OK. So I know there might be some plot problems here. And still. I don’t care. I am willing to use my imagination because I can’t hate this idea. I cannot hate the idea of Tiffany Haddish and Awkwafina in a movie together. Tiffany broke out in 2017. It was her year. Awkwafina came through in 2018. Together? Imagine what they can do together? My money is ready. And if it takes a little while, so be it. I’ll just save a little more which means they’ll have a little more. (Dlisted) 

This is why there doesn’t need to be a Friends reunion: by the final two seasons of the series, the cast was famously, together, making $1 million an episode – plus back end percentages. They’ve still been making money off of Friends since the show ended ALMOST 15 YEARS AGO. In fact, they’ve made more money from syndication. How much more? Like $20 million. A YEAR. EACH! And that amount is going up again because of this new deal with Netflix. (Cele|bitchy)

This Dior suit on Natalie Portman – it’s frustrating. I love how the pants fit. I f-cking hate how the lapels keep going and widening at the waist and lower to the stomach. Don’t like the shape it’s making. Just me? (Go Fug Yourself) 

Every year, at the end of the year, The New York Times produces a series of short videos featuring the best actors of the year doing random sh-t. Or arty sh-t. Whatever. The films are gorgeous and quirky and fun and they often highlight a different side to the subjects. I love the one with Lakeith Stanfield. Obviously I’m obsessed with Julia Roberts dancing in that tuxedo, how her face beams in the spotlight. Ethan Hawke’s is, naturally, annoying as f-ck. And watching Olivia Colman, Rachel Weisz, and Emma Stone doing sort of an interpretation of Emma’s SNL Les Jeunes de Paris sketch is almost therapeutic. (Pajiba) 

Scott Eastwood filmed himself swimming with killer whales. Supposedly he and a friend thought they were clear of the orcas but they ended up coming back. Was it one of Scott’s signature “woooo”s? He’s a WOOOO!!! guy. And I bet you it must have annoyed those whales too. (TMZ) 

Normally, when dogs are in movies and TV, bad things happen to them. This is why people had to ask Netflix to reassure them that no dogs die in Dogs. The good news is… there were a lot of dogs in movies this year and they were OK! (Vanity Fair)