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November 2, 2017

Channing Tatum Dances Into Jimmy Kimmel’s Job

Channing Tatum filled in for Jimmy Kimmel last night and he did a huge dance number for his monologue. That man is a gift.

-He also told his daughter that he ate all of her Halloween candy, and it didn’t go well. (Kimmel’s daughter, on the other hand, is the most understanding kid ever.)

Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez are officially back together, according to Us Weekly. Of course they are. If wearing your boyfriend’s sweaty jersey isn’t a sign of commitment, I don’t know what is.

-New York Times Film remembers reviewing James Toback’s directorial debut as a young critic. Then came the phone calls: ‘I’m going to f**king kill you.’

-More gross Kevin Spacey stories are emerging. Meanwhile, he’s been seeking “evaluation and treatment” since the allegations came out.

-Well this is a strange tactic. Brett Ratner is suing one of his accusers for libel.

-Despite ‘overwhelming’ evidence against actor That 70s Show actor Danny Masterson, the investigation into multiple allegations of rape has inexplicably stalled, reports the Huffington Post.

-TV writer and producer Wendy Riss Gatsiounis is the second woman to accuse Dustin Hoffman of prior misconduct.

Alec Baldwin admits he’s “bullied women” and treated them “in a very sexist way” in the past and is now calling for a change in Hollywood. Anyone else think this feels like an attempt to get ahead of something?

-I liked this article on how we probably should re-evaluate our thoughts on Megan Fox given the environment she got famous in.

Nick Offerman‘s answer at the end of the article about being a “man’s man” is all kinds of perfect: “I went to theatre school. I took two semesters of ballet. I’m the sissy in my family. I cry with pretty great regularity. It’s not entirely accurate to equate me with manliness… A lot of people think it requires behavior that can quickly veer into misogyny and things I consider indecent.”

Mindy Kaling is turning Four Weddings and a Funeral into an anthology series for Hulu.

-I kind of love when TV stars make up head canons for their characters.

-Stranger Things’ David Harbour is a national goddamn treasure.

Millie Bobbie Brown‘s rap recap of the show makes her a treasure, too.

-Everyone assumed that Jason Momoa and Lisa Bonet have been married for years, but they actually just got hitched last month.

-A new study finds that AMC, CBS, CW have a “black problem” in their writers rooms. I thought this quote from the only black writer in a room about how you’re too outnumbered to speak up without the others getting defensive was a good argument against tokenism: “The worst thing in the world is making your boss feel like a racist…and most of these people are liberals.”

-I’m still watching Riverdale and I literally can’t tell if I love it or think it’s trash. If nothing else, it sure got weird.

-I’m pretty sure Murder on the Orient Express is going to get crushed going up against Thor and Bad Moms 2, but man the cast brought it for the film premiere.

-The new Star Wars: The Last Jedi trailer is the darkest one yet.