There’s no greater honor (for a publicist) than landing a spot on the Time 100, Time Magazine’s publicist prom. Induction into the Time 100 comes with a fancy photo-shoot (for some) and a seemingly randomly assigned essay extolling the winner’s virtue. Ergo, Jimmy Kimmel was selected to write about this year’s cover boy for the Leaders category, Dr. Anthony Fauci when Dr. Phil would obviously have been a better choice. You know, Dr. to Dr. Sometimes it makes a little sense, like Marlon Brando Jr., Leonardo DiCaprio, honoring Indigenous activist Nemonte Nenquimo who has worked to protect rainforests in the Ecuadorian Amazon, even though she’s way too old to fuck at 33. But then you have Kim Kardashian West waxing poetic about JoJo Siwa and you think to yourself, is it too early to start drinking?
Camila Morrone turned 23 on a yacht, which means she’s got two more years left in her before her 45-year-old boyfriend, Leonardo DiCaprio, realizes she’s aged out of his desired bracket and dumps her. Hopefully, Camila can convince him next year to celebrate her 23rd birthday again since 2020 is clearly a write-off. Then she’ll add a whole year to her DiCatchAHo shelf-life!
Close your eyes and focus. Really focus. Do you hear it? That soft, high pitched noise? It’s the sound of a million fetus-age models weeping. Because last night Leonardo DiCaprio made his awards show debut with his girlfriend, actress/model Camila Morrone. This is the first time he’s brought a romantic date to an awards show since Gisele Bundchen in 2005. It was very nice of Leonardo to give the tabloids a picture of him and Camila they can use in their coverage when he dumps her in a couple of years.
The people who made The Wolf Of Wall Street are about to get got by the Wolf himself, Jordan Belfort, as he’s now suing the film’s producers for $300 million.
Variety says that Jordan has filed a fraud lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court and is coming for Red Granite Pictures, and CEO Riza Aziz. Last year, Riza was charged with allegedly stealing money from the Malaysian government. He was accused of embezzling $248 million from a state-run fund, and his stepfather, Najib Razak, was removed as Prime Minister after $4.5 billion in allegedly stolen government funds came to light. So because of that, Jordan is suing.
Us Weekly reports that both Brad Pitt and his Once Upon A Time In Hollywood co-star Leonardo DiCaprio were the guests on a recent episode of Marc Maron’s WTF podcast. And during their one-hour in-depth interview, Brad spoke about something we’re all pretty familiar with: Brad Pitt’s personal life. Which, according to Brad, is a disaster. I mean, is he wrong? This is the man who has been mired in a next-level divorce battle against Angelina Jolie for over three years and counting. Brad’s personal life is such a disaster, I’m surprised he hasn’t made a shit-quality home for it.
Love it or hate, it’s Scarlett Johansson’s world and we’re just living in it. Like literally, everything from the trees in the forest to all the hysterical wives in Brooklyn, it’s all Scarlett, all the time. Scarlett earned three Screen Actors Guild nominations today, and we have to assume her dear friend Woody Allen was one of the first calls she made when she heard the news. According to Variety, Scarlett got two noms for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role for Jojo Rabbit and Marriage Story, as well as a nomination in the Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture category for Jojo Rabbit. Add that to her Golden Globe nomination announced earlier this week, they’re probably just going to go ahead and call movies “Scarletts” from now on.