On this episode: is Reese Witherspoon most endearing at her bossy-mom best? Katy Perry's Vogue article reveals a lot about her work AND theirs. As #Scandal turns 100, Shonda Rhimes shows her work, literally, and why celebrities can go broke making millions a year -- and why we need to care about it.
This week: Meghan Markle shut down her website… what does it mean?! Harry Styles goes solo and an impromptu fight about ‘N Sync. Also, Gabrielle Union works with her hair, what movies CAN women direct, and, do we need to care about #ThatsHarrassment?
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On this episode: why the finale of 'Big Little Lies' meant so much, who's blaming Scarlett Johansson for the 'Ghost In The Shell' flop, Did Tina Fey show up when we needed her, and who is 'we', anyway? Plus, the politics of privacy in the 'S-Town' podcast, and has Tim Riggins lost his last Rally Girl?
On this episode: Rihanna on Bates Motel and how her appearance fits into her career plan, Jenny Slate's (un)revealing Vulture interview, Gwyneth Paltrow's foray into vitamins on goop and eye rolling her non-CEO-ness, the work of running an online blog and the importance of supporting writers, and why you DO need to care about Big Little Lies.
This week: what "work" do the British Royals do and should we be bothered? Emily Blunt and John Krasinski and should real-life Hollywood couples work together; how Stephen Colbert figured it out, Noel Wells and impressing SNL dinosaurs; Girls and the pregnancy plot to grow characters, and do we need to care about Blackish's Yara Shahidi?
In this episode: Emma Watson drops the mic about Beyoncé and feminism, director Melina Matsoukas makes you notice her, Scarlett Johannson's divorce, mommy-shaming, and perplexing career, Kristen Stewart--movie star or star of movies? And as Buffy turns 20, we look at Joss Whedon's thoughts about diversity and LGBTQ representation.
On this episode: debriefing the Best Picture clusterf-ck and why producers and not directors typically accept Best Picture nods, Angelina Jolie's Guerlain deal and her future standing in Hollywood, what kind of actor is Jake Gyllenhaal, Connie Britton leaves 'Nashville', and do we need to care about Shiri Appleby?
On this episode: Adele's retreat and how much capital it takes to walk away when you’re on top, the lack of female directors in Hollywood, Donald Glover's momentum, and (ugh) Justin Timberlake.
On this episode: How Reese Witherspoon’s career led to 'Big Little Lies', re-imagining the rom-com (and maybe writing our own), the Hollywood assistant and West Wing boy sh-t, and finally, Lena Dunham's radically gratuitous nudity and did Girls answer the question?
This week: The Beyoncé Pregnancy and her public privacy, Lady Gaga's Superbowl message, Ben Affleck pulls out of directing Batman, whether or not we need to want to f-ck Aquaman's mom, and a couple of your letters.
This week: Oscar nom. reactions, Twitter call-outs from Constance Wu, plus politics invade the celebrity sphere, from Taylor Swift to Ewan McGregor, and we parse career moves from Selena Gomez and Sasheer Zamata.
On today's podcast: Chrissy Teigen's social media openness and the celebrity-paparazzi 'contract', Megyn Kelly going Hollywood, life and death at the TCA's, Great News's disappointing intro, Ariel Winter's many problems, and the raising of a child actor.
On today's episode: Brie Larson's shading of Casey Affleck at the Globes, Johnny Depp's legal and money issues, Zoe Sandana's Trump "defence" versus Nicole Kidman's version, why the Hidden Figures story was told, Blackish's tight turnaround, and Victoria Beckham's letter to herself.
On this week's podcast: The weird-ass Hollywood coming-out-party nepotism job called Miss Golden Globe (taped before the Golden Globes aired this past weekend), what it means that Julia Roberts appears to have officially endorsed Natalie Portman, the deeply dubious strategy of Tyra Banks appearing on the revival of “Celebrity Apprentice”, and the problem with Coachella.