In this episode:
- Remember going out? Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott sure do – They were spotted leaving an LA hot spot after a night out.
- Why was Pete Davidson’s new movie “The King of Staten Island” pulled from drive-in movie theaters?
- And a new celebrity-studded PSA for the “I Take Responsibility” campaign is basically Gal Gadot’s “Imagine” 2.0.
Here’s a closer look at some of today’s stories:
Do Kylie and Travis think that’s 2019?
Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott both enjoyed a jaunt about town on Saturday in Los Angeles.
The parents to 2-year-old daughter Stormi were photographed leaving The Nice Guy separately, with Jenner, 22, shielding her face from the paparazzi as she walked out of the restaurant.
Scott, 28, was spotted hopping into an awaiting car, covering his face with a bottle.
Reps for Jenner and Scott did not immediately return our request for comment.
King of Staten Island but not the drive-in
Pete Davidson’s “The King of Staten Island” was mysteriously pulled – from drive-in theaters last week, according to Variety.
The semi-autobiographical film, which focuses on “Saturday Night Live” star Pete Davidson’s childhood in the borough, was instead. released Friday for video only.
“There was no explanation” from Universal, one drive-in theater owner told the outlet. “They changed their mind.”
Another theater owner told Variety, “This caused a considerable amount of ill will with customers who bought tickets online showing up for Thursday 7 p.m. show. ”
A new celebrity-studded PSA for the “I Take Responsibility” campaign is getting criticized online for its overly dramatic delivery and for stars “making this about” themselves. It featured “influential voices from the white community [taking] responsibility for turning the racist tide in America. “
The black-and-white video starts out with stars like Sarah Paulson, Aaron Paul, Kesha, Justin Theroux, Debra Messing, Bryce Dallas Howard, and more solemnly staring at the camera and saying, “I take responsibility,” followed by a time. They may have ignored racial injustice.
Julianne Moore tweeted the video and added, “Today, #ITakeResponsibility for my role in eradicating racism in America. Unless white America acknowledges its privilege, systemic racism will persist. Act Now. What will you commit to? “