There was some Olivia Wilde drama over the weekend sparked by tabloids, and it ended with a  salad dressing recipe that has fans in a frenzy. The details around the drama involve her dissolved relationship with Jason Sudeikis, Wilde also took time on Instagram to share the salad dressing recipe that gets referenced in the chaos — and it turned out it's actually pretty basic. The dressing is simply two tablespoons of Grey Poupon added to two tablespoons of red wine vinegar, and six tablespoons of olive oil slowly whisked in. Not very complicated at all, but definitely now a hit on social media.


Golden age of Hollywood actor Anna May Wong will be the first Asian American to be featured on U.S. currency, her signature cut bangs and eyebrows on the front of quarters. It's the fifth currency design from the American Women Quarters Program, which spotlights women who broke ground in their respective industries. Other recipients of the honor include Maya Angelou, Sally Ride, Wilma Mankiller, and Nin Otero-Warren. Wong is said to be Hollywood's first Chinese American star, who overcame bouts of discriminiation and had an illustrious career that spanned four decades.


You might be saying goodbye to your network scripted shows you may have watched in bed at 10 p.m. before knocking out for the night. NBCUniversal is considering letting local networks take control of the primetime hour, and CBS and ABC are expected to follow suit a short time later, according to Hearst Television chief Jordan Wertleib. The changes look to be happening as streaming networks become the primary driver of scripted content and viewership decreases on linear television. The idea is to rework the 10 p.m. hour into products that are enticing enough for people to step away from their streaming platforms to tune in.