The daily gossip: John Mulaney and Olivia Munn's relationship is potentially in trouble, Kristen Stewart catches the attention of Twilight fans, and more
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John Mulaney and Olivia Munn's relationship is reportedly facing 'uncertainty'
As quickly as they began, John Mulaney and Olivia Munn are now rumored to be over. Us Weekly reported this weekend that the couple's relationship is facing "uncertainty," which is a real shocker to anyone who's been following along. To recap: Mulaney went to rehab and subsequently announced his divorce from his wife, only to be days later linked to Munn, who'd apparently been pining after him in … church? Munn swiftly became pregnant with Mulaney's child and she showed off her baby bump while the couple was hanging out with their non-problematic friends Dave and Elaine Chappelle. Now a source is either trolling Us Weekly or just oblivious to the extreme understatement that is telling the publication that "this has been an imperfect relationship from the start."
Kristen Stewart says only 5 of her movies are 'really good'
If you're looking to check out some really good Kristen Stewart movies, you only have five options — according to Stewart herself. The actress, who's earning Oscar buzz for her Princess Diana performance in Spencer, told the Sunday Times she believes she's made "five really good films, out of 45 or 50 films? Ones that I go, 'Wow, that person made a top-to-bottom beautiful piece of work!'" And no, she's not just talking about the five Twilight movies, as she named two favorites as Clouds of Sils Maria and Personal Shopper. As far as what the others are, she said she'd "have to look at my credit list." Might we suggest an Adventureland rewatch?
Beyoncé could be up for an Oscar — but she might have to beat Jay-Z
Beyoncé might be the most Grammy-awarded woman of all time, yet she's been snubbed or otherwise disqualified for an Oscar nomination time and time again. But the release of the new trailer for King Richard — a film about the father of Venus and Serena Williams — teased Beyoncé's new song, "Be Alive," which might just be the breakthrough she's been looking for. According to Variety, a nomination for "Be Alive" could potentially pit Beyoncé against her husband, Jay-Z, who co-wrote potential contender "Guns Go Bang" from the forthcoming Western The Harder They Fall with Kid Cudi and Jeymes Samuel. Also potentially in the running is Billie Eilish, who wrote the theme for the new James Bond film, and The National's Aaron and Bryce Dressner, who wrote "Every Letter" for the Peter Dinklage-starring Cyrano.
The Kardashians' new show could be streaming as early as January
They always come back. Four months after the final episode aired of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Khloé Kardashian confirmed that the family's multi-year "global content" deal with Hulu will premiere "soon." Specifically, the show could be streaming "in a few months, either end of January, early February," Khloé said. "That's the beauty of Hulu, we're streaming, and we get to have a much quicker turnaround than previously. We're really excited." Kim Kardashian previously teased that the series will likely focus more on the family's business ventures than their family baggage, though of course it'll hardly be drama-free. "Even though we live next to each other and we're all weirdly obsessed with one another, there's nothing like being paid to be with one another," Khloé previously said of the family's decision to get back into reality TV. "Shoutout to Kris Jenner!"
Ed Sheeran leaves 'SNL' in a lurch with his COVID-19 diagnosis
Ed Sheeran has been thwarted from showing up unwanted in your favorite TV show again since he's apparently come down with a case of COVID-19. The singer shared on Sunday the "quick note" that he'd tested positive "so I'm now self-isolating and following government guidelines." He added that the diagnosis also means "I'm now unable to plough ahead with any in-person commitments," like, you know, appearing as the planned musical guest on Saturday Night Live on Nov. 6. Performing remotely isn't an option for some inane reason, and Sheeran reportedly wouldn't be allowed into the U.S. by the time of the show at this rate. That's left SNL producers scrambling to find "another singer who appeals to the same demo," like Shawn Mendes, Justin Bieber, or a doomed medieval minstrel.