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Aaron Paul Breaks Bad Again

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-In the new THR cover story, Aaron Paul explains why he agreed to a Breaking Bad movie despite his fears of messing with the series’ perfect legacy: “I’m like everybody else on the planet — I think Vince [Gilligan] and the rest of the writers really nailed the landing with the ending of Breaking Bad, and why mess with that? But it’s Vince we’re talking about. I would follow Vince into a fire. That’s how much I trust the man. I would do anything that he asked me to.”

Jennifer Lawrence and Cooke Maroney were spotted at New York City’s marriage bureau on Monday — where they were seen with two security guards, a photographer and another friend — sparking rumours that they got married.

Kevin Spacey‘s accuser has died in the midst of his sexual assault lawsuit. The late accuser’s lawyer released a statement, slamming Spacey for publicly announcing the death before the family was ready.

-In her new Rolling Stone cover story, Taylor Swift once again revisits her feud with Kanye West.

-In a Today show interview that ran Wednesday, Celine Dion revealed that she is still mourning her mentor-turned-husband René Angélil, who died in 2016. “I’m very lucky and happy to have so many people in my surrounding to make me — they make me laugh, but I miss to be touched. I miss to be hugged. I missed to be told, ‘You’re beautiful.’ I miss what a boyfriend and I miss what a husband would do.”

Aaron Carter has fired back after brother Nick took out a restraining order against him: “We’re done for life.”

-The Navy confirmed that the UFO videos posted by the organization founded by Blink 182 rocker Tom DeLonge are real and should not have been released.

-It’s a big day for Blink-182 news. DeLonge is divorcing his wife of 18 years.

-On her talk show, Kelly Clarkson staged an American Idol reunion with guests Simon Cowell, Paula Abdul, Randy Jackson and Justin Guarini.

Tekashi 6ix9ine is testifying against two former fellow gang members in a Manhattan federal court trial today, and Snoop Dogg called him a snitch because of it.

-I’m glad that Lizzo recognized that putting a delivery person from Postmates on blast on Twitter to her nearly 1M followers was a dumb and dangerous thing to do. I hate hate hate when famous people sic their followers on service people who are just trying to do their jobs (looking at you, dude from Supernatural).

Jonathan Scott and Zooey Deschanel got together after they bonded on the set of Carpool Karaoke over their shared love of music.

-If someone told me that an actor confessed he and his wife are swingers in a revealing interview with Playboy, I could never have guessed it’d be the mousey guy from Silicon Valley.

Britney Spears was granted a new conservator earlier this month and Britney’s mom is already asking a judge to remove her.

-I had no idea that Melanie Lynskey and Jason Ritter were together, but her tweet about his dad, the late great John Ritter, is so so sweet.

-I love how out in the open Joe Manganiello is about his nerdom. I remember listening to a podcast once where he talked extensively about his Dungeons and Dragons expeditions.

-Todd Haynes returns with Dark Waters, a corporate thriller starring Mark Ruffalo as a tenacious attorney who connects a growing number of unexplained deaths to one the world’s largest chemical corporations. Anne Hathaway plays his wife.

Lana Condor Talks About Her True Love — And It’s Not Noah Centineo

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-In her new Cosmo cover storyLana Condor admits she and Noah Centineo did nothing to stop those romance rumours, despite her having a longtime live-in boyfriend. But I wonder how much that was encouraged by Netflix during TATBILB’s press tour?

-Congrats to Jennifer Lawrence, who’s reportedly engaged to art gallery rep Cooke Maroney.

Bradley Cooper was refreshingly candid when he talked to Oprah about being “embarrassed” by his Oscar snub for Best Director. “I felt embarrassed that I didn’t do my part. I’ll work on that. I went, ‘Oh, gosh. I didn’t do my job.'”

-The Walking Dead has been renewed for Season 10, but there is a chance Danai Gurira may not return as negotiations have become more complicated since she became a superstar thanks to Black Panther. Meanwhile, Norman Reedus becomes No. 1 on the callsheet with a reported paycheck of $350,000 per episode on top of additional guarantees and advances in a deal that sources say could be worth anywhere from $50 million to $90 million. (That guy also hits the lucrative con circuit hard so he’s pretty much flush.)

In the new issue of British GQ, Armie Hammer (who might be Hollywood’s worst tweeter — discuss!) stands by his tweets that criticized celebrities’ selfie tributes to the late Stan Lee.

Hugh Jackman accidentally restarted his fake feud with ‘total f—ing a–hole’ Ryan Reynolds.

-Avengers: Endgame might clock in at 3 hours. Dear god.

Jennifer Lopez is performing a Motown tribute at the Grammys and people are not happy.

-I’ve been reading a bit of backlash about the third season of The Good Place and I just don’t get it. Yeah, the Earth-bound stuff wasn’t great and I’m not totally shipping Eleanor and Chidi (and I ship everyone!) but this was also the season that gave us the Jeremy Bearimy episode so I have no complaints.

