Wait, a second! Is Justin Theroux cheating on his rumored girlfriend (Emma) with another rumored girlfriend (Sienna)? Or maybe Justin Theroux just has a lot of female friends. WHEN DID THAT BECOME A CRIME? (Lainey)
Meanwhile, there’s nothing to the rumors about David and Victoria’s impending divorce. It’s all “Chinese whispers” and “fake social media news.” (What is a “Chinese whisper,” and does Emma Stone have something to do with this, too?) (Celebitchy)
Well, if you ever wanted to see Oliver Hudson’s package, here’s your damn chance. (Dlisted)
“This is very, ‘DO NOT TYPECAST ME.’” The Fug Girls on this Elisabeth Moss fuck-you dress. (GFY)
It was a huge week for trailers, but we missed First Man, which features Ryan Gosling as Neil Armstrong. Lotsa folks saying it was the best trailer of the week, but I dunno, y’all. I mean, 1) we know how it ends, and 2) it’s not going to quiet the rumors that the first moon walk was staged. (The Mary Sue)
Shonda Rhimes has set her first series for Netflix. It’s based on a New Yorker article about a real person, and it sounds promising as hell. (Shadow and Act)
In case you need to know, here’s how you erase the recordings from your smart speakers. (PopSci)
Clearly, the only takeaway any of us will take from this photo is, “Who still smokes in bed?”
Keegan is married!
Best. Day. Ever. pic.twitter.com/6PPb1H5yx5— Keegan-Michael Key (@KeeganMKey) June 9, 2018
Genuinely, this is why I avoid film twitter.
Jeffrey Wells angrily stormed out of THE INCREDIBLES 2 35 minutes into the film. It was awesome.— DrewMcWeeny (@DrewMcWeeny) June 9, 2018
Bloated buffalo Drew McWeeny was tickled pink by "Incredibles 2." He was hee-hee-ing and whoo-hah-ing at the more obvious bits. I almost turned around and gave him the stink-eye. And then McWeeny puts me down for having the character to leave at 45-minute mark. Turd.— Hollywood Elsewhere (@wellshwood) June 9, 2018
Vince Vaughn is drunk and belligerent and resisting arrest but looks great in his mugshot. (THR)
Cannonballers who read Romance have said for years that Courtney Milan is the best romance writer working today. Alwaysanswerb tackles her latest release, After the Wedding, and explores what it is about Milan that puts her on a different level. "She explores the sophisticated milieu of how relationships between men and women … are impacted by the various forces of their cultures and how they grow and survive together by identifying and fighting those harmful agents." Have you read Courtney Milan yet? (Cannonball Read 10)
Finally, I leave you all with Anderson Cooper’s terrific tribute to his friend, Anthony Bourdain, who — as several clips in this tribute show — often foisted food onto Cooper with which he was hilariously uncomfortable.