Vanity Fair released their 2022 Hollywood Issue covers and baby they are pretty quirky. Featuring eight of Hollywood’s big names, the covers show off hyper-colorful and slightly bizarre worlds where Kristen Stewart hovers in the sky, and Idris Elba chills in the back of a car that’s also a pool, and Michaela Jaé Rodriguez has a pet tiger, and Nicole Kidman… um… opens a gate? Has a really bad wig? Not too sure what’s so fantastical about hers, but you get the point.
FX’s Pose, the series all about the ballroom scene, is coming to an end, as series creators Ryan Murphy and Steven Canals revealed that its upcoming third season will be the last. So you’re saying FX can have a thousand different iterations of American Horror Story but no more Pose? First, gay pride events get canceled for coronavirus, and now Pose is gone too? The gays haven’t taken this many hits since Ellen Degeneres told us she loves George Bush.
Rick Moranis starred opposite Ellen Greene in the 1986 movie adaptation of the 1982 Off-Broadway musical Little Shop Of Horrors which was based on the 1960 non-musical movie. Rick played Seymour Krelborn, a bespectacled schlub who falls in love with a woman named Audrey and learns some hard life lessons from a man-eating plant from outer space (Audrey II) . It’s a perfect movie which means it’s time to remake it only worse. So suddenly, Seymour is up for grabs again. It was once rumored that Josh Gad and Rebel Wilson were going to star in a remake, and then there was the rumor that Lady Gaga was going to play Audrey. And now according to Full Circle Cinema, Taron Egerton is in talks to star as Seymour. Which, fine, after Rocketman we know he can hold a tune and pull off glasses. What is more distressing is that Scarlet Johansson is in talks to play Audrey. Frankly, I’m not sure she has the (vocal) range. And, since she wants to be free to play flora so badly, I would like to see her audition for the role of Audry II instead.