Kurt Russell revealed some deets about his and Goldie Hawn’s first date during an appearance on Harry Connick Jr.’s talk show, Harry. Apparently, they were getting after it when the cops caught them.
Wait, who gave Harry Connick Jr. a talk show? He’s so annoying. The only time I’ve ever liked Harry Connick Jr. was when he was menacing Sigourney Weaver in the movie Copycat, and his character had bad teeth and referred to her underwear as “squirrel covers.” That always alternately repulsed/tickled me.
Oh, right, Kurt and Goldie.
When Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence’s Two Sexy Goofs in Space film, Passengers, came out last December, many hated it. One of the major reasons why people weren’t feeling Passengers was because they found Chris Pratt’s character to be a bit of a creepy stalker. Chris Pratt is surprised that people felt that way.
Goldie Hawn hasn’t been in a movie since 2002’s The Banger Sisters, which is beyond shameful. But Goldie Hawn is finally back.
The official trailer for Amy Schumer’s latest “Wah, I’m a mess!” movie, Snatched, was released today. If you’re looking at that screengrab above and wondering if it’s a spiritual sequel to Snatch starring living Gerald Scarfe drawings, it’s not. Goldie and Amy play a mother and daughter who go on vacation to South America, where shit immediately goes down after Amy meets a hot guy at a bar. They get kidnapped by South American gangsters. It’s like Trainwreck meets How Stella Got Her Groove Back meets the Bolivian part of Scarface, all wrapped up in a package that will make you want to take a shower. They’re so grimy-looking in this movie.
Last Saturday, Tidal released a video of Amy Schumer, Goldie Hawn, Wanda Sykes and Joan Cusack lip-synching to Beyonce’s Formation while on the set of their new movie Mother/Daughter. The internet wasn’t feeling Amy Schumer lip syncing about baby hairs and hot sauce and whatnot. The Beyhive and Twitter got in formation and slapped at her for the video they thought was tasteless. Amy Schumer responded twice to the people callng her out. Surprisingly, neither response was a video of her saying Sorry in face paint while Maria Sharapova twerked around her.
Yesterday, Michael made a comment while writing about the latest couple to be visited by the Grim Reaper of Relationships that now is the time to hope and pray that the next celebrity relationship to bite the dust isn’t Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell’s. The good news is, it probably won’t be. According to Goldie, if you want to read the words “Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell SPLIT” on the cover of UsWeekly, you’re going to have to go back in time and convince them to get married.
Goldie Hawn, Diane Keaton And Bette Midler Are Reuniting For A Movie That Isn’t A Sequel To “The First Wives Club”
Goldie Hawn, Diane Keaton and Bette Midler said hell no to a sequel to the highly quotable classic The First Wives Club, because even though it made millions upon million of dollars and was a success, the studio’s offer was trash. They were offered the same deal they got for the first movie. So a First Wives Club sequel never happened (but you know those evil demons of Hollywood are planning to do a reboot starring Jennifer Lawrence, Emma Stone and Amy Schumer). But Deadline says that the three are reuniting for a Netflix movie. Since Netflix is in the reuniting mood, can they please reunite the cast of 9 to 5 by putting Dolly Parton on Grace & Frankie?!
Deadline says that Goldie, Diane and Bette will star in a movie called Divanation, which is also the name of Mariah Carey’s city on Sim City Build-It. The three of them will play the member of a once-popular girl group who had a messy split and are forced to reunite after 30 years of not seeing each other’s faces. Producers are currently looking for a director and the second draft is being written right now.
I know the plot doesn’t really fit and they’re too old, but I still hope that Divanation is a Wilson Phillips biopic starring Goldie as Chynna Phillips, Diane Keaton as Wendy Wilson and Bette Midler as Carnie Wilson.
And the only way Divanation could get any better is if the producers get Elizabeth Berkley to recreate the Oscar-worthy performance she gave as Victor Garber’s underage trophy piece (yeah, she played 16, it’s make believe) in First Wives Club.