Now that's how you break the internet!
That's a whole lot of people!
But Caitlyn's coming out photo didn't just do well for VF...
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Marvel is taking another step towards diversity - though they're clearly sticking with that longterm plan of only employing fabulously talented people!
They're doing both those things by hiring the amazing Tilda Swinton!
The We Need To Talk About Kevin star is reportedly joining Benedict Cumberbatch in the magical Doctor Strange!
Tilda is apparently set to play Strange's immortal mentor The Ancient One.
The character is traditionally depicted as an old bearded man, but after they couldn't find the right fit, Marvel decided to cast a wider net and go with a bolder choice!
Innerestingly, this will be the SECOND time Tilda has taken on the role of a previously male character in a comic book movie; in 2005 she played the archangel Gabriel in the Keanu Reeves version of Constantine.
Doctor Strange is directed by Scott Derrickson and is set to hit theaters November 4, 2016.
One of the UK's biggest charities came stateside on Thursday night, marking the first ever Red Nose Day USA!
The epic charity event really brought the star power with a three hour live televised special on NBC with funny sketches and great performances!
One of the highlights of the night was a Hollywood Secrets sketch (above) featuring Julia Roberts & Hugh Grant. Tons of a-list actors share their memories of working with their fellow glitteratti, but they expose one of the their DEEPEST secrets in the process — their real voices!
The 51-year-old is playing Whitey Bulger, an infamous violent criminal in South Boston who became an FBI informant to take down the Italian Mafia!
Director Scott Cooper talked about how scary close the actor was in comparison to the real life criminal once Depp got in character, explaining:
It seems that one of the most talked about romances on TV isn't as canon as fans had hoped.
For the three seasons its been on, Sherlock has been building up a bromance between Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman's Sherlock and Watson to the point that many fans see them as an OTP — One True Pair.
However, Steven Moffat, the man behind the BBC series, clarified the sexual chemistry between the show's leads in a recent interview, saying:
Wedding dresses — some celebs keep them a secret forever and ever, and others are happy to show us the whole thing!
So major thanks to Sophie Hunter and no thanks to Blake Lively! LOLz!
Prepare yourselves, Cumberbitches!
Sherlock Homes and Dr. Watson are going back in time to Victorian London in the upcoming Christmas special of Sherlock!
After pictures surfaced of Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freemen dressed for the 1800s, fans went crazy with speculation. Some thought the characters were in costume for a ball, others said it was for a dream sequence within the special.
But creator Steven Moffat has since confirmed the more farfetched of the fan theories — the upcoming special is to take place entirely in the 19th century!
Moffat talked about the highly-anticipated episode with EW: