The couple, who have been married since 2012 and share 2½-year-old son Silas Randall together, were all smiles as they cuddled up at the event — an onlooker telling PEOPLE they looked very sweet together, an attentive Timberlake making his way around the party before circling back to his smiling wife. … [Read more...] about Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel Cuddle Up at Man of the Woods Listening Party
The big drop
Fighting back against any backlash preemptively, Savannah continued, "Here in TN Vanderbilt was extremely prepared for testing and has testing at 15 or so of their walk in clinics. So before people say...'OH HE ONLY GOT TESTED BECAUSE HES A CELEBRITY...' u are WRONG! He went into an urgent care just like the rest of u would. After getting tested he went back home and stayed quarantined in his bedroom for 7 days and then his test came back..POSITIVE..when mom and I read that our hearts dropped." … [Read more...] about ‘Chrisley Knows Best’ Fans React After Todd Chrisley Hospitalized With Coronavirus
When the sun sets on this surreal nightmare era we’re currently living through and cultural anthropologists are picking over the artifacts on film and television, The Good Fight will be remembered as one of the few shows to reach the appropriate level of batshit craziness. There are structural reasons for this: The showrunners, Robert and Michelle King, are operating in the wilds of CBS All Access, which doesn’t have the strictures of CBS, the flagship network that housed The Good Wife. (On the other hand, the Kings created Evil for CBS, and that show is bananas too.) They don’t have to worry as much about alienating a general audience with political provocation — though some conservatives were not thrilled with last season’s pro-Nazi-punching stance — and they’re not only free to take chances, they’re incentivized to do it. How else to stand out in a crowded streaming market? … [Read more...] about Season Premiere Recap: The Butterfly Effect
The value of the Firefly Fun House bout, for me, was that its bonkers-ness overwhelmed my critical faculties. At other points in the six and a half hours (the same length as Angels in America!), I had time to think about how reckless and even cruel the WWE was being, asking performers to come sweat and shout and spit at each other in late March, when they should have known better. The various commentators appearing periodically to call it a gift to the fans or a way to raise spirits had not convinced me, and I had come to be fearful first for the older wrestlers (bless every grizzle on Goldberg’s cuboid head), and eventually for everyone. Indoctrinated by my hours with WrestleMania, the other violence no longer fazes me. I fully expect a well-upholstered man to bounce face-first off a turnbuckle without ill effect, or a young woman to get choked into near-unconsciousness and rise again, full of beans. But can the WWE guarantee that their actual workers will come out of this … [Read more...] about WrestleMania Broke Me
"Kate McKinnon is a wonderful actress. Big Cat Rescue implores Kate McKinnon to not use real big cats and cubs in the making of her series. The Wondery podcast, which is the basis for her series, explores the rampant breeding, abuse and exploitation of big cats by breeder and exhibitor Joe Exotic. It would be cruel to use real big cats in a television series about cruelty to big cats," Baskin said in a statement. "We urge McKinnon to utilize computer-generated imagery (CGI) of cats in the show rather than forcing real big cats to suffer just to entertain the audience. We hope McKinnon has a passion for animals and that her series will focus on the horrible lives captive big cats lead when exploited by breeders like Joe Exotic. We further hope she urges the public to support the Big Cat Public Safety Act that would end the cub petting abuse in America." … [Read more...] about Are Rob Lowe and Ryan Murphy Making a Joe Exotic Show?