Jana Kramer and husband Mike Caussin weighed in on the drama between Danny Amendola and ex Olivia Culpo, and it doesn’t seem like Caussin thinks very highly of the model.
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Amendola, 33, made headlines earlier this month when he ranted about Culpo on Instagram, saying the 26-year-old “chooses and wants to be noticed on the internet and in Hollywood to make money” after she was spotted getting close with Zedd at Coachella. The Detroit Lions wide receiver, who has been dating Culpo off and on since 2016, later deleted the post and blamed his outburst on a “miscommunication.”
Danny Amendola and Olivia Culpo attend The 2017 ESPYS at Microsoft Theater on July 12, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. Kevin Mazur/Getty Images
But Caussin, 32, isn’t buying that excuse. “Miscommunication, my ass,” the NFL alum declared on the Monday, April 29, episode of his and Kramer’s “Whine Down” podcast. “He said what he said. He was either drunk or just angry and typed away.”
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Then he shaded the Miss Universe winner: “Olivia Culpo has clearly been a climber. Look at her dating history. She’s dated Tim Tebow. She’s dated Ryan Lochte. She dated Nick Jonas. She dated Danny. Now she’s talking to Zedd.”
Kramer, 35, said that Amendola’s assertion that Culpo wanted to be featured more on his social media backs Caussin’s theory. “We don’t have her side of the story, but I can see why you think she’s a social climber,” the One Tree Hill alum told her husband.
Jana Kramer and Mike Caussin attend the 2019 iHeartRadio Music Awards which broadcasted live on FOX at the Microsoft Theater on March 14, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. Rich Fury/Getty Images for iHeartMedia
Caussin and Kramer opened up about their own relationship drama on the same podcast last month, revealing that Caussin had a “massive” relapse in his sex addiction about a year prior, with Kramer saying her husband did “something he should not have done” and implying that she intercepted his extramarital liaison. “We’re just basically happy that someone didn’t show up,” she told listeners at the time. “I showed up at the hotel instead.”
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The couple have been married since May 2015 and have two children: daughter Jolie, 3, and son Jace, 5 months.
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Rebel Wilson and Jacob Busch Began Dating Before Pandemic: It’s ‘Serious’
Secret romance! Rebel Wilson is dating Jacob Busch, Us Weekly can confirm, and it turns out, the couple have been keeping their relationship low profile while they figured out their feelings. “They are officially boyfriend and girlfriend,” a source close to the actress, 40, tells Us. “They met last year and started casually dating before coronavirus hit. They…
Secret romance! Rebel Wilson is dating Jacob Busch, Us Weekly can confirm, and it turns out, the couple have been keeping their relationship low profile while they figured out their feelings.
“They are officially boyfriend and girlfriend,” a source close to the actress, 40, tells Us. “They met last year and started casually dating before coronavirus hit. They kept in touch while Rebel was in Australia, and when she returned back to the U.S., they picked back up dating again and became serious.”
Busch is enamored with Wilson and has been for a while. “Jacob adored Rebel last year before she went on her health journey,” the insider reveals, referring to her recent weight loss. “He is very old school and he is a gentleman in the way he treats Rebel. He seems to be very in love with her.”
Rebel Wilson and Jacob Busch. POOL MONACO/SIPA/ShutterstockWhile the Pitch Perfect star and the businessman made their red carpet debut on Thursday, September 24, they put their relationship on display for the first time at an August event celebrating TV host Carly Steel and her husband, Snapchat executive Jacob Andreou, hosted by Anastasia Beverly Hills CEO Anastasia Soare.
Wilson went Instagram official with Busch on Thursday ahead of Prince Albert’s Planetary Health Gala. “Quick Helen, get to the chopper!” she captioned pictures of the twosome with Helen Mirren and Kate Beckinsale. “#TeamMonaco.”
The Australia native got real about dating in February 2019. “I haven’t had any weird [dating experiences]. My friend had one where, like, the guy asked to lick her armpits on the first date,” she told Us and other reporters. “So luckily I haven’t had anything weird. I haven’t had any crazy experiences yet.”
Wilson reiterated her point while speculating about why she had not found The One. “Every date I’ve been on in the last few years has been very respectful and lovely,” she said, noting that she “didn’t really date anybody” in her 20s and that was “probably why [she was] still single.”
The Isn’t It Romantic star then shared that her ideal partner would have “definitely some kind of strength” before joking: “If I feel like I could beat them in a jelly wrestling competition, then maybe that’s not the dude for me.”
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Aldis Hodge to take flight as Hawkman in DC’s Black Adam
DC’s Black Adam movie with Dwayne Johnson has found the next member to join the Justice Society of America. Aldis Hodge, seen in this year’s The Invisible Man, is in talks to play comics favorite Hawkman in the film directed by Jungle Cruise’s Jaume Collet-Serra, EW has learned. The character, a.k.a. Carter Hall, is a…
DC’s Black Adam movie with Dwayne Johnson has found the next member to join the Justice Society of America.
