Elizabeth Olsen covers the digital edition of Harper’s Bazaar and says it’s weird for actors to complain about being famous because that probably means your career is going well. She has a point! But she also separates that from the privacy of potential children, which is another good point. Elizabeth Olsen is really just making some good all-around points here. (DListed)


The Doctor Strange movies have never done well by Rachel McAdams, so here is a list of other movies she’s in where she isn’t (as) wasted. (Popsugar)

Kim Cattrall has given us EPIC entries into the celebrity lexicon this week through her “Power of Women” interview with Variety, including “I don’t think I read it” and “I certainly heard about it”. Cattrall has become the coolest SATC alum by virtue of not giving a f-ck about that revival series. Keep living your best life, Kim, it IS powerful to say no. (Go Fug Yourself)

Apparently, Chief Justice Roberts is worried people will “lose faith” in SCOTUS after the leak of the draft decision regarding the reversal of Roe v Wade. My dude, and I mean that entirely disrespectfully of your position and power, THAT isn’t why people lost faith in the Supreme Court. (Celebitchy)

John C. Reilly generally seems like one of Hollywood’s best dudes, and this conversation with Lane Brown does nothing to dispel that impression. (Vulture)