If you watch Vanderpump Rules you are familiar with “Rand” and even if you don’t you are probably familiar with the phrase, “I’m sorry Fofty.” This Vulture deep-dive on producer Randall Emmett goes so beyond that and is one of my favourite reads of the year so far. From “geezer teasers” to dodgy financiers to a direct-to-video empire built on generic action films that capture the audience in between Blockbuster and Netflix, this is a shady part of the film industry no one talks about. I won’t spoil any of the details or celebrity cameos but trust me, you are going to want to set a few minutes aside to read it this weekend.
You know who’s not worried about a silly throwback even though she’s a possible Oscar contender? Amanda Seyfried.
This was posted a day ago so it’s not an April Fool’s prank but I’m not sure if it’s real? What is he looking at? Why did the poster use an “enhanced image” rendition when the photos are so clear? Is this some kind of marketing campaign for suspenders and bow ties for kids? Is Big Telescope behind this?
Diane Keaton is collaborating with Gucci and this, to me, is not a cohesive aesthetic pairing. When I think of Diane Keaton’s style it is classic, black-and-white (quite literally), and lots of suiting. Gucci is loud, ornate, and colourful. They don’t seem compatible.
We haven’t had any new Michael B. Jordan and Lori Harvey photos in a minute but maybe after the long weekend we will get a batch. These two go all-out so I can see them doing a Easter egg hunt.
This is the only celebrity I want to hear from on April Fool’s Day.
I don't like marmalade anymore.— Paddington (@paddingtonbear) April 1, 2021
Over the last year, we’ve had a few classic Friday gossip dumps: Armie Hammer and Elizabeth Chambers (the divorce announcement was just the beginning); Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudekis called off their engagement (we know what happened next); and Alex Rodriguez and Jennifer Lopez took a break and were back on by Monday. Going into a long weekend, anyone on your radar?