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What’s Next For Brangelina’s Custody Agreement?

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Brangelina‘s temporary custody agreement ends tomorrow, and sources tell People negotiations remain “strained.” Meanwhile, Angelina and the kids were reportedly interviewed by the FBI on Tuesday.

Emma Stone kicked her Oscar campaign into high gear by bringing Jennifer Lawrence as her date to a La La Land screening.  Frankly, I think she and Ryan Gosling will have it in the bag if they just recreate this scene on every red carpet for the next couple of months.

-Proving that everyone really does know everyone else in Hollywood, Tobey Maguire was photographed partying with Justin Bieber’s ex Sofia Richie just before his split announcement.

-Meanwhile, Justin Bieber would like fans to express their excitement at his concerts with polite head nods. If you’re *really* feeling it, you can tap your toes. But only if you must.

Rihanna‘s employee’s  created a pinata of her head for Boss Appreciation Day because they clearly don’t value their personal safety.

-I’m weirdly proud that Robbie Amell and Italia Ricci are big enough stars to get a full spread in Us Weekly devoted to their wedding. I hope they made lots of bank from it. (Too bad the photo of her chowing down on a Big Mac at the reception only made the print edition.)

-Is anyone else noticing that all the superhero shows are bottoming out in the ratings this season? Are we superhero’d out?

-I have questions about Rory in the new Gilmore Girls posters. Mainly, why didn’t they give her a sweater? And why doesn’t she hold objects like a normal human being?

Ellen Degeneres has laughed off those rumours that she and Portia are getting a divorce in her new People cover story.

Sarah Jessica Parker says rumours of a feud with Kim Cattrall “confound” and “upset” her.

Scarlett Johansson is opening a gourmet popcorn shop in Paris. Um, ok.

Colin Firth joining Emily Blunt in the Mary Poppins reboot sounds kinda perfect.

Lindsay Lohan wants to help Syrian refugees…by giving them energy drinks. Aw sweetie, Red Bull won’t *actually* give them wings.

Michael Moore dropped a surprise movie about Trump last night.

Laura Benanti returned to the Late Show last night with her pitch-perfect Melania impression.

-Meanwhile, Amy Schumer wrote an open letter to Tampa after a bunch of Trump supporters walked out of her show.

-I’m so curious to see if Casey Affleck‘s sexual assault accusations are going to derail his Oscar chances like Nate Parker‘s did. The Magic 8 Ball seems to indicate “not at this time.

-Meanwhile, Birth of a Nation could lose $10M for Fox.

-The first teaser for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is here and it’s pretty damn great. Baby Groot!

First Looka at Emma Watson and Dan Stevens in Beauty and the Beast

-Not gonna lie; these first photos of Emma Watson as Belle and Dan Stevens as the Beast hit me right in the heart guts.

-Also, Emma is still made of awesome. And hanging with our PM.

-According to E! News, Brangelina has reached a temporary agreement, with both having agreed to participate in individual counseling and Pitt agreeing that his first visit with his children will be with a therapist(!).

-Meanwhile, I was really hoping that Us Weekly would drop something big about Brangelina today. Quotes from their former bodyguard about how they used to pass love notes on the set of Mr. & Mrs. Smith isn’t really cutting it.

Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds have once again blessed the world by sharing their perfect DNA and welcoming a second child.

-Justin Theroux says he found the sweatpants scene in The Leftovers “mortifying.” “It’s like having someone yank your shorts down in public. It doesn’t feel great.”

Nate Parker just keeps digging a hole for himself on the Birth of a Nation press tour.

Nicole Kidman says of her marriage to Tom Cruise: “I was so young when I got married,” she said. “I look back now and I’m like, ‘What?’”

-My favourite issue of EW is always the reunion one, and it looks like this year’s won’t disappoint. Look at their Who’s the Boss one! Mona’s still got it.

-The extended version of Ghostbusters reportedly fixes the film’s biggest problems.

-Has Joshua Jackson moved on from Diane Kruger? With someone who isn’t me? *pout*

Lorne Michaels says it was Tina Fey’s idea to make Alec Baldwin SNL’s new Donald Trump. Don’t blame her for everything!

