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Analysis: Ryan Gosling brings the heat in ‘The Gray Man’




It feels hell hot in multiple places around the world, so please check on the vulnerable (pets, young people, the elderly) and try to stay cool.

My suggestion: Stay inside and watch and listen to some of the offerings here.

‘The Gray Man’

How can you ignore a film that stars Ryan Gosling, Chris Evans and Regé-Jean Page?

The answer is you cannot.

In this spy thriller, Gosling and Evans play a pair of shadow CIA agents who are trying to off each other. There is plenty of fast-paced action, with Gosling getting compared to James Bond in online chatter.

It starts streaming on Netflix Friday.

‘Rap Sh*t’

(From left) Aida Osman as Shawna and KaMillion as Mia star in "Rap Sh*t."

We can thank Issa Rae for this one, even though she’s not starring.

The “Insecure” star/co-creator served as executive producer and wrote the debut episode for this series about two estranged friends who come together to form a rap duo. “Keep It” podcast host Aida Osman and “Love & Hip Hop: Miami” star and rapper KaMillion play the lead roles.

The comedy is set in Miami and very much giving shades of the real-life rap duo City Girls, but with the wit of Rae and her team in a comedy that’s as much about female empowerment and life as it is hip-hop.

The first two episodes are streaming on HBO Max, which like CNN is part of Warner Bros. Discovery.

‘Virgin RIver’ Season 4

(From left) Colin Lawrence as John "Preacher" Middleton and Nicola Cavendish as Connie star in "Virgin River."

I don’t usually drop shows here that have been on for a while, but I kept hearing about “Virgin River.” And now I understand why.

Set in a small town, it’s soapy and has romance and drama. If that doesn’t scream “addictive comfort viewing,” nothing does.

This season, there’s a question of paternity as a main storyline, along with everything else going on in a remote corner of Northern California. If you’re looking for a binge, start with season one and keep it rolling.

Season four is currently streaming on Netflix.

Two things to listen to

Jack White performs at the Glastonbury Festival, near the village of Pilton in Somerset, England, on June 26.

After having released his electric album, “Fear of the Dawn,” in April, Jack White has gone acoustic for his latest.

“Entering Heaven Alive,” out Friday, came together from a bunch of music White had created that didn’t quite fit in the same project.

“No matter how much I tried to make a sequence out of the songs, it just seemed like you were taking a Miles Davis record and putting it in the middle of an Iron Maiden record,” White told Variety. “It had an ‘Oh, that’s interestingly jarring thing’ to it, but it wasn’t breathing or flowing.”

I, for one, can’t get enough Jack White music, so I’m not unhappy about two distinct albums.

(From left) Harrison Mills and Clayton Knight of the US band Odesza perform during the ACL Music Festival at Zilker Park in Austin, Texas, on October 12, 2018.

Odesza, the electronic music group currently made up of Harrrison Mills and Clayton Knight, is hoping their latest album brings people out to party in person.

“You basically write another album, because you’re adapting all the music to the live setting, blending old songs with new, remixing little aspects,” Knight told Billboard. “It’s a full-on project.”

The duo’s accompanying tour is more performance art than DJ sets on some level, and it’s as much designed to dazzle attendees as it is to get them dancing.

“The Last Goodbye” is out Friday.

One thing to talk about

(From left) Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez are shown at their Las Vegas wedding.
Raise your hand if either an ex reached out to you or you reached out to an ex, or you considered it, after Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck eloped.

I plead the fifth as my husband reads this newsletter (he’d better and I am no fool), but let’s just say that Lopez and Affleck’s finding their way back to each other after decades had some of us in their feelings.

Much has been made about Lopez’s number of marriages (now four), not to mention multiple engagements and relationships, when in reality she’s hardly the first (or the last) in Hollywood to keep trying when it comes to love.

And isn’t the saying that it gets greater, later? Best of luck to Bennifer 2.0.

Something to sip on

Emilia Clarke poses on the red carpet at The Fashion Awards 2019 in London on December 2, 2019.

I worked out for the first time in a minute because of Emilia Clarke and have been paying better attention to my diet.

The revelation from the “Game of Thrones” actor that she’s “missing” parts of her brain, after having suffered two devastating aneurysms, was a huge wake-up call. Clarke’s case is a stark reminder of how life can change in an instant.

She is just the latest example of a celebrity using a deep personal crisis to inform and help others.

