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November 2, 2016

Emma Watson & Dan Stevens are Beauty and the Beast on EW


-I don’t know why these photos of Beauty and the Beast have me simultaneously excited and worried, but that’s where I’m at.

-Speaking of Emma Watson, she’s hiding feminist literature in the London tube, which is pretty boss.

-The thing I hate about all the noise surrounding Lindsay Lohan‘s weird new accent is that she spends 3+ minutes talking about her recent visit with Syrian refugees in southeast Turkey, but all anyone is saying is “she talks funny!”

-It’s actually happening! Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were reportedly spotted together at a Halloween party in Toronto.

Val Kilmer is calling BS on Michael Douglas‘ comments that he has cancer. (“I love Michael Douglas but he is misinformed. The last time I spoke to him was almost two years ago.”)

Leah Remini urges everyone to “wake up” in the first trailer for her Scientology docuseries.

-Expect Atlanta to be on all the ‘best TV of 2016’ lists this year. That was a near-perfect first season.

Jake Gyllenhaal doesn’t mind riding the subway, even though everyone mistakes him for Aaron Rodgers.

-Networks are pulling their new episodes tonight and running repeats because of the World Series. (Except for the CW ’cause they’re all “Ratings? What are those?!”)

-Also new tonight is the Country Music Awards, which will open with Beyonce! I don’t understand how that works but I am not complaining.

-In a new essay, Mila Kunis says she was once told she’d “never work in this town again” after refusing to pose semi-nude for the cover of a men’s magazine. Spoiler alert: she kept working just fine.

-UnREAL will have a woman suitor in Season 3 to “shake up the show.” How about shaking up the show with decent writing instead?

James Corden and Zooey Deschanel paid tribute to Lionel Richie’s “Endless Love” by singing “Endless Glove.” It was weird.

-This is worth a DVR set: Lupita Nyong’o is doing an Enrique Iglesias song on this week’s Lip Sync Battle.

-How did Viola Davis get away with submitting herself in Oscar’s supporting actress category for Fences?

Katie Holmes struggles to make a better life for her daughter in the All We Had trailer.