The trailer for Don’t Worry Darling dropped and I’ll be honest, I don’t get the vibe or premise of this film (cult swingers?) but that’s not why I’m writing about it: Florence Pugh has not liked or reposted anything about this film in a very long time. She has not liked any of Olivia’s posts, even the ones that specifically mention and tag her. It would be one thing if Florence didn’t engage on social media but she does, in both a personal and professional way. So this sticks out. I’m not the only one who has noticed.
Drake’s hot girl summer continues. Do you think he is going to return home from his summer abroad pronouncing it “Ibitha.” He has the energy of a person who spends two weeks in Europe and complains for months that he can’t get a good espresso in Toronto.
Derek Blasberg has left Google/YouTube, meaning that they will probably let the fashion vertical quietly die out. It was a very expensive experiment for YouTube as they hosted multiple A-list parties, bought tables at the Met Gala and probably paid the production cost for videos, but making a viral video requires a certain kind of alchemy that can’t be bought – it’s not decided by an algorithm or expense sheet.
I first noticed it with Hailey Bieber, and now Jenna Dewan is jumping on the glazed nail trend (they share a manicurist, Nails by Zola). What do we think of the pearly, wet finish? I like it but for me a nail colour is a commitment. I don’t know if I’m ready to commit to a glazed donut look.
Liv Tyler is in London, presumably to pick up her children, who were on holiday with their father David Gardner (who is best friends with David Beckham). Liv and David quietly split in late 2021 and since then, I haven’t heard about her dating anyone. But I feel like there’s some Gossip Genie potential with her, just not sure with who.
There’s a trailer for a new BJ Novak movie, Vengeance, a fish-out-of-water story about a podcaster who goes to Texas after a woman he casually hooks up with dies, only to get caught up in a world of conspiracy theories. Along the way he makes friends with locals (like Ashton Kutcher, Boyd Holbrook and Dove Cameron) who I’m guessing will teach BJ some big lessons about life and stuff. This movie will be in theatres, it’s not going to directly to streaming and that’s an interesting choice because it feels like a streaming movie. But maybe it will be a breakout summer hit for audiences who want to go to a theater again but aren’t interested in superhero IP. (Sarah: That movie is Elvis, this should have gone to streaming.)