Regina Hall turned 50 today and she decided to make this. LMAO i love her 😭😭 pic.twitter.com/bGGupmFin1
— chu (@chuuzus) December 12, 2020
–Regina Hall turned 50 and celebrated by posting a hilarious song about it.
–More details from FKA twigs‘s lawsuit against Shia LaBeouf have emerged, and her accusations are chilling. She says when filming The Tax Collector, he got so into his gangster character he drove around Los Angeles, shooting stray dogs dead so that he could get into the “mindset” of a killer.
She claims he also demanded she sleep naked and forced her to watch documentaries about murdered women before going to bed. He apparently was paranoid and suffered recurring delusions about gang members breaking into his home, so he slept with a loaded rifle at their bedside, but insisted on keeping the front door unlocked. She also says he would count the number of kisses she’d give him on any given day, and berate her if it wasn’t enough, and he knowingly infected her with an STD. Meanwhile, rumors surrounding LaBeouf’s alleged domestic violence have existed for years.
-Also, Sia tweeted her support for FKA twigs and said ‘pathological liar’ Shia LaBeouf ‘conned’ her into an ‘adulterous relationship.’“I’m sorry @Sia. This reinforces why I had to publicly share my experience. we need to support each other,” FKA responded.
–George Clooney says he’s barely left his home since March because he’s worried about his 3-year-old asthmatic son and offers the understatement of 2020: “It’s been a crappy year”
-Once again Hollywood is proving that the world is a much different place than when I was in high school: Chris Pine is currently in talks to star in the film adaptation of Dungeons & Dragons.
–Meghan Markle has made her first private investment — a company that counts Oprah amongst its fans.
–Snoop Dogg doesn’t agree with Cardi B’s “Wap,” and says women should have privacy and leave things to the imagination. This is the guy whose debut album was called Doggystyle, right?!
–Janelle Monae wants to work with the Nolan brothers. Maybe? It’s confusing.
-Say what you will about Christopher Nolan‘s stance on the Warner movies streaming on HBO Max, but he’s not wrong when he talks about how the new deal screws over unions.
-This is a very good recap of the best TV of the year. 2020 feels so long that I forgot most of these gems aired this year. Bojack Horseman’s series finale feels like decades ago.
–Dolly Parton saved her 9-year-old Netflix movie co-star from an oncoming car. Is there nothing she can’t do??!
–Charley Pride passed away from complications due to covid over the weekend — one month after he attended the CMA Awards, which were much criticized for being held maskless inside and not appearing safe. Producers of the show have since responded to the backlash and say they followed protocols.
–Ashanti had to postpone her Verzuz battle with Keyshia Cole after she tested positive for Covid-19. This came as no surprise to anyone who’s been following her travelogues on social media.
–Dakota Johnson was seen wearing what looks like an engagement ring.
–Nancy Meyers says she’s done making movies because they went from stressful but fun to just stressful. “Once superhero movies really became the only movie studios cared about, the experience of making a movie like mine changed. I remember when I finished The Intern, I thought, ‘I think this is it.'”
-The Office is coming to Peacock streaming in January, and they’re making the first two seasons free plus adding new footage from the show.
–Taylor Swift released the “dancing witch version of Willow,” remixed by Elvira.
–Will Ferrell and Zooey Deschanel reunited for a live script reading of Elf to raise money for the Democratic Party of Georgia.
-Good news for Canadians: we’ll be able to legally watch Wonder Woman 1984 on Christmas Day like the US. Rental is $29.99 on VOD.
-Speaking of Christmas Day releases, the full Bridgerton trailer has arrived, and Shonda Rhimes adaptation of the romance novels for Netflix looks like everything I’ve ever wanted!