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Noah Centineo Recalls Scary Fan Encounter

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Noah Centineo is doing promo, which means the final To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before Movie is about it hit! (Update: Netflix just announced it’ll come out on Feb 12 and dropped a trailer.) In a new GQ interview, Centineo remembers a scary incident when a group of fans tracked his flight to meet him at the airport and tried to follow him home. (Also, the wild thing about this whole article is how few quotes are attributed to him. The reporter clearly likes him and they talk about a lot of topics, but most of his direct quotes are just short exclamations. It’s odd.)

-The whispers about Armie Hammer continue to get louder. He’s reportedly “stepping away” from his comedy with Jennifer Lopez. In his first statement about the growing scandal, he said “I’m not responding to these bullshit claims but in light of the vicious and spurious online attacks against me, I cannot in good conscience now leave my children for 4 months to shoot a film in the Dominican Republic.” (I’m not sure if using the kids is the direction I would have went on this…)

-Meanwhile, the Daily Mail has some not great video of him doing what looks like drugs.

-Whew, Jason Sudeikis‘ PR team is working overtime this week.

Bruce Willis was asked to leave a pharmacy in LA for refusing to wear a mask. He was wearing a bandana around his neck — how hard was it to just put it over his mouth? Jerk.

-He’s since called it “an error in judgement.” Still a jerk tho.

-Today’s wild news day includes this nugget: Rebel Wilson says she was once kidnapped at gunpoint in rural Mozambique. “I felt like I was very good in the crisis. I was like a team leader. They sat us down, and I said, ‘Everybody link arms,’ because I was petrified in the night that they might want to take one of the girls or something.”

-Backstreet Boy Kevin Richardson tweeted a story about losing a friend to Q*non, which is likely a subtweet about Brian Littrell.

Riz Ahmed revealed that he recently got married, but won’t be revealing his wife’s name.

-Insecure is ending with its upcoming fifth season. If this is what Issa Rae wants, I’m glad she’s getting time to wrap up the series but man, it feels like it hit its stride last season.

-The fact that five different people sent me this Bridgerton duet TikTok is making me question my brand. (J/K; keep sending).

-Speaking of Bridgerton, I love this British Vogue spread of Phoebe Dynevor and Regé-Jean Page.

Emma Roberts took to Instagram to introduce the world to her son, Rhodes Robert Hedlund.

Tom Hanks will be hosting a TV special to celebrate Joe Biden’s inauguration, featuring performances by Jon Bon Jovi, Justin Timberlake, Demi Lovato and Ant Clemons.

-The Kardashians reportedly gave crew members of Keeping Up With the Kardashians a fancy wrap gift: Rolexes.

Kevin Costner is suing his former business partner for conversion, fraud, breach of fiduciary duty and unjust enrichment.

Mary-Kate Olsen and Olivier Sarkozy have reached a divorce settlement.

-Amazon confirmed their Lord of the Rings show is about the return of Sauron. This thing is supposed to come out this year, and that’s all we really know about it so far.

-Aw nuts. The covid drama Locked Down starring Anne Hathaway and Chiwetel Ejiofor is getting terrible reviews.

Jon Hamm says he auditioned to play Sandy Cohen in The OC. He’s great, but he doesn’t have the eyebrows for it.

-The SAG Awards are moving to April after the Grammys took their original slot.

LaKeith Stanfield infiltrates the Black Panthers in the trailer for Judas And The Black Messiah.

Zendaya For GQ

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-Any time Hunter Harris writes a celebrity profile, it’s a must read. But a Hunter Harris cover story on Zendaya? That’s a drop everything and must read now!

-If you wondered why Armie Hammer was trending over the weekend, it’s because some incredibly disturbing sext screenshots that were attributed to him were “leaked.” Who knows if any of them are real, but the memes were fire.

-Now that it’s turning into a he-said, she-said, every outlet is trying to nail down the timing of the Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis split, and when she and Harry Styles started up, which might have happened closer together than we thought.

Kevin Hart has reportedly struck a massive, eight-figure deal with Netflix.

-Bridgerton’s Regé-Jean Page denied rumours he’s dating costar Phoebe Dynevor, which seems to have sprung up just because they have chemistry on the show. He reminded everyone about a little thing called ACTING. “All the sparks that flew came off the beautiful scripts we were handed. So I think that the sparky words, scripts and material are more than enough.”

-Meanwhile, Netflix is reportedly planning to do eight seasons of Bridgerton — one for each of the books. I don’t trust them to stick with it that long.

-The most wild thing about this problematic post from Lana Del Rey is that it seems completely unprompted. Like, she thought this would be a good thing to post out of the blue.

-I can’t believe they’re actually going ahead with a Sex and the City revival without the show’s most sex-positive character. In social media comments about the revival, Sarah Jessica Parker insisted that she doesn’t dislike Kim Cattrall.

-According to a report, the three main stars are going to earn more than $1 million per episode for the revival.

Michael B. Jordan went Instagram official with Lori Harvey over the weekend.

-I have somehow managed to live this long without ever having seen a single second of a Fast & Furious movie, and I’m content with that choice. Still, I’m happy that Helen Mirren will finally get to drive in F9.

