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Tina Fey Opens Up to David Letterman for THR

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Tina Fey was interviewed by David Letterman for the latest issue of THR and it’s great. She talks about her fear of artists becoming Leni Riefenstahl, offers her take on Donald Trump getting into a Twitter war with Alec Baldwin (“You think you’re good at being a jerk on Twitter? You will now face the grandmaster of being a jerk on Twitter”), and reveals she’s in a daily group chat with Maya Rudolph, Emily Spivey, Paula Pell, Amy Poehler, Ana Gasteyer, and Rachel Dratch.

-I still fall in the ‘what is a Bella Hadid?’ camp, but this is a pretty boss cover.

-British Vogue says brands “flatly refused” to provide clothes for Ashley Graham‘s cover shoot.

-Speaking of cover stories, Ruth Negga looks fantastic on January’s Vogue. I’ve loved her since Misfits; so glad she’s blowing up now.

-Forbes identified the 10 most overpaid actors of 2016, and Johnny Depp topped the list for the second year in a row. Also, it *tickles* me that Leonardo DiCaprio landed at #8.

-This is an interesting take on why the Casey Affleck sexual-harassment allegations just won’t stick.

Russell Crowe won’t be charged over that bizarre confrontation with Azealia Banks.

Katie Holmes shut down Dawsons Creek’s reunion chances. Um, because she has so much other stuff going on?!

Rihanna denied dissing Beyonce after not getting a Grammys nomination for Album of the Year, saying “We don’t need to be putting black women against each other.”

John Legend and Chrissy Teigen are really good at charades. And life.

-Jesus cripes. A new “right-to-live” lawsuit on behalf of Sofia Vergara‘s fertilized eggs (“Emma” and “Isabella” ) has been filed in Louisiana by ex-husband Nick Loeb. How can this possibly be a thing?!

Reese Witherspoon is confused by Westworld.

Ryan Murphy says he now regrets that he directed the People v. O.J.’s Marcia Clark episode instead of hiring a woman to do it. I have my issues with him, but it’s good of him to admit this.

-I really liked this piece on how memorizing the Hamilton soundtrack before you see it can actually improve your enjoyment (which leads into a discussion about spoilers in general).

-Ellen DeGeneres bet Natalie Portman $1,000 that’s she’s having a girl.

-I knew (KNEW!) there’d be a backlash against the pure joy of La La Land because people are predictable monsters. But I didn’t think I’d first see it on Jezebel.

-Random: Minka Kelly is reportedly dating HIMYM’s Josh Radnor. On the plus side, she’s not dating Sean Penn.

Matthew McConaughey pet a real tiger for his new movie and lived to tell the tale.

-Pretend you’re actually at a Childish Gambino concert with his VR video for “Me and Your Mama”.

-The CW, which doesn’t cancel anything, just cancelled Reign.

-The new trailer for 50 Shades Darker is as ridiculous as you’d expect.

Azealia Banks Kicked Out of Russell Crowe’s Hotel Room


-What the hell happened this weekend between Russell Crowe and Azealia Banks? She was reportedly hanging out in his hotel as RZA‘s guest, began criticizing his music selection and allegedly got into an altercation with another female. Crowe is said to have physically removed her and called security, but now she’s filed a police report saying that he choked her and called her the n-word, and is promising “receipts.” So now the two most belligerent people in Hollywood are in a he said/she said; this should end well.

-Congrats to Designated Survivor’s Italia Ricci and The Flash’s Robbie Amell, who got married this weekend. (Entertainment Tonight congratulated the wrong Amell. If they ever need an expert on all things Amellian, I’m available…)

-Speaking of weddings, Glee star Dianna Agron got married to a guy from Mumford & Sons.

Sarah Jessica Parker is threatening us with another SATC movie. Let us live, woman!

-In other news about reboots no one wants, Jason Segel is already talking about a How I Met Your Mother reunion.

-People says Jennifer Lopez dumped Casper Smart because he cheated on her? I don’t understand life.

-Cancel this entire week and crawl back into bed: Luke Perry is on cover of AARP magazine.

Lin-Manuel Miranda wing-manning for Leslie Jones on Twitter is my new favourite thing!

