Lainey’s off to the Top Gun premiere, so I’m here to close out the day. Let’s start with Berenice Bejo in Cannes. She’s best known in North America as the star of The Artist (remember The Artist?!), but she’s a big deal in France. She’s one of the stars of the opening night film, Final Cut, which is directed by her partner, Michel Hazanavicius. She looks great in this green Valentino. (Go Fug Yourself)


I wish I knew less about Nick Cannon’s reproductive life. (DListed)

Elon Musk says he’s switching political parties and will vote Republican for the first time in his life because Democrats are “the party of division and hate”. Yeah, I’m sure that’s it. I’m sure it has nothing to do with how he’s a union busting boss and there’s a groundswell of labor support coming out of the progressive left right now, or that a California state agency, the Department of Fair Employment and Housing, filed a racial discrimination lawsuit on behalf of Black workers at his California Tesla plant. This is the real reason he wants out of California, by the way, because the state is trying to hold him to non-discriminatory standards that Texas won’t give two sh-ts about. As always with Musk, he’s not some libertarian idealist, he’s just a bully boss suck baby who throws tantrums when he doesn’t get his way. But in his case, with his wealth, his tantrums can mean the (further) destruction of people’s civil and human rights if he truly does back the party of anti-equality. Thanks, I hate it here. (Celebitchy)


Revisiting the 2013 Park Chan-wook film Stoker, a creepy psycho-sexual thriller starring Nicole Kidman, Matthew Goode, and Mia Wasikowska. One of my favorites of the 2010s, more people need to be aware of how great Stoker is. (Pajiba)

If you don’t drop everything and read every new Mike Ryan interview, then I don’t know what you’re doing with your time. He’s one of the best celebrity interviewers out there, and his interview with Glen Powell—yes, THE Glen Powell—is excellent. (Uproxx)