-Critics who screened the first three episodes of WandaVision are going crazy for it.

-On Marc Maron’s podcast, Nicole Kidman revealed that her role in The Undoing took a toll: “I just like suddenly was in this place of… There was sort of a disquietness to my personality, where I was uneasy and there was duress on who I was.” She adds that she got sick during production: “I went down for a week, because your immune system it doesn’t know the difference between acting and truth when you’re doing them.”

Nicole Kidman and Javier Bardem are in talks to play Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz in Aaron Sorkin-directed film. Wow, that’s a lot of interesting words.

-FX has ordered a Sex Pistols series, starring Maisie Williams and Toby Wallace.

-My god, there’s even more from Gayle King‘s interview with Miya Ponsetto, and it somehow got worse.

-People are pushing back against an article in The Hollywood Reporter that suggests Parasite has ‘paved the way’ for ‘downright weird’ Oscar entries, correctly pointing out that an American film about a woman having sex with fish man won Best Picture first.

-This is a terrifying piece on how bad covid outbreaks on Hollywood productions really are.

-For anyone who always though Brian was their favourite Backstreet Boy, I’m so sorry.

Sean Bean vamps it up in the trailer for Snowpiercer’s second season.

-The first trailer for Kristen Wiig’s Barb and Star Go To Vista Del Mar feels like it came out years ago, but it’s finally resurfaced with a new promo.

Daisy Ridley On Being Labeled ‘Aggressive’ and ‘Intimidating’

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Daisy Ridley covers the new issue of Tatler and opens up about being called “aggressive” following her Star Wars fame. “I’ve been told that I’m intimidating. That was on [the set of upcoming film] Chaos Walking. I was having my hair done, having my wig put on. I remember thinking, ‘God, should I be smaller? Should I be quieter?’…I’ve been called aggressive, too. My energy is ‘quite aggressive.’ That was during a meeting with a director. I was thinking: ‘But why? Is it because I maintained eye contact? Is it because I’m passionate about what we’re talking about?’ I dunno. You have that horrible sinking feeling of, ‘God, do I not come across the way I think I do?'”

-Sexual assault allegations against designer Alexander Wang have been flooding TikTok, Instagram, and Twitter this week.

-I feel like Hilaria Baldwin thought she was doing this NYT interview for damage control, but the writer didn’t get the message. My fave paragraph: “‘One of the most important places to start is this idea of boundaries,’ said Ms. Baldwin, who invites social media followers into her home life with Mr. Baldwin and their five fair-haired young children by routinely sharing images like her underwear-clad workout routines, innumerable pregnancy selfies and the sponsored diaper-ad videos of her infant son.” I also loved the source who insisted on anonymity because she feared Alec Baldwinwould punch her.”

-Also, people are really angry (as they should be) that New York Magazine is mostly crediting Tracie Egan Morrissey for breaking the story. It definitely blew up when Morrisey posted about Baldwin on Instagram, but most of the legwork was already done by this @lenibriscoe thread on Twitter.

-The week between xmas and new year’s is always packed with celeb split announcements in an attempt to slide under the radar, but this week is slower than most. All we’ve gotten so far is Lindsey Vonn and P.K. Subban announcing the end of their engagement, and Tyrese Gibson splitting from his wife.

-Another day, another round of pap shots of Shia LaBeouf and Margaret Qualley jogging. Interesting, seeing how his attorney told Variety last week: “Shia needs help and he knows that. We are actively seeking the kind of meaningful, intensive, long-term inpatient treatment that he desperately needs.”

Billie Eilish says that she didn’t intentionally get a mullet; her hair “fell out in chunks” after having it coloured.

-In a video posted on Twitter, Anthony Hopkins celebrates 45 years of sobriety and reveals that he drastically changed his life after realizing he was “headed for disaster.”

Chrissy Teigen revealed on Instagram that she’s 4 weeks sober.

-Also, Chrissy created a surprise math competition for John Legend’s birthday. This sounds like my own personal hell, but he looked into it.

Selena Gomez called out Facebook for spreading misinformation about vaccines and covid.

-I’m loving that our Bridgerton thirst is being quenched with interviews with the hunky stars.  Regé-Jean Page (who plays Simon) talks about warning his loved ones about the nudity (“I’ve been sending out warning texts to my family, like the family WhatsApp group is full of exclamation points in the middle of flashing red light emojis just kind of going, ‘I know everyone’s kind of excited for this, but just so you know what you’re getting into, there is some de-robed Regé going on this Christmas.'”) Meanwhile, Jonathan Bailey (who plays Anthony) talks about the impressive sideburns he sports in the show (“They are real, baby. I fertilize them every day like a bonsai tree.”).

-I like this interview with 48 showrunners revealing the series that got them through 2020. It feels like The Queen’s Gambit, Normal People and HBO’s How To With John Wilson got the most shoutouts, but Dan Levy picked Sex Education, Greg Berlanti chose The Crown, and Lena Waithe opted for I May Destroy You.

-Gilligan’s Island star Dawn Wells, who played Mary Ann, has died of COVID-19 complications.

Robin Wright retreats to the harsh wilderness of the Rockies after a family tragedy in the Land trailer.