Here's what all the hubbub's about:
• This past Monday on Instagram, former Sports Illustrated model Kate Upton shared a swimsuit pic from a photoshoot with Vogue (above), but upon closer inspection of the tiny writing in the corner, this appears to be an old pic from three years ago. It's unclear why she couldn't just give us a new swimsuit photo, but we appreciate it nonetheless.
• Speaking of ladies who have graced the cover of Sports Illustrated's Swimsuit Issue, we recently asked Hannah Davis how it feels to be responsible for maybe the most controversial cover of all time. Watch the video below for her response, as well as a peek at that controversial cover we mentioned. (Go on. You know you want to.)
• After photographing them at Disney World in Orlando and then eating brunch the next day in Miami, TMZ is reporting that Kate Hudson and Nick Jonas have "absolutely" hooked up with each other but are "not dating." In related news, TMZ doesn't seem to know what the word "dating" means.
• FOX has released its first trailer for the upcoming season of "The X-Files," which sees Mulder and Scully back on the job as two FBI investigators hunting down "the truth," which we're told is "still out there" (below). And luckily for fans of the original series, neither Mulder nor Scully has yet to realize that after 22 years and a horrible track record with this kind of thing, neither is qualified for that task.
• It's hard to believe it's been a year since they tied the knot during a lavish, star-studded wedding weekend in Venice, but George and Amal Clooney reportedly celebrated their first anniversary on Sunday with a two-hour meal at a hotel bar in West Hollywood. Welcome to married life, Amal.
• In an interview with U.K.'s The Guardian, "Martian" actor Matt Damon said that gay actors shouldn't have to disclose their sexuality to the public, and furthermore, that "whether you’re straight or gay, people shouldn’t know anything about [an actor's] sexuality because that’s one of the mysteries that you should be able to play." So we're guessing he's still miffed about not getting an audition for "Milk."
• Netflix has revealed another trailer for their new Marvel series "Jessica Jones," which is about a superheroine (Krysten Ritter) who retires to become a private detective. Judging by this preview (below), Netflix has also revealed that Jessica suffers from a drinking problem, and that she shops for furniture exclusively at West Elm:
• Meadow Walker, the daughter of late "Fast and Furious" actor Paul Walker, is reportedly suing Porsche, claiming that the company was aware of safety defects that contributed to her father's death. The suit was only filed on Monday, but we can already tell this will be a long case, if only because the L.A. Superior Court will have a tough time selecting a jury that isn't already charmed by that Wiz Khalifa song.
• And finally, in other "Fast and Furious" news, Vin Diesel confirmed on Facebook that there will be "one last trilogy" of "Fast and Furious" films to round out the series. This probably comes as quite a surprise to fans fo the franchise, as we all just naturally assumed there would be no less than fifty more of these things.