-Hamilton’s Leslie Odom, Jr. is expecting a baby with Nicolette Robinson. Maybe now Lena Dunham won’t be insulting the next time he doesn’t flirt with her.

Perrie Edwards says Zayn Malik ended their engagement with a text message. Kids today.

-Kids today, part deux: Joe Jonas doesn’t feel the need to apologize to Ashley Green for telling everyone she took his virginity.

-I really liked this article on Kristen Stewart‘s complicated new appeal.

-The only thing that would make this video of every shot of Tom Cruise running in movies better would be adding scenes of the Cougar Town cast making fun of Tom Cruise running in movies.

Kylie Jenner says she didn’t get butt implants, it’s just her “chunkiness.” If by “chunkiness” she means “injections” then sure.

-This is an interesting take on how the Billy Bush saga might mark the end of softball entertainment journalism.

-Meanwhile, Bush might get a $10 million settlement from NBC just to go away.

Taylor Swift donated $1 million to Louisiana flood victims because despite everything, she’s still kinda great.

Hilary Duff is dating a personal trainer, which sounds like my version of hell.

-Here’s the first promo for Big Little Lies, the new limited HBO series starring Reese Witherspoon, Shailene Woodley, Adam Scott and Nicole Kidman, directed by Jean-Marc Vallee. Just give everyone all the Emmys now.

Puck From Glee Has Been Arrested For Possession Of Child Pornography

Mark Salling in Glee (Fox)
Mark Salling in Glee (Fox)

-Oh god. Glee star Mark Salling was arrested this morning for possession of child porn.

Russell Crowe fought with Virgin Australia after his hoverboards were refused as luggage. Celebs, they’re just like us!

Kristen Bell is going to do some work on an upcoming episode of iZombie, which is all kinds of awesome.

Jennifer Garner is not taking Ben Affleck back. It’s a Christmas miracle!

-Is Guy Ritchie turning Madonna‘s son against her? The fact that the 15-year-old had to be ordered to spend xmas with his mom isn’t a good sign. Remember when he was a cute lil b-boy at his mom’s concerts?

-This warms the heart: Joss Whedon is donating up to $100,000 to Planned Parenthood, and Sacha Baron Cohen and Isla Fisher are donating $1 million to Syrian victims.

Leslie Jones says she confronted Kenan Thompson over his comments about diversity on SNL, and now he’s “possibly my best friend on the show.”

-Fox has released a 21-minute preview of The X Files reboot. I’m not going to watch, but I’m just happy it exists!

-I’ve been away for a while. Do we have any traction on the rumours of Courteney Cox and Matthew Perry dating? Anything?!

-The eyes have it in Orphan Black’s new teaser trailer for season 4.

Ruby Rose has big news, but it’s not about her uterus.

Britney Spears’s Instagram has become a fascinating journey through her mind.

-Has there ever been a more delightful press tour than the Star Wars one? Look at this. And this. And this. I mean, really.

-Meanwhile, The Force Awakens has now raked in $1.16B worldwide.

-Also, Carrie Fisher is pretty done with y’all talking about whether or not she’s aged well.

-I fell down a rabbit hole over the holidays and watched all of Netflix’s Making a Murderer, which is insanely engrossing. I’m not alone; Alec Baldwin live-tweeted his viewing. HBO & PBS both passed on the series a few years ago, long before we all caught Serial fever. Now hacktivists Anonymous have taken up the cause (and introduced a new tow truck theory).

Hugh Jackman: kicking my “awwws” into overdrive once again.

-This is a good/sad piece on why so many excellent pop culture sites died in 2015.

-Anyone else think it’s hilarious that The Hateful Eight pirated screener traced back to a top Hollywood exec?

-I stopped watching Homeland after they had one perfect season and then torpedoed all my good feelings about it with subsequent episodes, but Mandy Patinkin’s passionate rant on Colbert about what that show has taught him about North Americans’ reactions to Muslims is pretty incredible.

Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani were inseparable over the holidays.

-This fascinates (but doesn’t surprise) me: Agent Carter and Supergirl’s viewers are evenly split between men and women.

-The holidays brought us not one, but two new Deadpool trailers (including this very NSFW red band one):