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Mila Kunis Shoots Down Pregnancy Rumours

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Kate McKinnon interviews costar Mila Kunis in the new issue of Cosmo, in which she talks about first reconnecting with Ashton Kutcher over social media, and how  her family sometimes believes tabloid stories about her.

-The idea of Justin Timberlake begging Drake to do a collab tickles me more than it probably should.

-At a backyard party on the Fourth of July, Chance The Rapper got down on one knee and asked his girlfriend, Kirsten Corley, to marry him. I’m gonna sound like my grandma right now, but he probably should have put a shirt on first.

Idris Elba  is in final talks to play the villain in the Fast and Furious spinoff starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Jason Statham. This is already the best F&F movie ever made! (Somewhere, do you think Vin Diesel is weeping softly?)

-I’m digging season 2 of GLOW but yeah, this one thing is bothers me too (probably because in the first season it never even occurred to me that it could be their endgame).

This tweet compared Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas to New Girl’s Cece and Schmidt and now it’s all I can see.

-The photo of Jay Z wearing a helmet while riding a jet ski has gone viral because…well, have you seen it?

-The Beckhams presented a united front on their 19th anniversary. But no one seems particularly convinced though because we’re all cynical beshes.

Lupita Nyong’o and Kristen Stewart keep inching closer to that Charlie’s Angels reboot that Elizabeth Banks is directing, but nothing’s been confirmed.

-I like that Selena Gomez spent Independence Day with her Wizards of WaverlyPlace costar David Henrie. He seems like a good egg.

Julianna Margulies says she rejected an invite to guest on The Good Fight in season one because she “didn’t think that was fair” to the cast. “I felt like, ‘Get on your own two feet. Do your thing.’ Because if Alicia had come in, in the first season, it would have been [all] about Alicia and The Good Wife. And now it’s their show.” And now TGF has surpassed TGW in every possible way.

-July 4th means Blind Item reveal day on Crazy Days and Nights. I’m side-eyeing most of these, but this one is really nice.

-Rumoured couple Chris Pine and Peaky Blinders star Annabelle Wallis look very couple-y.

Sean Penn and Leonardo DiCaprio being friends makes so much sense to me.

Amy Adams’ HBO show Sharp Objects, which debuts Sunday, continues to get stellar reviews.

T.I. says that he confronted Kanye West about his Trump comments — and their five-hour conversation about politics turned into into a collab.

-You’d think Gillian Anderson would want to stay away from alien-themed pop culture, but here she is in the UFO trailer. I’m not complaining.

Selena Gomez Talks About Being The Reluctant Queen of Instagram

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Selena Gomez looks happy and healthy on the new cover of Harper’s Bazaar, in which she talks about her complex relationship to Instagram, and her increasing appreciation for her Latin heritage.

Prince William, Catherine, Prince Harry, and Meghan Markle took the stage at the first annual Royal Foundation forum. I was incredibly impressed by how well Markle did.

-It looks like Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom are at it again. They were spotted together in Prague.

-An E! ex-employee backed up stylist Suzie Hardy‘s allegations against Ryan Seacrest on the Today Show, saying he witnessed several incidents of misconduct against her. “She would go to tie his shoe, and Ryan would shove her head toward his crotch. I saw that more than once.” Seacrest says Hardy is lying, and claims she offered to withdraw her allegations if he paid her millions. “This person who has accused me of horrible things tried to buy her silence by asking for money on multiple occasions — I refused. I don’t want to accuse anyone of not telling the truth but in this case, I have no choice but to again deny the claims against me, remind people that I was recused of any wrongdoing, and put the matter to rest.”

-Variety is pushing back on Seacrest‘s claim that they didn’t reach out to him for comment on their story. (Also, the replies to that thread prove that people have no idea how journalism works.)

-Meanwhile, he is still set to start shooting the new season of Idol later this week, and is still scheduled to host E!’s Oscar red carpet on Sunday.  But some publicists say they plan on steering their clients away from him.

