Julia Fox Says That Bravo Approached Her About Joining “The Real Housewives Of New York City” Cast, But She Turned Them Down
As we know, the last season of The Real Housewives of New York City was so dismally-rated that there wasn’t even a cast reunion, so Bravo is attempting to resuscitate the franchise by starting over with an entirely new cast for the original show while also creating a spinoff that they’ve been referring to as RHONY: Legacy, which will feature some of the messy New York “wives” (0% of the last cast was married while on the show) of seasons past. And if Bravo reaching out to UNCAHT JAHMS (Uncut Gems) muse/Kanye West ex-stunt-girlfriend, Julia Fox, to hold a golden apple is any indication of the caliber of characters we might be subjected to (so far, “Texas influencer” Lizzy Savetsky is the only confirmed new cast member), it looks like more disappointment may await; but she claims to have turned the opportunity down.
It’s been just over a year since a pack of unwashed maniacs bum-rushed the U.S. Capitol and took a dump on the democratic process (and also the rugs). So of course, a bunch of Hollywood dudes are falling over themselves to be the first to stunt cast the QAnon Shaman. Poor Aaron Sorkin’s head must be spinning because, according to Deadline, Adam McKay has swooped in with lightning speed to comment “FIRST!” Fresh off of making a mockery of climate change with Don’t Look Up, Adam’s poised to make a mockery of “the worst domestic attack on democracy since the Civil War” as producer of F6 with writer/director Billy Ray, the man who made a mockery of the Trump administration with the Showtime series The Comey Rule. Are you tired? I know I’m tired. Why aren’t Hollywood dudes tired yet?
What we don’t need is for the screenwriter who failed to include Freddie Mercury’s coke dwarf in Bohemian Rhapsody, teaming up with the hologram peddling Houston Estate and Clive fucking Davis to bring us yet another movie about Whitney Houston only this time with the added insult of some poor actress trying to play her. But we’re getting it anyway. 2020 hates us for real.
1950s nostalgia was already gross and weird in the ‘70s and ‘80s so it makes perfect sense to bring it back once again for #thesetryingtimes. TVLine reports that HBO Max is working on a TV show called Grease: Rydell High “a musical spinoff of the iconic movie.” But really, wasn’t Glee enough, or do we really have to add unspoken segregation and hot rods into the mix? Let me not give Lea Michele any ideas. Lea, you’re too old to be Sandy and don’t pull that “but Olivia Newton John was… wah wah wah” bullshit with me!
After the embarrassment that was Man Of The Woods, I naively hoped we might have all caught a break there, and Justin Timberlake would walk his happy ass into the wilderness where he and wife Jessica Biel could live out the rest of their days footloose and vaccine-free. Unfortunately, bespoke camo suits don’t come cheap, and apparently, Justin needs a way to keep his family’s mouths full of fudge. According to Billboard, Justin dropped a hint on Twitter about a possible collaboration with Lizzo. Look at Justin trying to get him some of Lizzo’s juice, smh.
Woody Allen has recently come out and said he never plans on retiring and he will probably die on a film set. And I think what’s really got people annoyed is the “never retiring” part.