The Batman started filming in January, but because of COVID-19, the pause button was pressed on filming in March. Filming started up again just a few days ago in England, but well, coronavirus let every Batman villain know to have a damn seat and let a real demon monster wreak havoc, because Vanity Fair says that production has stopped again and this time it’s because Robert Pattinson caught COVID-19. First, Black Adam and now Batman?! Corona is coming for the DC superheroes. Wonder Woman better stop organizing her follow-up to Imagine and throw every mask on her face before soaking in a tub of Purell while holding onto her shield of protection.
Fans of Hulu’s High Fidelity were left looking like Zoe Kravitz in that “Imagine” video (confused) when it was canceled after just one season, and it doesn’t look like it’s going to get picked up anywhere else. Zoe posted a goodbye note to the show on Instagram but later dragged Hulu for its lack of diversity. Hulu hasn’t responded yet but I’m sure that’s because they’re too busy trying to fix their constant buffering issues. Yeah, right.
Corona isn’t the only thing going viral these days. With everybody on lockdown and bored out of their minds, we are grasping at straws for anything even mildly entertaining to distract us from this supremely shitty situation. Some desperate souls have even resorted to watching Cats! Which is why you may have seen the video that’s going around where Gal Gadot and a bafflingly random group of celebrities join together as one to sing John Lennon’s Imagine. You see, coronavirus got Gal to thinking: What if we are all really the same? And to her credit, when it comes right down to it, celebrities really are just like us. They’re also bored, scared, barely any of them can sing, and the ones who can sing, are always doing too much.
I don’t know which Project Runway reject fucked up the Overstock.com bedsheet challenge this badly either. And to think, we were so worried about Lizzo getting her juice all over the folding chairs at The Staples Center, we forgot to worry about potential coochie-contact with the upholstered seats at the Shrine Auditorium. However, Sarah Hyland’s short and confusing floral 4th of July bunting skirt was an outlier. For the most part, the outfits on display at last night’s Screen Actors’ Guild Awards were a lot more conservative, ranging from the tiered ruffles and billowy chiffon of a modest religious sect, to tailored suits. On ladies! Hollywood is confusing.
Presumably reformed wild child Lily Allen, and generally pleasant seeming man who is built like a redwood trunk, David Harbour, made their red carpet debut wearing goofy matching half-up ponytails. According to People, the pair attended Skin Cancer Foundation gala last night in New York City. Lily and David were first spotted together as a couple in London back in September. David appears not to have gotten a haircut since. Is he superstitious or just a messy bessy?
Seen above making the same “unbothered but keeping it sexy” face your cat makes while watching you get the heaves as you clean up the diarrhea it shat on the dining room rug for not greeting it the millisecond you got home, Zoe Kravitz will be the Catwoman to Robert Pattinson’s angsty, rich hipster millennial Batman in Matt Reeves‘ The Batman. When everyone found out that Catwoman would probably be in The Batman, there was a rumor that Vanessa Hudgens got the role (I mean, anybody who watched Rent Live knows that Vanessa can sound like a cat in heat getting viciously murdered), and then it was rumored that Matt Reeves was looking for a Zoe Kravitz-type (which is Hollywood for young, hot, and black). And now it looks like Matt Reeves got the ultimate Zoe Kravitz-type because he got Zoe Kravitz herself. And I think Sean Young just got the Guinness World Record for being the biggest robbery victim in history because she was ROBBED yet again!