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Amanda Seyfried and Thomas Sadoski Eloped

Thomas Sadoski revealed on James Corden‘s show that he and baby mama Amanda Seyfried eloped last week.

-I have to say, I did not see a Donald Trump/One Direction feud coming.

-This article on how Kate Middleton is “less than pleased” with Prince William’s ski-trip behaviour probably shouldn’t have made me laugh.

-Beauty and the Beast is going to be a beast at the box office this weekend, waltzing to an expected $165M-$170M bow.

-Speaking of Beauty and the Beast, Emma Watson is reportedly pulling in $3M upfront, but her final payday could be $15M if the film’s final haul is similar to Maleficent’s $759M worldwide gross.

-Whatever happens with Brangelina, at least their delicious Miravel rose seems safe for now.

-Is Taylor Swift launching her own version of Spotify?

-Emily Van Camp and Matt Czuchry are going to star in a new Fox medical drama. I like both of those actors separately, but together they make a bland duo of immense blandness.

-Networks are scrambling after nearly all of their mid-season premieres (17 scripted shows launched since Jan. 1), are languishing with low ratings.

-Balmain failed Scarlett Johansson with this terrible dress at the Ghost In The Shell premiere.

-Congrats to Marion Cotillard, who had her second kid.

-Yay! Here’s the first new Feist song in six years!

-I should have known that Black Girl Nerds’ Iron Fist takedown would be my favourite.

Lena Dunham would like everyone to stop talking about her weight please.

-In honour of St Patrick’s Day, Jamie Dornan recited 41 Irish terms for being drunk.

Ellen DeGeneres and Kristen Bell dressed up as leprechauns for a festive game of Heads Up.

Amy Schumer’s Netflix special was attacked by online trolls who down-voted her.

Katie Cassidy is the latest celebrity to have her nude photos hacked and leaked online. Not cool, pervs.

-Oh, so I guess I’m not watching season 2 of The Crown.

Review returns this week (or Wednesday on Much if you’re in Canada). This is by far one of my favourite comedies airing right now.  It somehow manages to be both hilarious and heartbreaking.

-Here’s the final trailer for The Leftovers. Wait, is Kevin Jesus?!

EW Offers First Look at the Gilmore Girls Revival

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-EW just unveiled their Gilmore Girls return cover and I’m in love. Meanwhile, the showrunner says of Melissa McCarthy: “I can get her in and out in two hours.”  Methinks it’s too little, too late, but we’ll see.

-I can barely pick out the One Direction guys from a lineup but that didn’t stop me from falling down a crazy fake baby conspiracy rabbit hole today. I’m not sure what’s crazier — the theories or the actual public story. Who announces to People he’s expecting a kid with a fling when she’s only 11 weeks along? Why are they passing off baby pics from random bloggers as their own? What’s with all the queerbaiting? I don’t understand any of this, but I do know this: if I’m ever falsely accused of a crime, I want the 1D fandom in charge of investigating the case. They’ve got receipts!

-This is the second craziest read of the day: a National Enquirer editor writes about his insane 2-year war with Charlie Sheen. It gets weirder and weirder the more you read…

Russell Crowe tries to prove he’s funny enough to host SNL in these new promos. It doesn’t work.

-You can watch the first four minutes of the Orphan Black season premiere here.

-This is adorable: Tom Cruise has given Kristen Dunst a coconut cake every Christmas since they shot Interview with a Vampire.

-Ruh roh! Jennifer Lopez‘s new feminist song is also produced by Dr. Luke.

-Wait wait wait — Ryan Reynolds is in talks to star in the adaptation of The Rosie Project?! Seeing as the main character is a nerdy, OCD-plagued professor, this movie might already be in trouble.

Aisha Tyler’s Reddit AMA was wonderful.

David Duchovny and Stephen Colbert had fun trying to make the CBS person in charge of bleeping out swears work overtime.

-I feel such weird pride for the Amell boys, as if somehow had a hand in their success. I once waved to one of them while crossing the street. Does that count?

Anna Kendrick and Sam Rockwell were on GMA today to promote Mr Right, and it was amazing. (The best part was before the interview, before they cut to commercial while surrounded by people on trampolines dancing to a DJ and Kendrick was like “what is happening?!” and Rockwell was just all “who cares — let’s dance!”)

Cameron Diaz gushed about the “real love” she’s found with her husband. Which is sweet — until you remember he’s one of the Good Charlotte guys and everything gets all confusing again.

-The trailer for the next Star Wars sequel Rogue One is so filled with kickass women. Here’s a deep dive into all the easter eggs. I love this trailer so much that I had to stop myself from trying to burrow my head into my laptop’s screen when I first watched it…

Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny Flirt Their Way Through Interviews

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-Here’s where I’m at with The X Files revival: even if the remaining four episodes don’t improve after what the critics screened (and hated), at least we’re getting a new one from Darin Morgan, who wrote my two favourites eps ever. AND we’re also being gifted with the cutest, most squee-worthy press tour I’ve ever seen. I dissolved into a puddle while watching Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny on Kimmel last night, especially when she was explaining that a lot of their past tension was the result of Vancouver’s “moistness.” And gawd, when he’s talking about Mrs Butterworth and she’s just staring at his lips? AND ALL THE TOUCHING. Kill me now.

-I adore all of Elle’s Women in TV magazine covers.

James Corden is doing Car Karaoke with Adele tonight, and this teaser has me setting my DVR.

-Weird. The Serial podcast is moving to a biweekly schedule because they have so much new material. This is strange, seeing as there’s virtually no buzz around this season (probably because it’s super boring).

-Fifty Shades of Grey topped the Razzies with six nominations because people are no fun. I mean, it was a terrible movie, but there were much, much worse ones in 2015.

One Direction has split up for good and everyone under 14 is now in mourning.

-The Friends cast is going to reunite for special paying tribute to veteran director James Burrows. This special sounds like a better idea than a reboot.

-I’m not sure the head of NBC did Jimmy Fallon any favours by debunking those drinking problem rumours at the TCAs today.

-No surprise here: Heroes Reborn will not be reborn next season.

-I’ve never laughed harder at a movie poster than I did at this one. What’s with Vince Vaughn‘s hair?

Saoirse Ronan gave Stephen Colbert a lesson about Irish accents last night.

-Jesus Cripes, Salon. What are you doing?

Olivia Munn plays both Nelly and Kelly Rowland in this new Lip Sync Battle teaser.

-NBC’s next live musical will be Hairspray. Meh. If this point of these things is to bring Broadway to the millions of people who will never get to go, how about Hamilton?

-The Captain America: Civil War directors think there should be a Black Widow movie.
cordelia buffy duh

-Wait, so El Chapo didn’t even know who Sean Penn was? Bwahahahaha!

Adam Driver’s SNL promos are delightful.

John Boyega continues to be the very best.

-So are Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom a thing we have to care about now? ‘Cause that sounds exhausting.

George Clooney is having an epically bad day in the first trailer for Money Monster, costarring Julia Roberts.