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Tom Hiddleston

Our First Look at The Flash, Supergirl Musical Crossover


-These photos from The Flash/Supergirl musical crossover have me excited even though I’ve cooled on TF. I always forget the guy who plays Winn is a legit Broadway star (which is weird because I’ve seen The Last Five Years a bunch, but he doesn’t even seem like the same person in that).  Also, this episode is going to make me ‘ship Barry and Kara, which is probably the opposite of the point. Oopsie!

Tom Hiddleston asked “what should I regret?” when questioned about his romance with Taylor Swift. The tank top, Tom. The correct answer is always the tank top.

George Michael‘s cause of death has been released: he died of natural causes due to liver and heart disease.

Michelle Yeoh will star as Eleanor Young in Crazy Rich Asians. I’m really liking how this adaptation is shaping up so far.

-Can you imagine any other actor getting this into their ADR? Bless Hugh Jackman.

-I liked this article on how “stepping out” — a phrase describing nothing at all — took over celebrity gossip.  Now do one on “shows off” (as in “Actress shows off her baby bump!”) and “canoodling”!

-CW just renewed Riverdale, which I’m increasingly liking (especially when it leans into the ridiculous mystery). The only issue? Archie is dead weight. He’s the new Dawson.

-A new Fleet Foxes song? Yeah, I’ll take that.

-Costars who work out together stay together? (Also, watching Stephen Amell struggle to stay on the stability ball makes me feel better about falling off one last week and landing on my face…)

-Even Milo Ventimiglia doesn’t think there needs to be more Gilmore Girls episodes.

-I love this article on the five things you probably missed when watching Get Out.

-Lainey has more photos of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at their friend’s wedding.

Emma Watson revealed that she used to ruin tons of takes on the Harry Potter movies because she couldn’t stop mouthing her costars’ lines.

Tom Hiddleston Talks About the Taylor Swift Tank Top. A Lot.


-There are certain profile writers that are so good, you know you’re going to love the article the second you see their byline. Taffy Brodesser-Akner is one of those people. Her Tom Ford profile slayed me, and now she’s back again with a GQ cover story on Tom Hiddleston. She asks him about the infamous Taylor Swift tank top, and her asides are even better than his response. (He is definitely, without a doubt, someone who would put on an “I ♥ T.S.” tank top, both to protect a scratch from sun damage and to make his new friends laugh while th—wait, sorry, he’s still talking…He still isn’t looking at me. The last piece of my steak is now poised on his fork in mid-air. He is so sad, and I can’t take it anymore, so I put my hand on his and I say, “Tom, Tom, it’s okay. You don’t have to talk about the tank top anymore. I got it. I understand. I’ll tell the world.” But he can’t stop talking about it. He literally cannot stop talking about it.)  Perfection. Go read/devour the whole thing.

Chrissy Teigen was in a car accident but she’s already tweet-joking about it so it’s all good.

Justin Timberlake‘s THR cover story is all kinds of insufferable. I especially like the part where he talks about *NSYNC ending: “I felt like I cared more about the music than some of the other people in the group.”

-Ah boo. Chris Evans and Jenny Slate have split.

George Lopez called a woman a “bitch” after she wouldn’t put up with a racial joke in his act. Swell.

Jay Z and Chris Martin’s bromance game is still strong.

-This is very cute: Milo Ventimiglia was shooting This Is Us on location and he saw through a window that a neighbor was watching the show, so he knocked on their door.

Janelle Monáe teaches us to how to tie a Windsor-knot like a boss.

-If Feud’s opening credits are any indication, this show is going to be so, so good. (I can’t wait for this show. Did you know that when Bette Davis was nominated for an Oscar, Joan Crawford sent letters to all the other nominees in that category saying that in case they couldn’t make the awards ceremony, she’d gladly be there to accept for them? And then she did!)

Kate McKinnon is ready to climb on the Magic School Bus as Miss Frizzle, which is pretty brilliant casting.

-Legion premieres tonight! I hope it lives up to all the raves it’s getting.

Jack Nicholson and Kristen Wiig are set to star in a remake of Toni Erdmann. This…seems like a mistake.

-I caught up with Jane the Virgin, which was a total gut punch — but so good for the show.

-Netflix’s new show Girlboss is supposed to be amazing, but this promo of a dancing Britt Robertson isn’t really selling me on it.

Selena Gomez talked about her “difficult time” while working on Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why.

-With a new 15-second teaser, Netflix announced Orange Is the New Black’s premiere will be on June 9.

Channing Tatum is launching a vodka line because he wants to “cause a little havoc.”

Sofia Coppola’s The Beguiled starring Colin Farrell, Nicole Kidman, Kirsten Dunst, and Elle Fanning gets an absolutely stunning first trailer.

Kaley Cuoco Admits to Nose, Boob Job


***NOTE: I need to go someplace warm and veg by a pool for a few days. I’ll be back next week!***

-In a new magazine interview, Kaley Cuoco readily admits that she’s had her nose and breasts done and it’s … weirdly refreshing? That’s where I am with celebrities at this point: pleasantly surprised when they’re not lying their faces off. Sigh.

-Surprise! Nick Cannon confirmed he’s expecting a baby with his ex-girlfriend Brittany Bell.

Drake‘s crush on sports reporter Doris Burke might be my new favourite thing. “Dinner at my house anytime. As long as she comes alone.”

-Damn, Tom Hiddleston. When you have to dress up in an ape suit to hype your new movie, that’s probably not a good sign.

-Twist! The creator of Gilmore Girls just revealed that Luke was originally written to be a female character.

Eddie Redmayne says he auditioned for Les Miserables with Taylor Swift and she was “extraordinary.” But not extraordinary enough to get cast, I guess…

Isla Fisher poked fun of the fact that no one can tell her apart from Amy Adams by pasting Amy’s face over hers on her family holiday card.

-This is a good look at the strange disappearance of Ed, the wonderful charmbomb of a show that time forgot. Now excuse me while I go and rewatch Ed and Carol’s wedding in the finale. *sob*

-Yay! Another new Childish Gambino song has dropped. It’s Prince-y.

-I really liked this conversation between Sarah Jessica Parker, Julianna Margulies and Chelsea Handler about girl breakups. I’m not sure I agree with Margulies that women are more emotional than men. I just think that sometimes female friendships run deeper, but we don’t talk about them or analyze them like we do our relationships, so when shit goes sideways it knocks us down hard.

-This article on how TV is entering film territory when it comes to actor (and showrunner) paydays is nuts. Robert De Niro is getting $750,000 per episode for an upcoming Amazon series, while Meryl Streep is scoring $850k per episode of JJ Abrams’ The Nix, which doesn’t even have a network attached yet.

-Good dress on Nicole Kidman here.

-The international trailer for La La Land has arrived. Also, they released Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone’s duet, which was in my head on repeat for weeks after seeing that movie.

-Oh yeah, The Affair returns this weekend. I really liked last season — and then promptly forgot all about it.

Jessica Chastain hides people from Nazis in her giant zoo in the new trailer for The Zookeeper’s Wife.