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Jenna Dewan-Tatum Talks Marriage to Channing


Jenna Dewan-Tatum opens up about her marriage to Channing Tatum in her new Redbook interview, talking about trying to find time to be together despite their schedules and bristling at questions about how she keeps the relationship fresh (“I hate that question. I’m like, ‘No. Why is it for your man? I do things to keep it fresh for myself.'”)

Charlize Theron would like Vin Diesel to stop telling everyone that she loved their onscreen kiss. “I just don’t get it. He’s literally going around saying that I had the best time of my life” she said before adding “I like a little more movement in my men.”

-A new Lorde album means new Lorde interviews, which are always a hoot. In her NYT profile, she talks about her love for Katy Perry’s “Teenage Dream,” saying “There’s this sadness about it, where you feel young listening to it, but you feel impermanence at the same time…There’s something holy about it.”

-Speaking of Katy, Orlando Bloom insists he and Katy Perry are still friends but added “it’s between us” so maybe stop asking.

Shia LaBeouf will spend a month alone in a Finland cabin for an art project. Do you think that sometimes James Franco reads this stuff and then needs a hug?

Jaden Smith had to cut his hair for a new role — so he let dad Will do the honours.

-If you announce that a big guest star is returning for your season finale, and then said guest star vehemently denies in on Twitter, is it still happening? Welcome to the mess that is Arrow bts.

Lea Michele admits that she watches old episodes of Glee alone. Of course she does.

Tig Notaro has spoken out about that SNL skit featuring Louis C.K. that bears a striking resemblance to her own.

Nelly Furtado split from her husband after eight years of marriage — and she managed to keep it under wraps for almost a year.

Angelina Jolie reportedly made an offer on Cecil B. DeMille’s historic Hollywood home.

-In her new Women’s Health cover story, Vanessa Hudgens breaks down how she dropped 10 lbs in only a month. That seems like too much.

Jude Law is Hollywood’s new go-to guy for “young” these days: young pope, young Dumbledore.

Sylvester Stallone is suing Warner Bros for fraud and “dishonesty” surrounding the profits of Demolition Man. Major stars don’t just sue movie studios so this must have been a long and messy fight.

-Oscar winner Michel Gondry‘s directorial genius is now being used to sell yogurt.

-Aww crap, Charlie Murphy has died at 57.

-You can watch the first few minutes of the season premiere of Orange Is The New Black, which picks up right where season 4 left off.

-The Path has been renewed for season 3. I’m happy for Aaron Paul, but I don’t know a single soul who’s still watching that show.

-The trailer for Thor: Raganarok, which debuted on Monday, was viewed 127.6 million times in its first 24 hours, making it Disney’s most-viewed trailer ever.

Kathryn Hahn tries to get several degrees closer to Kevin Bacon in the trailer for the new show I Love Dick.

-Watch John Boyega navigate the mean streets of Detroit in Kathryn Bigelow’s new crime drama set during the 1967 riots.

Scarlett Johansson Is “Disappointed” by Ivanka Trump

Scarlett Johansson is calling out Ivanka Trump: “You can’t have it both ways. If you take a job as a public advocate, then you must advocate publicly.”

-Meanwhile, she stepped out with her estranged hubby last night.

-According to Us Weekly, Brad Pitt “smouldered” on the Lost City of Z premiere red carpet. I don’t think that word means what they think it does.

Stephen Colbert had a very good opening monologue last night.

-The MTV Movie Awards have opened up the categories to TV, and it’s making the nominations really odd. Moonlight is competing against This Is Us for Best Tearjerker, while Best Hero pits Hidden Figures’ Taraji P. Henson against the stars of Arrow and The Flash. I do like that the gender divisions have been eliminated. When you’re making up awards, it’s a cool way to make them mean something.

-One of the Survivor tribes actually killed and ate a goat? Simmer down, guys. You’re on TV.

Shia LaBeouf had a meltdown at a bowling alley. Who hasn’t, really?