-I love that everyone’s talking about Shia LaBeouf’s rattail in American Honey. It might have been my favourite part of that movie.

-The Fall is back in the UK for season three. I still didn’t get through the second season; lord knows how long they can sustain this premise.

-Wait, Westworld will remind of us Dollhouse? That’s…not good.

-Here’s the first round of Oscar predictions. I’m surprised everyone is assuming Dev Patel will be in the supporting category, though I guess it makes sense ’cause he doesn’t show up in Lion until an hour in.

-Oh great, there’s another new CW show that sounds right up my alley. I should just hand over my paycheque to this network.

Jesse Tyler Ferguson tweeting against the guy who writes the AV Club recaps of Modern Family kinda makes me think Jesse Tyler Ferguson is a terrible person.

-There’s a new Twin Peaks teaser. I still can’t believe this is happening.

-The only good thing I’ve heard about Zach Galifianakis‘ new movie masterminds is the scene where he and Kate McKinnon improv ridiculous engagement photo poses, and they’ve already released it. Guess we don’t have to watch the rest, then.

Lupita Nyong’o Is Covered


Lupita Nyong’o’s Vogue and Time Out covers couldn’t be more different — and yet I adore them both.

-And here we go: Brad Pitt released a statement saying he won’t be attending tomorrow night’s premiere of Voyage of Time because “I’m currently focused on my family situation and don’t want to distract attention away from this extraordinary film.”

Angelina Jolie reported scrapped her “beloved” film project to avoid working with Pitt.

-Meanwhile, we’ve reached the phase where famous folks who are tangentially related to Brangelina are required to give awkward statements about the split. You’re up, Justin Theroux!

Gina Rodriguez‘s fierce take on “Super Bass” is pretty damn great. Slay, girl!

-The more I read about HBO’s Westworld, the more I don’t really care to watch it. Of all the TV critics I follow, my opinions often align with Mo’s, and she seems beyond tired of violent prestige dramas that use violence against women.

Selena Gomez talks about becoming Instagram’s most followed person (without really trying).

Rob Kardashian tweeted sister Kylie’s phone number to his 6.6 million followers because she didn’t invite Blac Chyna to her own baby shower. Seems fair.

-It turns out that Will & Grace reunion really was for the election. Though it’s fun to see them all again (and they look amazing) in a new 10-minute scene, I’m not sure this show ages well. Karen‘s casual racism and Jack‘s ignorance aren’t quite as charming these days, no?

-Meanwhile, Rob Lowe played every undecided voter ever on Colbert last night.

Madonna defended Rosie O’Donnell following Donald Trump‘s debate comments, tweeting “Mess with my girl Rosie and you’re messing with me!!!”

-I almost bought a pair of Fergalicious boots last weekend (which devolved into explaining to a confused sales guy my complicated feelings about Fergie, complete with a diatribe about onstage peeing and milk-laden videos). But at least I like what she wore to Fashion Week!

Gigi Hadid spoke out about that fashion show attack in today’s issue of Lenny: “Honestly, I felt I was in danger, and I had every right to react the way I did. If anything, I want girls to see the video and know that they have the right to fight back, too, if put in a similar situation.”

-Like her or not, it’s pretty cool that Amy Schumer is the first woman to land on Forbes’ highest-paid comedians list.

-Director Olivier Assayas calls Kristen Stewart the “best actress of her generation.” The two movies I like her most in are both his but still…no.

-I really liked this article on the perils of plot twists in brand new shows, specifically This is Us and Pitch: “Pilots are meant to establish the rules of the game, and twists are meant to be game-changers — and it’s hard to feel the full effect of a game-changer if you aren’t even sure what the game is.”

-Meanwhile, is this the best fall TV season in recent memory?

-I dropped Supergirl pretty early but I’ll give it another try because it’s now on the CW (and that network seems to be hardwired into my heart). Also, this trailer introducing Tyler Hoechlin as Superman is hella charming.

Annette Bening, Elle Fanning, and Greta Gerwig face a crisis of confidence in the 20th Century Women trailer.

Viola Davis and Denzel Washington are struggling to raise a family in the ’50s in this Fences trailer, which gave me goosebumps on top of goosebumps.