–Timothée Chalamet and Saoirse Ronan are on the cover of EW’s November issue and every photo in this spread is so beautiful that I want it tattooed to the inside of my eyelids.
-There’s also a good new Vulture feature on Chalamet, in which he talks about being an Oscar-nominated leading man, a social-media phenomenon, and, most surprisingly, a fashion icon.
-I go away for a few days and Jennifer Aniston joins Instagram? Rude.
-Speaking of news I missed, the idea of Mandy Moore reliving her ’90s popstar days in a new ABC series is *chef’s kiss*
-I loved her on Jane the Virgin but seriously, how many times is Gina Rodriguez going to screw up with the Black community? (Here’s the now-deleted video.) And at what point are celebrities going to realize that saying “I’m sorry if I offended you” doesn’t actually qualify as an apology?!
-Ah crap. Nicole Cliffe (who is usually pretty reliable) is tweeting about how she’s heard lots of not great stories about Jeff Goldblum‘s interactions with women. Universe, can we not have *one* unproblematic fave?!?
-Speaking of men who do not have a good reputation, FX has fired The Mayans showrunner Kurt Sutter for being an “abrasive dick“. According to THR, multiple complaints were made about his behavior on the set of the series.
–Robert Pattinson can’t stop talking about his masturbation scene in The Lighthouse. I’ll allow it.
-This is an incredibly good interview with Ronan Farrow, in which he talks about NBC’s response to his book, how his sister Dylan serves as his conscience, and his engagement to Jon Lovett.
–Carrie Preston shared the wrap gift she once got from Julia Roberts and it’s kind of lovely.
–Ryan Reynolds revealed that he and Blake Lively had another girl in a tweet encouraging Canadians to vote.
-As if news of a Clueless reboot wasn’t upsetting enough, the description of it is insufferable.
-This is a great story about how a tweet got Ellen Page’s documentary into TIFF with just a month to spare.
-I’m really surprised that Taylor Swift hadn’t done a Tiny Desk Concert before now.
-When it comes to Fall TV’s broadcast debuts, Prodigal Son, Stumptown and The Unicorn are getting solid ratings, but it doesn’t look good for the other new shows, so I hope you haven’t been getting attached to Evil, Emergence, All Rise, Bluff City Law, Almost Family, Perfect Harmony or Sunnyside.
–Freddie Prinze Jr.‘s f-bomby Star Wars rant is kind of delightful (and surprisingly educational).
-Speaking of new shows, Paul Rudd‘s Netflix series Living With Yourself is getting good but not great reviews.
-Here’s a new trailer for A Marriage Story, starring Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson and hitting Netflix on Dec. 6.