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November 17, 2017

Gal Gadot Charms in GQ

Gal Gadot GQ Cover

-Have you read Gal Gadot’s GQ profile yet? I wanted to save it until I had time, because it’s a Caity Weaver article and those deserve to be savoured. This one did not disappoint.  From Gal bringing Caity an egg salad sandwich to reluctantly teaching her how to fight, I was thoroughly charmed by all of it.

-Holy moly, Justice League might not even break $100M this weekend. Just a few days ago it was tracking at $110M.

Serena Williams and Alexis Ohanian were married in New Orleans yesterday and guests included Kim Kardashian, Beyoncé, Tina Knowles, Kelly Rowland, La La Anthony, Colton Haynes, and Anna Wintour. The ceremony sounded amazing. Beauty and the Beast theme! Reception tables named for her Grand Slam titles! Tennis trophies party favors! New Edition performances!

Jay-Z wrote a NYT op-ed about Meek Mill and the flaws in the criminal justice system. I don’t know why his sentencing didn’t make more waves this week. It’s clearly over the top and there is something shady going on with that judge.

-SNL’s Bill Hader and his wife Maggie Carey have filed for divorce after 11 years of marriage.

-Speaking of splits, Jennifer Hudson ended her relationship of 10 years — and received a protective order against him.

Another woman on the Transparent set has accused Jeffrey Tambor of sexual harassment. Besides his future on Transparent, I wonder if this is going to affect the new season of Arrested Development.

-Go hug you mom; Nashville has been cancelled (again).

-A second grader took on Lin-Manuel Miranda in Hamilton and founding fathers trivia.

-The only thing I thought about when reading this story of how fashion editors mocked the what Vanity Fair’s new editor-in-chief, Radhika Jones, wore on her first day was “where do *I* find tights with foxes on them?!?” Look at them — they’re spectacular!

Stephen Colbert pressed Ben Affleck on Hollywood harassment. And yet, no one will ask him about his own brother…

-Mad Men producer Marti Noxon (who also worked on Buffy and UnREAL) cane forward to back writer Kater Gordon‘s sexual harassment claims against Matthew Weiner, calling him an “emotional terrorist“.

Greg Berlanti reportedly met with CW casts and crews this week amid the Andrew Kreisberg harassment claims. How. Is. He. Not. Fired. Yet.

-This is a good review of Better Things and the struggle to acknowledge that it had its best season yet — with Louis C.K.’s involvement.

Aubrey Plaza, Judy Greer and more make their Easy debut in the new season 2 trailer.