A little over three years ago, Shonda Rhimes announced she was leaving her longtime home at ABC and going to Netflix, and it made everyone wonder just how much cash Netflix gave her. Because that’s the only thing that could have pulled Shonda away from her lucrative contract with ABC, right? Money? Lots and lots of money? Shonda recently spilled all the beans during an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, and we were all wrong. Shonda says it was because ABC made her beg for an all-access pass to Disneyland, a pass they then secretly reneged on, which they then had the audacity to accuse her of being greedy. To quote Goofy: gawrsh.
In 2005, Jamie Foxx was nominated for Best Actor (for Ray, which he won), and Best Supporting Actor (for Collateral). And I believe it’s Hollywood law that once you are nominated for or win an Oscar, you are forever known as “Academy Award nominee/winner ____” for the rest of your career. In short, everyone basically agrees you’re generally good at acting. But before 2005, way back in 1999, someone thought Jamie couldn’t act his way out of a trash can, and that man was Oliver Stone.
Because he is very, very wealthy, non-athletic Canadian dweeb Aubrey Graham successfully bought his way onto the court at the NBA finals, and acted a fool. Last night in Toronto, Drake’s home team, the Toronto Raptors, hosted the reigning world champions and my home team, the Golden State Warriors, in the first game of the series. But this isn’t about me and Drake repping different hoods. This is about Drake disrespecting the game with his childish antics. Also, I only knew it was the finals because I noticed a lot of people walking around in Golden State attire last night and put 2 and 2 together. 2+2 = Sportsball!
Wet Hot American Summer has ruined Bradley Cooper for me personally; I can only see him as an uptight camp counselor. But maybe that works for some people? Regardless, I’m sure you could find at least one person who wants to bone Bradley Cooper. Sadly for Bradley, there was a moment when he lost a role for not being “fuckable.” He’s one of the sexiest, but apparently only from the safe distance of a People magazine cover.
Apparently Jennifer Love Hewitt isn’t the only one having to explain their facial situation this week (oh that sounded gross, but it’s not like that). Except in Bella Thorne’s case, she’s demanding an apology instead of issuing one.
Are you the type of person who gets excited enough to approach a celebrity in public? Then the following message is for you. If you see Jennifer Lawrence, do not approach. Do not make eye contact. Do not shout out “Hey Hunger Games!” from across the street unless you want a heavy dose of RUDE.