— Laura Prepon (@LauraPrepon) October 5, 2016
–Laura Prepon and Ben Foster just started dating this summer, and now they’re engaged. She showed off her ring at the Girl on the Train premiere (and tagged it on Twitter). I guess this means he’s a Scientologist too?
-Speaking of The Girl on the Train premiere, I did not love Emily Blunt’s dress.
-A source close to Angelina Jolie tells People that she and the kids have started therapy, adding “It’s been a traumatic situation.”
-Sending good thoughts Kid Cudi‘s way, who has checked into rehab for depression and suicidal thoughts.
–Jenni Konner’s story about the ridiculously gross things Lena Dunham‘s male peers say to her is horrifying.
-There are already some insane conspiracy theories about the Kim Kardashian robbery.
-Meanwhile, Paris police say Kim‘s social media made her an easy target.
-The father of Millie Bobby Brown, who plays Eleven on Stranger Things, has reportedly been demanding what amounts to a signing fee for the privilege of representing his daughter. To get Millie to sign with an agency, her dad is asking for $100k upfront. WHAT?
–Lin Manuel-Miranda wishes he could get his hands on Hamilton tickets of his own in his SNL promos.
–Kristen Chenoweth sang the Game of Thrones’ theme, and it was awesome.
-Shocking report: canceling a subscription to Jessica Alba‘s Honest Company is ludicrously hard.
–Ellie Goulding says she has no plans to have a baby with Prince Harry. Wait, was that even an option?!
–Radiohead just debuted the Paul Thomas Anderson-directed video for ‘The Numbers‘.
-This is a really interesting take on why critics raved about Birth of a Nation at Sundance, and have since fallen out of love with it. I can certainly relate to the first point about the festival haze; I’ve gotten totally swept up in movies at TIFF and Cannes, only to watch them months later and wonder what I was thinking.
-This is a bummer: Chrissy Teigen has set her awesome Twitter account to private, saying “My body and mind cannot handle it anymore”
-I got up at the buttcrack of dawn today to go to a Gilmore Girls-themed Luke’s Diner (spoiler alert: there was still a line). The pop up was to celebrate the 16th anniversary of the show. They also released this adorable featurette in which the cast reflects on their fondest memories.
–Jordan Peele of Key & Peele fame made a horror movie. Here’s the trailer for Get Out. It’s incredibly creepy.
–Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard’s spy romance gets dangerous in new the Allied trailer.