I have been hoping for a story about Lohan Beach House in Mykonos and writer Gabrielle Bluestone has delivered with You Can’t Hurt Lindsay Lohan Now. During the interview, Lindsay demonstrates many of her usual traits (she has a cold, her assistant bungled the interview time, she namedrops celebrities, she complains about the paparazzi). But what’s interesting is how she’s chosen to cut herself off from not just America, but from the maddening news cycle and politics. She takes the same approach with most of her family, whom she only communicates with through FaceTime. That was the most surprising part of the interview – the absence of Dina, face down on a beach lounger after too many Aperol spritzes.
Meghan Fox visited Stonehenge and called it “one of the most investigated and least understood wonders of the world.” She’s mentioned her interest in universal mysteries before, like this 2016 interview in which she spoke about string theory and pyramids while promoting Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows. At the time, I wonder if the studio publicist freaked out or shrugged and said “whatever, it’s ninja turtles.”
Elizabeth Banks thinks her head is really big – I don’t think it’s big? But her hair is very blonde and it totally suits her.
Still refusing to learn what Post Malone is.
It’s the 10-year anniversary of Breaking Bad, which finished its run in 2013. Has enough time passed to warrant a reunion? For me, Breaking Bad is one of the rare shows that received the attention it deserved during its time – it didn’t live in the cancellation danger zone. It played out comfortably, so maybe that’s why I’m not as nostalgic for it as I am for something like Friday Night Lights. (I can’t get enough of those reunions.) But there is some interesting insight, like Bryan Cranston on Vince Gilligan’s work with Walter White. He said Vince’s goal was to change a character from good to bad, completely. Did he succeed? Was Walter White truly “bad” in the end?