wraps. She said in a statement, “I am happy to have resolved our differences with Disney. I look forward to continuing our collaboration.”
–Channing Tatum is commenting on his girlfriend’s father’s abs on Insta. As you do.
-According to interviews with former staffers, Goop is suffering from an exodus of 140 staff (including the bulk of the executive team), complaints of low salaries, and pandemic burnout.
–Josh Charles keeps coming very close to spilling the tea about Aaron Sorkin and I’m so curious!
–Scott Speedman is back on Grey’s Anatomy? Aw man, I didn’t want to get sucked back in.
-I’m still watching The Morning Show — not because it’s good, but because it’s a train wreck that I can’t look away from. This week’s development makes little sense, so for this show it makes perfect sense. I’m amazed they weren’t publicizing this plot development in the trailers. (Spoilers for the latest episode, obviously).
-The judge in Kelly Clarkson‘s divorce has ruled that the Montana Ranch is hers, not her ex’s.
–Bernie Sanders, Adam Schiff, and 118 members of Congress have signed a letter backing IATSE’s demands for meal and bathroom breaks, adequate sleep, and living wages for crew on film and TV sets. The vote on strike authorization began today.
-There’s going to be a movie adaptation of Red, White & Royal Blue? Oh yes please! Bring on all the romance adaptations.
-Wow, I adore Nina Dobrev‘s 1920s Spanish style home.
-I saw Melissa McCarthy‘s The Starling at TIFF and did not like it (despite good performances from her and Chris O’Dowd). It’s now on Netflix.
-Here’s a new trailer for Steven Spielberg’s West Side Story.