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October 30, 2020

Scarlett Johansson and Florence Pugh Talk “Sisterly Bonding”

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-Black Widow may be delayed indefinitely, but Scarlett Johansson and Florence Pugh still made the new issue of Marie Claire. Pugh recalls team building trust exercises they did when they first met, including guiding each other while blindfolded. “I think maybe the tiredness did add to my not being so self-aware and just, I suppose, allowing myself to start taking the piss out of Scarlett from day one, which was great. And then from that point onward, we kind of did it to each other.”

Kanye West gifted Kim Kardashian with a hologram of her dead father, and everyone is freaked out.

Common unfollowed Tiffany Haddish on Instagram, but has since re-followed her. Whew! This is the one quarantine relationship I need to stick.

Octavia Spencer told her Keanu Reeves story on the Graham Norton Show, just in case you need to love him more.

-It’s been such a crazy day that I didn’t get to listen to Ariana Grande‘s new album yet. The reviews are generally good though, even if there’s no bangers.

Taylor Swift allowed one of her songs to be used in a political ad for the first time ever.

Jodie Turner-Smith will star as Anne Boleyn in a three-part psychological drama for U.K. broadcaster Channel 5. God, I hope we get it here.

Awkwafina and Sandra Oh are set to play sisters who try to fix their relationship by going on a gameshow together on an upcoming Netflix comedy​.

-Speaking of intriguing premises, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend creator and star Rachel Bloom is set to write a movie about two BFFs who follow N-Sync around on their last world tour.

-I’m fascinated whenever I stumble across old David Bowie interviews. How did he know?!

-I had insomnia last night so I was scrolling through Twitter and all the people who stayed up until 4am to watch the season premiere of The Mandalorian couldn’t stop talking about Timothy Olyphant’s hair.

David and Victoria Beckham have reportedly signed a Netflix deal for a peek into their lives.

-So this guy pretended that Robert Pattinson directed his music video just to get people to watch it? Random.

-The trailer for Michael Bay‘s covid-inspired Songbird takes place in 2024 where the current virus has mutated into COVID-23 and 50% of people infected die while the rest are forced into stringent lockdown camps. I can’t imagine a movie I’d want to watch less right now.