A morning mix of entertainment headlines...
Robert Pattinson has reportedly booked another post- Kristen-Stewart -affair TV interview, one that will come before his “Good Morning America” appearance on Aug. 15: he’s signed up to do “The Daily Show” on Monday. Presumably Jon Stewart will have a few quality questions for him. (Access Hollywood via Digital Spy)
Meanwhile, Rupert Sanders and his wife Liberty Ross “reunited” outside a deli on Tuesday, according to a TMZ story that finally helps us understand the true meaning of that Peaches and Herb song from more than three decades ago. The article notes that Sanders came “face-to-face” with his wife in their first public confrontation since the Stewart cheating scandal. Yet in the photo, she’s several feet away with her back turned toward him. Face-to-back would not have sounded as good, I guess. The arrows in the image that point out who’s who are very helpful, though. (TMZ)
Us unveils the first photo of Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick’s new daughter, Penelope, a child who is already closing her eyes in an attempt to shut-out the unwanted media attention. Or, possibly, she is sleeping through this Us magazine shoot. Either way: already showing good judgment, kid. (Us)
Reese Witherspoon will star in a romantic comedy? Get outta here. (The Hollywood Reporter)
Post TV critic Hank Stuever has reviewed “ Here Comes Honey Boo Boo ,” the new “Toddlers & Tiaras” spin-off. An excerpt: “The show, premiering with two episodes Wednesday night, is a horrifying and yet strangely sweet glimpse at American life as it is lived by a particular style of Americans that television finds increasingly irresistible, and yet: ‘We are not rednecks,’ claim the family’s older daughters, even as they prepare to spend their day at a redneck pride festival that features bobbing for pigs’ feet, mudhole belly-flop contests and overweight women clad in Confederate-flag bikinis.” (Washington Post)
Gillian Anderson and her partner Mark Griffin have split. They had been together since 2006 and have two sons. (People)
Here’s proof that, in the words of Buzzfeed, Kanye West is “the most considerate boyfriend.” (Buzzfeed)
“Call Me Maybe” spoofs are so over. I know, I know. But here’s one about “Dark Knight Rises” that’s kinda funny? Just don’t watch if you haven’t seen “Dark Knight Rises” yet.