Cate Blanchett wore a green suit with a pink pussy bow to the Green Carpet Fashion Awards. She’s one of like, three women who can pull this off. (Go Fug Yourself)

Grace Van Dien, who played Chrissy on Stranger Things, says she has turned down roles since a producer sexually harassed her (allegedly). Sure, some things have changed since the revelations of #MeToo, but clearly, not enough, if gross dudes still feel entitled to act this way on set. (DListed)


To celebrate its 25th anniversary, the Spice Girls released an alternate music video for “Stop”. How much do we think Posh doesn’t want to be there? (Popsugar)

Please, never stop talking, Julia Fox. Every word is gossip gold. (Celebitchy)

Twenty years into the Best Animated Feature Oscar, it’s hard not to think the category predominantly serves major studios—chiefly, Disney-Pixar—and does very little to recognize a broad range of animation styles and talents. Just last year, they whiffed on an AMAZING anime called Inu-Oh, directed by Masaaki Yuasa, which is gorgeous and fantastical and musical AND has a guy getting his head cut off while doing a rad guitar solo. Don’t even get me started on the quality of French animation and how very little of it ever crosses over (the Chicago Critics Film Fest is screening Ernest & Celestine, though, about a cute anti-fascist mouse!). Meanwhile, here in Hollywood, Laika has never won the animated Oscar. Laika! The champions of stop motion! Not even for Kubo and the Two Strings! As a means of promoting animated feature film, the Academy Awards suck. As a means of soothing Disney’s temper about losing Best Picture for Beauty and the Beast, though, they’re doing great. (Vulture)