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July 6, 2015

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher Got Married

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher in That 70s Show. (Fox)
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher in That 70s Show. (Fox)

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher had a surprise wedding this weekend. (Well, surprise to us. One assumes they were in the loop.) They were reportedly already legally married and threw the wedding to celebrate with their family and friends.

-Estranged marrieds Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner spent their vacation in the Bahamas together alternating between being “cordial to each other” and “just staring off into space.” Fun!

-Ben’s camp is also putting out fires when it comes to rumours of him and Margot Robbie on the set of Suicide Squad.

-Also Ben, do you really think this is the best time in your life to be slamming Marvel movies? I mean, really?

Taylor Swift had the most photographic 4th of July ever. I feel like I could never truly be friends with her because I wouldn’t have the patience to deal with her Instagram shot-staging. (And clearly, that’s the only thing stopping our BFFdom…)

-Here come the Parks and Rec feels! Amy Poehler, Rashida Jones and Rob Lowe spent the long weekend together.

-There’s something perversely wonderful about Drew Barrymore being on the cover of Hamptons Magazine.

Hugh Jackman‘s wife says that she forbids him from working with Angelina Jolie because she’s afraid they’ll hook up, is met with the world’s collective raised eyebrow…

-Following all those cheating rumoursKourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick have called it quits.

-Ugh. In her new Cosmo cover story, Sarah Jessica Parker says she’s not a feminist, she’s a “humanist.”

-I’m so glad UnREAL got renewed (even if it makes zero sense from a ratings/business viewpoint.) It’s great.

-I liked this article on Channing Tatum’s evolution from a perceived ‘dull beefcake dude’ to a movie star loved by both men and women. (Though anyone who ever thought he was dull just wasn’t reading the right interviews. Remember the time he took a GQ reporter to a stranger’s house, a bar, and a jail before they camped outside in their Snuggies?)

-Speaking of Channing,I’m not sure about Variety’s positioning of the female gaze being somehow subversive now, but this is a great take on Magic Mike XXL. “Is that what it’s like to be a straight man looking at most media? No wonder so many of them are resistant to changing that.”

-Oh god. There’s a blog dedicated to Amal Clooney’s style. Goodbye, free time! I wasn’t using you productively anyway.

-Speaking of time-wasters, the ATX Festival just posted the video of the Dawson’s Creek live-readMae Whitman played Dawson, Suits’ Patrick J. Adams played Joey, Orphan Black’s Kristian Bruun was Bess, and Kerr Smith acted as Jen.

-If it were any other show, I’d be pumped at news that Jeffrey Dean Morgan was joining the cast. But seeing as The Good Wife had no idea what to do with the delicious cinnamon roll that is Matthew Goode, I’m not hopeful about this news.

-The latest Ant-Man trailer isn’t afraid to name-drop The Avengers. Smart.