Zooey Deschanel Slams Online Hate, Sandra Bullock Says She Googles Herself and More

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Welcome to your Tuesday edition of celebrity headlines! On tap for today we have Sandra Bullock’s thoughts on self-Googling, Zooey Deschanel’s take on girl-on-girl hate and Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s return to television. These stories and more in today’s celebrity headlines!

Here are the 6 stories you need to read this morning:

1. Even Sandra Bullock can’t resist the allure of the Googling herself. The Gravity star recently told People that she has searched for herself online to see “tidbits of what people really think” about her. So what did she find? Bullock says she uncovered a blend of positive and negative comments — a substantial amount pertaining to her romantic history and age. “No human being should ever read the comments sections or ever Google one’s self at any time.” Lesson learned. [Cosmopolitan]

2. Joseph Gordon-Levitt is returning to television! The popular actor has created a new show titled HITRECORD ON TV — which features shorts created by Gordon-Levitt’s online community of collaborators. You can watch the entire first episode of JGL’s latest artistic venture below! [Vulture]

3. Beyoncé: The gift that keeps on giving. All five parts of Beyoncé’s short documentary, which details the creative process, musings and ideas that have gone into producing her newest album, have dropped on her YouTube channel. Take a look at part one below! [Marie Claire]

4. Will Smith opened up about the loss of his longtime Fresh Prince of Bel-Air co-star James Avery via his Facebook page Sunday night. “Some of my greatest lessons in Acting, Living and being a respectable human being came through James Avery,” Smith shared. “Every young man needs an Uncle Phil. Rest in Peace.” [Seattlepi]

5. Zooey Deschanel says social media is a form of middle school nastiness. “If there’s one thing I’d like to graduate from, it’s girl-on-girl hate,” says the New Girl star, who is one of four comedic actresses to grace the cover of Elle’s fourth annual Women in TV issue. [E Online]

6. Did you watch the fourth season premiere of Downton Abbey on Sunday? The return of the popular series became the highest-rated drama in PBS history Sunday night netting an average 10.2 million viewers over the course of the two-hour episode. [Hollywood Reporter]

What’s your favorite headline from today?

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