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Christopher Meloni Gets Cheeky

Christopher Meloni knows about that viral photo of his butt; doesn’t seem to mind.

David Harbour made went live from the Stranger Things set and Millie Bobby Brown made a cameo — and then told him to get back to work.

Charlyne Yi called out James Franco‘s “feminist” peers (including Seth Rogen) for not holding him accountable.

Gal Gadot made a brief statement about her issues with Joss Whedon on Justice League: “I had my issues with and Warner Bros handled it in a timely manner.” God, what happened on that set?

-If the Kardashian PR machine put as much effort into defeating vaccine hesitancy as they did in getting all major platforms to delete a slightly unflattering photo of KhloĂ©, we’d have herd immunity by next week.

-She posted why she wanted the the photo removed. Which is totally her prerogative, but her “bad” pic is what I aspire to.

Tom Holland will star in an Apple TV mental health anthology called The Crowded Room about the first person ever acquitted of crime because of Dissociative Identity Disorder.

Sharon Osbourne still doesn’t know when to quit.

-Same with Piers Morgan.

Henry Cavill is dating a Canadian environmental scientist — but most importantly, she’s not a teenager!

-Wait, there are TWO reboots of Queer as Folk in the works?

-The Other Two is filming season two, which is expected this summer and I’m so happy.

-I really liked this piece about Lin-Manuel Miranda and Jon M. Chu making In the Heights.

-The photos of Lady Gaga and Adam Driver on the set of their Gucci movie continue to give me life.

-The long-delayed Woman in the Window just got a new trailer. It hits Netflix on May 14.

Elliot Page Covers Time

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-In Times’ excellent new cover story, Elliot Page talks about the reaction to coming out as trans (“What I was anticipating was a lot of support and love and a massive amount of hatred and transphobia. That’s essentially what happened”), how the pandemic helped him go public (“I had a lot of time on my own to really focus on things that I think, in so many ways, unconsciously, I was avoiding”), and why he chose the name Elliot (“I loved E.T. when I was a kid and always wanted to look like the boys in the movies, right?”).

-The Talk has extended its hiatus as more allegations are being leveled against Sharon Osbourne — like journalist Yashar Ali‘s Substack detailing claims of racist language on set — including allegations that she frequently referred to cohost Julie Chen as ‘wonton’ and ‘slanty eyes,’ which original panelist Leah Remini confirmed to him.

Gayle King says she spoke to Prince Harry this week, and he told her that he finally spoke to William and Charles but it was “not a productive” talk. He also said no one in the family has spoken to Meghan since the interview.

A-Rod flew to the Dominican Republic, where Jennifer Lopez is currently shooting a movie.

-Did Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom get married, or do they just like shiny things?

Keanu Reeves and Alexandra Grant: still together, still adorable.

-Are we going to get to see the full episode of James McAvoy on Great British Bakeoff, because this 3-minute clip was not nearly enough.

Maya Rudolph is hosting SNL on March 27, while Daniel Kaluuya and Carey Mulligan are on tap in April.

-Photos from the set of House of Gucci continue to be a trip. Here’s what Jared Leto looks like in it.

-The Hollywood Foreign Press Association reportedly denied requests to hold press conferences for major projects with Black-led casts in recent years, including Bridgerton, Girls Trip and Queen & Slim. Not surprisingly, none of those projects were nominated for Golden Globes.

Rian Johnson‘s first TV series will be a mystery show starring Natasha Lyonne.

-Here’s the trailer for Ed Helms’ new Peacock comedy Rutherford Falls.

Idris Elba stars in the trailer for Netflix’s Concrete Cowboy, which I saw a few months ago and think I liked but have completely forgotten it.

Zendaya and John David Washington’s Old-School Glam

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-I can’t help but wonder if Zendaya and John David Washington‘s W issue was supposed to be timed to the Oscar nominations — and Malcolm & Marie ended up with none. The photos sure are pretty though.

-I don’t think anyone guessed it’d be David Fincher’s Mank, a black and white Netflix movie about making Citizen Kane, to lead the Oscar nominations with 10 nods. (Also, despite leading the nominations — and being about screenwriting — Mank failed to score a screenplay nod.)  Weirdly, out of the eight Best Picture noms, the only ones I haven’t seen are the two easily accessible Netflix films.

-I’m shocked that Regina King didn’t make the Best Director cut for One Night in Miami. The movie didn’t score a Best Picture nod either, which is devastating.

-This is rare: Lakeith Stanfield was submitted as a lead actor candidate, but Oscar voters don’t have to follow those category suggestions — and he ended up getting more votes in the supporting actor category.

-Last night’s Grammys ceremony was so well-produced, it made the Golden Globes look even worse in retrospect.

-The show also gave us a new Beyonce meme so there’s that. Also, some more Harry Styles and Lizzo content, which is always welcome.

Tiffany Haddish found out she won a Grammy while filming Kids Say the Darnest Things and shared the clip.

-We’re going to need a tell-all just on what happened with Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez over the last three days.  There’s no way that outlets like People ran that story on Friday quoting multiple sources confirming their breakup without some serious insider knowledge. So how to explain the messy “we’re working through some things” correction/ statement on Saturday morning? Either one of them was angry enough on Friday to go to the media, or the way the subsequent break up stories were being spun didn’t sit well.

-The rumours about her getting close with new costar Lenny Kravitz are predictable and likely ridiculous but I’m into it.

-CBS put The Talk on a short hiatus while they investigate Sharon Osbourne’s comments. There’s also reports that she got Holly Robinson Peete fired from the show.

John Oliver devoted almost his entire show to demonstrate how Tucker Carlson is “the most prominent vessel in America for white supremacist talking points.”

Rita Ora didn’t show up to be a guest judge on Drag Race UK, so they replaced her with a mannequin. Think anyone noticed?

-I’m not sure I fully agree with it, but this is an interesting take on the WandaVision finale and the concept of “story karma.” Basically, viewers don’t necessarily want beloved characters who do evil to be punished — but we need to know that the show knows they *should* be punished.

Tori Spelling and Jennie Garth denied former costar Vanessa Marcil’s claims about how catty the set of Beverly Hills 90210 was.

-Bridgerton season 2 is officially filming!

Gwyneth Paltrow dismissed criticism for her covid remedies as “click-bait.” Yeah, because England’s National Health Service is really trying to plump their web traffic numbers.

Kyle Chandler is sporting an insane beard and he’s still adorable.

Joe Cornish says he and John Boyega have been bouncing around ideas for Attack the Block 2. I need it!

-Here’s the final trailer for Falcon & the Winter Soldier before it drops this weekend.

-Maybe it’s because I’m so desperate to go to the movies again, but I think the new Cruella trailer looks amazing.

-Speaking of going to the movies again, will the quick rollout of the vaccine in the US set In The Heights up for big box office success this summer?