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Sebastian Stan Suits Up for GQ

Sebastian Stan Suits Up GQ
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-Avengers: Infinity War broke a slew of records at the box office this weekend. I thought it was a disjointed mess with a bunch of false consequences that can’t possibly stick because they make no sense from a business/franchise perspective, but what do I know?

-The one thing that the movie did (or more accurately, the junket) is rekindle my love for Sebastian StanThis GQ profile helps, too.

Tina Fey is the latest celeb to be featured in David Letterman‘s interview series for Netflix, and she gives him some improv tips in this preview.

-Meanwhile, I want Sterling K Brown to have all of the superhero roles. All of ’em.

Seth Rogen explains why he’s kept silent amid BFF James Franco’s sexual misconduct allegations: “The truth is that my perspective on this is the least relevant perspective. I’m friends with these people and I’m a dude. All that combined makes me the last person who should be talking about this.” He’s not wrong.

-Well. About 60 women at NBC, including Rachel Maddow and Mika Brzezinski, are defending Tom Brokaw.

Zayn Malik and Gigi Hadid were caught kissing, despite their rumoured split.

-Speaking of rekindled romances, Kerry Perry and Orlando Bloom  are a thing again. Yay?

-I really like this profile on Janelle Monáe, in which she talks about Dirty Computer (which I have stuck on repeat), growing up Baptist and the music industry’s #TimesUp reckoning.

-The latest bump watch target: Gwyneth Paltrow.

-There is so much to unpack in Jessica Simpson’s latest bikini pose. None of it good.

-SNL star Aidy Bryant got married this weekend. I love her dress!

-Why yes, I WOULD like to read this N-Sync oral history of their breakup that throws Justin Timberlake under the bus.

-After months of talk about her 50+ stitches, Carrie Underwood finally revealed her face and it looks…the same?

Diane Keaton hasn’t dated since the Nixon era in new Book Club trailer, which appears to have been designed in a lab to make your mother happy.

Kanye West Drops Manager, Tweets Trump Support

-It’s not unusual to watch Kanye West tweet batshit stuff, but today seemed a little more out of control than usual. On the heels of multiple stories out of People that he’s had “explosive fights” with Kris Jenner (which she denied) and that he “seems to be on the edge,” Kanye tweeted about dropping manager Scooter Braun —  and then he and Donald Trump engaged in a Twitter lovefest. Kim Kardashian was quick to defend him.

-Meanwhile, Kanye loses 9.2 MILLION followers in less than 10 minutes after posting a photo of him wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat.

-Even Kris seems to have lost control of the narrative. What’s happening?!?

-This interview between Denzel Washington and Michael B Jordan is a delight. (“How old are you?” “31.” “Man, I got underwear older than that.”) Also, I find it super refreshing for a young actor like Jordan to talk about strategy and wanting to break into international markets.

-Four decades later there was an arrest in the Golden State Killer case, which was based on renewed interest in the case thanks to the book written by Michelle McNamara, true crime writer and Patton Oswalt‘s late wife.

Danai Gurira stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show to talk Infinity War and shot down talk that an all-female Avengers is in the works. “I think it is a rumor, but the cool thing is that it’s showing there’s this hunger for that type of thing.”

-The Infinity War press tour continues to be a treasure trove of delightfulness. I especially like the interview combo of Letitia Wright, Sebastian Stan and Tom Hiddleston. Letitia taught them how to Milly Rock, and Tom schooled them on the origins of the slang term “stan”.

Allison Mack attempted to recruit several actresses for NXIVM – including Emma Watson and Rashida Jones.

-I missed these photos earlier of Damian Lewis as Rob Ford. I wish I still missed them.

-Despite the backlash, Joss Whedon still thinks his leaked Wonder Woman script was “great.”

Clayne Crawford tried to explain away his Lethal Weapon reprimands. It’s interesting that his costars/crew don’t seem to be piping up to publicly defend or support him, isn’t it? Deadline is even reporting that he and co-lead Damon Wayans have “stopped speaking to each other.

-Man, the more I read about the Universal FanCon fiasco the angrier I get.

-Life imitates art for Kevin Hart in J Cole’s new music video.

-The Ocean 8 cast’s appearance at CinemaCon has me REALLY excited for the upcoming press tour.

-Speaking of CinemaCon, people lost their poo over the trailer for Bradley Cooper‘s A Star Is Born, starring Lady Gaga.

Hank Azaria opened up about the fate of Apu on Colbert: ‘I’m perfectly willing and happy to step aside.’

Alia Shawkat has spoken out in support of the victims who have accused her Arrested Development costar Jeffrey Tambor of sexual harassment on the set of Transparent. “I’m an actor, I worked with him. It’s not about sharing my personal opinion of him…What those victims said needs to be heard just as much.”

-Bless Jezebel for posting all of the Time 100 gala looks in one place.

-Jessica Chastain plays a painter who becomes embroiled in the Lakota peoples’ struggle over the rights to their land in the Woman Walks Ahead trailer.