Not only did she survive, but she’s thriving and helping others with her Same You organization, which seeks to educate others about and help those who have suffered from strokes and brain injuries.

I have so much admiration for how she is using one of the darkest periods of her life to shine a light on an important subject.

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Tommy Lee’s Wife Brittany Furlan Says It’s ‘All Good’ With Pamela Anderson After Rumored Feud



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Tommy Lee’s wife Brittany Furlan revealed she’s in a good place with his ex-wife, Pamela Anderson, following a recent rumored feud between the ladies. The comedian, 36, made the announcement on Friday night, March 31 after her stand-up set at Hollywood’s Improv club. “We’re all good. We want happiness, we want everyone to be friends,” she said to TMZ.

The drama began after fans claimed Brittany was dragging Pamela in a since-deleted TikTok. In it, Brittany used a “90s Pam Makeup” filter on herself and pretended to be the Baywatch star barely reacting to Brittany’s hypothetical death, according to TMZ. “Pam if I died,” Brittany had tagged the clip. The comic would end up writing, “Pls guys I gotta make jokes it’s how I cope,” before deleting the video altogether.

On Friday, Brittany told TMZ that she has yet to hear from Pamela after the TikTok video went viral. However, she said that she would be more than happy to sit down with the actress and hash it all out, per the outlet.

Prior to the self-deprecating TikTok, Brittany had shared a video letting her fans know how she was doing after the release of Pamela’s documentary and memoir Love, Pamela. In them, the Barbed Wire vet spoke extensively about her rocky 1995-1998 marriage to Tommy Lee, which caused some online hate towards Brittany, per People.  “I’m lucky to have a really loving husband who honestly laughs all the stuff off and could care less,” Brittany said in the clip, according to the outlet. “So, don’t worry about anything and thank you to everyone that’s been sticking up for me”

Pamela, who shares two sons, Brandon and Dylan, with Tommy, has not commented on the Brittany TikTok drama. In addition, she appeared to cheer on the couple, who married in 2019, when she made an appearance on The Howard Stern Show in January.

“He’s married and happy, and she’s good to him and I totally support that and think that’s great,” Pamela told the shock jock.  “I hate to be annoying and going through this again. I’m sure she’s annoyed, but I respect their relationship, and [I’m] just glad he’s happy and he has somebody in his life.”

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EXCLUSIVE: Thomas Haden Church Teases His Return As Sandman In Future Spider-Man Films



EXCLUSIVE: Thomas Haden Church Teases His Return As Sandman In Future Spider-Man Films

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‘Selling Sunset’s Mary Fitzgerald Reveals She Had A Heartbreaking Miscarriage



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Mary Fitzgerald revealed she and her husband Romain Bonnet suffered a miscarriage. The Selling Sunset star, 42, took to her Instagram on Friday, March 31 to share the heartbreaking news, saying they had initially discovered they were expecting their first child together during their honeymoon to Indonesia in January. “We were in Bali, we got pregnant and, unfortunately, that didn’t work out.,” Mary explained.

She also said that there were complications. “I also apparently had what they called septic miscarriage, so I had to go in for surgery for that,” Mary added, referencing a miscarriage with a uterine infection.

“The reason why I’m speaking out now is because I do realize how common this is and how many people go through this, and it is not easy,” she continued. “I needed a minute because there are so many eyes on me and everyone judges and everything, and it has been rough to say the least, but there’s still hope.”

The caption for the video was filled with as much heartbreak and hope as the video itself. “It’s not always sunshine and butterflies, and that is ok. I wanted to share this in the hopes of letting others know they are not alone. I promised I would be truthful and keep you guys updated, ” Mary wrote. “We won’t be giving up… and if this message speaks to you in any way or you are feeling down, helpless, alone… please know we are in this together. Hang in there…”

Romain commented on the post and showed off his unwavering love and support for his new bride. “It’s just the beginning of our journey my princess and i promise I will always be here to support you in every step of the way ❤️❤️,” the 30-year-old realtor wrote.

Meanwhile, Mary, who has one adult son from a previous relationship, spoke EXCLUSIVELY with HollywoodLife about her and Romain’s 12-year age difference, which at one time appeared to be a real concern for Selling Sunset fans. “I don’t let it get to me too much. I just try to ignore most of it. I know who I am. I know what my relationship is with Romain. We’re very secure. I don’t try to pay too much attention to it,” she told HL.

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