Here's what we know:
• In honor of St. Patrick's Day, actress and former Carl's Jr. spokeswoman Kate Upton shared a topless throwback pic on Instagram (above). Upon closer inspection, though, this photo has absolutely nothing to do with St. Paddy's Day other than the fact that it's kinda green, and that her followers are really lucky she's topless.
• Speaking of famous Carl's Jr. spokesmodels, we've twice interviewed the lovely Charlotte McKinney about her other, non-burger-related campaigns. Watch the clip below to see why McKinney loves embracing her curves for GUESS (or ), then go Yelp a burger joint. (We know you're craving one.)
• In an interview with Howard Stern, "Vinyl" actress Olivia Wilde recalled being told she was "too old" to play Leonardo DiCaprio's love interest in "The Wolf of Wall Street" (she was 28 at the time). Instead, the role went to 22-year-old Margot Robbie, who, ironically, is now too old to play Leo's love interest in real life.
• 20th Century Fox has released the first trailer for "X-Men: Apocalypse," and much like the zillion other "X-Men" movies, its plot concerns a threat to the entire mutant population (below). But since this installment is the only one with a melancholy Coldplay song in its trailer, you can bet the stakes are extra high:
• Rapper and actor 50 Cent has reportedly signed on to host and produce his very own variety series for A&E. "50 Cent Presents," as it's called, will feature music, comedy, dance segments, "reality experiments" and even magic, despite that exact formula not working out too well for Neil Patrick Harris.
• During a concert in Australia, Madonna invited a 17-year-old fan onto the stage only yank down the girl's top and expose one of her breasts. In defense of Madonna, she probably didn't know the girl was only 17; but on the other hand, what the holy heck, Madonna?!!
• Warner Bros. has released a second trailer for "The Legend of Tarzan" starring "True Blood" actor Alexander Skarsgård. But aside from a few new plot elements, this trailer sheds absolutely no light on the origin story of Tarzan's modern, finely tailored pants:
• According to Variety, a musical adaptation of Roald Dahl's "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" will premiere on Broadway in 2017. Unfortunately, it's too early to tell which soundtrack the producers will adapt: the beloved one from the 1971 film version, or the forgettable one from the 2005 remake. Decisions, decisions!
• And finally: Kristhielee Caride, the young woman who won Puerto Rico's Miss Universe pageant back in November, was stripped of her crown after telling a local newspaper that she doesn't "like the camera." (You'd never know it by looking at her Instagram page, though.)