Riverdale star involved in late-night car accident after reported 16-hour work day https://t.co/ZPl6h0cF7c
— Entertainment Weekly (@EW) September 21, 2017
-Warner Bros. Television is doing damage control after Riverdale star KJ Apa got into a car accident in Vancouver while driving himself home following a 16-hour workday.
-Looks like the rumours of a split from Hayden Christensen may be true. Rachel Bilson was spotted in LA without her wedding ring. That sucks; I like them both.
-The Foo Fighters edition of Carpool Karaoke is a headbanging good time.
-Jordan Peele is developing a new TV show based on true events that follows a group who hunted down hundreds of Nazis who managed to escape punishment and settle into American society. See HBO, this is how you tackle historical entertainment.
-Gal Gadot, Kumail Nanjiani and Ryan Gosling are all slated to host SNL this season.
-The families of two men who died on the set of American Made are claiming that Tom Cruise is partially to blame.
-I don’t watch Rick and Morty (I know, I know) but it’s awesome that the creator is slamming trolls attacking their female writers.
-”I’m a target in a way most entrepreneurs are not,” says Gwyneth Paltrow in a new interview about GOOP. Well to be fair, most entrepreneurs aren’t telling us to steam our vaginas…
-Also, here’s photos of her GOOP lab in LA, which the author describes as “equal parts ridic and chic as f*ck”.
-Dylan McDermott and Dermot Mulroney are going to star in a TV show together and my head just exploded.
-One of the least wave-making late night hosts has gone political. Jimmy Kimmel is taking on health care in his monologues, and he won’t back down until the repeal & replace act is dead, saying “I did more homework this week than all my years of college combined.”
-Oh, Channing Tatum — you scamp, you!
-Carey Mulligan wrote an essay about her grandmother’s life with Alzheimer’s and did it suddenly get really dusty in here?
-Is the “six seasons and a movie” mantra about Community actually coming true?
-Arcade Fire’s Win Butler is defending the rollout of the band’s latest album.
-Dwayne Johnson gets in the game in latest Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle trailer.
-After seeing Brad’s Status at TIFF, I’ve vowed not to watch anymore introspective Ben Stiller movies, so I’m gonna go ahead and pass on this. Emma Thompson as a drunk hippie is tempting, though.
-No one trusts anyone in the new Murder on the Orient Express trailer starring Daisy Ridley, Michelle Pfeiffer, Josh Gad, Penelope Cruz, Johnny Depp, and Judi Dench.