-Just eat the damn pizza, Drew Barrymore.

-Here’s our first look at the Four Weddings and a Funeral reunion for Red Nose Day.

-Speaking of first looks, HBO just released a bunch of photos from Game of Thrones’ final season. I feel like I’m going to love Sansa this season.

-People’s cover story gives good press to Meghan Markle (which she can use after the trashing she’s getting in the British press — there was a headline yesterday about her being the cause of Harry’s baldness). People’s story has some new scoop, including how she leans on her faith and how everything went down with her father during the wedding.

Ed Westwick (who was accused by three women of sexual assault but prosecutors did not pursue charges) just landed a new gig. These men are Teflon.

-EW is doing a bunch of romcom retrospectives in time for Valentine’s Day. I’m not sure anyone needs a fond look back at He’s Just Not That Into You, but I really liked this piece about Zooey Deschanel and Joseph Gordon-Levitt getting together to re-watch (500) Days of Summer 10 years later.

-Celebs are getting in on the #FuckFuckJerry action and calling on people to unfollow their accounts.

-Here’s the first trailer for The Sun Is Also a Star. This book is on my bedside table and it’s one of two (alongside The Hating Game) that I pick up whenever I’m down because I can flip to a random page and it just brings the happy. So trust me when I say I do NOT want them to screw up this movie — and this trailer has me hopeful that they won’t. Yara Shahidi looks perfect; I’m less convinced about the Riverdale guy but I’ll give him a chance.

Sophie Turner Denies Using N-Word in Instagram Video

-Game of Thrones’ Sophie Turner should not say the n-word. Especially not when there’s a camera pointed at her. But pretty much just never. (She claims she didn’t say it, and says she was actually saying “motherf***er.”)

-Congrats to Zooey Deschanel, who welcomed a baby boy with husband Jacob Pechenik. They gave him a surprisingly non-twee name: Charlie.

Lil Bow Wow just got caught in a lie about flying on a private plane and this is the best use of the internet ever.

Lena Dunham blasted Us Weekly for praising her weight loss, since said weight loss was due to a medical issue.

-The trailer for Orange Is The New Black looks intense. I’m really digging the premise of the new season: it all unfolds real time over three days.

Nicole Kidman was on Ellen today and demonstrated to the world that she does indeed know how to clap.

Max Landis keeps saying stupid shit and getting called out for it. (The comments on that article made my day.)

Prince Harry’s buddy Usain Bolt weighed in on Meghan Markle, saying “She’s definitely a nice girl.” We all know that , Usain. Give us the dirt already!

-Planet of the Apes star Estella Warren was arrested for domestic violence over the weekend when she reportedly threw cleaning liquid at her boyfriend during an argument.

-Yesterday, everyone was gushing over Tom Holland‘s performance on Lip Sync Battle , but don’t sleep on his Spider-Man costar Zendaya doing Bruno Mars.

Simone Biles just gave the best “don’t tell me to smile” clapback ever.

-In yet another example of whitewashing, Shameless’s Zach McGowan has been cast to play Hawaiian native Ben Kanahele in the upcoming film Ni’ihau. Because Hollywood apparently forgot about Jason Momoa?

-Just 13 months after it ended its 15-season run on Fox, American Idol is heading to ABC.  This feels way, way too soon.

Frequency and No Tomorrow are the first CW shows in years to not make it to a second season. Meanwhile, NBC renewed Taken even though no it basically got no ratings or buzz. I’m guessing this doesn’t bode well for Timeless.

Richard Simmons is suing the National Enquirer over a “cruel” sex-change story, saying says he has “a legal right to insist that he not be portrayed as someone he is not.”

-Speaking of lawsuits, Demi Moore is being sued over the death of a man who drowned in her pool in 2015.

Jimmy Kimmel fake apologized for saying all kids should have access to health care.

-Mo Ryan’s Variety piece on Twin Peaks is stunning — even though it doesn’t reveal much about the revival. One interesting tidbit: Showtime chief David Nevins gave Lynch full creative control over the new series, recognizing that interference from the network caused the original series to derail in its second season.

-I got teary watching Anthony Edwards get teary in this video of him talking about Dr. Greene’s death on ER, which aired 15 years ago today.

The birthday cake Amal Clooney got George is intense!

Harry Styles is having a busy gossip week: he’s reportedly dating a food blogger and may have just bought a place next to ex Taylor Swift.

-Edge of Tomorrow is getting a sequel with Emily Blunt and Tom Cruise which is great because that’s an underrated action flick that was saddled with a bad name. Not so great? The sequel title is even worse: Live Die Repeat and Repeat.

-Watch Kirsten Dunst trip on weed in the Woodshock trailer.