Not sure why we’re getting a new Ant-Man movie, but the first look Ant-Man and The Wasp dropped yesterday. The Wasp’s outfit has an inverted dick and balls on it. Great design, guys. This is all I have to say about this.
In an interview with Variety, Keira Knightley sat down to talk about her new movie, Colette, but since she’s a woman, they had to ask her about the #MeToo/#TimesUp/Harvey Weinstein stuff, because I guess that’s what you have to ask every woman in Hollywood now when she wants to talk about something else. She made a few movies with The Weinstein Company and was asked if Harvey ever tried to Weinstein her.
My experience with Harvey Weinstein was always very professional. He was very good on the films we made. I was aware of his reputation of being a bully. He was famous for phoning people in the middle of the night and screaming at them. He didn’t do that to me, and he certainly never asked me for massages or anything like that. I wasn’t aware of any allegations or rape or sexual assault against him. For the first time people are sharing their stories. People have been absolutely terrified to talk about it and were scared of retribution, so I don’t think everybody knew the extent of what was going on.
Of course every woman’s experience is different, and I’m happy Keira Knightley didn’t have to suffer because of Weinstein’s fat ass, but I thought he would have better taste than this. Keira Knightley is pretty hot.
The woman Kim Kardashian and Kanye West paid to incubate their third baby just cashed her last check. I know this because she said it onher website.
January 15, 2018
Kanye and I are happy to announce the arrival of our healthy, beautiful baby girl. We are incredibly grateful to our surrogate who made our dreams come true with the greatest gift one could give and to our wonderful doctors and nurses for their special care. North and Saint are especially thrilled to welcome their baby sister.
Kim Kardashian West
Yay. Kim and Kanye have a new kid. What a gift to the world. Sorry, I meant who cares. Not sure how late I am on this, but I assume kris Jenner has already bathed in the cord blood and recited an incantation outside the E! building.
Timothee Chamalet (that’s how he spells it), who is getting Oscar buzz for his performance in Call Me By Your Name, will be seen in Woody Allen‘s upcoming A Rainy Day In New York along with Rebecca Hall. He regrets that decision now, obviously. This decision probably came after months of thought and a crisis of conscience lol jk.
Man, cool apology. One could make the case that you wouldn’t have to apologize if you didn’t accept the role in the first place. One could also make the case that you’re only making this apology to preemptively stop the 4,000 hit piece about you if you happen to win the Oscar. So…fuck off? Yeah, fuck off.
Timothee Chamalet (that’s how he spells it), who is getting Oscar buzz for his performance in Call Me By Your Name, will be seen in Woody Allen‘s upcoming A…
The last time we saw Aaron Rodgers he was sent back to the IR by the Carolina Panthers because Packers fans thought he was Jesus (SPOILER: he was not). The last time we saw Danica Patrick she was retiring from professionally crashing into walls during every race. They have now found love. Per ESPN:
Danica Patrick’s heart is racing for Aaron Rodgers. Patrick, a Chicago Bears fan, confirmed Monday she is dating the Green Bay Packers quarterback. “Yes, Aaron and I are dating,” Patrick told The Associated Press.
Wait, Danica Patrick is a Chicago Bears fans and is banging a Green Bay Packers player? Hos ain’t loyal. But I guess this kind of an upgrade from Olivia Munn. Olivia Munn seems annoying. Congrats to the happy couple.
In a Facebook post over the weekend, Eliza Dushku claims that stunt coordinator Joel Kramer (Blade Runner 2049) molested her on the set of True Lies when she was 12. I could paraphrase, but you can read the whole thing here since she wrote about the whole thing.
When I was 12 years old, while filming “True Lies”, I was sexually molested by Joel Kramer, one of Hollywood’s leading…
Well, that was pretty horrific and terrible. Shit. Not play devil’s advocate, but Kramer made a statement.
