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Chris Evans’ Embarrassing Headshot

Chris Evans shared his terrible first headshot and the internet is having a field day dunking on it.

Jennifer Aniston revealed her 50th birthday trip to Mexico with Courteney Cox and Jimmy Kimmel‘s wife, Molly McNearney, turned scary when one of the plane’s wheels fell off. She also revealed that McNearney texted Kimmel that she loved him and that he’d “always been an incredible husband” — to which he replied “I just signed up for Tinder, but I promise not to activate it until we know what’s what.'”

-Sorry, ladies. Keanu Reeves‘ rep is denying the quotes in which he said he was lonely and looking for love.

-I’ve never seen Deadwood but I’m so happy for its fans that HBO is airing the movie revival tonight. It sounds like a love letter to the show.

-Not all Game Of Thrones fans are writing whiny petitions. As a counterpoint, fans have raised more than $125K for charity to thank the show’s stars. Emilia Clarke posted an emotional video thanking them for their donations.

Diplo insists he didn’t ruin Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner‘s secret wedding by livestreaming it — despite Jonas and Turner both voicing their displeasure about it in separate interviews.

-The NBA reportedly had a chat with Drake about his courtside antics before the finals.

-I don’t usually get moved by reality TV but between this clip of a blind contestant on MasterChef, and this autistic contestant on America’s Got Talent, I’m a blubbery mess.

-The reviews are in for Big Little Lies season 2, which critics seem to find a bit more scattered than the first season, but everyone agrees that Meryl Streep steals the show.

Kate McKinnon appeared on Billy on the Street — where she pretended to be Reese Witherspoon.

-It’s supposed to rain a lot this weekend, but at least there’s a ton of good TV and movies dropping: Ali Wong‘s Netflix romcom Always Be My Maybe, Amazon’s Good Omens, and Ava Duvernay‘s Netflix mini-series When They See Us — all which are getting glowing reviews.

-Good Omens star David Tennant being confused by emojis’ hidden sex meanings is gold.

Jon Hamm signs all of his emails “HAMM” and I wouldn’t want it any other way.

-Jesus, John Cleese. It was bad and now you’re making it worse.

-I’m surprisingly loving Katy Perry’s new song. Huh.

Robert Pattinson has officially been confirmed as the new Batman. I have no doubt he can do broody and gothic, but I definitely agree with this thread that it’s a very weird career choice for a guy who’s purposefully eschewed fame/the spotlight thus far.

-Also, I can’t believe the movie is going to feature get another take on Batman’s origin story. I never, ever again need to sit through another scene of Martha Wayne’s pearls tumbling to the ground.

-Wait, Aya Cash is in Fosse/Verdon?! God, I need to watch this thing.

-There’s rumblings of an Ally McBeal reboot. I’d much rather they just stream the original somewhere. Robert Downey Jr. was at his most charming in that show.

-I love that the entire internet is obsessed with Fleabag’s black jumpsuit.

-AMC, which films The Walking Dead in Atlanta, says they’ll “re-evaluate” if the abortion bill goes into effect there .

Alia Shawkat and Holliday Grainger star in Sophie Hyde’s Animals trailer.

Lizzo Talks Body Positivity and Authenticity

Lizzo Essence Magazine cover

Lizzo looks amazing on the cover of Essence! She talks about talks about embracing authenticity: “I made a decision to be myself because I knew I had no choice. Sometimes the label ‘unapologetic’ bothers me because it can be loaded, because it means we have to apologize for something in the first place. I’m not ignorant to the fact that we had to have a demeanor of lowering ourselves culturally just to exist. But I’m trying to shake up the narrative about how we’re supposed to act.”

Robert Pattinson has landed the lead Matt Reeves‘ The Batman. Twitter blew up in outrage over this last night, this makes sense to me. Maybe people only know him from Twilight, but both he and Kristen Stewart have been doing some really interesting films in the last few years. And I’m not worried about him not being able to put on muscle; that’s what trainers are for.

-Ahead of this Sunday’s series finale, I really liked this roundup of female TV critics talking about how the show has failed its women this year.

-This saddens me: Busy Philipps bid a tearful goodbye to her E! talk show. “The most important lesson that we learned here is that it is a marathon, not a sprint, and the real trick is figuring out what the f*ck the marathon is that you’re actually running. And I have to tell you something: Guys, we haven’t even broken a sweat yet.”

-The Joker script sounds bad. Really bad.

-Here’s how that Sarah Michelle Gellar cameo on Big Bang Theory’s finale came together.

Rihanna has slammed the Alabama governor for their terrible abortion ban: “Shame on you!

Billie Eilish knows she made it when Melissa McCarthy starts impersonating her and Julia Roberts wants to hang.

-I dig this dress on Julianne Moore in Cannes.

-Rocketman’s Taron Egerton seems super bland to me but he might be winning me over with his Bryan Singer jabs.

Michael Fassbender and Peter Dinklage, I expect more than you than a Mel Gibson movie! Jamie Foxx…meh, you do you.

-I love that Halle Berry makes a point to stops for black reporters on a red carpet.

-The casting for BBC/HBO’s His Dark Materials (James McAvoy, Ruth Wilson, Lin-Manuel Miranda) is pretty damn perfect.

Bradley Cooper, The Reluctant Superstar

Taffy Brodesser-Akner once again proves she is one of the best celebrity feature writers working today with her NYT profile on Bradley Cooper. He is CLEARLY not into it, and she explains to him why she needs him to open up, and then the article offers some genuine insight into not just his creative process, but also hers.

-Meanwhile, the song from the A Star Is Born trailer (you know, THE song with the crazy goosebump-inducing, Gaga-wailing chorus), dropped today.

Busy Philipps, Sarah Hyland and Cara Delevingne shared their devastating #WhyIDidntReport stories today.

-This first look at Tom Hanks as Mister Rogers is the soothing balm the world needed today.

-Speaking of things we could all use after today’s news cycle, The Good Place is back tonight! NBC released the first four eps to critics and the reviews are pretty forking glowing. (Here’s a refresher if you don’t remember how last season ended.)

-The week of surprise baby news continues! Paul Dano and Zoe Kazan reportedly welcomed their first child in August.

Robert Pattinson and Mia Goth are currently promoting a movie together. Their ex-significant others (FKA twigs and Shia LaBeouf) are now dating. This isn’t awkward at all.

George Clooney looks really different in this photo. I don’t like it.

-Single Parents (which I really liked) and A Million Little Things (which I really didn’t) premiered to so-so ratings.

Kanye West is reportedly preparing to drop his third(!) full-length album of the year this weekend.

Awkwafina and Seth Meyers will host SNL next month.

Jameela Jamil explained her issues with the body positivity movement which is great — except she may have lifted her quotes from someone she was DMing with. (She’s since credited them.)

-In a new interview, Leah Remini talks about her ongoing fight against Scientology and adds, “I keep wondering – why haven’t Katie Holmes or Nicole Kidman spoken out? I assume they were forced to sign prohibitive documents…Trust me, Katie’s not allowed to have a meal with me, and we used to be close friends. She could lose custody of Suri. It’s quite sick, really.”

-Here’s the Dark Phoenix trailer starring James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jessica Chastain, Jennifer Lawrence, and Sophie Turner. This feels like the type of movie that might be OK if you just consider it divorced from the rest of the X-Men films.