Selena Gomez is having a tough time lately and has reportedly checked into a mental health facility for treatment for anxiety and depression. It seems like she’s having a breakdown is awful and all, but what about the person for whom this situation is really hurting? How is Selena’s ex Justin Bieber weathering this storm, you’ve probably wondered? Answer: Not well. And the joy that must spring from getting secretly married without a prenup to a model isn’t helping with his sadness and guilt over his ex. E! reports that Justin is having a hard time and acting like he might be at fault for some of Selena’s pain. Leave it to Bieber (see what I did there) to make the pain of a woman suffering from anxiety and depression supposedly related to her ongoing battle with lupus in addition to complications from a kidney transplant all about him.
Last month, Selena Gomez announced she was taking a break from magazine interviews and social media for the sake of her own sanity. Now it’s being reported that Selena has decided to take a break from her life in general in an attempt to recharge her batteries and get healthy after having a rough couple of weeks. According to TMZ, Selena has been in and out of the hospital recently, and she’s currently checked into a mental health facility.
Selena Gomez recently announced she was once again taking a break from social media. But before Selena exited social media, she gave us a little peek into what kind of things and people gets Selena excited enough to whip out her phone and write a review. Apparently one of those would be seeing Jennifer Lopez perform in Las Vegas.
Hell hath no fury like a pop starlet hiding behind the cloak of “But I was misquoted!!!” When Selena Gomez sat down with Elle to chat about an anti-human trafficking organization she volunteers for and her upcoming album, it didn’t seem like anything was too inflammatory. I mean, I go in wishing for her to say something fun like “Hailey Baldwin can S my D!” or “Taylor Swift’s squad fell, and I’m the last bitch standing” and am always disappointed with the verbal NyQuil she says instead. Well, Selena was still pissed over Elle talking about her church and potential song lyrics off the new album, so she might be retaliating by never going on a magazine cover again AND taking a break from social media. Oh noooooooo…
I wasn’t aware Selena Gomez had taken a monk-like vow of silence, but according to that cover line on the October issue of ELLE magazine, Selena has broken her silence and is ready to talk again! The only problem for ELLE is, she’s currently talking about how bummed out she is regarding some of the details that got published in their story.
Yesterday we learned that 2019 would be the first year in several decades in which Woody Allen won’t be releasing a film. According to Page Six, that honor might go to 2018 instead. His latest for Amazon, A Rainy Day in New York, was shot last September and October in New York on a budget of $25 million, and was reportedly scheduled for release later this year. No official date was set, it was more just a ballpark estimate depending on when Amazon Studios decided it should come out. Page Six seems to think that A Rainy Day will never see the light of day. They claim the movie has been “shelved” indefinitely.
When asked for comment, Amazon said: “No release date has ever been set for the film.”
It probably wouldn’t be too big of a shock if Amazon shelved it completely. Audiences might not want to watch Jude Law have sex with what he thinks is a 15-year-old girl. Or possibly the bigger elephant in the room, Woody himself. A few months after filming wrapped and #MeToo broke, several actors who have worked with Woody spoke out and vowed never to work again with the alleged creep. A Rainy Day stars Timothée Chalamet, Rebecca Hall, and Griffin Newman all donated their salaries to charity.
But maybe there’s nothing up, and Amazon just hasn’t picked a date. Or maybe Amazon has shelved it for the time being while they work with their marketing department and decide what kind of tagline should be on the poster for A Rainy Day in New York. Because “Even the actors in this film don’t want to be associated with this downpour of cringe” feels just a tad long.