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Trisha Paytas and I chatted for nearly an hour! She's such a hot mess and she owns it!
She's also utterly compelling! You must WATCH!
We're already obsessed with the Time 100 Gala! So many of our faves were there!
Colin might have even stolen the show with his silky tunic top and skinny pants! They almost look like pajamas! The quarterback accessorized with some gold necklaces and cornrows.
Demi was all about the boobage in a very plunging blue Zuhair Murad dress that was a lovely color but unfortunately looked like something a bridesmaid would wear. And that belt? Girl no. Still, we'll give her props for that amazing tan and hair.
Finally, Blake and Ryan were once again a golden couple looking beautiful and so in lurve, with the blonde bombshell in a Marchesa dress with a tasseled layer and plunging scalloped neckline. She looked GORGE!
[Image via Getty Images.]
No more Googling for this girl!
Blake Lively has admitted that her adventures with the search engine did not end well.
Specifically, the actress spoke to Variety about going into depression after reading some not-so-nice things about herself online.
"I have [Googled myself] before and it's just ended in full depression."
"So I think it's a good rule of thumb not to Google yourself because the Internet is not nice."
Yeah, we'd say we agree on that! Especially if you're a female star. The Internet can just be VICIOUS.
Nowadays, we doubt the 29-year-old bothers with search engines, though, as she's got so much going on in her life.
She confessed that her family is both her and husband Ryan Reynolds' top priority, saying:
Start with The Bodyguard.
Keep I Will Always Love You, but punctuate it with about a hundred gunshots and car explosions. That's basically what you get in The Hitman's Bodyguard!
Ch-ch-check out the NSFW red band first trailer (above)!
UPDATE 8:10 P.M. EST: Ryan has now confirmed the casting news with a ridiculous, NSFW tweet that (sort of) welcomes Brolin to the mix:
The fuck, Fox! You can't play 2 characters in the same universe!! Josh Brolin was in Sicario and I was in Sabrina The Teenage Witch. pic.twitter.com/AQCRp1aWKg
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) April 12, 2017
Ryan Reynolds has had fans in a fervor to see Cable on the big screen ever since his fourth wall-breaking stinger at the end of Deadpool announcing the fan favorite mutant would be in the sequel.
According to THR, the Hail Caesar star is signed on for a 4-picture deal, which will likely include an X-Force movie and possibly a solo spinoff.
This will mark Brolin's third major comic book movie role playing megavillain Thanos for Marvel Studios and DC Comics cowboy Jonah Hex for Warner Bros. (The less said about that flick the better!)
Cable is Deadpool's longtime frenemy, a super-powered soldier from the future (who also happens to be the son of X-Men Cyclops and Jean Grey) who perpetually has to put up with Wade Wilson's nonsense while trying to save the world.
This seems like fantastic casting to us as Brolin was able to effortlessly steal the spotlight from Will Smith as super straight agent K in Men In Black III. Of course, he'll have to bring all that deadpan charm and more to combat RyRey's nonstop quips.
What do YOU think of the casting??
Oh, the nostalgia!
In case you don't remember, the two starred in the movie version of Sabrina the Teenage Witch, and while their characters didn't end up hitting it off in the end, that doesn't mean that's how it was in real life.
The actress explained they got to know each other pretty well:
"I had a boyfriend at the time, but we were smitten and cute. He was adorable. He was a really nice guy."
And MJH continued to explain it all:
Speaking to Screen Daily, the Sons of Anarchy star said of his relationship with his costars:
"I wanted these relationships to evolve naturally on screen, through the work. I don't think I said more than ten words to Robert off camera. I didn't know if he was just ‘in that zone' or if he genuinely didn't like me. There was a real distance between us."
But despite the lack of connection off screen, Hunnam says the actors did have "right dynamic on screen."
To be fair, the Twilight star very well could have been focused on his role, because the 36-year-old actor later admitted that Robert has reached out since wrapping the film:
"He's reached out to me subsequently, making overtures for us to be friends now. So I think it was about the work."
What a relief! LOLz!
[Image via Judy Eddy/WENN.]