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July 18, 2014

Blake Lively Covers Vogue, Talks Preserve, Ryan Reynolds and Gossip Girl

Blake Lively Vogue Preserve
Blake Lively talks about Martha Stewart’s last-minute help when she married Ryan Reynolds in the August 2014 issue of Vogue. (Photo: VOGUE/Mario Testino)

Blake Lively covers the new issue of Vogue and the photo shoot is lovely but the accompanying article is…strange. So strange, in fact, that Jezebel compiled all of the weirdest quotes. (They missed the part where she slams Gossip Girl, though: “You’re not really acting anymore. You’re reciting. I could have fought harder and made Gossip Girl something different, but I also needed to have a life, you know?”) Ugh.

-In other magazine cover news, Kristen Wiig looks amazing in the August issue of Elle.

-Congrats to Rachel Bilson and Hayden Christensen, who just welcomed a baby girl.

Mary-Kate & Ashley Olsen styled a wedding, and it was actually kind of great.

Anna Kendrick shared a photo on her Instagram of the Pitch Perfect 2 cast having a pillow fight.

-Mr. & Mrs. Smith 2? Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt will reunite onscreen in a new movie that Jolie will also write and direct.

-Progress: Star Wars Episode VII now has more female speaking roles than the entire original trilogy.

-The cast of the Big Bang Theory is going the Friends route and demanding $1 million per episode. Yuck.

Tim McGraw slapped a fan upside the head when she tried to grab his crotch. According to his rep, he merely “swatted” her hand away. The video doesn’t really support that, but on the other hand, she tried to GRAB HIS CROTCH.

Conan O’Brien and Dave Franco joined Tinder and things got weird. Dave is incredibly funny and charming in this, proving he > his brother.

-What the hell is Jennifer Love Hewitt wearing at the CBS press tour?! On the plus side, Shane from The L Word is coming back to TV (and apparently hasn’t aged in decades).

-The trailer for the new season of Homeland is ok, but there’s nothing that could convince me to watch that show again.

-A sequel to The Secret Diaries of Lizzie Bennett? I’m so in!

Jason Biggs apologized for jokes about the Malaysia Airlines crash and deleted the controversial tweets. Too late, buddy.

-Here’s the first trailer for the rom-com The One I Love starring Elisabeth Moss, which got raves at Sundance.