-This is a great profile on Carrie Coon, Leftovers’ breakout star and Fargo’s new leading lady.

Taran Killam doesn’t have many nice memories from Donald Trump’s SNL hosting stint last year. “What you see is what you get with him, really. I mean, there was no big reveal. He struggled to read at the table read, which did not give many of us great confidence. Didn’t get the jokes, really. He’s just a man who seems to be powered by bluster.”

-Looks like we might be getting a writers strike on May 2 if a deal not reached. If it happens, all writing for TV, films and streaming series will cease. Just pay the writers, Hollywood.

Dwayne Johnson photobombed fans at Universal Studios and made a grown ass man cry.

-Will and Grace hasn’t even returned yet, and NBC has already ordered more of it.

Alec Baldwin says his editors at Harper Collins missed typos in his memoir, so he’ll be releasing corrections and supplemental material. Bully for us.

-What it’s like to manage a celebrity’s money? Terrifying, apparently. “We try to rein them in. We go, ‘Do you really need a custom-made suit of armor for $50,000 that you’ll never wear?’ or ‘Do you really need to take care of the apartments and all the expenses of six different women in six different cities?'”

Lena Dunham and the Girls cast starred in a Golden Girls spoof on Jimmy Kimmel Live and I don’t hate it.

-Yay, the trailer for the new season of Catastrophe is here. God, I heart this show.

Samira Wiley on Her Instagram Friendship with Margaret Atwood

-This is a great interview with Samira Wiley, who talks about her Instagram relationship with Margaret Atwood and the importance of LGBT visibility.

Kerry Washington’s Glamour profile is a lot to process.

-Despite not really sharing a whole lot, Beyoncé has been deemed the most valuable celebrity on social media, according to a new report.

-Meanwhile, she just revealed more pregnancy shots in her new “Die With You” video.

-Beyond ratings and raves, Big Little Lies ended up being a major win for HBO on multiple levels. I loved the finale — and I especially loved the thoughtful articles that came out about it, whether it was about the show’s commentary on gender bias, praise for Nicole Kidman‘s career-defining performance, or an examination of the shared language women have when it comes to the threat of men.

-Meanwhile, I’m glad the director has squashed talk about there being a season 2. I don’t think there should be more Big Little Lies, but there should definitely be more shows like it. There are a lot of different stories about women left to tell. I mean, I’m intrigued by Prison Break’s return and will probably watch tonight’s premiere, but do we really *need* to revisit that story?

-Speaking of tonight’s returning TV, I totally forgot iZombie was coming back! The reviews are, unsurprisingly, great.

-Wait, so Daniel Craig is back as Bond? Yawn.

-It was a good news/bad news kind of day for Shia LaBeouf. The good news:  those assault and harassment charges from a January altercation in NYC have been dropped. The bad news: his latest movies sold only one ticket at the UK box office.

Drake not only saved the British series Top Boy from cancellation by buying the rights, but now he plans to star in it!

-Netflix’s first teaser for The Defenders dropped, as did the show’s release date: August 18.

-Marvel’s VP blamed women and diversity for their comic book sales slump and not the fact that, I don’t know, they turned beloved superheroes into Nazis.

No, Kendall Jenner. Just…no.

Mel B requested a restraining order against her estranged husband, and her allegations of his abusive behaviour are terrifying.

-In a new essay, the creator of Smash details her firing and the amount of rampant misogyny in typical TV writers rooms. “The guys would sit around and pitch stories, and then write everything down in great detail on little white cards. Whenever a scene with female characters showed up they would write a card that said, “girl scene here.’ ”

-So Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx are still a thing, huh?

-I really like this piece on how Ghost in the Shell proves that Hollywood should listen to Twitter once in a while. Same could have been said about Iron Fist.

-The creator and designer of Daria drew what the characters would look like today.

Aubrey Plaza obsesses over Elizabeth Olsen in the red-band trailer for Ingrid Goes West, which got raves at Sundance.