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Beyonce Debuts The Twins: Rumi & Sir Carter

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-Beyonce made sure to lead us into the weekend with a burst of happiness by dropping the first photo of the twins, which she captioned “Sir Carter and Rumi 1 month today.” (I’m guessing his name is Sir and not Sir Carter, because that would make him Sir Carter Carter.)

-Everything’s coming up roses for Spider-Man: Homecoming stars Tom Holland and Zendaya. Not only is their movie crushing it, they are reportedly dating.

-The Walking Dead is having a horrible week. After their dirty laundry got aired in the Frank Darabont lawsuit docs, a stuntman died as a result of an onset injury. John Bernecker fell more than 20 feet onto a concrete floor on the show’s Georgia set, leading AMC to temporarily shut down production.

-Speaking of the Walking Dead lawsuit, it also revealed a lot of other scoop about AMC shows, including Mad Men’s $30 million deal with Matthew Weiner. He was paid $2.5 million for signing on to the last two seasons, with the rest of the sum ($27.5 million) resulting from episode fees, royalty fees and writing, directing and producing fees. He would also get $25,000 for each award nomination and $125,000 for each award win.

-Oh, and the makeup artist on The Walking Dead is getting backend profits. So basically, AMC’s deals are insane.

-Wait, so instead of denying Blac Chyna’s allegations this week that Rob physically abused her, the Kardashian’s response was to remind everyone that she signed a non-disclosure agreement? What a terrible rebuttal.

-Where’d You Go, Bernadette?, starring Cate Blanchett, is getting a Mother’s Day release. I adored that book, written by Maria Semple (who used to work on Arrested Development).

-Speaking of books I loved, the first look at Steven Spielberg’s Ready Player One has me stoked.

-Something that’s becoming increasingly clear to me: I’m not a fan Riverdale’s Cole Sprouse. First he mansplains how Hollywood works on R*ddit, and now there’s video of him harassing a busker in Vancouver who was interrupting their shoot. Clearing streets is the job of the crew.

-Gwyneth Paltrow is NOT getting the reaction she was hoping for after going on the defensive on GOOP and then tweeting “when they go low, we go high.” Twitter was quick to point out that her latest issue was the opposite of high, and now everyone’s talking about all the quack doctors GOOP features. It’s literally the Streisand effect.

-Meanwhile, the doctor in her targets spoke to Buzzfeed (“It’s just odd I have to defend myself against a website that passes on the idea that bras cause cancer”) and penned a rebuttal on her blog titled “Dear Gwyneth Paltrow we’re not f**king with you we’re correcting you, XOXO Science”

-Alexander Skarsgard and Alexa Chung have broken up.

-Connie Britton revealed the story behind her ‘stripper dance’ on Friday Night Lights.

-Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard are so excited for Game Of Thrones they made a video. Sometimes I have issues with these two (usually when they ‘re begging for privacy while simultaneously shooting commercials about their home life), but most times I really dig these two nerds.

-This is an interesting piece on how Game of Thrones, which returns this wknd, will probably be the last show a large amount of us are watching at the same time.

-Shia LaBeouf proved that sometimes people who say they’re allies actually aren’t when the going gets tough. In new video released of his arrest, he tells a black officer he’s “going to hell” because of his skin colour, adding “you got a president that don’t give a f-ck about you, and you’re stuck in a police force that doesn’t give a f-ck about you. You want to arrest white people who give a f-ck?” Ugh.

-Emma Watson interviews Margaret Atwood about The Handmaid’s Tale in the new issue of EW.

-Heroes actor Thomas Dekker has come out as gay after being outed by Bryan Fuller.

-Buzzfeed wrote about how Jennifer Garner‘s made a business out of not appearing in movies and focusing on her good girl branding. “A relatively boring celebrity, without a major movie project in sight, has reemerged as a gossip fixture: not for her participation in scandal, but for her resistance to it.”

-Brooklyn been placed under martial law by rogue forces after Texas secedes from the union in the trailer for Bushwick, starring Dave Bautista and Brittany Snow.

Author: Jen McDonnell

Jen McDonnell is an entertainment freelancer and social media specialist. She put her celeb stalking skills to good use as managing editor of www.dose.ca. Likes: pop culture, celebrity dirt, guilty pleasure TV, George Clooney, cheese. Dislikes: people who use 'begs the question' incorrectly. Follow Jen on Twitter @jen_mcdonnell. Follow Jen

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