Aldis Hodge, seen in this year’s The Invisible Man, is in talks to play comics favorite Hawkman in the film directed by Jungle Cruise’s Jaume Collet-Serra, EW has learned.
The character, a.k.a. Carter Hall, is a warrior with giant birdlike wings, a bird-shaped helmet, and a fierce mace. The original Carter Hall was a reincarnation of an ancient Egyptian prince who’d lived many different lives over the years. His origins were changed later in the comics to become Katar Hol, a member of an alien race of winged soldiers from the planet Thanagar.
Hodge previously portrayed MC Ren in Straight Outta Compton, and he will be seen this year as Jim Brown in Regina King’s directorial debut, One Night in Miami, which recently screened at the Venice and Toronto Film Festivals.
Hawkman was recently revealed during the DC FanDome event as one of four heroes who will appear in Black Adam as part of the Justice Society, the others being Atom Smasher, Doctor Fate, and Cyclone. Noah Centineo was previously announced in the role of Atom Smasher.
Johnson will debut as the magic-powered antihero Black Adam in the film before joining Zachary Levi in the Shazam sequel.
“I love that he doesn’t walk the line and has his own sense of Black Adam justice, and I love that his origins are that of a slave — his people were enslaved and his family was enslaved… he felt the burden and pressures of a larger entity holding him down,” Johnson said during DC FanDome. “When you come from that place, there’s a different energy… which informs how Black Adam operates.”
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‘Fargo’ stars Chris Rock in a mob tale that rolls along a bit too slowly
The FX series was one of many delayed by coronavirus, having completed nine of its 11 episodes before the pandemic shut down production. Series creator Noah Hawley and his team were able to resume filming, although those final episodes haven’t been seen, so even critics don’t know if the big build-up actually pays off in…
The FX series was one of many delayed by coronavirus, having completed nine of its 11 episodes before the pandemic shut down production. Series creator Noah Hawley and his team were able to resume filming, although those final episodes haven’t been seen, so even critics don’t know if the big build-up actually pays off in a satisfying manner.As is, the new “Fargo” owes a debt to every Mafia movie ever made, but perhaps foremost to the graphic-novel-turned-2002-movie “Road to Perdition,” at least in the look and tone. A key dramatic device also brings to mind Jack Kirby’s epic “Fourth World” comic books of the 1970s: Leaders of warring factions (and in that case, planets) swapping sons in order to maintain an uneasy truce between them.The premiere establishes that history, and indeed the entire arc of American organized crime as it pertains to immigrants, with the rise of Jewish, Irish and Italian syndicates — whoever was “next off the boat,” it’s noted. These groups warily interact with each other, before Black mobsters enter the scene when the story begins in Kansas City in 1950, with Rock’s Loy Cannon as their boss. (Lest anyone have forgotten after the long layoff, “Fargo,” the title, is really just a state of mind, not the town referred to in the original Coen brothers movie.)”What does history tell us? Peace don’t last for long,” the narration notes at the outset, setting an ominous tone for virtually everything that follows.Cannon trades his son with the rival Italian mob, run by Schwartzman’s slightly fidgety Josto Fadda, himself the product of an earlier heir swap. Yet Fadda has his own internal troubles, with his ruthless brother Gaetano (“Gomorrah’s” Salvatore Esposito) having come over from the old country and itching for a fight.”Fargo” provides an assortment of lovingly constructed shots, artful split screens and eccentric characters, including Timothy Olyphant (not far from his “Justified” days) as a philosophical lawman who objects to strong language; Jessie Buckley as a nurse whose stiff outward demeanor doesn’t tell the whole story; and Ben Whishaw — who really steals the show — as an Irishman raised by the Italians, who becomes the world-weary chaperone of Cannon’s kid.Rock and Schwartzman sink their teeth into these serious dramatic roles, and there’s still plenty of the series’ trademark quirkiness, such as naming one of Loy’s lieutenants Doctor Senator (played by the ever-reliable Glynn Turman).Too often, though, the narrative moves at a crawl, filled with long conversations that carry the impending threat of violence. It’s fine if you’re there just to luxuriate in the atmosphere (which includes a glorious black-and-white episode later in the run), and a little frustrating if you’d prefer a bit more urgency about where all these roads lead and intersect.Given the spotty history of translating movies to TV, the first season of “Fargo” was a minor miracle — capturing the film’s peculiar rhythms — and the second was almost equally impressive. The third, however, featuring Ewan McGregor in a dual role, slipped from that creative plateau, and the fourth ranks right around that line, well below the show’s apex.That isn’t bad company, but in the “Fargo” pecking order, it’s closer to the runt of the litter than the top dog.”Fargo” premieres Sept. 27 at 9 p.m. on FX and the next day on FX on Hulu.