Shailene Woodley Wants to Be the Julia Roberts to Miles Teller’s George Clooney

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In the new issue of Vanity Fair, Shailene Woodley says, “I look at Miles [Teller] and, like, I’m sort of Julia Roberts in the same way she is to [George Clooney]. Their relationship I could see being our relationship in 20 years, and that really is special.”
Shailene Woodley looks amazing (though very un-Shailene Woodley-y) on the cover of Vanity Fair, where she talks about her dream of continuing a platonic working relationship with Miles Teller, calls George Clooney “an angel in my life,” and says she’s hesitant to date another actor because most “don’t want to get dirty.”

-Speaking of cover girls, Keira Knightley tells Glamour that she gives herself a $50k salary and says of costar Adam Levine: “He did play a d-ckhead very well.”

Taylor Swift made a Drake-themed craft project for Ed Sheeran and it’s awesome. It shows a cross-stitched Sheeran and Swift climbing a staircase and reads, “STARTED FROM THE BOTTOM, NOW WE HERE.”

-Today, Angelina Jolie kicked off a 4-day summit that will involve more than 100 countries and discuss ending sexual violence during conflict. Watch video of her powerful speech here.

Hugh Jackman just shaved his head for his role in the upcoming Pan. Still hot.

George Clooney is going back to TV…kind of.

-There was a Roswell reunion (yay!) and everyone showed up except Katherine Heigl (yay squared!).

-Everyone who complained about how white The Hollywood Reporter’s drama actress roundtable was is really going to be unimpressed by the drama actor one.

Halle Berry has been ordered to pay her ex Gabriel Aubry $16k per month in child support.

-In case you’ve heard that Tracy Morgan‘s leg was amputated, it’s not true.

-Meanwhile, FX has issued a lovely statement on the future of Tracy‘s new series, saying “his show will be waiting for him.”

Jennifer Lopez rocked some tight pants with Jimmy Fallon last night.

-In other late night news, Lena Dunham did an interpretive dance to Sia’s “Chandelier” on Late Night with Seth Meyers. I don’t entirely get it, but it was entertaining.

-Also on Late Night with Seth Meyers, Steve Buscemi confronted the Buscemi-Eyes meme.

-Fox won’t even burn off episodes of Us & Them, starring Alexis Bledel and Jason Ritter. The network simply won’t be airing the show at all.

Sandra Bullock laughed off questions about her relationship with Chris Evans — without confirming or denying anything.

-Today in real estate porn, this is where Rihanna is renting for $60k/month.

James Franco wrote a really terrible short story about his much-discussed encounter with Lindsay Lohan — and he calls her “damaged.”

-Baby bump watchers got an eyeful this week from Rachel Bilson and Mila Kunis.

-God bless BuzzSugar for capturing my entire experience of watching The Fault in Our Stars in GIFs.

-Speaking of TFIOS, this is the perfect response to that stupid anti-YA article in Slate.

-I haven’t watched this week’s Louie because I’m still trying to process the last episode (more on that here), but by all accounts, Jeremy Renner acted the shit out of it.

-EW has a great lookback on the 20th anniversary of Speed, which makes me want to rewatch it immediately.

-This promo for the ATX festival is awesome, mostly because of the FNL alums.

Kate Hudson has no sympathy for exes Lance Armstrong and Alex Rodriguez, saying they “should reap the consequences” of their doping scandals.

-I love and adore Sutton Foster (Bunheads!). She deserves better than starring in a show with Hilary Duff — though it does look sort of cute.



Jen McDonnell is an entertainment freelancer and social media specialist. She put her celeb stalking skills to good use as managing editor of Likes: pop culture, celebrity dirt, guilty pleasure TV, George Clooney, cheese. Dislikes: people who use 'begs the question' incorrectly. Follow Jen on Twitter @jen_mcdonnell. Follow Jen

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