I support & respect any former colleague’s right to make their own career choices. https://t.co/zae7nJ6VFi
— Kim Cattrall (@KimCattrall) March 22, 2018
-She may be feuding with Sarah Jessica Parker, but Kim Cattrall still has (kind of?) nice words for at least one of her former SATC costars. She tweeted her support for Cynthia Nixon’s New York Governor bid. It wasn’t the most glowing endorsement, but still…
-The Shia Labeouf comeback tour is upon us. There’s a new biopic starring Lucas Hedges as Labeouf (because white dudes in Hollywood get countless chances for redemption), and now there’s a new Esquire profile, which mentions he turned down offers to appear in The Social Network, 127 Hours, and The Bourne Legacy.
–Chris Evans is plotting is post-Captain America career.
–Drew Barrymore wants you to know that she didn’t actually mean to insult Jake Gyllenhaal‘s acting skills.
I really hope this tweet is Gillian Anderson’s response to the news that they plan to continue The X Files without her. Or the reaction to the season finale which I haven’t watch yet, but according to the outrage on Twitter, did her character dirty. Whatever it’s about, it’s expert shade.
-In advance of this weekend’s march, George Clooney penned a letter to Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school students, telling them “You make me proud of my country again.” Bill Murray also expressed his support in an NBC News op-ed.
-Terrible: a firefighter died on the set of an Edward Norton-directed movie.
-According to a new lawsuit filed against Russell Simmons, a woman claims she met him when he invited her and her son backstage at a DefJam concert and then he trapped her in a hotel room and told her “I am going to f**k you or I’m going to f**k your son.”
-The Cannes red carpet is full of weird rules (like women have to wear heels) and they just added another one: no selfies.
–Will Smith and Jimmy Fallon performed the history of sitcom theme songs.
–Rosario Dawson stars in the Krystal trailer, directed by William H Macy.
-Andrew Garfield might be losing his mind in the trailer for Under The Silver Lake.