“These are outlandish, manipulated lies,” [Joel] Kramer told Deadline. “I never sexually molested her. I’m sick to my stomach. It’s not true. I think she’s making this up in her imagination. This is all lies. Lies, lies, lies. This is just crazy. I treated her like a daughter. We all looked out for her. How does a guy like me fight against something like this? I don’t know what to do. I guess I’ll have to get a lawyer and file a lawsuit against her for defamation and slander.”
This is becoming like every time Trump says something stupid and/or racist. He says something like that every day so it’s hard to have a conversation on what he just said because while you’re having it, he just said something else. But we’ve been having the “Hollywood is full of pedos” for years and nothing has been done so far, so who knows how this will turn out. Maybe Tom Hanks will be accused of sexually assaulting somebody in the meantime.
In the 90s, Woody Allen started having sex with the Korean orphan he and Mia Farrow adopted when she was 8. There’s also an entire Wikipedia page called, “Woody Allen sexual assault allegations”. But despite all this, in 2008, Rebecca Hall was in Woody Allen’s Vicky Cristina Barcelona. In 2018, Rebecca Hall will be seen in Woody Allen’s A Rainy Day in New York. But before this movie comes out, Hollywood really fucked up Hall’s chance to be in a third Woody Allen movie, because Hollywood has to pretend they hate Woody Allen now.
Ah, I see. Rebecca Hall is sorry for working with Woody Allen after “re-reading” some things she already knew. She totally would have come to this decision on her own with no external pressure, I bet. Totally. Actors apologizing for working with Woody Allen is being called “a movement” now. I have to say, “I apologize for working with a director who I knew was a piece of shit before I worked with him and I’m also donating my salary so I’m not in a think piece and look like I care after the fact” is my new favorite thing. Shout out to performative allyship.
This first picture in this gallery is Rebecca Hall sharing a nice moment with Woody Allen and his child bride. Very sweet.
Good one, Rob Lowe. But you have to understand that Bella Thorne was 40 minutes into an eventual 90 minute Snapchat story to have time to read the news. Or, you know, you can just, like, chill.
“Bella has already explained that she had no idea how crazy the mudslides were, and that people had actually died, so she has no intention of issuing an apology,” a source close to Bella EXCLUSIVELY told HollywoodLife.com. “Bella genuinely didn’t know about the deaths, and she feels terrible that she’s being portrayed as some kind of heartless celeb-brat, because that’s far from what she really is. At the same time though, Bella can’t help feeling that people need to chill the f**k out, it’s like these days everyone is trawling social media purposely trying to find something to turn into an ‘outrage’. She wasn’t aware how serious the situation was, she’s made that clear, so people need to just move on now and let it go.”
Okay. Seems reasonable. So before you start hating, afterwards Bella Thorne smoked a bunch of weed and invented Child Protective Services.
I’m starting an organization for kids from bad up bringings Getting them out of their home situations safe &helping them set up a new life
Elderly action star, Liam Neeson, was a guest on The Late Late Show(the Irish one) on Friday and he had a take about the state of sexual harassment in Hollywood in the post-Weinstein era.
Sharing his thoughts on the wave of sexual misconduct allegations being made against powerful men in Hollywood, Liam Neeson said that although overall he thought the #MeToo moment was “healthy,” he also thought it had resulted in “a bit of a witch hunt.”…“There’s some people, famous people, being suddenly accused of touching some girl’s knee or something, and suddenly they’re being dropped from their program,” he added.
Haha I guess “Liam Neeson is canceled” as the youth of today say. Which is fine since he just wants to remake Taken over and over until he dies. But whatever your thoughts on his critique of the #MeToo movement is, can we all agree this really isn’t a “witch hunt”. Yes, it’s still women accusing people of horrible shit, but this time they’re accusing men, but the men aren’t being burned alive except on Twitter and their bank accounts. I assume Neeson’s point is that some of the accusations are worse than others but they’re all being treated the same, but he has to understand that Hollywood kinda left themselves no choice unless they wanted to be hypocrites. Also, t-shirts and pins are selling very well, so we don’t want to mess that up.