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Ryan Gosling Talks Kids and Quarantine

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Ryan Gosling made rare comments about his family in his new British GQ interview (which was basically a big ad for his new Tag Heuer campaign). “Our kids were at a difficult age not to be able to see other kids and interact with people, even though Eva [Mendes] and I did our best.” He added that to keep the kids entertained during lockdown, the couple did “more acting in quarantine than in our films. Tougher crowd, though.”

-In a new interview, Jamie Dornan reflected on 2021, in which his father passed way. “It’s a strange thing to end the year with all this positivity — with so much praise for Belfast and a lot of good talk about The Tourist. Because on many levels it’s been the worst year of my life, and the hardest.”

Tristan Thompson apologized to Khloé Kardashian via Instagram Stories (not even a feed post!) after a paternity test proved that he did indeed father a child with someone else when they were still dating.

Pete Davidson and Kim Kardashian are in the Bahamas together.

-The Omicron hits keep coming in Hollywood. Jimmy Fallon said he and his daughters tested positive before Christmas (right before he was set to appear on SNL) but had mild symptoms, while Seth Meyers cancelled the rest of his shows this week after testing positive. And Whoopi Goldberg is missing The View this week after testing positive.

Betty White‘s agent has responded to rumours. “People are saying her death was related to getting a booster shot three days earlier, but that is not true. She died of natural causes. Her death should not be politicized — that is not the life she lived.”

Jared Leto’s Morbius has been pushed yet again and will now hit theaters in April. (Dylan O’Brien‘s sarcastic, salty response to this news made my eyebrow raise.)

-Now that a settlement between Jeffrey Epstein and a woman who sued Prince Andrew for sexual abuse has come to light, the prince’s lawyers are trying to get the case dismissed. It is not going well for him.

Patton Oswalt took to social media to explain why he posted a photo with pal Dave Chappelle. “I’m an LGBTQ ally. I’m a loyal friend. There’s friction in those traits.”

-I can’t believe that the Harry Potter reunion special (which was very charming) accidentally used a childhood photo of Emma Roberts instead of Emma Watson.

Halle Berry didn’t really get married — but she clearly wanted us to think she did.

-I really enjoyed the spoiler-filled interview with the writers for Spider-Man: No Way Home.

-Meanwhile, Spider-Man: No Way Home is on its way to becoming the 10th biggest film in history at the domestic box office with a haul of $609.9 million so far.

-Character actor David Koechner (probably best known from The Office and Anchorman) was arrested on NYE for suspected DUI and hit-and-run.

-Oof. Dr. Dre has reportedly been ordered to pay his ex $100 million in their divorce settlement.

-I missed all the drama on Twitter last week but basically Adam McKay was saying that if you don’t like Don’t Look Up (and I didn’t) you don’t care about climate change? Did I get that right?

-If you want to watch a Netflix movie that’s actually good, I liked The Lost Daughter and am fully expecting Olivia Colman to nab a nomination for it.

-I also missed the news that Kanye West bought a house across the street from Kim Kardashian. That’s…really something.

Will Arnett will be replacing Armie Hammer in Taika Waititi’s soccer comedy, Next Goal Wins.

-I loved the Insecure finale — and this interview with Issa Rae about it. (I also loved that her  PR team told her they were aiming to get her a magazine cover every month to mark the final season, and they delivered.)

-On Christmas Day, Netflix gave us a gift: the announcement that Bridgerton will return in March.

-The new trailer for The Batman features our best look at Catwoman and The Riddler yet.

Nicole Kidman and Javier Bardem Were Reluctant Ricardos


-In their THR cover story, Oscar winners Nicole Kidman and Javier Bardem revealed that they both tried to get out of Being the Ricardos a month before they were scheduled to start shooting.

-Oof, Ben Affleck is getting roasted for all the headlines pulling his quote about how his drinking came from feeling “trapped” in his marriage to Jennifer Garner. It was indeed some shitty, bullshit projecting, but he did say lots of nice things about her in that interview, too.

-Meanwhile, Affleck had a fantastic answer when asked why he thinks The Last Duel flopped at the box office. “It wasn’t one of those films that you say, ‘Oh boy, I wish my movie had worked.’ Instead, this is more due to a seismic shift that I’m seeing, and I’m having this conversation with every single person I know…One of the fundamental ways it’s changing is that the people who want to see complicated, adult, non-IP dramas are the same people who are saying to themselves, ‘You know what? I don’t need to go out to a movie theater because I’d like to pause it, go to the bathroom, finish it tomorrow.’ It’s that, along with the fact that you can watch with good quality at home.”

Keanu Reeves continues to age like a fine wine.

