Night Crumbs

February 12, 2020 / Posted by:

Universe Pictures is still trying to make a reboot of the Bride of Frankenstein happen, and Sam Raimi is thinking about maybe directing and Amy Pascal is involved as producer. Angelina Jolie was attached to it at one point (and no, that isn’t a picture of St. Angie reacting to Brad Pitt’s Oscar win), but a source says she’s not into it anymore. We don’t need this! Instead of this, I’d rather an extra long episode about Amy Pascal v. “the minimally talented spoiled brat” in the 12-part scripted Hulu series about the Sony hack called Why Are U Punishing Me (Sent From My Sony Xperia Z2) ¬†– Pajiba

Jennifer Aniston says she has a little daydream of her kids running on the beach, or something, and then she probably snaps out of it when she hears the sound of her margarita being poured in Mexico during another child-free vacation РLainey Gossip 

Dwayne Wade continues to earn the Celebrity Dad of the Year award (and for once, that was served without a sliver of sarcasm) – Celebitchy

With that “5 View Photos” circle blocking Demi Lovato’s full tattoo, it sort of looks like birds carrying a soft dick. I was about to say that I want that tattoo my face – Egotastic!

Why is Selena Gomez wearing a twin-sized duvet cover and matching pillow cases? – Popoholic

Rick Moranis is officially coming out of retirement to do the Honey, I Shrunk the Kids sequel, because I guess, 2020 wanted to show us that it’s not completely awful – SOW

FYI, Taryn Manning is worried about Brit Brit SpearsE! News

Mya got secret married to a question mark – Just Jared

I’ll believe it when I see Spider-Man’s spidey senses tingle as his boyfriend gives him a handy – Towleroad

Pic: Universal Pictures

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