David Beckham has a cameo in King Arthur and I get he’s supposed to be bloody and battered but it’s his teeth that are freaking me out the most.


Rough day at the office @kingarthurmovie @guyritchie

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Speaking of Guy Ritchie, I saw this earlier this week and forgot to post it. This is what he put up for Mother’s Day in the UK and… I get it. He’s blissfully married (he and his wife take every opportunity to point that out). But when you share children with two women this comes off like a bit of a dick move.


The best, the very best mum in the world, it's not up for debate.

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So I guess Justin Timberlake is making new music. Timbaland and Pharrell won’t let another Can’t Stop the Feeling happen, right? Please no.



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Natalie Portman lends her breathy voice to Dior perfume.

Does Craig Ferguson have weird eyebrows? I’ve looked through some pictures but they seem fine to me.

PEOPLE has this feature called “What I Eat In a Day” wherein actresses keep a food diary and a nutritionist critiques it. The tips are not that enlightening, more like obvious, “Turn that pita sandwich into a salad!” suggestions. The larger point is that we’ve gotten so used to accepting public critique of celebrity bodies that it’s become totally normal to read the calorie count of strangers. Last week, Hayley wrote a straight-forward, realistic piece about what it takes, what it really takes, for these women to have red-carpet ready bodies at all times. Cutting out a piece of toast won’t do it.

John Krasinski is working on a Jack Ryan series for Amazon. Will John’s version be kind of dry? Maybe a smart ass? Definitely low-key funny, that’s his thing.

Have you ever done this – met up with a friend in another city when you both happen to be traveling at the same time? It is fun. And I bet John and Andy dish together. Because Andy would not be afraid to ask the probing questions and John would only be too happy to open up.