Will Forte and Seth Meyers went day drinking and things got really messy, really fast. (How far they take the “if you make me break, I will do a shot” bit is insane. “I cheated on my wife there!”)

-Here’s our first glimpse of Amanda Seyfried as Elizabeth Holmes in Hulu’s The Dropout.

Alan Ruck is the latest Succession costar to defend Jeremy Strong‘s New Yorker profile: “Well, this is what I think. I think The New Yorker came to Jeremy. They said, “We want to do a piece about you because you’re a wonderful actor and you have this eccentric way of preparing. We think that’s a good story. You want to do it?” And he said, “Yeah,” and he said, “Yes, I do do all those things. I do whatever it takes to bring a character to life”…That’s what he believes he needs to do to get himself into his zone so he can deliver his best work. And does that make him crazy? No. Does that make him a better actor? Well, he thinks it does, but there’s a lot of other actors who are just as good who don’t do that…So I didn’t think that piece was a hit piece. Some people said, “Oh, it was an attack on Jeremy.” I didn’t think that at all. I mean, they laid out these facts. So, this is what this guy does and this is how he prepares, and this is what he’s like on set.”

-Meanwhile, I love this thread on Shiv’s outfits this season. Ever since she left politics and tried to join the corporate world, everything she wears is just a smidge ill-fitting.

-Pitch Perfect’s Adam Devine married Chloe Bridges in Cabo and Vogue has the photos (that kissing one is shockingly awkward). Rebel Wilson and Devine’s Workaholics co-stars Blake Anderson and Anders Holm attended.

-The Good Place’s Manny Jacinto is flaunting it in Flaunt Magazine.

-I’m bummed that Guillermo del Toro’s latest Oscar contender Nightmare Alley with Cate Blanchett and Bradley Cooper isn’t getting better reviews.

-If you’re in any way interested in superhero movies, avoid YouTube’s homepage today because there’s a video that very clearly spoils Spider-Man: No Way Home.

The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent trailer stars Nicolas Cage as himself and Pedro Pascal as a wealthy fan.

Lindsay Lohan Is Engaged

-Congrats to Lindsay Lohan, who’s engaged to boyfriend Bader Shammas. They’ve been dating since at least last year.

-Texans can breathe a sigh of relief: Matthew McConaughey has decided not to run for governor.  Prob for the best; he recently did a NYT interview with Kara Swisher and when she asked him about voter suppression, he had no idea what she was talking about.

-Nooooo! Tiffany Haddish and Common have reportedly called it quits after a year of dating.

-Insecure’s Natasha Rothwell talked about the rough time she had in the SNL writers’ room, and how she had to raise her hand and ask to speak. Interestingly, the head writer during her tenure would have been Colin Jost.

-Of course Kevin Hart is defending Dave Chappelle. Of course he is.

-HBO Max has announced a third Magic Mike movie with Channing Tatum and Steven Soderbergh. Hmmm. The first MM film (which Soderbergh directed) got better reviews, but I will ride hard for Magic Mike XXL, which he wasn’t involved with. I want a sequel to that one.

-In news that will surprise no one, Tom Holland is set to return for more Spider-Man movies after this one.

-A lot of people are watching Disney+’s Hawkeye — just not all of them are doing it legally.

-According to a new book, Prince Charles is the one who asked about baby Archie’s skin tone. (He’s denying it.)

Eliza Dushku talked to Harpers Bazaar about how a ‘forced arbitration clause’ in her Bull contract prevented her from taking a sexual harassment case against CBS to court.

-No one is doing thirst traps as well as Elliot Page these days.

Tom Ford had some harsh words for House of Gucci. I mean, I saw Nocturnal Animals and I’m not sure he’s should judge.

Jesse Plemons says that people called him “Meth Damon” after he starred on Breaking Bad, and that’s both cruel and perfect.

-I started watching the new HBO show from Mindy Kaling called Sex Lives of College Girls and it’s great. There’s one actress in particular who’s blowing everyone else away so I looked her up — and it turns out she’s Timothée Chalamet’s sister.

Madonna somehow linked Instagram censoring her nipple to the genocide of indigenous people. As you do.

Bad Bunny turned 27 this year and is all about introspection in his new Vulture profile.

Seth Meyers revealed and his wife, Alexi Ashe, recently welcomed their third child, a baby girl.

Ryan Reynolds is urging fans to help BC flood victims.

-Meanwhile, Canada honoured him with a Governor General’s Award and he was serenaded by BNL’s Steven Page.

Catherine O’Hara also received a Governor General’s Award, and her Schitt’s Creek costar Noah Reid serenaded her — while paying tribute to her character’s wigs.

Nina Dobrev and Abigail Cowen star in the trailer for Redeeming Love.