-Also, Kelly Ripa is reportedly remaining “fully supportive” of Seacrest.

-This might be the craziest Oscars in a while in terms of how up in the air the Best Picture category is. It feels like most experts expect a tight race between Shape Of Water and Three Billboards, with a possible upset from Get Out (which I think should win).

-I love these 60-second recaps of Oscar noms.  Here’s Three Billboards, Dunkirk, Lady Bird, Phantom Thread, Call Me By Your Name and The Shape of Water. All spoilery, of course.

Nick Kroll and John Mulaney debuted their new insufferable hipster characters on Conan. I hope they host this weekend’s Spirit Awards in character.

-I’m glad that everyone is shouting out Jesse Plemons’ performance in Game Night. It feels like one of those movies that’s going to be forgotten about really quickly, but if you’re looking for something funny after the Oscars, I laughed a lot.

Kal Penn talked about his time working at the White House, and how weird it now is to be playing a White House  a press secretary on Designated Survivor.

-The early reviews for Jessica Jones’ second season is that it drags a bit, but is still good.

-Speaking of season two reviews, Atlanta is reportedly “now less a television series than a conceptual work of art — a fractured feat of storytelling that works on mood more than momentum.”

This roundtable with the stars/writers of the new Roseanne makes me want to watch the reboot.

Ta-Nehisi Coates writing Captain America makes me want to start reading comics.

Kelly Clarkson can even make Google-translated songs sound good.

-I want to watch all the movies that the kids from The Florida Project pitched.

-This is really good advice from a former Survivor star about being on reality TV.

Kevin Costner tries to survive frontier life in the trailer for Paramount Network’s new drama Yellowstone.

Gillian Anderson Gets A Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

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Gillian Anderson got a star on the Walk of Fame, which was attended by Joel McHale, Brian Fuller and Annabeth Gish.  David Duchovny didn’t attend — but he did send a very sweet tweet.

Jennifer Lawrence posted a very cute video on Facebook with Emma Stone explaining why they didn’t end up at Golden Globes after-parties.

-I love that Meghan Markle continues to wear Canadian designers. She stepped out in an amazing Smythe coat today.

Selena Gomez just did a big Instagram purge and now only follows 37 people. Sorry, you didn’t make the cut.

Jamie Bell says he and Kate Mara had a low-key wedding at their neighbour’s house. “We just walked back across the street and came home.”

-It’s over for Lena Dunham and Jack Antonoff. The couple called it quits after dating for more than 5 years. (Not a surprise to those who follow blind items.)

-Meanwhile, Tessa Thompson walked back her comments about Lena Dunham’s lack of involvement in #TimesUp (though she probably shouldn’t have).

-I’m really impressed by Emma Watson, who listened to criticism of her white feminism and made an effort to be better.

-There’s lots of talk about Harper’s Bazaar prepping a cover story that will out the woman who created the underground “Shitty Media Men” list. This is a really, really bad idea that puts a target on a woman’s back for merely trying to protect other women. Let’s hope there’s enough outcry before the print deadline for them to change their mind.

-As James Franco was voicing his support for #TimesUp backstage at the Globes, two women were accusing him of sexual misconduct on Twitter. This is the same guy who had to use a morning talk show appearance to awkwardly explain why he attempted to use social media get a 17 year old to go to his hotel room.

-By all accounts, the first two episodes of the Roseanne reboot that were made available to critics are excellent. Also by all accounts, the panel at the TCAs was incredibly awkward.

-I love that Netflix’s The End of the F***ing World is getting such great reviews. I really enjoyed that show (and not just because each episode came in around 20 minutes).

-This is a first: Netflix is shopping around BoJack Horseman’s rerun rights to traditional broadcasters.

-I’m looking forward to Jason Katims‘ new show Rise, but it’s not cool that he changed the lead character from gay (in the book) to straight to help him connect with the story. This is why we need more diverse writers rooms.

-The final trailer for Black Panther is out, and it looks amazing.